This is a combination of standard model 5226 handcuffs and model 5250 oversized cuffs, connected by a 100 cm (39.4") chain.
This one is a combination of standard model 5226 handcuffs and model 5270 leg-irons, connected by a 100 cm (39.4") chain.
American Handcuff Company L200
American Handcuff Co. called the L200 their 'H-style' chain. It consists of a bellychain with separated handcuffs (standard model N105), connected by a 100 cm (40") chain to a pair of standard L100 leg-irons. This set needs a padlock to secure the waistchain.
American Handcuff Company L300
This 'auto-restraint' is a combination set of standard N105 handcuffs, connected to short linkage leg-irons (model N200) by a 50 cm (20") chain. It is designed for transportation of a prisoner in a car.
American Handcuff Company L325
The L325 is a 60cm (23.6") chain, used as a connector between handcuffs and leg-irons. The links at each end of the chain accept most current handcuffs and leg-irons.
American Handcuff Company L501
The L501 is a 135cm (54") waistchain with a link to accept handcuffs at one end and a clip to secure the chain at the other.
This 'transport kit' consists of a belly chain with a special lock and a model 600 rigid handcuff.
This version of the 'transport' kit uses a nylon belt instead of the metal chain of the previous model..
This 'transport kit plus' consists of a model 600 rigid cuff, a model 700 legiron and a long connecting chain with two locks. It is rather expensive but at least it comes in a nice case.
BOA Handcuff Company CM
This device works as the regular blue boxes but this one will fit high security handcuffs with BOA locks.
This combination is made out of a standard set of H&R style handcuffs, linked to leg irons with a 100 cm connecting chain. These leg irons don't use pin tumbler locks like their other models but open with an allen wrench.
This piece is made out of three single cuffs of the standard H&R copy pattern, attached to a single ring.
C&S 5th model
This is a security cover, designed to fit over a pair of chain link handcuffs, making them rigid handcuffs. The keyholes and double locking holes are covered so the cuffs need to be double locked before the cover is applied. This box is locked by the security link of a belly chain and/or a padlock.
This is a belly chain with X55 cuffs. The cuffs are made in Taiwan and the set is put together in the US.
This combination is designed for transportation of a prisoner in a car. It consists of model X55 stainless steel handcuffs attached to reduced link Model 2200 leg irons via a 20" chain.
This 180 cm (72") chain has a Martin link at one end and a clip at the other.
This is an 80 cm connector chain with 6 cm rings at both ends.
This 80 cm connector has twisted chain links and a 6 cm ring at both ends.
This 180 cm (72") chain has a large Martin link at one end and a clip at the other.
CTS Thompson 7084
This is a security cover, designed to fit over a pair of chain link handcuffs, making them rigid handcuffs. There are slots to activate the double lock on the cuffs. This box is locked by the security link of a belly chain and/or a padlock.
This is a pair of standard model 2010 handcuffs, attached to a 140 cm (55") lead chain.
This belly chain has a model 2003 cuff attached at each side of the body.
This is Hiatt's standard belly chain. Most handcuffs can be treaded through the link and the chain can then be secured out of reach of the prisoner by a padlock.
This connector chain is meant to be slipped over a pair of handcuffs at one side and a pair of leg-irons on the other. It can of course also be used to connect prisoners to each other.
This plastic handcuff cover is also called a 'blue box'. It is closed by a metal clip and can then be locked by a padlock or a belly chain. A simple version for hinged handcuffs is also made (see next entry).
This is Hiatt's 'blue box 2' which turns a pair of hinged handcuffs into a rigid set. It can be padlocked or secured by a belly chain.
K.U.B. Industries KB-213
This is a combination of the KB-912 collar and KB-916 handcuffs. They are connected by a 20 cm chain.
K.U.B. Industries KB-215
This is a combination of the KB-912 collar, KB-916 handcuffs and KB-918 legirons. They are connected by an 80 cm chain.
K.U.B. Industries KB-644
This is a 60cm (24") connector chain with small rings at each end.
K.U.B. Industries KB-655
This is a 152 cm (60") connector chain with small rings at each end.
K.U.B. Industries KB-815
This leather belt has two permanently attached model KB-916 cuffs. These cuffs are also connected by a chain running on the outside of the belt.
K.U.B. Industries KB-911
This collar has a 15 cm (5,9 ") diameter and can be closed by a bolt. It also has an additional hole to secure a padlock.
K.U.B. Industries KB-912
This darby collar is rather small with a 13,7 cm (5,4 ") diameter at the widest point. It uses a standard screw key to unlock the mechanism.
This belly chain has two separate standard handcuffs attached to it. It is made in Taiwan.
This is a single model 300 cuff on a 150 cm lead chain with a 8 cm ring at the other end.
This 'transport restraint' is made out of a standard set of 703 legirons, connected by a 32 inch chain to a model 700 pair of handcuffs (with extra links).
This belly chain has separated standard model 700 cuffs so the hands are secured at the side of the body.
This is a combination of a model 7002 belly chain and a set of model 703 legirons.
This is a 152 cm (60") bellychain with a Martin link at one end and a clip at the other.
This belt from Poland has PPST marked cuffs to keep the hands at the side of the body. The cuffs don't have a month on them (only marked 85 and PPST) but the belt is imprinted with 09.85 which could indicate the month of manufacturing.
Ralkem/Alfa Proj 9923
This is a single handcuff, attached to a 40 cm (15.5") chain. It has the new markings (Alfa Proj, made in Czech Republic).
Ralkem/Alfa Proj 9926
This leather belt has a rather special locking mechanisme. A horizontal ring has to be pushed through one of the slots in the belt after which the short chain has to be threaded through this ring. When the hands are then locked in the cuffs, the whole set is secured.
This is a 65 cm long connector chain. It is covered with blue fabric.
Sisco Restraint 75-M
This cover is made out of stainless steel. It can be used with a lot (but not all) standard handcuffs.
Smith & Wesson 810
This old style belly chain has a pair of nickel plated model 90 handcuffs attached on the front. It locks by securing a padlock on the back of the prisoner.
Smith & Wesson 820
This is a standard set of model 90 handcuffs, connected to a 160 cm long leadchain which has a 9 cm ring at the end.
Smith & Wesson 1800
This belly chain has a separated model 100 handcuff on each side of the body. It locks by securing a padlock on the back of the prisoner.
Smith & Wesson 1840
This 60" belly chain locks by using a padlock and threading a pair of handcuffs through the large link.
Smith & Wesson 1850
This combination consists of model 1 handcuffs and model 1900 leg irons, connected by a 80 cm (31.5") connector chain.
These are 5 single handcuffs on a long chain. The cuffs are 48 cm apart and an extra plain chain also came with this set which came from Russia.
Victor Works VW-2005-2
This is a collar in the style of the Hiatts 124 'flexible' reproduction of darby style cuffs.
Victor Works VW-6010
This is a 90 cm connector chain with rather small links at each end.
VoPo Model 1
This is a single handcuff from the former DDR with a T-shaped handle.
This set from Turkey consists of a pair of standard handcuffs, connected by a 75 cm chain to a standard set of legirons.
This set consists of two pairs of the Y-001 model, connected by a 71 cm (28 inch) chain.