Monthly Archives: November 2009

Behind the back!

   

Okay, okay, okay!! You emailed and commented a lot about last week’s rollerblading update! You want to see me cuffed behind my back. No problem, in this update I lock myself in ankle cuffs and handcuff myself behind my back. Then I go for a walk in the beautiful Dutch landscape :) I also show you that I can unlock the handcuffs behind my back… skillz!!

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4:16 minutes, 1280×720 WMV, 128MB



Rollerblading in S&W 100

   

I cuffed myself with my S&W 100 handcuffs and went rollerblading! It takes some practise keeping your balance in handcuffs, but I am getting quite good at it. Unfortunately, it started to rain (and storm), but I did get some nice pictures and video for you! Do you have a more difficult challenge for me? Please comment below :-)

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3:39 minutes, 1280×720 WMV, 111MB



Video diary: Cake thumbcuffs

I plan on posting regular video diaries to show you my collection of handcuffs. I will start with my cute little Cake handcuffs! These cuffs are for your thumbs, not for your hands (duh). I will show putting them on and getting them off again (not as easy as it sounds). And I will tell you some information about these specific ones. Check out the free preview on YouTube (as long as it lasts) and please comment below!

1:46 minutes, 1280×720 WMV, 53MB




Escaping the Hiatts 2050 hinged handcuffs

   

Today I will show you how I can escape my Hiatts 2050 handcuffs when I accidentally *grin* put them on with the keyholes facing away from my hands. A useful skill, especially when there is no one there to help you. In the video clip, I will also show you how I escape from these cuffs with my hands cuffed behind my back.
There’s a picture set and a huge HD video clip! I hope you will like them! Please post your comments below!

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7:24 minutes, 1280×720 WMV, 223MB



Update tomorrow!

Tomorrow, I will post the first update that I have prepared for you! There seems to be a lot of interest from people all over the world, and I am excited to see what you will think about my update! Please don’t hesitate to email me suggestions and new ideas for this blog!