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It’s time to show you something soft! In most hospitals, handcuffs and leg irons are sadly not allowed. But what if the patient keeps trying to kill himself? Or if she attacks the medical staff? Well, then they are restrained with soft and cute restraints called Segufix. At least, that’s what I’ve heard. I have managed to get a pair of Segufix wrist cuffs, and today I will show you and Anahí how they work!
These cuffs are really soft, they have velcro closure to make them really tight around the wrist and then they are locked by a pin and a mysterious black cap. Once the cap is on, it is impossible to remove it. Unless you have a special (secret) red magnetic tool! How cool is that!? Well, you can judge for yourself by watching this week’s webcam video! :)

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  • Andrew Canary: How did it feel to be handcuff 72 hours and did it leave any red marks on ur wirst and ankles
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  • PP: Yeah, those long rigid handcuffs might keep you from reaching the keyholes, but the Irish-8s usually do the same thing and they keep the wrists much closer together.
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