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! :)
Let’s do a speedcuffs race! I love speedcuffs because they are British, like ME!! LOL! Anahí is not British, she’s from Mexico, so I should be at an advantage. We are going to try who can escape the fastest in various positions:
First, a simple one: hands in front. No worries there. Then arms stacked behind the back. A little harder, but not really, because if you stick your hands in rigid cuffs in this position, one of the keyholes will always be facing your hand. And finally, hands in front, keyholes facing away from the hands! Of course I win all of these races, or at least I would have if Anahí hadn’t stolen my key at the end (and left me alone, locked in tight speedcuffs… AGAIN!).