Nickel Escape Saw
The Nickel Escape Saw is a covert high efficiency miniaturized saw developed for escape & evasion applications. It utilizes the cutting edge technology of Escape Wire™, which is capable of cutting any material which is less hard than diamonds.
It is the ultimate in miniaturization and covertness, designed to remain “hidden in plain sight” - it's concealed inside a nickel! It's actually a set of 2 nickels - one contains the blade secreted inside and both become the saw’s handles. Watch the video below for deployment instructions.
The Nickel Escape Saw easily cuts through zip-ties, rope, wood, and plastic. It can also cut the hardest of materials such as the case hardened shackle of a padlock, all it takes is persistence and replacement blades.
Includes one complete saw and one replacement blade; replacement blades are also available separately. Weight: 0.29 oz. Blade length: 26”. Blade diameter: 0.09”. Made in USA.
Nickel Escape Saw SKU #: NES
Replacement Blades (pack of 3) SKU #: RBN
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