GTFO Escape Bracelet 2.0

GTFO Escape Bracelet 2.0


The GTFO Escape Bracelet facilitates emergency egress from a vehicle. It’s a discreet, wearable escape tool capable of instantly destroying tempered glass.

This updated 2.0 version integrates the advanced new Ballistic-Striker-Bead®. This premium bead has no sharp or rough edges, is resistant to oxidation, and is polished for a smooth finish. The hardness of the Ballistic-Striker-Bead® (Hv30 1750) exceeds even the core hardness of armor-piercing ammunition! You only need a tiny amount (1.2g) to deliver sufficient impact to destroy tempered glass on the first strike.

To deploy, loop it around your thumb and first finger and then position the bead against the vehicle’s side or rear window. With your other hand, grasp the bead and pull it straight back as far as you can, turn your head away, and then release the bead. (Watch the video.)

The bracelet design features an adjustment system which allows for a custom fit.

The GTFO Escape Bracelet 2.0 is designed to securely hold the advanced Handcuff Escape Key, while allowing for the key’s instant attachment and removal.

Color black. Weight 0.07 oz. Made in United Kingdom (don’t settle for cheap knock-offs from China).

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SKU #: GTFO       GTFO Escape Bracelet 2.0

Regular price $9.75 Save $-9.75

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