ITS SPIE Kit
The SPIE™ (Special Purpose Insertion Extraction) Kit is our solution for the tools needed during an Escape and Evasion or a Home Invasion Scenario to escape from illegal restraint. This kit was not designed to thwart Law Enforcement or endanger those protecting our streets daily.
Escaping illegal restraint is heavily advocated here at ITS Tactical and as long as Zip Ties and Handcuffs can be purchased by anyone off-the-shelf from Army-Navy stores or a host of resources online, the average citizen needs to have access to these tools to escape potential illegal restraint.
Check out our new ITS SPIE Pouch™ that's perfect for storing these tools!
The ITS SPIE™ Kit includes:
- (1) FRS (Folding Saw)
- (1) Diamond Wire
- (1) Handcuff Shim
- (1) Quick Stick
- (1) EZ Decoder
- (2) ITS Polymer Keys
- (1) Ceramic Tool
- (6) Feet of 188 lb. Test Cordage made with Kevlar®
- (6) Feet of Stainless-Steel Coated Leader Wire
- (1) Button Compass – Grade AA
Please check out the video below for a brief overview of these tools and their applications. For more information surrounding escaping illegal restraint, please view our Lock Picking Articles on ITS Tactical.
Please Note: This item is ineligible for discounts.
Please Note: ITS Polymer Keys are strong enough to open some, but not all restraints. These are also emergency-use keys and while durable, may not hold up to the repeated abuse of daily operation.
The DuPont™ and Kevlar® are trademarks or registered trademarks of E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company.
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I’m sure it’s fine.
I haven’t checked it out yet because I’m an otr truck driver and haven’t gone home yet. I’m wondering though how I’m supposed to claim the 15% off of orders by being a member. I have paid for it but can’t find the code to use when I make my next order.
Great lightweight EDC
I saw the spie kit and EDC carrier for the kit. Some fantastic, lightweight EDC tools in a low profile carrier. All items appear to be well made, and noting seemed to be like a toss away tool. This was reviewed on Survival Dispatch, and now is part of my normal EDC. Great job, ITS!