Today’s Patent- Police Handcuff
We know for police officers handcuff works as a tool to arrest offenders. It is surprising to see that such a petty thing has come across many changes, starting from 28th November, 1882 when Edward Davis Bean of Chelsea, came up with certain useful improvements in Police handcuff. For which he got Patent protection with Patent No. US268171A in USPTO.
His invention comes with the special feature of having a lock in the handcuff that contains adjustable stop which can be controlled by a readily-accessible thumb-knob. It reduces the previous drawbacks of the handcuff, by the use of which Police Officers face difficulties at the time of locking or unlocking the handcuff, as such the offenders get time to escape from the control of the office.
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