Model 703 - Leg Iron - Nickel Finish
The Model 703 Leg Iron features all steel construction, spun rivets and a rust resistant nickel finish. It is made to meet or exceed the National Institute of Justice standards for workmanship, mechanical strength, tamper resistance and corrosion resistance. The 15" chain effectively limits range of motion. Lifetime warranty for manufacture defects and two keys supplied. Made in USA.
- Weight: 15 oz. / 425 gms.
- Material/Finish: Carbon Steel/Nickel.
- Minimum opening: 2.75 inches / 70 mm.
- Minimum inside perimeter: 7.5 inches / 191 mm.
- Maximum inside perimeter: 10 inches / 254 mm.
- Maximum overall length: 26 inches / 660 mm.
Peerless - Setting the Standard Since 1914
Peerlesså¨ Handcuff Company was established in 1914 in Springfield, Massachusetts. Over ninety years later, the classic swing through design of the original Peerlesså¨ handcuff, continues to be the industry standard. Peerless offers a full line of restraints including chain link handcuffs, hinged handcuffs, oversize handcuffs, leg irons, waist chains and color plated restraints. All of our products are designed to meet and exceed the tough U.S. National Institute of Justice standards for strength and quality. All Peerless products are backed by a lifetime warranty for manufacture defects.
Proper Maintenance per Peerless
Use only approved restraining procedures such as the guidelines in our handcuff manual. Frequent review and practice of proper procedures will increase your safety and efficiency. Approved procedures will also help to ensure your restraints continue to function properly. While Peerlesså¨ restraints are designed and manufactured to take abuse avoid dropping onto or banging against hard surfaces. Restraints should receive regular care and maintenance. Inspect them frequently. Keep the ratchet and key hole free of dirt, lint or other foreign substances which may hinder proper functioning. When unlocking your restraint be careful not to torque the key guide post. This will loosen the post causing it to fall out. Also, be careful not to over rotate the key causing the key flag to break off or become stuck in the locking mechanism. Use extra caution when using oversize keys. When possible carry your restraints in a protective case to reduce exposure to outside elements. If exposed to moisture dry thoroughly. Most importantly, dry the inside locking mechanisms.
Warranty with Peerless
Peerlesså¨ Handcuff Company hereby warrants that any restraints manufactured after January 1, 1996 is free of manufacture defects.
In case of manufacture defect, Peerlesså¨ Handcuff Company agrees to repair or replace a defective restraint when it is returned to our Springfield, Massachusetts, U.S.A. address. This warranty does not cover damage caused by abuse or ordinary wear and tear of the handcuff, nor any damages whatsoever which may be incurred by reason of any failure to carefully comply with directions as outlined in the manufacturer's instructions.
Stamping or etching of identification markings on any part of the restraint after they have left the factory is not recommended and may cause malfunction of product and void warranty.
Peerless Repair ServicePlease send any restraints in need of repair to the following address with a short note describing the problem along with a return street address, contact name and daytime phone number.
95 State Street
Springfield, MA 01103
Make sure to securely seal the returns in an envelope or box. Loose cuffs in a poorly sealed package or envelope can result in lost product during delivery. For more information concerning warranty or repair service please contact us at 800-732-3705.