FURY Tactical SDK (Self Defense Keychain) with Pressure Tip
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- Designed in the USA, with inspiration from the Fury sdk; the top selling force multiplier on the market
- Handcrafted from lightweight aircraft aluminum making the ideal self defense keychain sdk
- Finger grooves for better Control and grip and includes keychain loop
- Measures 5 -inches and only weighs 1 ounces will not add stress to your keychain
- The Fury sdk and sdk 2 are often poorly copied so always look for the engraved Fury logo to insure a genuine product; Do not purchase Chinese copies
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Lightweight Aluminum Construction
Overall Length: 5.75"
Weight: 3 oz
Top Customer Reviews
This item has a number of positive aspects: it is non-lethal (or less-lethal), portable, light, discreet, can be used in close-quarters, and is one of the least expensive defensive tools you can buy. This tool is highly effective at channeling the force of a blow into an attacker's body through the weapon's tip, causing pain and, if used correctly, shock or disorientation. It is inferior to mace in that it lacks range and requires more precision, but unlike mace, this product will neither expire nor run out.
However, the edge of this weapon is (appropriately) blunt; I would not consider it lethal unless in the hands of someone who knows how to use it well. Once gripped, the edge offers about 1.75" (around 4.5cm) of protrusion from your closed fist, which does not afford much in the way of reach. As previously stated, a slightly more expensive can of mace would offer similar portability and more reach while requiring far less precision. Further, as previously mentioned, this item is lightweight, offering little in the way of added momentum to any blow one might strike with it, requiring the wielder to supply all of the weapon's force.
When attacked, people have a tendency to panic and lose fine motor control. In a desperate struggle with a physically superior attacker, unless blows are landed with outstanding precision, this item will yield little in the way of protection. In order to utilize this item effectively, you need to be composed and accurate under stress and know where to strike your foe in order to cause maximum damage.
My critique, then, is that it takes a lot more than just five dollars and a keychain to protect yourself with this weapon.Read more ›
Be careful of the seller you buy this from. The first one I bought was good and as described. I decided to buy a second one in red and it was not as described. It was smaller then the other one I have and it had no FURY branding. It's obviously a knock off.
This one is not for my hands, which need something a little thicker to grip and thrust with, but my wife prefers hers (this one) to my standard flat end Kubotan. This one does look more stylish and cruel if your looking for shock value. Some of my coworkers friends have commented on the devious phallic shape (shows what kind of friends they are).
If your looking for something light in your pocket/purse but still effective on pain if not more so, this is a good choice. Though thinner, it won't slip your grip on slams because of the finger grooves. It's not going to load the average man's fist though for the same reason. When I make a fist around it, I can hardly feel the difference compared to not holding it.
My wife and I have tried some hold escapes with it, all on me, and it is effectively painful. Doesn't take much for that point to make an impression. You can get pointier Kubotans but then you can also put an icepick on your key ring. This won't break skin but it'll probably go just as deep.
Wish it was cheaper but still a great buy.
There is a lot to like about this particular yawara stick. 1. It is a solid metal short baton, which makes it quite durable. 2. The finger grooves makes it fit in your hand tightly. 3. The pointed end is very effective to use for strikes. 4. This short stick is effective to use as a control tool. I always try to test any weapon I own and I found this model was very durable even when striking other metal and cement objects.
I do have one warning. If you intend to use this as a key holder, do not carry it with you on an airplane or take it to courtwith you. It may be considered a weapon. One look at this key chain holder and it is clear that it can also be used as self-defense weapon. This is why I also carry a plastic key like device for my keys rather than a traditional Kubaton or yawara stick.
In conclusion, if you are seeking a simple and effective self-defense tool that is reasonably priced, strong and durable you may want to order the Fury tactical key chain.
Rating: 5 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale Author: Persuader Defense Systems Official Manual)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a simple self defense tool. I feel safer having it on my key-chain and it doesn't look too obviously like a weapon. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Melody
This is heavy duty and could definitely inflict injury on someone if hit hard enough. I feel better about having it on my keychain but am slightly disappointed that the blue paint... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Natalie S. Roberts
Really light, I feel I could protect myself with a lot more of an edge than just trying to poke an attacker in the eye with my car keys...Published 11 days ago by Tom Allen
People are saying it's bulky and heavy. It's got some weight to it, but it's definitely not incredibly bulky. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Albert Lee
Lightweight. I slide it behind my waistband and it becomes a key holder, much like a carebiner on a belt loop.Published 16 days ago by Paul
Bought for my wife kids and myself. Hope to never have to use but if so I think alot safer than a knife or even mace.Published 20 days ago by Joe Fontana