HOW TO USE IT VIDEO

HOW TO USE IT

 
 

In the Car

Cuff one carabiner to the passenger headrest post.

Cuff the second carabiner to the strap of your bag.

 
 

On a Shopping Cart

Cuff one carabiner to the frame of the shopping cart.

Cuff the second carabiner to the strap of your bag.

 
 

With Luggage

Cuff one carabiner to a piece of luggage.

Cuff the second carabiner to the strap of your purse or tote.

 
 

On a Stroller

Place your bag in the basket under the stroller.

Cuff one carabiner to the lower basket frame of the stroller.

Cuff the second carabiner to the strap of your bag.

 
 

With a Pet Carrier

Cuff one carabiner to the passenger headrest post.

Cuff one carabiner to the handle of your pet carrier to minimize car distraction.

 
 

On a Fence

Cuff one carabiner to the fence.

Cuff the second carabiner to the strap of your bag or racket case.

 
 

To a Bike Basket

Cuff one carabiner to the handle of your bag.

Cuff the second carabiner to the frame of your bicycle basket.

 
 

In a Café

Cuff one carabiner to the frame of your chair or table leg.

Cuff the second carabiner to the strap of your bag.

 
 

As a Handle

Cuff each carabiner to one or more shopping bag handles, using care to weight-balance your packages.

Place your hand around the pouch body and use as a handle or rest on your arm.

 
 

With Takeout Bags

Cuff one carabiner to the passenger headrest post.

Cuff the second carabiner to the handle of takeout bags.

Note: Photo shows Handbag Handcuff pivoted on post to display bags on the back of the passenger seat.

 
 

Hook Up Toys

Cuff one carabiner to the passenger headrest post.

Thread the auxiliary strap through the handles of your child’s toys, lunchboxes, backpacks and more for their easy access.

USING THE AUXILIARY STRAP

The handy auxiliary strap gives you even more options to connect multiple bags, bulky frames, and thick-handled bags. Each carabiner has a clearance of 16mm (just over 5/8") which should fit around most straps, headrest posts and shopping-cart frames. However, if you should encounter a thick-handled bag or bulky frame, don't force the carabiner to open beyond its tolerance. The auxiliary strap is designed for this very purpose:

MULTIPLE BAGS

Cuff one carabiner to a post or frame. Open the pouch and unfold the auxiliary strap.

Rotate the auxiliary strap on its rivet towards the second carabiner and thread the strap through the handles of multiple bags.

Slide the D-ring located on the end of the auxiliary strap onto the tip of the second carabiner and snap the carabiner closed.

THICK-HANDLED BAGS

Open the pouch and unfold the auxiliary strap.

Rotate the auxiliary strap on its rivet towards the bottom carabiner and thread the strap through the handle of your briefcase, portfolio or other thick-handled bag.

Slide the D-ring located on the end of the auxiliary strap onto the tip of the carabiner and snap the carabiner closed. Cuff the second carabiner to a post or frame.

BULKY FRAMES

Open the pouch and unfold the auxiliary strap.

Rotate the auxiliary strap on its rivet towards the bottom carabiner and thread the strap through the wide arm of a chair or a golf-cart chassis.

Slide the D-ring located on the end of the auxiliary strap onto the tip of the carabiner and snap the carabiner closed. Cuff the second carabiner to your bag’s strap.

 

SAFETY INFORMATION

For your safety, Handbag Handcuff®; should be used only with bags of modest weight, such as the weight of a typical woman's purse, to tether the bag to a fixed object. Of course, the heavier the bag and the greater the force applied to Handbag Handcuff®; or to any object to which it is fastened, the higher the likelihood that Handbag Handcuff® or the fixed object will not hold the bag in place. Handbag Handcuff® must never be used to tether a person or animal or for climbing or other recreational activities, and should not be used by children. Before each use, the fastening mechanism should be checked to make certain it is functioning properly, and the portion of the strap to which the carabiner is attached should likewise be inspected for its integrity. For your safety prior to use, please consult your automobile's owners manual for safety issues. Please promptly report any malfunctions to info@handbaghandcuff.com

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CONNECTING THE CARABINERS TO EACH OTHER

Loop your bag strap over the pouch. Gently fold the pouch around the frame or post.

Cuff the carabiners together.