What would you recommend be in anyone's BDSM escape kit?

phoenixfire phoenixfire
Just in case of emergency, you know. I have read about escape kits BDSM couples keep by the bed, and I think they are an excellent idea. This is my major kink. I need to get my kit started before I go much further.

So, what are those things that every good safety kit should have? Where are the best places to purchase them? Walmart? Home Depot? Do tell!
12/18/2012
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MissMori MissMori
EMT shears leap to mind. They are curved and blunt-ended, unlike scissors, so it's easier and safer to get someone who is struggling/injured/pas sed out/having their circulation cut off out of bondage.
Also unlike scissors, they can cut through just about anything (leather, rope, etc.)
I got a pair off Amazon for pretty cheap and keep them handy by the bed. Sir has two or three pairs that go into travel bags for when we're out at events.
12/18/2012
RavenInChains RavenInChains
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Originally posted by phoenixfire
Just in case of emergency, you know. I have read about escape kits BDSM couples keep by the bed, and I think they are an excellent idea. This is my major kink. I need to get my kit started before I go much further.

So, what are those things ... More
The sheers are a great idea. I also suggest keeping an extra handcuff key in a safe location near your play area. You never know when your main copy of such a tiny key is going to get lost. Find a safe place for an extra and keep it there.

Keep a decent first aid kit nearby as well. Cuts, sprains, etc can and do happen. Keep bandages and hot/cold packs in your first aid kit. Medical tape, benadryl (a just in case for allergic reactions to lubes or chemicals as well as a back up in case of asthma attacks if the person doesn't have an inhaler handy). All of you good emergency first aid stuff.
12/18/2012
gsfanatic gsfanatic
EMT shears and a backup copy of your keys somewhere you're not likely to knock it off a table. First aid kit and blankets can be a good idea (rope bondage can leave people feeling cold as circulation get restricted).
12/18/2012
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