TWO Unpickable (?) Locks for Lock Picking Lawyer!

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Approximately 999,999,998 people have asked me to send my unpickable lock to the Lock Picking Lawyer. I decided to do you one better - I'm sending the Lock Picking Lawyer TWO unpickable locks with different designs. It will be interesting to see if he can pick them, if so, we'll fix those issues to make them even stronger.

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Stuff Made Here
Stuff Made Here Yıl önce
This was a really neat project and working with LPL was really fun. Check out his video to see what he thinks: trvid.com/video/video-Ecy1FBdCRbQ.html Also, directors commentary about making my lock on stuff made here 2: trvid.com/video/video-8CWsA22H35Y.html
Drampa Dreg
Drampa Dreg 9 gün önce
And of course you did patent it before posting the design on TRvid, right?
Theo Staschik
Theo Staschik 3 aylar önce
do you have any plans to make a 3rd lock?
Tadiaki 5 aylar önce
Hey I have an insane idea :D What if you build an auto-lockpicker that is better than LPL ? AND then send him a lock that he (hopefully) cant pick, but even your auto-lockpicker can crush?
PENETREITOR 5 aylar önce
a year has passed :( we need V2
jj nix
jj nix 5 aylar önce
When's the next lpl lock making video?
jonathan siles
jonathan siles Yıl önce
Hope it lasts longer than a minute
Jim Smith
Jim Smith 4 gün önce
That's what my girlfriend says too
DanGwanCie 11 aylar önce
That's what she said
Dhar Mann Enthusiast
That’s what she said.
Jason Lewis
Jason Lewis Yıl önce
That's what my girl says
Twisted Code
Twisted Code 10 aylar önce
“The Engineering Process: where everything is made up and mistakes cost millions“ Me, a software engineer: hey, that’s not… actually no that’s pretty spot on! Carry on!
星野ミライ 2 aylar önce
Our repo's test server just crashed.... I guess time to merge this untested code that I pulled out of my bottom and surely nothing can go wrong.... amirite?
Chad Bahnline
Chad Bahnline 9 aylar önce
I know this is an older video now but i just love seeing 2 seemingly completely different channels having such a good relationship with each other. No bad talk, just 2 people having a good time while teaching others and learning themselves. Honestly if this lock ever does get officially released I'll buy it just because i want to show my support. TRvid already has so many people who badmouth the channel they are doing a collaboration with (some in good fun others not so much) that it's good to see these nice wholesome ones. While this comment may never be read i still feel the need to say this on the off chance it's seen.
Tyler Petrov
Tyler Petrov 8 gün önce
Jose bales
Jose bales 2 aylar önce
Dont worry, i read your comment.
Owen Hopkins
Owen Hopkins 6 aylar önce
This is a really neat and impressive design, however I had an idea that might make it even more un-pickable. It’s just a block of steel. No key hole. No moving parts. Just weld your front door shut.
libtard brains
libtard brains 2 aylar önce
Funny thing is after being a welder and cutting through thick steel on a regular basis you realize it would be easy to break into anything, well that or break a flimsy window instead.
yeetis sheets foot
yeetis sheets foot 5 aylar önce
@The Entirety of The LGBTQ™ cant pick open a door if its in space now can you
The Entirety of The LGBTQ™
@Adler. dot cant pick me if I'm 7503FT in the air
Adler. dot
Adler. dot 5 aylar önce
Take of the ceiling, to go out cover yourself in oil when raining
Postal268 11 aylar önce
These are the videos that introduced me to the lockpickinglawer and I've been watching LPL's videos ever since and have learned a lot. Came back to rewatch this after knowing more about LPL. When I first watched LPL's picking video I thought the locks were easy to pick but after knowing just how good LPL is I can see they weren't actually bad. I'd love to see V3 that addresses all the exploits and then see LPL take another go at it.
Stuff Made Here
Stuff Made Here Yıl önce
The wait is almost over! I get asked multiple times a day when this is going to happen so now you know! Tune in this Monday to see my brand new lock and what the Lock Picking Lawyer makes of 'em. Set a reminder to get a notification before it goes live!
Levana 4 aylar önce
The most nearly perfect lock would use some type of transistors / transmitters to unlock them. just like a car has. Or not? Idk 🤷‍♀️
DJ Romeo Cologne
DJ Romeo Cologne Yıl önce
@Emanuel De Lavallaz Didnt he also open a lock with chemicals and once he shoot one open with a 50mm? He dont play.
Michael Earl
Michael Earl Yıl önce
@Jo hn yeah, in principle this lock is actually a lot like the Bowley, but it uses a double core instead of wards so you get the same effect with a standard key. I wonder if you could simplify this mechanism with some kind of sidebar rather than the double-core.
Гарри Смит
Add link to this comment and pin it. People here are not that smart, always go directly to comment section.
_ Gladwrap
_ Gladwrap Yıl önce
Pin ur comment!!
Sweeping Time
Sweeping Time 11 aylar önce
I've been discovering a ton of engineering channels lately and the sheer craft of what everyone is doing is always nice to watch.
John Lewis
John Lewis 5 aylar önce
Videos like this reminds me of a show I used to watch called “How it’s Made” where they show how things are engineered from airplane parts to cookies.
Golf Boi
Golf Boi 7 aylar önce
Mega Triscuit
Mega Triscuit 8 aylar önce
i think the only possible way to make a lock unpickable is being able to remove the ability to apply tension to the core, such as a ball bearing system surrounding the core, making it a “floating core”, and the only way to disengage the ball bearings so you can unlock it is to set all of the pins at one time (key)
Skate Raptor 1
Skate Raptor 1 5 aylar önce
I think it would be interesting to do a final review of the finished product and see if it could be picked, and if not, discuss other possible weaknesses. It would be cool if you and LPL made a truly perfectly balanced lock
RaveyDaveyGravy 9 aylar önce
I couldn't believe how easy it was for LPL to pick simpler of the two locks. I would have thought that disconnect between the pin shearing and the rotation would have been enough.
ZerglingLover Aylar önce
@Sekai Yukki he may have with this one (I doubt it), but not others. In his videos, when he's sent a lock, it isn't opened before his video. Edit: to clarify, LPL most certainly did spend months testing the lock.
Sekai Yukki
Sekai Yukki 2 aylar önce
I think LPL does a lot more testing in the background before putting a video up
urmaker Yıl önce
The fact TLPL's video is next in recommended, and is 10-minutes long, gives me hope! Will find out when I am done here.
El Caponè: Holy Emperor of NJ
Just him talking mostly, lmao
Lee Chowning
Lee Chowning Yıl önce
@gvonk2 considering how often LPL destroys the smart security locks? Yes I would like to see them improved, but until they are much better than they are right now you don't have a leg.
Braiden Richardson
Yeah the locks lasted less than a minute, the rest of the video was talking tbh
Surur Yıl önce
@Mr. W > go to some other channel. Or got to the LPL's channel and see him do that using a cheap magnet lol.
Mr. W
Mr. W Yıl önce
@gvonk2 You’re on the wrong channel then. Is there more modern technology for securing items? Yes. But that technology will not replace key locks for a long, long time. You’ll be old and gray by the time that happens. If you want to see someone hack a computerized lock that costs hundreds of dollars, go to some other channel.
Felipe Islleid
Felipe Islleid 10 aylar önce
Loved the two videos! For sure you made a lock impossible for everyone without the knowledge behind it. Wonderful work!
Tony Smith
Tony Smith 6 aylar önce
Mad respect for having the balls to send your design to the Lock Picking Lawyer!!!
SlimSlashie 11 aylar önce
I totally dig seeing everything you put into making the lock work. It's a pretty neat design.
Robert Holzler
Robert Holzler 5 aylar önce
Looking at your gear solution (4:39) I think you could make that work by adjusting the gear ratio so the bottom cylinder rotates faster than the top. Also, instead of using a single solid pin (blue in your illustration), you could stack short pins (red in your illustration) in that lower pin area. Just an idea 🙂
Just Some Guy without a Mustache
I'm gonna be honest, having you guys collaborating is absolute bliss, would love to see a sequel to this
Jacob Anderson
Jacob Anderson 2 aylar önce
@Stonks Agent it is a bot.
Twoad 3 aylar önce
@Detestable Dumpling yeah I see him everywhere too
Simple Green
Simple Green 4 aylar önce
@Антон Симановский yes, yes I do.
Briomite 4 aylar önce
+1 unity
No Name
No Name 5 aylar önce
Seriously stop following me!!!
JD Dixon
JD Dixon 11 aylar önce
First video of yours I'm seeing. Quite impressed with the creativity and ingenuity you bring. Will definitely be wanting to see more
Luke Goodloomis
Luke Goodloomis 9 aylar önce
@stuffmadehere This was fun. I'd love to see next time you and the LPL spend an hour with each other discussing all the ways locks are built incorrectly and then devise a plan to build one better...I mean...could save you a few hundred hours. Designing in the dark takes so much front loading of information which can be shortcut by talking to a subject matter expert about those things. If you really want to make something viable and not just for YT. If it's just for YT, GO FOR IT! It's fun either way.
Vivian Schwartfeger
Vivian Schwartfeger 9 aylar önce
It’s seems clear to me that modifications need to be made. 1. Upon opening the lock the doorbell should sound automatically. 2. Install Shane’s dog in the same house as the lock. Lock is picked, doorbell rings, dog barks and attacks 😂. Great engineering and great video. Thanks so much.
seven 7
seven 7 9 aylar önce
"Unstoppable force meets a immovable object" Abraham Lincoln the vampire slayer
Definitely not a NASA agent
@Spaghetti Pizza Does Random Things know what's more annoying? Improper grammar usage.
seven 7
seven 7 8 aylar önce
@Cereal Killer oh, sorry
seven 7
seven 7 8 aylar önce
@Josh Brashear oh cool, yea man its slayer
Josh Brashear
Josh Brashear 8 aylar önce
Okay. Please tell me you remember it “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Slayer”. Everywhere I look says “Vampire Hunter”. You cannot convince me it wasn’t “slayer”. Mandela effect
Spaghetti Pizza Does Random Things
@Cereal Killer that’s just really annoying
9ED6F5E1 Yıl önce
Screw the TRvidr boxing matches, this is the fight I want to see.
mega man
mega man 3 aylar önce
And does nothing but make both better at the craft
Amber Douglas
Amber Douglas 3 aylar önce
Menuki 5 aylar önce
It’s the unmovable object verses the unstoppable force. One will have to lose but no one is sure who. We have favorites in our heart but that doesn’t translate to reality
Robert McGarry
Robert McGarry 5 aylar önce
This is the fight we all wanted, always!
Matthew Coughlin
Matthew Coughlin 5 aylar önce
Right?! Just sat here stoned completely enamored
Tom Salzano
Tom Salzano 8 aylar önce
Such a fascinating puzzle to crack ! Love the ingenuity.
Jerry Rupe
Jerry Rupe 8 aylar önce
Just watched both vids, yours and then his, you did a great job, and yes I truly believe you stumped the LPL, without examining the locks he would not be able to open them, but keeping someone from being able to examine a lock especially one that's mass manufactured is next to impossible, if there's a will there's a way, the LPL also did a fine job of overcoming your lock, thank you for all your hard work it was quite entertaining
mv mv
mv mv 8 aylar önce
Love this! Lockpicking is great & watching you become quite the tool maker using CNC equipment making micro parts. I was a CNC machinist/programmer for 20+ yrs. I too learned by trial & error, on the job. Loved it. Thank you for this. I hope it continues. Routine for you. Take care & have fun, Michael V
TheDrunkenPL 8 aylar önce
Mam, you are crazy :D I love both of you guys, one which is super cool engineer and had a really out of box approach to create those locks and you are an awesome specialist whose skills are top notch. Those 2 videos and how they were linked were a great journey, thanks!
Joe O'Brien
Joe O'Brien Yıl önce
I love that they both realized how pumped everyone was and made a big thing out of it. TRvid is such a good platform for that kind of feedback.
RandomInternetPerson 6 aylar önce
Some says there's beauty in the mundane and this perfectly encapsulates it, making a lock is mundane and tedious but it's inexplicably beautiful
Detekting Telemark
Detekting Telemark 5 aylar önce
Brilliant engineering :) You are just amazing. It gives me great pleasure to look at what you achieve.
-Turtl3_ 5 aylar önce
Are you still planning to create a V3 of the unpickable lock? I believe if you fix the points mentioned by lockpickinglawyer, you might really create something special!
locksmith db
locksmith db 9 aylar önce
I think it's very cool that you designed a lock! Kudos.
Zack Budgen
Zack Budgen Yıl önce
Why do I have to wait three days to see this epic show down. This is just cruel and unusual punishment
Gustav Engen
Gustav Engen Yıl önce
Anyone know what 3d program he uses?
BeatnDaGutta aka Richard Hard
I love the fact that these two can learn from each other and how to precision make a better and more unpickable lock. I think they both pushing each other even though the lockpicking lawyer really exposed some of the issues with his locks I think it's only going to make Shane work harder to create one that is potentially unpickable
MrSorbias Yıl önce
@GenericPerson I at least added my comment at the same day I saw the video. Edit, oops. This video was in premiere mode before it was published.
GenericPerson Yıl önce
How the fuck is your comment 6 days old and the video 4 days old
DJ Romeo Cologne
DJ Romeo Cologne Yıl önce
@Alaskan1Medic Or shoot it with 50mm armor piercing shells like LPL and BB did once.
Konrad 11 aylar önce
There is no such a thing as an unpickable lock. You just need to use the right amount of explosives.
Christopher Holden
Christopher Holden 9 aylar önce
@El Caponè: Holy Emperor of NJ , lol....
lcajueiro 9 aylar önce
smh just use water bucket or obsidian
Galacalactus 9 aylar önce
This man here understands. Water charges are where it’s at.
PMG VICTOR 5 aylar önce
I think these locks are ingenious at first review (check out lock picking lawyer's and his video on the locks) but I think they can benefit using the Hines system or something comparable to that, as another D-i-D layer. Although the downside is that if someone messes up then the lock is dead and the key won't work anymore but hey you prevented your lock from being picked.
pollard068 9 aylar önce
You're great at what you do!
Patrick Smith
Patrick Smith 3 aylar önce
As a fellow engineer, who has spent days staring at a computer trying to figure out why my design won't work. You sir are a mad genius. I bow to your greatness.
Dinotawll Yıl önce
Stuff : “I made this completely original, and complex lock, my only worry is that he might use a tool I have no idea existed” LPL : uses pocket knife
Dinotawll Yıl önce
@pensamentoazul lol I’m not, I’m just pointing out a funny part of the video. Don’t get so uptight.
Albert Iakupov
Albert Iakupov Yıl önce
@pensamentoazul security by obscurity will never work. That is fine to have blueprints and know how it works.
pensamentoazul Yıl önce
Never guessed why he start the video with the locks disassembled and schematic? Why do you think he does not show he trying to pick the lock? He clearly tried it and could not. So he viewed the schematics, disassembled the lock, looked for vulnerabilities and explain how this can be fixed. He just lock picked it after knowing how it works... This is not a competition. Don't be a fanboy.
pleopsidium Yıl önce
@Albert Iakupov or a red bull can
Glenn Davey
Glenn Davey 5 aylar önce
7:54 As a developer who works with virtual objects in code, this feels very familiar. Normally I would just put logging on everything and see what's going on in the Console, but yeah that doesn't really work with physical objects, huh
Repligon 5 aylar önce
Maybe you can replace pink pins on 5:22 with multiple wafers so they can separate in two in any key bidding position: one set stays in lower cylinder, another stays with upper pins and keeps them from falling. Then you wouldn't need that complex pin holding mechanism.
Levana 4 aylar önce
The most nearly perfect lock would use some type of transistors / transmitters to unlock them, just like a car has.
Kenn Magnum
Kenn Magnum 11 aylar önce
We need a part two!
Thermon Yıl önce
LPL be like: “A lock is only as strong as its weakest link” *sets the wooden door on fire*
Throku Yıl önce
@Joshua Noble Which only works in america. In the real world with reald doors and real houses nothing happens if you kick the door. You'd need a car to ram my front door down, but the granite staircase to get it would be a hurdle in getting said car to the door. And my door is nothing special here in Sweden, its just a normal front door. Breaking a window however is easy and climb in that way, it's what the burglars do here, luckily its a rare crime.
Robert Loughrey
Robert Loughrey Yıl önce
@Joshua Noble Even if you hardened the front door most houses have windows.
Robert Loughrey
Robert Loughrey Yıl önce
@Inquisitor Thornside3P Anything is enterable if you are willing to use destructive methods. I think the neighbors might get suspicious if you haul out an axe though.
Will Munoz
Will Munoz Yıl önce
Oh my gosh this comment is legend
phisgr 7 aylar önce
Have you looked at the lock by Tim Hutt? His mechanism for testing all the pins at once seems quite simple and robust.
Gaming History Source
Gaming History Source 5 aylar önce
What if instead of springs you used magnets pushing away from each other at the same pole ? The magnet would also make it difficult for anyone using metal lock picking tools since it will pull on them.
Don Wanna
Don Wanna 6 aylar önce
"I spent several hours machining all these pins, and I realized you can buy them for, like, a penny." Just engineer things.
Luna M
Luna M 2 gün önce
This guy is an amazing engineer! But, um, what happens when you lose your key? Be prepared for property damage costs, I suppose...
Kevin Slater
Kevin Slater Yıl önce
"I want him to defeat it so I can learn how to improve the lock" That, is an engineer.
pensamentoazul Yıl önce
@B C Never guessed why he start the video with the locks disassembled and schematic? Why do you think he does not show he trying to pick the lock? He clearly tried it and could not. So he viewed the schematics, disassembled the lock, looked for vulnerabilities and explain how this can be fixed. He just lock picked it after knowing how it works...
B C Yıl önce
Spoiler alert! He did.
W O 5 aylar önce
It’s amazing how smart this man is.
Ken Wohleking
Ken Wohleking 5 aylar önce
6:45 “It’s a weird way to make a key but it works.” - “I just spent several hours machining these pins and just realized you can buy these for like a penny.” 🤣🤣🤣🤣 Love the honest sense of humor probably just as much as the engineering creativity.
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Noodle Ninja
Noodle Ninja 8 aylar önce
I wonder if you could make a lock where the key functions magnetically, where there are either a set of magnetic pins that move up/down based on the magnetic force applied to them, or if youy could have magnet sensing circuitry that would remove any physical pins, and not be connected to anything via WIFI meaning that the only way to pick it is brute force
John Gillespie
John Gillespie 7 aylar önce
I have been toying with an idea that might make a lock pretty difficult to pick. This idea might not be too hard to make either. It would require a second drum outside of the cylinder. The first use of the key makes the cylinder rotate. To operate the lock, have the cylinder need to turn clockwise to have a key operated pin(pins?) engage the outer drum. Now to unlock it, turn the cylinder to the left past the original pins while still keeping the outer drum engaged to the cylinder. Make it so that if the pin(s) that holds those two pieces together gets released at any moment, have a spring that returns the outer drum back to the rest position. LPL will probably figure out how to beat this too but it might be a little fun. BTW. The pins would need to be on opposite sides of the key (cylinder versus drum) and there could be more than one secondary engagement pin or conventional pins in the drum and even traps if you wanted to.
RotorScout Yıl önce
You failed to give him the biggest challenge ever: Packaging consisting only of duct tape.
MOPAR2YA Yıl önce
@Favmir Red security scribble.
Le Psycho
Le Psycho Yıl önce
@Favmir red ink the bane of his existence!
Hancho Yıl önce
@Favmir I never saw him so angry
Favmir Yıl önce
With some red lines drawn on top, that are NOT done with permanent markers.
Teufel Yıl önce
Yeah... Duct tape is far harder for him to open than locks.
Tizona Amanthia
Tizona Amanthia 4 aylar önce
now I'm wondering, after watching LPL's video responding to this, will you be revisiting this? i mean, I see it as a colab of can a lock be made that can't be bypassed short of basically using thermite, or a saw to destroy the door around the lock? it's not a fight, so much as a cooperative effort towards a common goal.
管笑天 11 aylar önce
I just watched several LPL's videos, I think the biggest problem with all these lock designs is that they are all pickable. I means... they all use the analog position of a number of pins to unlock. This design inevitable gives lock picker a gap underneath the pins to insert tools. I'm thinking, what if there's no gap. For example, by using several concentric rings in place of the pins. Instead of checking the position of the pins, those rings either go through the key, or don't, with the outermost ring always in the go-through position to prevent any tool insertion. Of course, there's a lot of practicality problem with this design, just some thoughts.
C-rude 11 aylar önce
2:35 I’ve never seen anybody hold such a tool in this way. It looks a bit more secure in the way you hold it, but I’m not sure.
austin smothermon
austin smothermon 2 aylar önce
I love your videos. Its very inspiring and entertaining to watch
belzedk Yıl önce
Stuff: "These hinges could be my downfall" Lpl: "I gotta say he did the right thing because I definitely would have done that"
Reb Chizelbeak
Reb Chizelbeak Yıl önce
@Timendi Causa Est Nescire If you are talking about using the knife, no. That would still be possible. There MUST be a gap so the door can open or close. Might need to go in at an angle, but some gap would be needed for an externally opening door. But yes, it would be much tougher to do on an internal door. Not impossible though. A quick drill through the lip would give you access to it. So that flaw really does matter. If a lock only needs a 10 second drill into the wood door to Expose an exploit, it is still an exploit. I am curious to see what other exploits the lock has when the design is improved. Holding the pins in place through gates with tension seems to be a possible avenue. All that complexity has its downsides.
Reb Chizelbeak
Reb Chizelbeak Yıl önce
@Akompliss Akompliss Then you missed the one where he sold the hinge removal tool that was demonstrated in the video.
Nexodus Yıl önce
@Richard Danko So much easier to kick it open, I disagree.
Timendi Causa Est Nescire
@Noob OfTheYear If this truly was a remake of his door, then he has more problems than he realises, with two attack vectors exposed like that. 9/10 entry doors open inwards - for which the hinge pins are _internal_ not _external_ and thus not a problem; they also usually have a jam/lip that the door seals against, this would protect the deadbolt from LPL's demonstrated attack - the deadbolt still has a flaw but it's not one that could be exploited in a proper installation. The ability to pick the lock is the only exploitable flaw - as demonstrated - remaining but that obviously has a very simple solution in denying access to the internals of the lock, which was also demonstrated(as equally obvious is that a cheaper solution would be possible).
T Duke Perry
T Duke Perry 11 aylar önce
Rather than having a weird mechanism holding the pins in place, I'm wondering why you didn't just use a stack of wafers.
Joanne Keefe
Joanne Keefe 11 aylar önce
Keep up the good work. We need seriou help since the lockpicker is telling every thief exactly what they need to destroy every lock! Help us!
Angel Gamboa
Angel Gamboa 10 aylar önce
Two of the most creative men of the entire internet working together! Absolutely awesome!
SmoothCarrot464 9 aylar önce
The lockpickinglawyer is one of the most least creative channels? He does ONE thing
Russ Warren
Russ Warren 5 aylar önce
A genuine challenge, love it!
Not You
Not You Yıl önce
This event literally changed my plans for Monday.
Master Krist
Master Krist 7 aylar önce
@Nathan Binns laughs in this video being 14:39
GasFromMyAnus I0I
GasFromMyAnus I0I 7 aylar önce
What was your plan
SavageKitten Yıl önce
Tuesday here
Bradley Callaway
Bradley Callaway Yıl önce
@Zack Taylor It's memorial day in the US, so we all have the day off
Maunz 5 aylar önce
I'm so glad your dog reacts to the bell the same way ours do 😄🙈
Devon Cutmore
Devon Cutmore 9 aylar önce
Well he made short work of picking them. Amazing job 👏 if you sell them with the improvements suggested I would buy one. Good luck 👍 . If you can make that I'm sure you can or already invented much cooler useful things. Great attempt. That lock 🔐 picking lawyer is extremely skilled at picking locks.
Team Cyborg
Team Cyborg 8 aylar önce
I love how you made it accidentally too good at first. Couldn't be picked even with the key.
Xtra Mail
Xtra Mail 5 aylar önce
Revealing the door, all the questions, and the dog bark was perfect
Emil Beck Aagaard
This will be the most ambitious crossover ! 30 seconds in: “I feel a nice click on number two”
S АА Yıl önce
That's it for today. And as always...
stephen bowman
stephen bowman Yıl önce
back to the beginning....... nice click out of one, two is binding
Diako Unknown 12
Diako Unknown 12 Yıl önce
@Random Brown Guy considering everything... Your reply can only be sarcasm
Random Brown Guy
Random Brown Guy Yıl önce
Did you even watch the video? That's not gonna happen
Armin R
Armin R 2 aylar önce
12:49 Haha I totally get you. I just now bought compact suitcases with the most necessary tools and leave them permanently in the car. So now it is a little bit better. Not perfect but ok.
Indy 8 aylar önce
Really enjoy the challenge of making it the best, to heck with who win's. At some point I'm sure with his help you will make a lock even the Lawyer will say. I saw the name Stuff and don't have 20 minutes to beat the lock. Well done to you both, well done.
AnythingBenz 9 aylar önce
The lock picking lawyer easily unlocked both of these in his video, for anyone wondering
aakksshhaayy 6 aylar önce
Now put it through 1000's and 1000's of open close cycles and see how the wear-tear affects it. There's a reason most locks aren't this complicated.
Xaqaria Yıl önce
Normally I roll my eyes at an incoming premiere. I'm actually looking forward to this one. I could see the two of you going back and forth to create a novel, manufacturable, and unpickable lock.
d silverleaf
d silverleaf Yıl önce
@Xaqaria sound logic, brother✌
Robert Amerson
Robert Amerson Yıl önce
@Xaqaria offensive measures? I like where this is going
Xaqaria Yıl önce
@Devrost same person who sees a lock from a distance and knows what tools will be needed to open it, they'd recognize the lock and it's material. Not me, but LPL probably would, as would anyone who makes a profession of opening locks.
Devrost Yıl önce
@Xaqaria who sees a metal and knows that it is titanium?
Xaqaria Yıl önce
@Devrost There is lies the problem: You make a lock out of titanium, someone will assume what's behind it is worth the cost of the ~$320 oxyacetylene kit at your local box store 😂 Titanium melts at ~1670°C, oxyacetylene burns at ~3200°C. Maybe add offensive measures?
tyron bester
tyron bester 11 aylar önce
Man! Just finished watching both videos of yours and the lock picking lawyer. Awesome work! I was so shocked when he managed to get into both so quickly.
D T 11 aylar önce
Why not change springs where each one has totally different tensions/compressions? Or why not do dual pin with dual springs facing each other? Tolerance really tight.
Supper Slash
Supper Slash 5 aylar önce
Great video. Just wondering, how did you make the animations for this video? what software do you use? :D
Björn Westman
Björn Westman 7 aylar önce
The limit of the security of a lock is how accessible the windows are…..
Tommy Toker
Tommy Toker Yıl önce
I am unbelievably excited for this, 2 creators I watch independently, now fight for success in their field. One with the epic ability to bypass security systems just by looking at locks, the other a engineering genius with the ability to create (and occasionally destroy) through the power of science and invention!
Wm. Jordan Dent
Wm. Jordan Dent Yıl önce
@Laurens You're right, it's all about the Lagavulin and the Tool BosnianBill and I made now, LPL's channel has been otherwise a borefest since Bowley showed up... . not
lvl30dragon Yıl önce
@Laurens it's has nothing to do with the lock, but everything youtuber A has done shows to youtuber B who works with locks to see if he can open youtuber A's lock
Laurens Yıl önce
making an unpickable lock isn't impossible and has been done before (bowley lock), so you dont have to be this excited.
Scorpicore 11 aylar önce
Gotta say, the way he "busted" them, was pretty superb :-)
Nuggetmaster 777
Nuggetmaster 777 Aylar önce
How about a key that can unlock any door, maybe it can be spring loaded to counter the springs on the pins in the lock, sounds like a big challenge and would be interesting to see how it might turn out
DICAST Aylar önce
To make a truly unpickable lock it would need either 2 key holes or the key needs to be made specially with implanted magnets in certain areas to which will pull the pins instead of push them. You could even have a side pin which gets pulled to the key to allow it to turn. If you want a better description or idea let me know.
karsten69 5 aylar önce
1:37: Invests in really secure locks, but also human-sized windows... totally secure.
Eddie Pierce
Eddie Pierce Yıl önce
I’ve been a locksmith and in the door hardware business for 30+ years. Thieves don’t pick locks. They bust down doors and go through windows. A decent deadbolt is 10 times more valuable than a cylinder you can’t pick.
Toothless 21 gün önce
Locks protect more than front doors
Steiner 21 gün önce
Same goes for bicycle thieves. They don't pick a lock. They cut it with boltcutters.
SeventhGod 27 gün önce
Well I understand that door locks are less important but when it comes to padlocks or bike locks a nearly unpickable lock combined with a thick ring/durable chain is pretty valuable. If this kind of lock could be put inside of one of those it’d be great.
In Aere Ediflcare
In Aere Ediflcare Aylar önce
@RaveyDaveyGravy Not every country's residential area is built around cute wood structures.
Generic Scout
Generic Scout Aylar önce
yeah way too many doors one solid kick and it's down. Kind of scary how many doors are shoddy like that.
Intet Mane
Intet Mane 11 aylar önce
Awesome video series. You should really sell it!
ElEnciso 10 aylar önce
let's take a moment to appreciate that the dog it's really good at knowing about door bells
A Person
A Person Aylar önce
These locks are all incredibly easy. Haven't seen a hard lock yet.
David Urry
David Urry 15 gün önce
TOTAL RESPECT! I've been watching the LPL for years and wondering if what you've done could be done! Excellent work! You should patent this and sell it to a lock mfg.
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Justin Harris
Justin Harris Yıl önce
LPL is about to hit you with, "In any case, that's all I have for you today."
ACoustaDC Yıl önce
@AxxL WTF does you comment mean?
panmIg Yıl önce
@Lee Joyner Hello person from 3 seconds ago.
Lee Joyner
Lee Joyner Yıl önce
@AxxL he already did, I came here from that video.
A_Cactus_ 7 aylar önce
I would absolutely pay $500 for one with the fixes LPL suggested
TeamPipeline. us
TeamPipeline. us 9 aylar önce
Hi Shane! We reached out via email to hopefully invite you as a guest in Being An Engineer podcast :) Congratulations, btw on your TRvid Streamys nomination!
JHT Survival
JHT Survival 4 aylar önce
One of the best anti pick locks I've come across IMO was this old Yale dead bolt... I think it only had 3 pins but the mechanism to turn the deadbolt required the 6pin key to reach the back of the lock. The very end of the key turned the actuator to unlock the bolt. Pretty simple yet unless you knew how it worked then regular lock pick tension wrenches didn't work. Luckily I happen to make all my own tools so one of my frequently used tensioner was one that reached the length of the keyway so I didn't only keep pressure on the front.. I figured out the mechanism while restoring the dead bolt afterwards. But if you weren't me or didn't know about it then you could sit there and pick those 3 pins all day and not know wtf was going on.
Paulo Roberto Machado Duarte
I’m not sure I’d buy a lock that I can’t pick if I loose my keys. I could be wrong, but the fact that lock companies are not interested in making the ultimate lock is because it should actually be pickable in case of need, otherwise you’ll be receiving a call every minute from some customer who wonders how to get into its own house after loosing the key.
Zenkichi Hitoyoshi
"THEY'RE UNPICKABLE" LPL: "alright guys, today we have a tough one, I have to use a twig, my eyes and more than thirty seconds"
Christopher de Vidal
The twig was one that BosnianBill and I designed and is available for sale in our store
Eradax Yıl önce
Lee Chowning
Lee Chowning Yıl önce
@Saleh Joorbonyan well come on we're doing a new lockmaker versus the two-time world lock pick champion. And we've still never seen his face.
Saleh Joorbonyan
Saleh Joorbonyan Yıl önce
@Lee Chowning Lol he picked the first lock two times, both times less than a min! they lasted less than a min
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Детерминизм это Свобода 🤙 🤙
ahmad-firdaus: cook
ahmad-firdaus: cook 7 aylar önce
Hi Stuff. First time for me to see your content. What I observed firstly about the mock door you sent to LockpickingLawyer is that the door opens towards you. Most doors I've ever seen in America and Asia open toward the inside of the house, making the entire point of a backing plate useless, I'm glad you mentioned that in this response video. Not only that, but the plate could have just been stamped instead of CNC machined. If you want to trip LPL up, you could implement the use of ten tiny magnets, five in the key, and five in the bore, with each facing a coded direction which would move auxiliary tumbler pins. I'm interested to try that technique, but haven't the equipment in Indonesia to manufacture it.
ahmad-firdaus: cook
ahmad-firdaus: cook 7 aylar önce
@TC Pratt So, that way if the hurricane is blowing on your door, you can't get out. LOL
TC Pratt
TC Pratt 7 aylar önce
In Florida, and some other hurricane-prone US states, the building codes require that exterior doors open outward (to keep the hurricane force winds from easily blowing in the doors.
J Etheridge
J Etheridge 9 aylar önce
Feels good when you accomplish something great .
Bay 0Wulf
Bay 0Wulf 11 aylar önce
More Lock “Cylinders” have wound up in the junk pile due to unusability after a little dirt or wear. Great idea but total crap in practice.
MJorgy5 8 aylar önce
It makes more sense to install the keyhole to the opposite side of the door to the pin of the door hinge. Nearly all entry doors are this way as it allows for a weatherstrip seal around the door and conceals/protects the deadbolt.
ahmad-firdaus: cook
ahmad-firdaus: cook 7 aylar önce
That's the same thing I said too, I see only one like on your comment though, which shows most people are asleep to that fact.
scott _hunts
scott _hunts Yıl önce
“Today we’ll be defeating these locks with the milling machine that Bosnian Bill and I made”
Chase Yıl önce
@David Jones He picked it with lockpicks lol
Existence is Pain
Lmao he opens it with a turning tool and a damn pocket knife
Jehty Yıl önce
@Scott Miller but if that lock is common a thief might carry the tool which unlocks your lock in seconds - ergo making your lock useless.
Scott Miller
Scott Miller Yıl önce
@Jehty No, even then it's only useless if you're trying to protect something that someone else is going to take the time to plan in advance to get into. Most of the time you just have to have a better lock than the others around you.
Kedar K
Kedar K 6 aylar önce
The lock was unpickable in the beginning when it won’t open with its own key. You changed it to a pickable one 😄
René Henriksen
René Henriksen 7 aylar önce
Man this lock almost looked like a carengine or a shiftingdrum from a motorcycle-gearbox when it was in designmode. Incredible.
Magichandsx 9 aylar önce
i feel like this man can do anything
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