In order to 'pick' it on the street you need a Phillips insert bit ground down to a key shape and a wrench. The insert is harder then steel and much harder then whatever the disks are made of, so you can break them one by one using this simple technique.
Better to use it as mirror replacement haha
I wonder how many criminals watch your videos 😂
That lock just slipped out of my gloved hands into the snow hiding the storm drain and I'm left with a piece of metal that I could gleefully wrap around the neck of the designer that dreamed up this lock and the marketing knuckleheads that approved its production.
Well if you don’t have your special made pick can it still be picked?
I seem to remember that the Kryptonite-style U-locks were abandoned wh0en it was discovered they could be jacked apart with a small car jack in just a few seconds.
Awdinary disk retainer lock
I hear "Pick that Bosnian bill and i made" and i know it is a really good lock.
LPL chews his nails. Ewe.
Imagine huddling in your panic room during the zombie apocalypse and suddenly you hear a muffled cheerful voice on the other side of the blast hatch saying "click on number one". Someone should put that in a movie.
God bless you sir!
Saved me a few bucks and possibly a bike. Great vid!
Ok yeah, we’ve pretty much established that if lpl needs a “special tool” you’re pretty much safe.
If it's so easy to cut than do it. You won't.
I still think a simple lock with explosives in the chain that detonates if you try to saw through it by any means and you loose your hands in the process. Is far safer than this expensive stuff.
The reason why most lock manufacturers abandoned the flat design is because it is much more expensive to manufacture than a cylindrical tube at a large scale. TiGr is actually a family owned company, and they hand build the locks, so it's not much of an issue for them More info here: tigrlock.com/pages/meet-our-team
I don’t know if “Bosnian Bill” produces the specialised tool, but it would be a runaway success!
Keys, we don't need no stinkin' keys!
Idk why but I was hoping you tried to cut it with a hack saw after picking it open 🤦♂️😭🤣
Did anyone count how often he actually used the "Pick that Bosnian bill and i made" in all of his videos?
"nuff talk" starts to chug a das boot of Master Lock brand soda
The titanium ones snapped in half with Any both cutters
That tool is wild, second time seeing you use it in two days, it’s so elegant, are you pushing them to locksmiths? Because they should consider them to be a necessity
As easy you made that one look( I watch all your vids, love them lol ) that one looked to be extremely difficult to do say in public on the sidewalk or outside on bike rack. I've never picked a lock but that one looks to be EXTREMELY difficult considering the tools and skills it would take to do this as easy as you did. I would imagine if someone was trying to steal this bike by picking they'd insane to try
Does your bike have to be worth 2k + to afford a lock like that ?
Interesting if one can hammer off lock from housing..
Ever since I found your channel I won't go out on my bike no more if I have to lock it up. Lol
Where can I learn something like this?!
I have asked once before, I haven't been able to see if you replyed. Will you make a unlockable lock I would love to buy?
Every time he says "the pick that Bosnian bill and I made" I come a little bit
L.P.L We know you are the master of picking locks, but could you please do a side by side comparison on the TI version and the new high Carbon one with its durability. I want to see you using tools for destructively getting through it? That would be cool to see. Much apriciated if you would ablidge :)
Expensive and vulnerable, you can use bolt cutter on this one, despite it being made of "titanium": uzload.info/fun/bGuVooDXtX96qHU/video
A technical question about locks and lockpicking in general. So I think I understand the mechanics. With a key inserted the pins, which match the keys hills and valleys line up with something so that the lock can turn. When you pick a lock you're manually raising the pins. So 2 questions. If you're raising the pins up, and I'm guessing when LPL says they "click", how does he make sure that all of then are lined up correctly? Shouldn't each valley or hill have a different height? And secondly, what keeps the pins from falling back down?
Give us an rating from you 'only need an twig' to 'LpL proof'
What would it be like if you didn't have the special tool you actually made yourself?
Something tells me this man has a harder time getting into the theft resistant plastic packaging most of these locks come in than the lock itself.
I bought some simple lock picks and tried to pick a padlock but am having no success. Is it because I need more practice or because my lock picks are inferior?
Altor SAF bikelock #suggestion
So..... you ever gonna pick a disc detainer lock with normal tools?
I have to say, I was a little dissapointed by this one. You mentioned the new materials' cut resistance, explained how unlikely it was to be picked in the street but then you didn't defeat that element of it. I thought you were leading up to it.
You forgot the most important part. Would you use this lock if it was given to you as a gift?
Don't think it counts if you use a very specialised tool..
day 1214 , trust issues are growing with the security in my life.
How would you pick one of those disc locks without this custom tool?
My friends and I bought the lock pick Bosnian Bill and LPL made, Great quality. But I have to ask what tool or modified tool are you using to turn all the disk's with? I have searched and can not find what it is or if its ever been said.
I'm as much in awe over your skillset as the next viewer. Also for the consistant and professional content you create, so thank you for all of it. I do however have question. Whenever you pick these disc detainer locks, you use a highly specialized tool, invented and manufactured by you and Bill. It of course makes the job alot easier, but it is still a very specialized tool and as such, not easily available to everyone. Could you do a video, where you pick one of these lock types without using this tool? To showcase the proces and technique? I'm sorry if you have already done this earlier, but with more than 1200 videos, it is quite the task finding that one video ;-) Thank you and happy holidays to you and your family!
*suspense builds, "he's gonna say it, he's gonna say it...." "...I'm going to get the pick that Bosnian Bill and I made..." HE SAID IT!!!! What a good day.
Destructive testing please!
That lock looks like one of those things you put on a griddle and crack your egg inside of it to keep your egg a certain shape.
Weird that they went from titanium to standard carbon steel, titanium is so much harder to cut. Must have been some dodgy grade because the titanium I work with can't be cut with a hacksaw
I haven't handled one, but it seems that the connection between the strap and the lugs that go unto the lock body would be a weak point. I'd love to see you get a pry bar under there, or a drill and see if the bolt there is hardened. From pics on there site, I bet you could use a stripped bolt remover type drill bit to unscrew them from the outside.
Circular bar stock locks are more popular because they feel more rigid, so the customer assumes they're more secure without actual logic behind that. Shackles made of sheet steel will have some bend to them, and so they feel less secure, regardless of how cut resistant they are.
One would assume the flat style of strap has an inherent weakness the round design does not. By being flat all attacks will only need to breech a very small amount of material at a time, and it doesn't have the 3 dimensional support a regular round design takes. That means not only cutting is far easier, but even things like hacksaws, grinders, and other methods of attack. Ultimately the flap strap is inferior, as the material only has support to the left and right rather than all around. One can imagine it is incredibly easy to tear aluminium foil. However taking the same mass of aluminium into a round design will be significantly more difficult to attack. Or tearing paper vs pulling at it and trying to snap it all at once (surprisingly very difficult). We have entirely the same concept here, albeit to a less extreme situation. It seems in attempting to be hipster and different the makers of this lock have ignored the obvious lessons all other designers have learnt from.
If I wanted a really difficult door to open I would have both mechanical and electrical in one. I.e. all the pins have to be in contact with the key at the same time and they all have different voltages going into them at the same time.
you know what we all want to see right ? The destructive test !!!!
I would like to see how destructive attacks fare against that lock's strap or even the core.
How does that lock pick work?
I’d love to see this undergo some destructive testing, it would be interesting to see how the flat design compares to the more “modern” round design.
Who came for the money shot at the end, come on now click and it open urrrghh sploosh
Would be cool to see some more destruction testing
LPL Lock Museum is a must see!
The tool! Yes! The TOOL!
An oxy/acetylene cutting torch can go through any lock!!
LPL when he picks any lock ever: its actually really simple. You just need this pick that Bosnian Bill and I made
IMPRESSIVE (quake 3 sound playing)
Would love to see how resistant this lock is to other forms of attack.
is there any lock that u havent managed to pick?
So if this company brought this design back, LPL do you have an idea what a flat band like this has advantage wise, over a standard round shackle? Seems like something so thin could almost have metal shears used on it even.
Could have been a fluke!
"Unlikely ro be picked on the streets" Meanwhile real thieves: Yeah I'm just gonna take that one, since it isn't locked.
That castings on the end does not look very strong. I wonder how would it survive if I support strap with brick any then hit lock with hammer.
I guess the biggest question is how hard is that peg/rivot/bolt to drill out where it attaches to the shackle?
Try to cut it with bolt cutters
Just put a pipe on the core, rock it back and forth a few times and there you go - the lock is openned, no special skill required
Seems like a pain to wrangle on and off a bike and is bound to scratch paint. Probably why the design went out of style
Is that a rivet holding the locking mechanism on? If so, it probably can be drilled out easily with a small portable tool?
Why use titanium??
1970's tech is new again?! Oh crap, please don't let disco and polyester suits be next!
I smile every time I see a disc detainer core. :)
When LPL said "Tool Bosmi Bill and I made" (Sorry if I killed the name) That's when the lock felt true fear.
I now judge locks by the length of video. 5+ 'shoot, must be a good lock!'
i like this channel because it’s a CONSTANT reminder that i’m *never* safe..
Does "the pick that Bosnian Bill and I made" work with locks that have gated spinners? I'd guess not.
I want one of those tools to tinker with and see what locks around my house i could get into. Probably zero but itd still make for a few hours of fun
Anybody else notice the big toe thumbs? Lol
Don't even know why I'm watching I know how it starts and I know how it ends...
One has to question though, that pick you made with Bosnian Bill is eventually gonna hit the market making disc detainers infinitely easier... they will almost be as secure as a master lock... at least that’s how they appear in front of that pick. So what will be the next thing to replace those on the street? And is it possible to “ward” off from the tool you made?
I'd be interested how long it takes to get through with an angle grinder
What the hell did he just do!?
Damn!! Yo, LPL going back to 1 because he "feels it". Then, the victorious spin of the pick "BBAIM" seems like a spike of the ball in the defender's face.
whats a bosnian billion eye?
@LPL - Everyone knew that you were going to successfully pick the lock. Show us what it takes to cut both of those straps because that’s the way the rest of us would try to defeat them!
And I could reuse the lock the next day
I can open that lock in about 4 seconds without your lock pick without a cutter with just a chisel
LPL you should make a video testing the durability of the design against brute force attacks
Why do we even lock things anymore?
"Enough talk" For a moment I thought he was going to drink the lock.
As you can see this lock isn't very hard to pick if you have specialized tools and pick locks for a hobby