Companies should put that in a modern padlock. It's certainly harder to pick than most.
Dude is that a supra
IS THAT A SUPRA!?
**sigh** is that a supra?!?!
I'm not sure it really matters. A brass box with a thin shackle isn't often going to have pick attacks anyway. A hammer and walk away with the box at night, then the thieves can enter at any time later looking like the owner.
we still use Supras where I live
Is that a supra?
Not sure if anyone asked it yet, which locks does LPL have at his home? I'd like to use the same locks he would use
And now It's free real estate
I was searching up the car but was not disappointed
My friend's father designed and sold the patent over 50 years ago, the money his father made was incredible.
When he said this was a lock from 50 years ago why did I think it was from the 1950's?
is that a supra?!
This lock goes sssssssSSSSSSSSTTUUTUTUutuututuu
...then they moved on to make button code keyboxes that were much easier to decode without any tools. Oh dear.
Harder to pick than the door is definitely good enough.
Supra has an e-key now. Your phone sends a signal and it opens. I don't think it would be pick able.
What's up with all that plastic on the inside of the door?
Thief tries picking lock. Proceeds to break multiple picks. Watches video. Realizes his poor picking techniques resulted in the exact tools to pick the lock.
Looks like you could have used a couple paperclips to pick that lock if you were so inclined.
IS THAT A SUPRA?!
Do you think you can pick the bunker safe in Nova Scotia?
so this was what, a 20 master lock pick? That is 20 master locks could be picked in the time it takes to get this open.
You should do a review of a laptop lock
Not bad for a old lock
Is that a supra???
A local used car dealership chain in my hometown used to have modern versions of these that clipped to the driver roll up window. That is until some cars started disappearing. But the thieves weren’t breaking into the boxes, it was internal theft going on. It had a very similar key style to that.
Realtors use keyless boxes now... probably don't want to share how to hack them.
“This is the LPL and what I have for you today is my cute neighbor’s chastity belt”
''is that a supra!" 👀
what have we learned old products are not bad and new ones are not pick proof .....
This literally looks like the door control apparatuses in Star Wars. I feel like R2-D2 is gonna plug into it and open up a bunker on Endor.
Sorry if someone's already answered, but what's the loop of metal on the top for? I thought it was a padlock at first, but was kinda confused when I never saw that top bit come into play...
Where's the video where he picks a car door lock. Not shimming it. Picking it.
Yea, most people would just pick (or jiggle) the very common builder-grade lock on the door instead. So, unlike the modern cheaply made combination locks, it was really fit for its purpose.
Nearly 3 mins. This is one of the most secure things i was so far on this channel
And the context of it being locked to a freaking door...
Why don't the wafers/pins you push down just pop back up as soon as you stop putting pressure on them?
@LockPickingLawyer: Why do you sometimes use the term "tension tool" and other times you say "turning tool"?
If someone could create a lock that LPL could not pick in his lifetime, would he show us what he looks like?
Everything with the supra name is just bad ass
That supra looks nothing like the one Paul Walker drove.
That looks like the same lock mechanism as the Supra boxes I see in use today.
Who needs to count sheep to sleep... I could listen to his counting all day 😅
Is that a supraaa?
when he said "50 years ago" and then "in the seventies", I felt that
We still use Supra brand locks in real estate. They are electronic now though
Is that a Supra?
nadie: como ser un ladron
The only thing LPL needs to apologize for is never gracing our vision with his beauty
"IS THAT A SUPRA?!"
Is that a supra????
"Harder to open than the door" wow lock company stickholders are flattered, no lock got that much compliment for a while
Bro is that a Supra?
Cool lock and lock name
Is...is that...IS THAT A SUPRA?
Just keep one of these by your door full time luring a thief to burn up time trying to get the key out of a "crappy lockbox" rather than pick your door.
Thats got to be the longest Pick I have seen to date on this channel! =]
What's the plastic on the door? To hold the key?
The voice I hear going to sleep at night is "Gotta click out of one, nice false set on two, three is binding, seems like we have a spool"...............
"All I need are two broken picks" So, what you're saying is that every time my picks broke on Skyrim, they weren't actually unusable trash that needed instantly discarding?...
I think we had a newer combo version of that. Turn combo. I think with letters. It's been a while 80s or 90s
Demonstrating that many locks are *regressing.*
Dumb question, why do to you go back and pick the pins that have already set, it seems like you could save time and skip them and just recheck the pins that haven’t set yet.
I like to think of the channle as a crimanles guid to robbing a house
I would like to point out that some of the channels under the channels tab of LPLs channel include people like Matt Best, Donut Operator, Gordon Ramsay, and Mr Beast. LPL is a true youtube connoisseur.
I feel like the best you can do after a certain point when designing a lock, is to make picking as awkward as possible.
uzload.info/fun/bH2mmZyto66cu2g/video you won’t be able to pick this lock
LOL... this may take some time picking, meaning, 2mins or 120 seconds later.
Locks are one thing that standardization has hurt. It’s resulted in many locks using the same styles and tools are not hard to come by. It really wouldn’t hurt for some change to shake things up again for just at least throwing people off.
Is it just me or does this guy give you dentist vibes, "click out of 1, nothing on 2" sounds like when they look and pick at your teeth for check ups
When LPL dies, I can imagine St. Peter saying. "We'll just let you in, the locks wouldn't keep you out anyway."
I think it'd be more like St. Peter: "I'm sorry, LPL, but Heaven has a hard and fast policy that none of its servants shall unlock the gates for a lawyer." LPL: "Exact words?" St. Peter: "Exact words." LPL: "... Nice click out of one... Nothing on two... Three is binding... Nice click out of three."
Lol, I wasn't convinced until he said "this box would have been harder to pick . . Than the door" then i was sold ahahah
I rarely comment on YT, but think it might be necessary in this case. These locks were not used to prevent burglary of homes, they were used as a way to gain access to the property for sale by agents. Instead of having to literally cut many keys to the property and have agents run back and forth to pick them up from the listing office, the local board of realtors sold these boxes to RE companies. Agents were then sold all the same keys so they could get into the for sale property without having to contact listing agent for the keys.
I wonder how hard this would be on a door.
is that a supra
Boomers parents feels safe
*cleans glasses* "IS THAT A SUPRA?!"
BRO IS THAT A SUPRA!!!?!!?!
So I guess if you can pick this lock you don't need the key inside.
Looks like John "Ku Klux" Cornyn is running q-anon ads in front of your channel.
This seems like the most pick--resistant lock I've ever seen LPL demo.
_"Dude,_ *IS THAT A SUPRA?!"*
"yo is that a Supra??"
I'm a former real estate agent and we used Supras all the time. The newest ones are amazing. Setting this old one was really cool though, as I didn't know they're been around that long.
Start 1:05 End 2:52 Almost 2 minute, so much better than any other lock out there. And it's made about 50 years ago. Is human brain evolves backward at making lock? They keep making worse and worse product
Harder to open than the door... or any of the walls of your paper boxes you call houses over there on your side of the ocean ;-)
When LPL takes more than 20 seconds to pick a lock you know it's good.
i have to say, it looks like that lock is better at its job than the modern examples.
Hang that off a door or water/gas pipe and I bet the picking difficulty increases just due to positioning.