damn. I have this safe. Time to get a new one, I guess.
That tool might as well be a key. Twist-PLUNK, your shit's in my trunk.
LPL, I wonder if you could use a straw or some type of stiff round piece of plastic to open this?
Well I guess I need to get a new safe.
It's harder to download honey than it is to open this safe
Honeywell : I bet you can't unlock this in 10mins LPL : 2 mins... with intro
Chris ramsay might try to spin it
Next how to open a safe with a carrot !
do you ever get cease and desists from these companies? I feel like they wouldn't like what you're doing, but should learn from your videos. Just curious.
Do a video showcasing the safes you FAILED to open lol. That way people know what to buy. I’ve had enough entertainment from you embarrassing safe manufacturers lol. Show me what’s GOOD
it is a big problem with all product with big brand name, big investment bank get their dirty hon on them and cash a lot of profit on the name it self a bit like what we saw with bowing and intel not making a 10 nm working for a coupple of years. basicaly they are making a lot of money destroing reputation and jobs and even life.
Hey i've installed one of these! *Looks at title* Oh no
2minute video 1.58 telling us how Honeywell should be ashamed 0.02 to unlock the safe
I wonder if it can be opened with a magnet.
Just watched this video getting dressed for a bike ride. Knowing I will not want to get my new shower caddy set up after biking, I went to cut the little zip ties and two of them were on so tight I couldnt get scissors under. So I thought, well, these should be shimmable if I can find a tiny rigid... Cheap button on the table with a sharp pin clasp from an event... If I rotate the zip tie as far as it will go to apply a little tension and try to peel the gripper back... It will slide a little bit open and the scissors are in! Thanks LPL!
I think this might be the first time I've seen LPL angry about something. Most of the time it's more disappointment with crappy locks, but here he actually seems pissed.
Recommendation for gun safes?
You should do the Brady SafeKey Lockout Padlock - Steel Shackle Vertical Clearance www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07RFT5GD2?psc=1&ref=ppx_pop_mob_b_asin_title
Could pick it faster like that then opening it normally
Some of the locks you encounter are probably difficult to pick when they are still attached to a door or bicycle and you are trying to pick it in cold wind or rain. Sadly this does look like a lock that you could defeat blindfolded and in the shower. (Please do not make a video series recorded in the shower).
there's an even easier way to unlock these types of safe. I have a Yale branded one and if I put it on the floor and give it a sharp bang on the top with a fist whilst slightly twisting door opening handle the force of the blow is enough to bounce the solenoid inside down and allow the locking bar to slide over the top. no tools, no damage.
What's this safe meant for? Handguns?
How long would it take to pick if someone epoxied over that "manual backup lock"? Is it needed to replace the battery? Is the electrical component as easy to hack as the physical? An advantage to knowing a weakness is that it can be corrected, errr...., destructively.
Tubelocks can be defeated using a bic pen too.
Can you recommend a good safe?
Since when is honeywell a reliable brand name?
I would never buy a safe with an inch of plastic on it
Do you think you can pick the bunker safe in Nova Scotia?
Can someone make a 10hr video of him saying 'subscribe, subscribe, subscribe...' ?
I don't see this product offered at the Harbor Freight Tools Web site. Searching on "safe", all the results are branded "Union Safe Company", a Harbor Freight made-in-China house brand. Maybe they're as good, or better than the Honeywell Model 5101 DOJ. Who knows? It is, however, offered through Amazon.com for $54 by a licensee calling themselves the "Honeywell Safes & Door Locks Store". They're charging at least $20 too much, in my opinion. The 5101 DOJ might be useful as a decoy in case of burglary.
LOL! That was super-fast.
you can also just hit it on the top hard enough and turn the dial at the same time as the solenoid and the shitty spring go back.
LockPIckingLawyer burns are the best. lol
Is it possible to buy an otherwise good safe and replace the tubular core with a good one? If so, are there any flaws in the common electronic mechanism that these also all seem to use?
Is that 6001 on the core the bitting code? *facepalm*
Yeah, really cheap ;-(
Homeboy was so insulted by this lock that he didn't even open it a second time to make sure it wasn't a fluke.
So... just buy the harbor freight version, spend a few bucks on a good lock for the bypass, add a spring to the solenoid and I'll have a more secure safe and plenty of money left over for a couple cases of beer.
May be biased but I've never found Honeywell to make any 'quality' product, even ones they make in house are often considered the cheap, crappy option.
When growing up a long time ago, I noticed that companies CARED about their name and reputation... customer service and the "customer is always" right type business models. Today... it's a JOKE. They don't care how long you have been supporting their company, how much money you have spent with them and customer service is a thing of the past. I'm impressed that they are still in business honestly. Many of these companies have lost a customer for life (me).
it does suck to look on the market, some not even cheap and find most safes are just piles of junk with massive flaws. the browning and fort knox pistol safes look pretty good quality he should do some vids with those
HoneyWell share price just fell by 12%
It's nice to see some other corporate entities besides Master Lock take a video lashing
How to drop a company´s stock index to 0 in 125 seconds.
Ads take longer then it does for him to open this
Honeywell has a "great" reputation because lower and middle class consumers have such low expectations - generally believing that higher price equals higher quality. Durability and Longevity of "premium" products are subjective in that these products only have to outperform and outlast the cookie-cutter Chinese knockoffs. Honeywell is a corporation, above all. The first rule of corporate indenture is that "there must be a profit." Cheaply manufacturing inferior products and marketing them through budget stores like Harbor Freight are just two strategies employed in an ongoing economic downturn over the last several years. You can rest assured that the shareholders and executives of Honeywell do not rely on their products for air circulation and air quality, or security, in their own homes.
1:44 Global warming just got worse because of that burn.
The buttkicking once the Honeywell's CEO sees this will likely last longer than two minutes and six seconds.
"This is the LPL and what I've got for you today is..." *sneezes* Lock opens....
Is that "hidden" keyhole common in other safes, or is it just this one?
Most people are woefully ignorant about locks and security. A landlord of a house I once rented was very proud of the tubular door lock he installed to satisfy a previous woman tenant who wanted a more secure lock. Both ignored the fact that the door had a large window and a knob on the inside of the lock. Also, when I locked myself out, one good kick opened the door with very little noise. I figured, correctly, that repairing the door jamb and replacing the cheap diecast lock body would be cheaper and easier than replacing the broken window.
Splodge of epoxy would fix that flaw.
It takes a company 50 years to build a reputation, and just a few moments for the locking picking lawyer to destroy it -----Me
0 fu*ks given by honeywell. They're too busy counting the CCP yens.
I lost the key and the battery died inside, I emailed Honeywell and they wanted proof of purchase then charge me to send a master key to open it, now I know how to open it cheap then toss out the stupid safe!!
So the back up is the weak link....if I super glue it...is it still a bad safe?
That wasn’t a safe, that was an unsafe !
Ouch! less than 2 seconds. No better way to say: " Your Product Sucks"!
Imagine if LPW was a character in payday 2 and instantly having lockpick aced and other stuff
Cash vs Rep. cash always wins these days and is probably why our world is so fucked up.
Honest lawyer ASSUMES that the Safe Company paid a Licence fee to Honeywell. Cynical UZload viewer chuckles, and goes away to start up a Channel called "Fake Trademark Investigator "
What do you do with all the locks and now safe after you are done with them?
What safe would you recommend? Something that is similar to that.
Sade? Or safe? I hate the internet too! 😂😂
Does he return the safes, locks, etc after he is finished with them?
The fact that the title says "sade" is perfect because this has no right to be called a "safe"
This is not a safe... It's a cry for help This is the kind of decision a company makes when they are past their Zenith. They are well established and known for their qualities, so they decide to milk them, instead of keeping them up. Short term, people will buy because of the low price. Then they will realize the cheap product is awful and the name of the company will be dragged to dust, because many more affordable new products were sold than the sum of all previous products. Now that the reputation is destroyed, they compete against a myriad of price first alternatives. In the end they close or fail
Mister Lawyer, I think you may have misspelled the title
You don't really need the pick either. I opened mine (the same safe, different branding) with a potato when the battery died. Just smack it on the top while turning the knob. It's a weak magnet inside that is the problem.
Sades are super sade
Can you recommend a good affordable small safe
I was about to comment that you misspelled "safe" in the title, but it's not really a safe. 🤔
I personally love these types of videos. Its kind of telling me what safes NOT to get
I suspect rather that Honeywell Marketing department have no idea about the relative security properties of safes, and so just licenced the name anyhow. No physical viewing, even, of the product.
It would actually take a criminal a least a day to open the safe. They have to watch this video and then order the tubular pick on Amazon Prime for next day delivery. Then they can open the safe.
Can you have a go at just smacking the the top of it and see if the solenoid jumps out? I had a similar one where you could do that!
Now i am embarrassed to live in NC.
Why? Fine State, NC!
I need safe recommendations any tips LawPickingLawyer
A blow with a rubber club at the top opens the safety cabinet faster..🤪
What's the point of the keypad on it then?
Shame..... shame..... shame .....
These are only used in hotel rooms, how common is it that these are broken into? Unless there is a targeted attack can the risk/reward be worth it?
Steel security sade!
Die Kuchenblechmafia hat wieder zugeschlagen
Security sade 😂😂
This doesn't surprise me in the least. We deal with Honeywell's Aerospace divisions often (both as an OEM and licensed repair station) and they've garnered the nickname "Moneywell" around our company cause they'll do just about anything to make a buck. I've never seen a company so money hungry so yeah i can totally see them licensing their name to just about any minor product to make a quick buck. They know that even with crap quality stuff in their lower consumer product lines , they have such a massive foothold in major industries like defense and aerospace, that this crap will have 0 negative impact.
So, if a customer install this safe and reads honeywell, he will never buy the security products of them because if they selll crap on safes, the other products won't be better as conclusion. This is how to end companys the hard way.
Video length is 2:06. Actual time picking is about 0:03. That is a disgraceful product.
Licencing out your reputation for money? That is wrong on so many levels. Shame on you Honeywell et al.
sade = sad safe
I wanna know what safes and locks LPL uses