HOW MANY GUNS DOES THIS MANS OWN
what next?! "bank vault lock picked with commodore 64"?!??!!?!?
Quicker picking it than using it as intended
There is, what something like 27 combos anyway, so even if a teen doesn't know how to subvert the lock they will still be able to unlock it in a couple minutes.
Stop insulting this product! IM getting tired liking every comment
@LockPickingLawyer thanks man, you make me laugh in a difficult moment.
Video starts: "This is the lock picking lawyer...", and i am smiling already 🥰
Good ol nail file. Saved me from being locked out of my own home many time.
Yo. This was my first watch on this channel and it caught me SUPER off guard. He just went straight at it and boom the video was done
When he says “okay folks” the video is a wrap
some of these are so bad it makes me angry even though Id never own one anyway
Lmao it’s faster to pick it open then to use the actual keypad.
What is the BEST home safe to buy ?
Probably takes about a minute 20 to bruteforce every combination of those three buttons, too.
That’s so embarrassing for the maker 😂
Love your videos but "In any case" is becoming f'ing annoying!
When it's quicker to pick open than to normally open it 😂😐
yknow, cinemasins always bashes on movies for the whole "open a lock with any thin straight piece of metal" but i'll give movies a pass on that from now on after seeing that lock just jiggle open with a nail file
Next episode opening lock with my breath
It's quicker to pick it than to use the keypad 😳
It's sad to see something that someone might get in an attempt to keep their kids safe, opened with a zero skill attack faster than opening it the intended way
That's not a lock it's a opening knob! The nail file opened it faster that the actual unlocking mechanism.
The weakpoint of electronic locks is always the mechanical backup, it really does seem like they'd be better off without them.
Especially when curious adolescents have access to LPL videos.
Yikes! Thanks for letting us know!
Surly it would take longer to use the key....
The little curve at the end of the nail file doesn't look like anything I have on my files. Is it a customized design perhaps?
Are there any locks you havent or couldnt pick?
"Vinglig" in Swedish means "wobbly" or "flimsy". How apt.
Damn, he destroys these company’s.... the nail file was just disrespectful... I love it!! Lol
Paused at :21 I already see a security issue with the exposed hinge
Was that like 1 second?! 🤔
Hola cara de guanábana (no mentira, solo lo digo porque no me entienden, y porque me da risa. Además estás traduciendo ésto justo ahora)
wtf did i just watch?!
LPL makes me wonder why they're even called "safes" in the first place
Another safe company gone bust in less than 2 minutes!
Hopefully your first defense against a curious child is education, not an interesting box!
I just don’t bother with gun safes, teach your kids to not touch it unless they need to shoot someone.
That's the same one my dad has... Sweet!
The Nail file took less time than the passcode..
While yes this is bullshit I dont get why he thinks every kid knows about lockpicking and that who ever is trying to break in will know everything about the model and its weaknesses though I think he is testing them as if someone like himself with extensive knowledge of locks and breaching techniques for them is trying to access it
Can you please do a gun safe video that has safe you recomend for in the home and kid safe please.
LPL: releases video under 2 min. Me: oh he about to ruin that man's career
I see a lot of bad comments about this box! I think there is one thing we can all agree on; If LPL wants something the only way to stop him from getting it is a bullet!
This is the perfect "safe" for people who live in States with Draconian lockup laws, so you can obey the letter of the law when you would prefer to just leave it on your nightstand...
Dang it. I blinked and missed it.
Do a voice activated one
This guy is a god
Lil epoxy will fix that
if the said curious teen didnt know, he sure does now. Snap - Click
LPL: *Doesn't want adolescents to be able to access a gun safe* Also LPL: *Show's how you can easily open a gunsafe to a primarily adolescent audience*
They really nailed it on that design.
the electronic lock took longer than the pick!
Every time he introduces himself, Nine Days - Absolutely starts playing in my head immediately after "This is".... fml I need to stop watching youtube videos late at night
Okay guys, in today's video will be picking the lock to this bank of America vault door. Video Run Time: 49 seconds
The lock is marked 007. Ironic
Don't Bring A Nail File To A Gun Fight . Don't Bring A Nail File Home .
The only way to stop a curious adolescent accessing your firearm is to not have one. The choice is yours! 😂
When ti's that easy. I have to think that the people who designed and built it know full-well it's a pos..
Click out of...this piece of crap box.....
when you take your 'adolescent' shooting or hunting, they aren't curious. In fact, they develop a healthy respect for the power and danger of a firearm. You know that test where they put a fake gun in a second grade class to see what the kids would do if they found a gun? Well, around here they tried that and the kids did exactly what they were supposed to. They told an adult they found it and they didn't touch it.
Hi, what do you think about just disabling these backup key locks on electronic safes? Open it up and remove the cam arm. It seems to often be your attack vector to these safes.
I thought it was a phone XD.
The Vingli EZ-Open lockbox. A real winner. Why don't they make the front out of clear acrylic too?
Company: Oh boy The lock picking lawer did a video on our lock, hope it performed well LPL: *Makes Video only **1:20** long* Company: .....Fuck
Manufacturer: "can anyone think of a way to increase sales?" Employee: "Increase quality?" Manufacturer: "sounds expensive. How about we just add a couple more adjectives to the name?"
Damn there's some trash products out there man
Could you do a video on chastity belts please ?
It took longer to input the code and wait for the motor to open it, than to pick the lock (which cuts out the motor).
"I'm the Lockpicking Lawyer and today, I open this lock with nothing else but my tongue. I thutht preth my kongue ong the thylynder here ang wiggle ik a bik... *slurping noise* ... and we got it open. Let's lock it back up an try again to see, it's not a fluke... *slurp* ... OK folks, that is just inexcusable and leaves a bitter taste in my mouth. In any case, that's all, I have today..."
Just found you. Great stuff - and with this one you may have actually saved a life or two at some point. Bet these manufacturers H8 you, lol. Not into lock picking myself, but is quite satisfying watching you do it. Your commentary is smooth, informative, easygoing and eschews fluff, keeping your vids amazingly terse. This is the third vid of yours I've watched, and now gonna sub-up and binge some more, haha.
Yep cheap and I bet expensive too for fools
Fact: Anything can be opened with a nail file.
When the youtube ad is longer than the time it took LPL to open the "Safe".....
Thanks for continuing to draw attention to the obvious weak link that are wafer locks. For some of these I'd be curious to see if you could just disable / disconnect the back up lock so it didn't do anything and then illustrate the next easiest entry method so the comparisons become more meaningful.
Might still be a bargain if you put in a new mechanical lock if it is easy to change? Probably one from a german style letterbox or office filing cabinet ;-) . LPL then still will open it in seconds but probably only slightly faster then more expensive ones. Probably he can recommend one which fits, still keeps the price low and is at least the same security level as the electronic one.
Low hanging fruit
Thanks to you there's no such thing as a gunsafe my kids can't just youtube their way into...hahahah
Next video: Opened With A Gun: Electronic Nail File Safe
Wow alright. A lot of these tend to be shimming in the right spot with some soda can that takes some prior knowledge. This is just flat out a bad and easy lock manipulation. With a very basic and accessible tool.
Jesus Christ ridiculous
So the nail file is quicker than the actual opening mechanism
We can protect your weapon! *small print: however. If your wife wants to kill you she can...*
You can also probably Just drop it onto its corner. It would pop right open. Did that to my brinks brand lockbox when I lost the key
Haha! The preroll ad for this video was for a gun safe. They have no idea where they are treading.
When you're just filing your nails and accidentally gain access to a glock
Everything in LPL’s house can double as a pick
I'm pretty sure this box is for people that live in places that require them to have a gun safe and nothing more so I cant really say its a bad product.
why am i not getting notified?
Is there a list somewhere that of all the locks that lpl would recommend? This channels great at making me not trust any lock
“My skills are constantly evolving and improving” The year is 2152. The Lockpicking Emperor has tracked down the last leg of the resistance. As he comes upon their hiding place, he discovers it has the most modern, unpick-able lock on the door. He laughs as he sets his tool bag down and puts his hand on the lock. It melts immediately. “Nice try, Ulrich.” He whispers to himself as he pushes open the door. Stolen comment from an earlier video. Figured it needs more recognition. Believe the user name was "milk man" or "the milk man".
OK I'm now hooked on these videos. They act as some kind of relaxing meditation for me somehow. My big question is has he found a lock he hasn't been able to pick/compromise yet as I'm struggling to find one?
Makes me curious if you could do an escape room in seconds.
Maybe we could glue that lock's keyhole so we can still have that 'security bargain' 😂
does it have a code lockout/alarm? Because brute-forcing a 2³ combination couldn't take more than a minute at most