LOl now do it without the magnet???? Those locks are for idiots however the magnet thing is cool. Oh my childhood was dull.
Ohhh, that retro packaging...
Wow I have this lock and it took me 2 minutes to open it. You saved me so much time. Thank you!
Last time I saw someone scramble for that long I got burnt eggs in return.
if a lock manufacturer ever asks to hire you as a consultant to design a padlock. accept the deal regardless of its pay. also it needs to be recording for our sake :)
Man my method is better i drop an anvil on it
Thanks LPL. Of course, a magnet with that field strength would have been quite large, 40 years ago. So my question is, Can that lock be decided with a 1980 bar or horseshoe magnet?
All the lock manufacturers are taking notes
I want to be scrambled
It sure looks similar to cards trick
Lpl is the best when it comes to vulnerability in a lock.
Awesome way to achieve this bypass. Very cool
What if they used stainless steel?
Hi lock.pickinglawyer I was told by my wife that she sean a video of someone make a house key dipping it Lysol I've look for that video but couldn't find it have you heard anything like that
Wow, magnets. The attack vectors just keep getting more interesting.
Company should turn bug into a feature. Just include a free magnet with each new lock sold!
Maybe companies should just stop using steel and steel alloys, and use something non-magnetic.
I actually tried this on my Presto 2540 right after I watched the 2620 video and was very surprised when I saw this behavior. It was even being used to lock something in the cabinet where I store my strong magnets.
That was the longest scramble Ive ever seen
It's always a bad lock when the key just slows LPL down.
PLEASE recommend a decent combination lock.
should have said hey presto, open!
Walking around picking all the locks at bike racks and unlocking lockers anything I missed
I been a fan of this hobby channel because I have found it interesting and maybe I missed it, maybe UZload doesn't like me, but is there any locks that aren't easily picked or safe to use? It always seems like every lock outside of a puzzle can be opened in less than a minute or so. It kinda makes me feel like locks are unsafe.
These locks are pathetic . You might as well print the word “lock “ on what ever it is you want to lock and that would have about the same effect.
That's funny 2518 is my pin number, the world sure is crazy. What a coincidence!
That old one looks so 70s.
"And presto! Open our locks with ease, hassle free!"
How to get into India's Vault B?
I need to start carrying magnets
The real reason he unlocks it so fast with out seeing is hes and earth bender and can see the other side with out seeing it🙃
I don't know how this guy is not the World Lock Organisation Director-General yet.
Lpl do you remember the first lock you picked
0:25 Be honest, ya’ll thought he was about to say “Presto!”
Does a magnet work like this on a rotary combination lock. Like a Dudley Lock.
Can you pick this kind of lock? facebook.com/146505212039213/posts/7411628515526810/
Your the best -
Thanks, I just unlocked my Lockwood 4 digit padlock, I'd lost the combination ! Bloody brilliant idea, I owe you one ! Magnets are crazy little suckers !
Lpl has achieved the power of magnet knowledge
you should remix this to show the scrambling on loop for like 23 minutes straight. See if anyone watches the entire thing. ;)
I usually just pull the shackle up to bind the locking mechanism, can you do it to most lock that you can bypass?
I have a question my wife and I are buying a house and how do I tell if the locks are master keyed ( as in video 301) or do you think that we should replace all the locks? If you think we should replace them what brand do you recommend?
So I went and got a game called escape room in a box. The locks are plastic so it's not meant for security. But they are still locks. I never thought I would ever use any information from this channel to help me but I was actually able to unlock one of them by feel and by using a small metal shim
You recently posted several magnet attacks on standalone keypad locks. All of them have aluminum (or even plastic) casing. I wonder why none of them use steel casing or soft iron sheet. Just like a Faraday cage shields you from external electric shocks, a magnetically susceptible case can shield the relay from external magnetic interference. Any idea? Aluminum could be cheap. But at scale, steel is not really expensive.
Watching this channel makes me think that no lock is a good lock
Hey can i send you a Soviet lock i have documents and it has the price on it
im gonna get a strong magnet and will casually stroll along a storage facility, and test it on all the padlocks there.
Soon enough LPL will unlock the mysteries of the Universe
Can you give this a Crack? uzload.info/fun/p6yulV6ex26Kx5s/video
Do lock manufactures hire this guy as a consultant for their new products?
ya know, do you ever find a lock that is actually half way decent?
So basically the scrambling js the sub skills of fingering. : Someone moans.
I’m having real difficulty picking a shenling lock I don’t know what it is I’m doing wrong I know you’ve gone into detail on the basics but I can’t figure this lock out! I’ve tried raking but it just doesn’t seem to want to work. I can pick see through locks under a minute but I’ve spent whole days on this lock it’s the only one I’ve tried to pick that isn’t see through. Is it just a case of practice or is it just a matter of something specific I need to do to get better?
"I'll just use this magnet to add dramatic tension".
Try the 1694 magnetic padlock next.
What makes this even worse today, there are many steel variants (austenitic steel) that aren't magnetic to the same cost as the ferro-magnetic steel variants. So really this is a huge F up in my opinion.
I see why they are called presto lock cause they magically open with a neat trick.
Try to pick a supreme walk
Masterlock approved !
You should start ranking the locks and generate a buyer's guide!
I thought i will saw the table in MrBeast live challenge
Hey, is it Your cat? uzload.info/fun/rpWweIDdz5qEvXk/video
If I'm ever locked up I want the LPL on my side.
Do you have any magnets for sale?
Hey Presto, and its open !!!
When you see you own lock model in a lock picking lawyer vid Me;haha im in danger
Could they just use an austenitic stainless steel? Which I guess makes it more expensive, but would also make it rust resistant and non-magnetic.
Presto, the italien word for fast. Makes sense. Nobody will waste any time opening this lock.
The trouble is LPL is so skilled with his hands (despite the fat thumbs) that I don't entirely trust that he doesn't know the combo he scrambled to.
Can we get a Lishi tool review? Would love to hear your take on this device.
next lock i will open with a hairbrush.
Wasn't expecting that trick 👍
Is there a lock you can't open?
Can someone tell me if he ever picked a cross shaped lock?(One that has pins on every side)
Has there ever been a combination lock on this chanel that's actually a decent lock? Seems like they all have the same weaknesses to some degree.
Do the Tapplock lite
This is the LPL and today I’m going to decode this lock with a pubic hair.
Nicely done ✅
Stop helping thieves!!!!!!!!
Cautionary tales for lockmakers, that's a whole new level of semantic field.
A good point about this method is that it also just looks like you don't remember the combo to your lock. Much more unsuspecting than picking or a blowtorch.
"As always, have a nice day." Didn't FPS Russia end all his videos with that?
Hey can you lockpick a Halliburton briefcase? I was watching Lost and they made it seem like you couldn't lockpick it, and that you could only open it with brute force. I instantly thought of you and figured you could pick it.
So that's why those locks are branded "Presto"? 😂
To kill time I've started doing an online course to learn to be a locksmith Well, all the supermarkets seem to be offering special shopping times for key workers
Presto brings to mind the slogan some magicians used as part of their acts. LPL failing to say "Presto" before opening the shackle of this woefully vulnerable combination lock is a missed opportunity. =)
Presto! it's open! Truth in advertising.
I wonder if all these magnet vulnerabilities will eventually innovate the material used for internal components... like, how viable would tungsten carbide be, were cost not a factor?
Hey thank you for all of your videos. I am not a lockpicker by any means. your videos are so well done and informative that I just watch them out of total enjoyment. Great work keep Em coming ! Thank you for sharing your expertise!!!
The world’s criminals would like to thank you for your wealth increasing service. 😆😂🤣
haha :) im pretty sure a magnet is the LPL's new favorite tool :) so many good magnet vulnerability videos of late :)
Aye good short vid drinking game, everytime the man says combination, take a shot 😂😂🙏 good luck
At this point, I'm starting to root for the locks. Poor things never see it coming when the LPL gets his hands on them.
PrestO ChangeO Unlocked
Wait, shouldn't a "combination" lock actually be called a "permutation" lock? combination locks could be opened with four numbers in any position (ex. 4725 works as well as 5742). permutations require an order, so only 4725 will work and no other commination of those numbers.
@Isaac Evans Exactly. I, myself, now have way too much time to ponder things like why does the power company sell us energy while the "energy used" figure on a package of light bulbs is given in units of power? (Okay, rethinking this I guess they really mean "energy used per unit of time" which reduces to power. Lordy, I need to get out of the house...)
haha that's what a month of not going anywhere does to you.
You are correct. You are also even more pedantic than I. And that's saying something... 😁
God in Revelation: "Seal up the words of the seven thunders so no one can hear them until the appointed time." LPL: "Hi I'm the lock picking lawyer and I have something very special for you today"
2 for 1 special! How stats are misleading. 2 locks 2 minutes. Average of 1 per minute. ....yea, that's not an accurate depiction.