Hi, at first I would like to thank you for making me start picking. Now for my question: Why did you start picking at the back of the lock?
Darn it! Everything is unsafe to use! I just need a reasonably priced, high shackle medium sized (40ish mm) padlock that is extremely hard to pick for my favorite things! And every time I turn on his channel, he beats everything! LockPickingLawyer, got any recommendations for the average joe's to use that won't break our banks? :D
I am from Czech Republic!!!!!!!
every video when it starts out "this is.." I start singing "This is the story of a girl.."
#lockpickinglawer let me ask you this, what lock would you choose secure a public storage in a bad town? I haven't been able to study all of your videos, but are there any locks you actually recommend?
The guy who made this lived through the great northern war, which led to the fall of the Swedish empire. Broken dreams so grand...
Jsme světoví :D
Huh, legit, might have to think about using this kind of lock for things like my pool gate and electrical breaker box.
Where is you videos?
It seems to me from the description of the mechanism, it doesn't matter what you "feel" when picking the disks, they must all turn 90 degrees to line up with the keyway. The only variance in the disks is how deep are the engagements to fit the teeth on the key? Just get a pick on the disk and turn it 90 degrees and the lock should be open?
Wow, this lock is so easy to open it makes a bolt with rope on a brick look more secure. I'm sure you could fashion a lot of other metals into that shape too, doesn't seem like a good design.
Golden Czech hands 😂
This guy is the Khaib Nurmagomedov of lock picks.
Isn't this very safe because no one knows what type of tool they would need to open it?
Is there a lock that you cannot pick?
“I don’t have a good tool for this..” picks in under a minute 🤦🏻♂️
Why does the keyhole look like the Chevrolet emblem?
looks like a warded set would do the trick also lpl
Technically this is a hard to pick lock because of its archaic design. So really, it is a good security lock for low value products.
"i dont have a proper tool for this one... anyway click out of 1"
Oh hey that's my lock that I use for my personal chest in my room. I didn't know the mechanism in there is such an old design, that's so cool.
Watching you pick locks is entertaining,‘educational, and frightening.
All of your videos bring me so much joy on so many levels. All at once, they are educational, satisfying and impressive. Thank you LPL.
Why are they so reliable
"this man is correct. I don't have the tools to pick this. If you'll excuse me, I'm going to make a tool to pick this out of a household object."
Great video! Thanks for all you do!
Those have anti disc revolution rod so if they shake they will be operational.Older versions dont have that rod so if shaked those discs could move by them selves or just to jam somehow an then padlock is toasted.
Very interesting, I remember coming across some keys that resembled those keys for some type of Master lock brand, I’m thinking that that particular padlock was a dual shackle design and it wasn’t that old of a model??; They were some really different key design
For you EVERY application is a low security application!
Wow that's so simple design, and often that's a good thing.
Hail from Czech Republic. We have this kind of lock on a car gate at our cottage-summer house. It has been there for 40 years. The gate handle the lock goes through actualy rusted and fell off a year ago. The lock is still perfectly fine tho.
You bent the insert into a flag tool... without Bosnian Bill? 😥
i like to try fooling around with lockpicking, i bought some ceap tools from wish.. suprice suprice they are junk. what tools shuld a beginer buy just to have some fun?
I'll buy whatever lock you can't pick. 🤣👍👌
is there a method of making a lock that can only be opened if all pins or disks move together? so if you get one pin, once you move the second (or any other pin), the first drops?
You didn't make you tool with Bosnian Bill? 🤷♂️ Why not, do you want *all* the limelight now? 😀 That lock also took longer to pick than Master's so it's not that bad by comparison. 🤭
It amazes me to see you improvise picks and open locks.
Used in Czech Republic the most (and Slovakia too I believe), this version of the lock is used for securing places that anyone can access by just pulling the door a bit harder, there is on the other hand a 113/50 version with more discs, which our LPL the Almighty would pick slower than this one by about 10 seconds but also is far more superior to this one.
Sender speculates the lock might be secure. LPL: Opens the lock in less than 2 minutes.
Leave this man to change he owns tools with finesse to unlock a random ass lock 🙀
The tool bosnian bill and I made stares in visible disgust.
Thank you for this.
I like how he says."we got this open" like I did anything to help him open it.
How many locks are there that are NOT able to be picked? I kind of see you able to pick everything, lol :)
I think the ad i got before this video was longer than it took to pick that lock
Good Grieffffffffff, how many locks are there.......you just keep on with new stuff......have you actually found one, just one you couldn't pick open.....
This has a 30 second LPL time, that is pretty good in my book with a bonus of having to make your own tool.
This seems like the perfect LOTO lock.
"Lets give it a try" That is translation for doomsday for the lock. Lol!!
That would have fooled me. It looks like a warded key.
Would you have been able to pick it if you hadn't seen the key? If so, how did you determine the type of lock?
This lock s quite common in Czech Republic and it is actually intended to be used in low security outdoor applications. I use it to "protect" things like shed and toilet on my garden :)
My girlfriend cant understand why I watch these videos, and neither can I. I have no interest in ever picking a lock but I love these videos. And the comments are equally great.
So a fancy handcuff lock.
Thanks for lots of very insightful videos. Sorry, this is not specific response to this video, but have you seen the "yuema 750" padlock? I'm really interested in what you think about it. Could you do a video on it?
I have an old portable typewriter that has a lock like this on the case. I think it only has two discs, IIRC (I had a locksmith make a key for it when I was a kid and I remember being struck by how simple the key was).
You could've opened it with a paper clip but needed someone to make a key. You were a dumb kid.
A fun thing with calling this a Polhem lock is that Christopher Polhem also designed the first lock for ships passing by Stockholm (it was the older lock at "Slussen"). So Polhem's lock has a double meaning. What an industrious man :)
These are so soothing click out of ine into 2 nuthing there 3 feels tights just great
666th comment, oh yeah
If I were to buy one lockpick set and 1 lock to begin practicing, what are your recommendations
Please put the Arabic translation
We need this guy in tarkov
Almost impossible to buy on line darn it, I'd like one.
300 year old design, and still longer to open than a Masterlock.
Not a bad design overall. As you said, the tools to open it aren't easy to come by and it takes knowledge of lock design to adapt something to work.
This channel has been super helpful in my theft career. I recently opened a container full of souls and comic books thanks to this channel. Keep it up 👍
when you see a vid by him that only last 2:41.. just get ready to click on the next vid. LPL videos are like commercials to me. I click on them on the way to other youtube vids 😂
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Lol imagine a lock company owner face when he sees his lock in one of the thumbnails of this mad man's channel.
Soooo.. It's still better then a Masterlock. Got it.
"this lock handles the elements well" this lock may not handle the lockpickinglawyer well at all
uzload.info/fun/i5WlbKbgtqKBpn0/video (1794) Lock Booby-Trapped w/Tear Gas!
Looks a bit like the old cheap master padlocks we used to use on our bikes as kids. File off all of the teeth except the final one at the end and you had a key that would open ALL master padlocks of the same design.
"And now I will open it using this bent piece of wire that Barnacle Bill and I made.........."
LPL: Have you seen this laughable product? I think 2 seconds with a screwdriver on the lid lock is all that is need to defeat this! www.doorbox.co/
LPL: This lock design is over 270 years old Lock: Aight imma head out
Fascinating channel. On a totally unrelated note, judging by your fingernails, you may have a b vitamin deficiency.
I love how even if a lock requires a homemade customer tool and specialized knowledge of the inner workings, it's still a low security lock for your garden shed. This guys standards are exceptional.
Find a lock you can't pick
any foregin youtuber: *mentions czech republic* Czechs in comments: "Its showtime"
I live in town where Tokoz takes place and my father worked here 10yrs ago xdddd. this is so special video for me
Interesting. When I saw the key, I thought it would be some kind of warded lock.
Amateur lockpickers like LPL rely on tools to get the job done. Locklickers, however, do it without tools. Or hands. twitter.com/i/status/1318612509402738688
For any swedes he's the guy who used too be on the 500sek note
You are very right with enviromental resistance. These are actually very common in Czech Republic, plus you will often meet one of these easily 20 - 40 years old working fine. Sometimes a bit of WD-40 after long pause and thats it.
A very tasty lock
2:10 it was made by a sweed that lives in snow 10 months out of the year.
I honestly expected him to say he had some 200 year old tools designed specifically for picking these locks.
Another people i can put on my. Cool people that are Swedish list.
I love this channel. So much explained by a well-spoken guy that completely understands what he's doing. Yet, I feel sorry for anyone that know as much about locks as the LPL. I mean, how hard is it to find a lock when you need to lock something up? He sees locks in the same that way that I see zip-ties. I'll bet the locks on his house cost over $1,000 each.
Looking at the thumbnail, I thought it was a jar of jam..
how do you monetize your videos with them being so short.