I once bought a Medeco lock from a local locksmith. He told me there's a $20,000 reward to anyone who can defeat a Medeco lock and that the reward has never been claimed. Did he lie to me?
Medeco vending locks are a joke! Picking aside four pins locks! Phooey! There are just too many keys out there! A thief loves these locks. I won't own one!
Plus Medeco locks are grossly over priced!
Medeco vending locks are a joke! Four pins and too many keys out Medeco vending locks easy to access!
now the snacks AND money are all yours!
"resistance to picking for 10 minutes" LPL and his viewers: **uncontrollable laughter**
All your snacks are belong to us
This is the video we need for the zombie apocalypse.
70 sec LPL picking equals at least 20 min professional lock factory picking which is twice the time they say. That key looks really nice. It must be real pocket eater.
In america vending machine locks have much more complexity than the the ones cops use to lock their shotguns.
I have been collecting medecos for years. I have this rare one i'd like to send you maybe u can pick it Or not get back to me if you want it.
For me this lock is a good choice for a vending-machine. Not all who want to open this are as good as LPL.
Lock: i am supposed to last 10 minutes Video: 3 minutes Something wrong here
This guy basically has Lockpicking 100 irl
I've always wounded how they work never known the insides were so complacated
0:29 LPL: on the inside of the key way there is a small plunger that needs to be depressed for the core to turn. Me: Hey plunger, you ever thought about how, insignificant we are, and how we’re bound to continue to make large mistakes throughout our lives, fucking things up perpetually until we die?
it maybe it's the hardest lock to pick on earth I think he's just gotten to good. lol
You sound like a dentist when they're rating your gums from 1-4....
Time to get me some free snacks
"At least 10 minutes" on a video with narration only 3:19 sec long
I can’t find where you’ve picked a Medeco UL437 M3 deadbolt which is considerably different than this vending machine lock or the non-M3 Medeco deadbolt you picked long ago? Is that because you might fail or you just have not had the chance? M3 is promoted as one of the most secure residential and even commercial locks for the price supposedly being nearly impossible to bump and highly difficult to pick especially the later versions that addressed some earlier exploits. Even the key blanks are supposedly unique to, and different, per locksmith/authorized vendor. Can you quickly pick a current 2020 M3 deadbolt, you don’t know, or is there a reason you have not done so on video?
So you're the one I saw picking and robbing vending machines in under five minutes
I'm about to go get me some snacks.
“It should resist picking for up to 10 minutes” *starts picking almost 2 minutes into a **3:15** video*
When you want that bag of doritos but doesnt have the $1 to buy them
I wish there was a lock which actually take 10 mins to crack open
Man i go try this at school
Doesn't the key give you insight into picking the lock? I would say a major advantage compared to opening blindly.
Guaranteed LPL is an Ashkenazi Jew. His intelligence quotient and systematic and/or asymmetrical thinking are off the charts. Not to mention, I’m a linguist and can tell he’s from the east coast originally, or moved there before the age of seven. Brilliant man. The LPL has to be part of this super minority of extreme geniuses.
"should resist picking for 10 minutes" *Looks at the length of the video* This isn't going to end well...
It should be noted, that vendors that use these are lazy and will key them all the same. So if Pepsi/coke/snack/games are all serviced by same person they will just have one key. Makes access easy to all them once one is done.
All told, this lock is looks pretty good. Given the content on this channel, I've seen a heck of a lot worse
Another excellent video! I have to ask though cause I notice you use top-of-key way tension quite often: as someone who’s straddling the novice/intermediate line, I tend to favor bottom of the key way over top because I like being able to see the pins, if only for the fact that I have another way of judging my tension if I’m having difficulties after a few tries. Do you see a benefit to tensioning at the top versus the bottom? I notice my tension tools tend to angle toward or away from the lock face, so is that something you notice less with ToK or am I just using the wrong tool? Love your videos, thanks for giving the community such a great resource!
Me cussing the LPL after spending 20min on a master lock
He never pays for his snacks.
How do you know it's 1 or 2 or 4
so more pins is better, 10 pins would take longer to pick.
The tolerances seem quite loose. Can't you simply shove a shim to where the pins are, pick them w/o tensioner, then depress the side pin?
I can just smell the chocolate!!!! 😳😳😳
“Should take ten minutes” - start of a three min vid
Why do the candy people get the good locks???
Have you ever met a lock you couldn't pick?
Bet you can't open all the ones in my city
Does the lock contain false gates
The lock keeping you from a couple dollars worth of chips is stronger than the lock protecting your several hundred dollar bike.
"10 minutes" LOL
It reminds me of the rotating locks on Skyrim.
"A lock is to keep out the honest."
I could have sworn you use the Peterson Gem fairly often, tho usually in .018.
Its amazing how informative this is because its also entertaining. I have a medeco lock on our shop door, my little brother looks at my key chain and immediately knew I had a medco key because of the angled biting on the key and only because he has watched your videos.
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Putting a gate on that plunger would make it a LOT harder to pick.
Funny how there are higher security locks on vending machines than houses. Capitalist priorities.
How is this more harder to open than that gun lock the order day
The Twinkie are secure.
UL: You won't be able to open this lock for 10 minutes! LPL: hold my beer
Imagine waking up at 3 AM, going to the kitchen to drink some water/eat a snack and you hear in your front door "Nothing on one, two is clicking"
2:52 i thought he was gonna say "but i should note...than i'm the best in the world at lockpicking and you shouldn't expect anywhere close to my results"
damn, never would have guessed the humble vending machine had a lock that went this hard
Imagine you're breaking into a house and you hear... Click on one... two is binding... Burglar: WHAT ARE YOU DO- And that's how you use a lock pick to stop a Human heart.
I'd was hoping to have seen the a cut away version of the lock .
This is the Lockpicking lawyer and I'm going to show you how to get free drinks and snacks.
How about car door locks and the tools used for them?
You should consider a side-gig in voiceover and narration.
me and the boys studying this video to rob my school blind of qaurters and pennies
When LockPickingLawyer bangs his wife: *nothing on 1...* *2 is definitely set...* *little movement on 3...*
I am a thief now sitting on someones door, searching your playlist for the way of picking the lock!
I'd love to see one of those gutted, I'm curious about how the rotation feature works
A gun safe ,open in 20 seconds, snack machine, open in 70 seconds!., America has clearly spoken about its priorities!!!
welp. did you get a job offer from UL after this video?
Do the japanese vending machine locks, it would be waaaay more useful... 😂
imagine your in the bathroom and you start hearing: "Nothing on one, two is binding, little movement on three..."
I hear that there's going to be a lot of movement OF 2.
It's very unrealistic that I would have the opportunity to examine the key prior to picking the lock. This provides quite an advantage when attacking the lock
My wife asked if I took out the garbage, I replied: “nothing on two”
This was incredibly impressive!
Free snacks in only 70 seconds.
I have drilled out a whole bunch of these locks. I wish I could do what you do. It would make my life sooo much easier.
I spent 10 years of my working life carrying a Medeco GGMK in my pocket that would open any lock in any of my company's buildings in 5 states. At the time, I was under the impression that Medeco locks were difficult to pick. Thank you, LPL, for delightfully smashing that misconception! This was awesome to see. :)
LPL picks a lock: Gets ad revenge. Me picks a lock: Gets arrested for larceny.
Hypodermic needles and piano wire can be used to line up the pins because the slots on the side are Exposed on the bottom...
Anyone know where to get a medeco core for a s&g 833?
Please help meee Should i buy manual auto pick(just like in this video) Or Pick gun
"The lock needs to be depressed in order to be opened" Me: *observe*
Person watching tv in there living room hears from out side :nothing on one
Basically this guy tells none of the lock are safe
LPL: This Is... My Dumb Ass: THE STORY OF A LOCK, TRIED TO KEEP THINGS SECURE AND MESSED IT ALL UP!
I picked the lock in a vending machine in Mt dorm at college but with a big Rock we just stole fold and soda and left we saw the cops doest sirs they caught someone stealing the money lout after we opened it and they got in trouble lol
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You're like Genz's Bob Ross
Yes, finally! Free Shnacks!
So gun vending machines are safe after all? And they said my idea was crazy
Epic. Helping peeps get the snack they "paid" for. I hate it when the vending machine tries to keep my snack.
That looks like a really tricky one.
they use round keys here. they think they are unpickable
Free chips 4 life here I come
Free Pepsi's ahead ! 😁
all the dislikes are from owners of vending machines with medeco m3 locks...