"Low skill jiggling attacks" 🤣
when your lock is made out of plastic you dont put any serious consideration into the quality of the lock core
One bypass would be smashing the bottle
Kids: bye dad have a nice weekend away with mom....... gets the lads round and watches this video before the party
Normal teenager: They locked the booze! I'm going to my friend's place. LPL as teen: I'll just pick it open, no problem.
Wait, what? U.S. Americans lock their bottles up when they have kids? What a bunch of freaks..
Please do Samsung digital door lock. Thanks.
Its almost like LPL is getting married soon and some internet wise guys are helping fund the open bar?
The ass wooping from tampering with the cork and the seal would be enough of a deterrent for a thirsty teenager.
What teenager has a wafer jiggler
You can also just break them off with a sharp kick or melt the plastic
Can you pick the cork tho?
Kids watching: 👀
I think the sheer fact that its wine is enough to keep a teenager away lol
Those liquor locks suck ass. I know from first hand experience, it didn't curb the underage drinking. It was actually more rewarding to drink it after simply sticking a flathead screwdriver in the lock, and forcefully turning it open lol
Teenager before: Cant get into it. Teenager after lock picking lawyer: THANKS dude!
I dare to belief that the majority of teens will not have the same tool as you used here...
Parents: my alcohol is safe I can leave house Child: I watched LPL, I opened bottle and got drunk
Real men just chug the alcohol before their kids do
Not related to this video, but I havent seen anyone use a Portable Bandsaw for locks, bike chains. Just Angle Grinders. More quiet, no sparks, not as loud, metal stays cooler. Do they not work on locks?
Where was this guy when I was a teenager?
I didn't know how much i needed a wafer jiggler.
wait is there a hole in the top? can't they still just pour it out? or am I not seeing correctly?
I picked a lock at my high school with a clothes hanger. Like the locks on the doors. Took about 7 secs.
I tell my son (teenager 15 years) to stay away from the bottles and he stays away because i trust him. On the other hand- He can ask me if he wants to taste some wine if he just asks me if thats bescessary. A normal relationship between parents and children is the thing if you dont want to rely on crappy locks like this one ;-) BTW i think my son will easily get that lock open but not as fast as LPL.
The next challenge should be Fort Knox with Government approved supervision (so they don't shoot you) the government might even employ you, like the Keymaker from The Matrix. Or try the motorbike ignition locks (a new feature on newer models like Kawasaki)
I can't be the only one that thought that he will be shaking the bottle violently
I just lock my teenager up and enjoy my alcohol by myself because I drink alone.
I’m pretty sure those teenagers are creating the wafer pick in their metal shop class
Low skilled jiggling attack sounds like a move the obligatory pervert would use in an anime.
Just don't jiggle it open when having it on Champaign.
Double sided wafer jiggler. Sounds like a fishing lure.
why not open it with a fork or spoon as you open a beer!?!
Its not for teenagers. Its for alcoholic house wives.
TBH unless they watch you or do research it should stop teenagers.
Just get a hammer...
Nice I was wondering how to open my dads liquor. Thanks
I'm 31 by the way... lol 😆
Pfft I am sure this just inspires to try that fancy sword method if it was secure
"Low-skilled jiggling attacks" is not something I expected to hear today
I literally thought he was just going to shake the bottle and the lock would somehow come undone. I can imagine that'd be one of his party tricks for guests. "Try to open this bottle." *they try a few brute force ways but fail and hand it back* "Now watch as I show you how to pick this lock" *starts gently shaking it* "Click out of one, two is binding..."
Thanks for the tip, where can I buy a double sided jiggler?
To be fair, there's not much that will stop a teenager that wants access to alcohol.
how about just teach your kids discipline and respect?
Or just break the plastic
And now, every teenager watching this channel knows how to get to the falling over juice.....
i just got notified right now for this vid tf
is it a wafer core or a standard pinned core?
"I don't have any confidence it will thwart a teenager trying to get in the liquor cabinet" well yeah not now that you've uploaded a video showing them how to force entry their way in
"This is the lockpicking lawyer. I was looking to get turnt today after work today but the only bottle in the house is locked up. due to a massive design flaw I have found a way to exploit this lock." *smashes bottle on table, pours the one remaining drop of wine into a cup* "That's all I have for you today."
Have you ever seen a quality “gimic” lock. I recall the ice cream lock & it wasn’t very effective either.
Thanks man now I can drink
you can open them locks by twisting them in the opposite direction takes a few seconds and can be done in less than 1metre walked from shelf to counter
Where were you when I was 16?????
Hi who are you and what do you have for me today?
Boooo only alcohol I expect much better for someone who introduces themself so pimpdrugdealerishly. Hard drug locks or bust.
Was there ever a lock you couldn't open 😄
I just want to thank you for not having ads. Thanks for that an keeping true to a simple channel that isn't trying to replace your day job.
What happened to let's close/lock this up again and try it one more time to make sure it wasn't a fluke??? hmmmm
Many thanks, my girlfriend won't be happy about this.
Who the he’ll breaks into wine like tf
That's not the end is it... can a teenager make one of those jigglers out of junk and packaging he can find around the house? Can it be jiggled open with school and writing utensils?
Isn't the foil on the neck a temper seal? XD
I love your video's but I wish they were all the same volume!
Err, the plastic cap is the tamper proof seal. that lock wouldn't stop a corkscrew anyway.
Could you push the black metal piece towards the bottle to take the pressure off the lock to make it easier to jiggle?
“Low-skill Jiggling Attack” sounds like a Pokémon move
Can confirm these will not stop a teenager who wants your alcohol.
Lifesaver been looking for a way to break into these for ages
14,000 teens just searched Amazon for "double sided wafer jiggler"
nobody is talking about the wine
The best security mechanism would be good parenting in this case
U know wer i can get dem keys 😊😊
"15 - 30 seconds" Huh it must be quite difficu- Oh nevermind, there it goes.
So..... nobody noticed that the top is open anyway? There is no need to even remove the lock to open the bottle.
Wouldn't the open/empty bottle be a far better "tamper seal"...
But it's a cork! No need to remove anything. Steal the bottle, use keychain corkscrew, T-shaped, enjoy wine. The lock does nothing to inconvenience you.
If you think you need this product to begin with you need to rethink your life.
Ok, but to be fair, I wouldn’t expect my child to have a jiggle pick.
Tallen Smith I’m not even old enough to drink much less have kids. I’m just simply stating a fact.
Naiyou If you’re kid is going out of his way to cut up a pan to make a juggler, I STILL think you have bigger issues than wether or not your wine lock will get picked,
it’s not that hard to make a wafer jiggler out of a soda can and a pair of scissors.
If you need to put a lock on your bottle of wine, maybe you should make some changes in your life.
I've broken hundreds of these when I was a teenager. Push up, wiggle real hard, and they break apart.
Just saw uk drama series 'the capture' where he broke into apartment fron door using the revilving base of an oral b toothbrush mechanism shoved in the lock and turned on to rotate inside lock. Possible?
that hinge pin looks pathetic also. whats the betting you could prise the plastic over the top of it
Oh Hello Mr. Wolf 😎
What will prevent the teenager from jiggling that open is his dad's belt.
And to think of how cool the name Tantalus is for a bottle lock... A waste, really.
so it's basically a reusable child lock
weird. this isn't whiskey
BUT WHAT IF IT WAS A FLUKE?
Easier way to get to the booze: put locked bottle in a clean pillow case, put case in a pan, hit bottle with hammer.
Ok so the kid giggles the lock open then drinks the wine, then has to refill, recork and re srink rap the neck of the bottle to delay the adults noticing the wine has gone.
wot does pptbbaim mean lol
But their is already a temper seal on a bottle of wine...
We used to use these as anti-theft devices in our store...
"... to stop a teenager who wants access to alcohol". This product will not sell well, or not at all, in Europe (may be with the exception of few countries).
Just let the kids be plastered at age 12. They won't touch it for years afterwards.
Am I crazy in thinking if you need a lock to stop your kid from drinking your booze then maybe you should just not have alcohol in the house?
Kind of pointless imo. Or maybe it's for people with family issues.
1:22 Nothing stops a teenager that wants access to alcohol 🥳