It's be funny if he had the magnet under the table and waved his other hand over the lock as it opens
So cute little lock =)
Now I’m curious how that tool he got works in it’s intended use case.
It seems the Chinese ripped off 'The Benji Lock' from Shark Tank. I wonder if the Benji Lock is also sensitive to magnets...🤔 @LPL maybe interesting for a video?
If I ever want a chuckle, this is where I come... Resistance is Futile!
LPL's hidden identity is Ali Baba! "Open sesame!"
WTF is this sorcery?
its called a Lamello Invis Mx2 6100301 MiniMag Drill Adapter with Insert and it cost 139$ usd
Bro, how do you figure this sh!t out? I feel so inferior.
Binging through your videos and i saw you open a police car shotgun lock with a magnet. There's other videos of you opening locks with magnets which made me wonder if that product could be used. Looks like you were a few steps ahead of me. But with that being said, could you magnetize a lock in order to open it with an Invis mx2 Minimag?
Makes me wonder if simply holding it next to a spinning power drill would open it. Probably not brushless motor drills.
😂 🤣 These lock companies probably have been staking out your house, just to get a picture of your face for their recreation rooms dartboard.
Is there any links for the lock? I would like a simple lock for my junk stuff.
Honestly for $10 (hell even £10), this would be good to simply deter family and friends - you don't even need to care about a key! I would want to know if the fingerprint recognition gives a lot of false positives, though...
I actually wouldn't mind a lock like this. Something i could put on a backpack while biking. Who's gonna bring a spinning magnet with them? It wouldn't be to prevent people from getting into the bag, just slow them down. Also if the finger print sensor is solid, then the mechanism itself could be used in a lot of hobby projects.
Ahh, he reversed the polarity of the neutron flow.
Hold it near an electric tooth brush charger and see what happens...
Too cool! 💪😎👍
Is that a bottle opener?
Can u test the matise 2 from igloohome
someone has to stop him
Great. Now only +2,1 million people know about these tricks
i was like, oh no it has no keyhole, this guy be like there's nothing he can't beat
Whaaaa... surely the metal casing of the internal motor, is iron, and as such, shielded?? This should't work on normal off-the-shelf dc motors at all! It might be worth autopsying that lock, I have a feeling either the motor body is non-ferrous or you're rotating something that isn't the motor.
Is there any lock in this world you can’t unlock???
LPL is turning into David Blaine! :-) He'll be opening locks underwater while holding his breath next! :-D
Omg. LPL enters the realms of James Bond now. Jesus i love this channel (and I have no idea why because I couldn't even pick my nose).
All the locks in existence are scared of your voice.
I'd love to be able to have a look inside this guys toolbag. I bet it's full of crazy looking tools.
magnetic shielding is just more magnets like they used in the speakers
My parents have a lock almost like this... guarding my stuff(electronics) and now i know how to gst past
So, *that's* why "reversing the polarity" always works on Star Trek!
The chinese operation was a success. We have LPLs fingerprints... now we wait. . .
My favorite LPL video,RIGHT HERE!
Can you please make an episode on the best locks to use? After watching your videos, I am scared to use any lock on the market, I'm even doubting my house locks! Please make a video recommending good locks!
I just use a sledgehammer
Let me get the magnet spinner Bosnian Bill and I made...
look for a degaussing wand - I had one a few years back (20 odd) I would be hired to degaussed large CRT screens to remove the discolouration on screens due to the magnetic effect of the Earths field, I cannot remember the name it was German made (West German) yeah that old. Mainly used for retouching and repro companies. It cost me a lot of money new but I made a lot of Money per site, it had two parts a large heavy transformer and a wand that was very bulky and was heavy, you could set it to pulse which had the same effect of like the rotating magnets you had but a lot more powerful. I looked around on eBay and a lot of cheap ones from china I did not see any there ~trooper
Wow!! That tool you used sure ain't cheap!!!!😲
So you also are engineer
Man he is like the legend, and please come to Kirsten Kern channel for some good treats.🤓😊
Ok, that's the coolest way to open a lock I've ever seen. Well, coolest non-destructive way.
Complete missuse of the Lamello magnet - I love it! 😂🙏👍
that is poggers!
You don't need a larger version, just a more powerful set of magnets. See if you can get your hands on some neodymium maybe, though do be careful when working with it. It's incredibly strong magnetic field has maimed more than one person. Alternatively you could use an AC current in a wire series to create a magnetic field of oscillating direction, though the voltages and currents required would be more than a bitch to attain from betteries, and if you were to use standard wall outlet electricity you'd need a PSU that outputs an AC current.
LPL accidentally made ASMR and he didn't even realize it
LPL always has a nice advice what lock designers should not do. If they’d watch all his videos, they probably wouldn’t design any lock.
He spins me round like a record...
God! I love the comments section!!!
China got your fingerprints now!
Soon he will be just looking at the locks to open them.
Criminal Fidget Spinner
Ha, nice work !
For such a tiny lock that that could likely be opened with a small rock, I don't think they're worried about someone carrying a rotary magnet in their pocket to steal your gym shoes.
Lol i live in a 4500 people town in switzerland and this Lamello company is just next to my door
2025:- The man that escaped 30 Prisons, stole 20 Million dollars from the bank, and stole over 100 Cars from lambos to Ferraris, and still to not be caught 😂
This seems like a pretty good luggage lock actually, quick to open, and secure enough for travel Nobody would be able to open it without destroying it, unless they're a professional furniture assembler with their toolbag on hand
In theory, if your brainwave is strong enough, you could open lock simply by thinking of something alternating or moving back and forth.
A "LARGER VERSION"!!!!!
Imagine rocking up to rob a bank, u nd ur crew get to the vault, they ask u if u can open it nd u say 'yea EZ' then u whip out this gigantic spinning magnet.
China now has your fingerprint 😍
There are only two ways to defeat this man: 1) leave everything wide open so he isn't interested 2) secure everything by casting it in a solid cement block* *not sure if the second method will work
will just attaching a strong magnet on a head of a drill and power the drill beside the lock works too, perhaps?
sh*t, this video just dislocate my jaw!
DO IT WITH A FIDGET SPINNER
what man can make, man can break!
"And now, I'll wirelessly open this lock"
"I'm the lock picking lawyer" *every lock within a 50 mile radius immediately unlocks itself in fear*
This never gets old.
How many of the 2mil+ subs are criminals 🤣
I'm going to start calling you Michael Faraday ... or maybe Maxwell
So... you can pick the lock that requires being physically handled to open properly by using some spinning magnets that don't even have to touch the lock at all.
Let’s do this again, because....well...I’m brilliant.
Seriously, your ingenious ways to overcome unique builds are my favorite parts of your vids.
"I was going to make the tool myself but then I found this tool for tightening proprietary magnetic fasteners for wooden furniture" What a rich and interesting life you'd have to lead to just stumble upon this tool that just happens to be tailor built for this exact purpose. LPL: a man of mystery
"Fuckin magnets, how they work?!"
Have you tried this on an S&G 6120 yet? I would hope that its magnetic shielding would be up to snuff, but man that would make my job easier when the drive nut gets stripped out. I hate drilling them and turning the motor an eighth of a turn at a time with an icepick.
USE THE SPIN
He should have acted in independence day. Here we see aliens have deployed a magnetic shield but if we look at the mechanism we can pic it using rotating magnets....brrrrr
So is he inducing a current in the internal wires/motor, strong enough to operate the motor?
Hey the spinning magnets can be a backup key if the fingerprint wasn’t detected
Really just curious what your search terms were for finding this item.
So what's the best "smart" lock?
**cking magnets, how do they work?
LPL: This is the lock picking lawyer.... Lock: Click
Are you a keyblade wielder? Is there any lock that can resist you?!
China got ur fingerprint bro, sorry
That is got to be related to EMI as the magnets spin it creates a magnetic field which B(m) kept changing as the speed increases. This is in with relation to the bluetooth unlock tech that they offering. I can maybe wrong...
I made a weapon for skyrim that scales by lockpicking, named it lpl and it deals 9000 damage base. Too op, please nerf yourself
omg, this was cool
Wheres the charger
So if it's glued together, and there is an electrical motor in it, also the LED light and the fingerprint reader: there must be a battery in it, right? How do you change batteries in this? Is there an opening for a button cell or something? Or if it goes 0%, you just throw it out (if you can get it off from the thing it's locking first)?