Not a chance this is insurance approved here in Sweden
I laughed when he said " and pick resistance which we will look at in just a moment."
I wonder how many times lpl practices before making speed demon runs.
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To give it credit, when it would have been used not everyone had access to lockpicking tools more advanced than a flat head screw driver and a bent nail.
Give the Link to buy that tension tool
Who would win? Lock trusted by insurance companies. One wire boi.
You have created as many videos as you can easily open. It would be interesting what you think is safe by showing some very, very good padlocks that you can recommend yourself. I myself think that the BOWLEY 543 model will definitely be there ?!
So at any time anyone can get robbed but they just dont bother wow
He probably manages to undo women's bra! In the dark. With one hand.
"Depending on how you count" *sweats nervously*
The look of that lock gave me a thought could you give a rudimentary lockpick resistance by making the key require enough force to break most “particularly cheap” lock picks?.
“For those unfamiliar with the term England is a place in Europe”
@Games With Nic LOL, geographically it is but not economically.
*Big Fan.. but if you know so much about lock picking..why don't you make your own LOCK which cannot be picked by anyone* 😶
To be fair most thieves don't have a clue how to pick a lock. It just needs to be something that would be hard to hammer, hacksaw, or bolt cutter their way into, or at least take enough time so that someone would be likely to notice the theif before they got it open.
The trekkie in me finds the names of those locks interesting
Picard : Engage LPL : Disengage.
holy shit this lock got bodied
I already have a nice lock pick set but I've never seen that particular one before where do I find one!
0:35 left lock: Dude, it's LPL, we're doomed
I swear with every video I watch I'm closer and closer too just welding my doors shut and cutting through them every day!
Who taught LPL?
Insurance fraud has never been so easy
How do you know to skip the 4 pin?
Hey are ignition barrels easy to pick on bikes or cars.?????? If you don't know how to hot wire of course
Have you ever been able to pick an Abloy protec 2?
Now it’s just Skyrim
I’m confused, I thought we all counted the same. This guy really is the lock guru.
This is not related to video directly. I'm subscribed for awhile and never get any of your videos in my "new videos". Is this normal for your videos or do they (UZload) just don't provide your content when first available. I just got a notification for this video 18:05 Aug 12 Central Time.
How do you know you can skip lever 4?
i go to a jewish school so security is high so the locks on the doors are impossible to pick because it uses a programable chip inside the key. idk maybe you could review it
Next Squire Insurance lock - The Ezpick.
he seems like a dentist
I picked a lock yesterday with a Yankee screwdriver by jamming it in there and turning it and it opened. I didn't even have a tension wrench
hey, i have found a new lock. are u albe to pick it ?? uzload.info/fun/ZY1-d2e2tp2Y3JM/video
Every single LPL video: Me: Oh Oh but how about if I... LPL: In any case, that's all I have for you today. Me: Okay:(
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I think he was rather disappointed in Squire. They seem to have a better reputation than a lot of their competitors.
i am wanting to build a tool set that can work on cylinder locks and standard types. I want to buy the best I can get my hands on rather than replacing them later yet I do not want to get ripped off either. I was wondering what you would recommend. Thanks for your work. Its strangely lethargic to watch you chew thru locks.
He may call it disappointing... But it's been a while since he last needed a full minute to pick one Conclusion: pretty good lock
Hang On No Number Combinations Were Changed In The Performance Of Opening This Lock . Nope No Ramset Gun . No Electrical Wires With Special Powers To Melt The Locking Bar . No Spinning Magnetic Forces To Induce The Lock To Open . What Witch Craft Do We Have Here Then . Telekinesis And Jigglery . ?
I always hold my breath when you're picking, that's how much I trust you.
That is the claimants worst nightmare by the way, if someone picks their insurance lock open then there's no evidence of a break in and the insurance company will assume it's the claimants fault for not locking up or giving the key to the thief in some way. In other words, no insurance will be paid out if the lock is picked open. Where i live, most households have 7 lever door locks with false gates and locksmiths in the area simply say "No, we cannot open these locks. We just don't know how" so they always bring a grinding wheel to grind the deadbolts. Some doors though have hardened steel shielding making it much harder to even get to the deadbolt to grind them off. So it makes a helluva ruckus every time someone lost their only key to their front door. It takes at least 15 minutes to get the door open. The easiest (and quite possibly the least expensive for the customer) way is to simply smash a window to gain entry if the apartment can be reached from the outside. Yep, locksmiths charge ludicrous amounts to even grind a door open. Something in the order of 500 euro. While a balcony door window can be replaced for as little as 200 euro.
1:09 Tenision Bar Inserted 1:59 Opened
Does It Raise Insurance Company Standards ?
Is there any video to understand what mean all the terms he uses? Like gates, false gates, when a pin is binding, etc.
How many damn locks does this guy have???
I just wanted to say thanks for all the great videos!. Spending allot of time at home these days allows me to watch your excellent picking and opinions on various locks. This has influenced me on what locks to purchase for better security and resistance to physical attacks. Look forward to watching new videos as soon as they are uploaded within in hours of that time. Take care and be safe.
Imagine getting robbed by this guy.
He is a lawyer. You just need to hire him, and it's done!
Lock you would recommend for storage unit???
There is method to the madness of 'Insurance Locks'. Most crooks don't know how to pick locks, so they try to break them instead. And the classification is the bare minimum acceptable standard, so lock manufacturers oblige by making them to that minimum standard, because that's what customers will ask for. Market forces. Our home insurance policy stipulates that locks on doors need to have 5 levers and need to be bump resistant. So I fit anti-snap, anti-drill, bump-resistant locks with 11 levers and 4 sliders instead; slightly more resistant to intrusion. The door frames are the weakest link, but breaking them is very noisy.
It's an English lock, so it doesn't use 'levvers'. It has 'leavers' instead. jk
You'll need to make a video about this "game" dimbulbgames.itch.io/museum-of-mechanics-lockpicking
Your lock collection is in the thousands and are mostly worthless nowadays due to mass production With the exception of the pre 1980s military locks and vintage lock
Lever locks are the worst security
I could watch this man pick locks forever
your sill is great
Imagine a 6 lever lock with 3 tensioning levers that activate two separate locking mechanisms and one requires precise offset engagement of two levers to allow movement 🤔
Those antique style locks are still viable locks in use in England and Europe today! My nephew is stationed in Italy... (of all freaking places at this time!!) The house he rented has several antique style skeleton keys to various locks.
I believe that ‘leever’ is pronounced ‘lever’... And the best film ever made was ‘Saturday Night Fever’. (Thanks to Not The Nine O’clock News)
I love how consistently classy your videos always are. Long enough to binge watch in succession without too much time spent, informative and to the point about its contents and the salutations at the end is the icing on the perfect UZload video. I love your channel ❤️.
You should try and pick a lock with an action figure
Imagine LockPickingLawyer is your friend and you find yourself in a bind where an obscure lock needs to be picked, and he totally McGyver's out of the situation using little but a hairpin and some gum or whatever, and meanwhile he's making his annotations while picking "Nothing on one... a little binding out of two..... there's a nice click. A wiggle out of three"....
i wish i had seen this video BEFORE the herpes....
Nice LPL ,Do you LPL represent a lock in court as a lawyer yeh
there would be no legal bank boxes in all the world if they let LPL and BB be the testers. or they would be 60-80 levers w false gates and have to be put on with forklifts
Instagram brought me here and I am pleased
Can it be shimmed?
Here use this lock, we insist, says insurance underwriter ! But it really isn't all that secure a lock says average man. We still insist says insurance Co. Okay says aveage man, I'll use your (bleeping) lock but I'll also use a much better lock as backup.
Is there any video where this guy failed to pick a lock?
The lock equivalent of a shower, not a grower
I’d like you to try to pick the Finnish security door lock BODA 428 which is the most common one used here. My dad installed hundreds of those in the 70’s. It was the only lock the Finnish insurance companies approved those days. It has similar key to safe.
Hello LPL, I doubt you will read this but could we have some more destructive attacks? Your picking, while admirable, is not common. We would like to see how tuff some of these locks are... especially bike and motorcycle locks.
Looking at the indentations on the shackle (whatever the term for that is) That looks like it might be shimmable.
Baughbe Lever locks are not shimmable because the gates block the bolt from moving at all. A shimmable lock is one that you can lock without the key, and you cannot lock a lever lock without turning the key the opposite way that you turn it to unlock it.
Why does the shackle have two notches in it?
Videogames' studios should contact you to build a passable lock picking mini-game, when there's one. Consult on how should it feel and emulate on controllers, I mean, something like GH is passable for playing a guitar...
its designed to resist no-skill brute force attacks, lockpicking is good and all, but still quicker to get into with a cordless angle grinder and diamond disc. Most thieves want speed of entry, not stealth
Still a excellent padlock for use.
this is so interesting and i like the explanation for the locks history
I am so used to his intro now, that it took me a second to realise I had the sound muted. I just heard him in my head... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Poor old lever 4. Not part of the security mechanism, so totally ignored.
I would not be surprised at the "security" or relative lack of it in an insurance lock. The insurer is concerned with having an acceptable level of security for the risk being insured. If one does not, at least, match the required level of security, then premiums will be higher when the policy is put into place or claims might be denied.
Still took the master 1 minute 6 seconds to pick. Much better than most other locks.
Really want to see you open locks on actual things to see if it changes anything
I'm going to be honest. I'm getting into lock picking just so I can eventually learn how to defeat lever locks. The main reason is because Rogue is my favorite D&D class and the mechanics actually picking locks through playing lead me to research picking.
Don't read my username.
Ok, I won't.
Thank you LPL for your educational content. Thanks to your videos I know what to look out for in the locks I see. I have broken into countless houses and sheds thanks to your content that shows how to pick common locks. Thank you for that, if not for your videos that shows how to pick them fast before owner of the thing notices, I might've been caught.
You need to get some of those warded padlocks that have the extremely intricate bitting I'd like to see how you pick those such as the type of bitting on the old Italian safe boxes
As it's a British lock you have to say leevers not levers LOL!
You mean livers
Let's put it this way: what lock do you have on your front door, LPL? I have a pitbull dog next to mine.
How does a lock like this work? Have you cut open before? What do the insides look like?
Is it just me or is the Squire Defiant a :3 face.
Insurance companies need a minimum standard, and can't reliably explain to their customers how to get a lock that's good enough. Solution: send them a lock. Then at least people know what they're dealing with. It doesn't mean it's a great lock! Personally, if an insurance company sent me a lock I'd add my own lock as well.
😎Great video my friend love the lock..I am running out of SPACE IN MY LOCK VIDEO LIBRARY..LOL.😎
LPL going international I dig it!
Of course, in the UK we pronounce it "lever"
I'll clear this up for the confused .... British : Leever .... American : Levver. You're welcome.
In Australia it’s actually pronounced “lever”.
Yes, but here in America we pronounce it "lever" instead.
Like "fever", for the confused!
I wonder if Squire makes a lock called "Resolute" as Defiant and Valiant are both names of wood stoves by the former Vermont Castings Company. Resolute and Intrepid are the two other names of which I know they used.
If LPL got zombified during "The Apocalypse", you'd have to headshot him, because there'd be no escaping him. He would be at the sanctuary gate, "Bb bbraaains! Little click on 2. Bbbbrraaaains! Nothing on 3 ..."
Put a masterlock on the door - no brains inside
Hey LPL, any chance you could do an update video on the state of the Bowley series of locks? Would also love to see some videos on what you consider to be locks that are actually viable for use.