Could have shown with the old lock that it doesn't bypass as fast as with the new one ;-)
I suspect any product testers involved were overruled by the penny-pinchers
Cheap (but official) copies made in China?
What is the difference between a bypass tool and other lock picking tools
LPL driving past a store where they sell locks, and slams the brakes. "I sensed a vulnerability..." Goes into store (Store clerks whispering to each other "It's the LPL!"). LPL: "Ah, yes... It's getting stronger. Big Vulnerabilities here..."
LPL doing a lap around my house so he can sense which lock is weakest
How the hell did you "feel something bothering you" when the thing bothering you is an invisible internal part"??? 😂😂🤔🤔🤔. WTF? My dude, I SWEAR you're almost to the point where you will literally pick locks by looking at them and squinting your eyes.
That's just straight up quicker than using a key.
Me binge watching a guy open locks
they should be hiring known felons in quality control rather than in the board room./
Hi, can I ask then... after watching your videos.. I am confused which lock I should buy. Can you advise which you would go for? (For a shed in the garden)
Corporate scumbag CEO: "We need to cheapen the construction quality of our products to *MAXIMIZE* profit!! Money money money money money money,... (eyeballs pop out of skull), *GREED!!"* 🤑 Design team: "Whatever you say boss!" (gives a salute with tongue sticking out side of mouth with one eye angled upward and the other eye looking hard down and to the left) 🤪 Quality control and product testing department: "Are we a joke to you?" 🤨 Lock Picking Lawyer: "This is the Lock Picking Lawyer, and what I have for you today is a new lock I purchased that has a serious design flaw,... which I'll demonstrate for you now." [click] "And let's see that again,..." [click,.... click] "And again,..." [click,.... click] "So,... as you can see, one tiny design change can make a big difference." Quality control and testing department: "We quit!"🤬
is it just me or are locks getting shittier as time goes by?
When you get disappointed in locks when you buy them and they don’t put up much of a fight like this. Makes for a sad day.
Normal human: Huh its just 2 same padlock *LPL: I FEEL A DISTURBANCE IN THE LOCKS*
After so many videos from LPL I still laughed like crazy when it happened. :)
“very quick, lets do it a few more times” you already assaulted it once, why again
I need that tool
Nice padlock for an exit door.
Did our boy notice an internal flaw without even touching it?
“Hold my beer” said the Masterlock Engineer
So he's like neo from the matrix, he just saw the code and notice something
Product testers? Plural? Nope. Just one product tester -- you! Every lock maker should watch all of your videos before releasing a new lock, then make it to your exacting standards and send it to you to try to pick it. If I owned a lock company, that's what I'd do.
I am unable to see where you inserted the bypass tool
After I started watching this channel I feel so woke that I think that locks are just a conspiracy designed to make us feel safe. I'm considering replacing all my locks for boobtraps.
Review the Motorola Smart Safe!
The older model was video 786: uzload.info/fun/l4uKhKDRxIyYsJ8/video
Are you. Are you telling. I mean. Ok I guess sensing changes withing inner mechanism and detecting weaknesses by holding them isnt TOO far off what we've seen of you. But damn you need to be nerfed.
Product testers/ QC should consist of professional locksmiths or ex-criminals just like the gov used William Abignale jr
I like your concise vids, they are extremely interesting. I would really love to see you pick locks in situ. On doors, with chains on gates, with you hands poling through small holes to get to the lock. I assume this would be more challenging than the clinical presentations you have now. Thanks.
Why didn't they put an anti-bypass wafer in the back? Utterly inexcusable
"let's shame the lock a few more times" ah yes classic lpl
Since when has this guy allow ads?!??
Sounds like the older "better" version was still a piece o' junk. 1:05 "On the old lock I find it so hard to get a bypass tool in, it's *almost always going to be faster for me to pick it open".*
LPL: Mom, can I have Guard Security 365LS? Mom: No, we have Guard Security 365LS at home. LPL bypass tool
Slightly off-topic: Watching your video's has made me curious in learning lock picking. Ordered a set of tools & clear plastic lock today off Amazon.
LPL: *opens lock* "Very quick. Lets do it a few more times" Guard Security: "Rub it in, why don't ya!"
One of the cardinal rules of engineering is: there are no small changes. Even what looks like a small change can have huge effects. Every change must be tested fully.
It's never a fluke
This lock looks different. Ah, maybe moved production to he other side of the world? Just a guess
Some companies practice this sort of despicable behavior... first they put out the great product than they put out some chinese knockoff... same brand exact same product... this happened to me recently with some bluetooth headphones... the second ones i got had cheaper plastic on them and the battery had much smaller capacity
It's evolving. Just backwards.
"Just watch for yourself" Oh no, this is the end
do you know how to solve a rubix cube, your good with your hands so im sure you know how to solve "other problems too"
At this point is there any lock that is safe? 😂😂
Im not gonna buy that lock for sure🤣😆
The shackle is also different, at least the _HARDENED_ printing. It'd be good to see a hardness test with a file in comparison to the previous version. Could you do an extended comparison video of the differences - the details you didn't want to bore us with - perhaps; please? 😁
Opened in 0.75 seconds. With a single movement. Some locks manage to be outright ridiculous.
Hrmm - could that be a counterfeit?
"But on the new one well, just watch for yourself." Red flag.
Here is a lock for you to pick facebook.com/JerryRigEverything/videos/2451382788417033/?d=null&vh=e
Please bore us with minute details
I love it. New less secure lock! Duh I don't know Bob, what do you think.
Wow! Just wow!!
hello, is it possible to open door lock, that required "lever wrench" key just with pick? without using universal key? thanks) i hope i named it right, and you could understand me)
Just... wow. A crow (yes the bird) could pick that lock open. That's a worse design flaw than the fuel tank location on a Pinto.
The lock saw the LPL checking it out in the store and just ( _shit_ ) unlocked itself
His voice is so calming
Actual "oh sh**!" reaction when he popped that open. LPL back to embarrassing locks
When everybody is saying that he "sensed" the change He could've just noticed a sound while picking it up and realized it was from a looser spring
the next video will be called "How to pick a bank vault with a pack of dirt" 100% it will happen
I've been watching LPL for a year now and I just realised I'm not even subscribed. WTF?!
Gotta have a healthy hobby. :)
God help everyone if you ever turn to the dark side and become a thief 🤣
LPL now has X-ray vision! .... Damn!
Once again these lock manufactures are pulling the wool over our eyes, why are trading standards not looking into all the bullshit marketing we are fed.
You should take a look at Level lock!
After 1000, I was expecting LPL videos to spin off... such as a prison break: "This is a Chinese prison so, I'm out in two minutes"
It's not a bypass tool, it's a master key for Guard locks
he can pick every single lock in the world
Similar to a comb pick, unless you're close to, and paying close attention to, the person performing the attack, this would just look like someone using a key.
their is a god of war, god of sea, there is a god for alot of things LPL is the god of locks. this man can pick up a lock and just tell it has a security flaw. i can only imagine in the middle of whatever he is doing, LPL stops, stares off into the distance, and just says a name of a lock. That is the next lock he will destroy.
@LockPickingLawyer or anyone. Hi, sorry, not about this video, but I was wondering if this makes sense: a lock where you need to push a button at the bottom of the key tunnel to be able to rotate the cylinder. So you cannot apply any torque to feel the pins unless you push this button first. The button(s) may be something very difficult to push like a free rotating sphere with a strong spring (but easy to push for the tip of the key). So you need one special tool to keep the sphere pushed, one to apply torque and a third one to set the pins: it seems quite difficult to pick, but quite easy to build.
FYI: That is a CHAMFER around the periphery of the lock body and not a bevel.
Great video but I wish you had tried this approach with the other lock as well, just to demonstrate the difference.
I think it's a rip off of the original lock
Are we sure this is a design change and not just one bad spring? Just curious.
This definitely counts as an Eye open
Probably all those changes were related to reducing cost. Maybe the product got bought and the new owner is running down the customer loyalty for quick profit.
They probably knew about this when making the design change. I bet the lock is cheaper to produce
LPL: Lock Product Lester. Almost there. Soon they'll get it...
Lol it's all about the money. 😎
Why doesn't a lock company, or every lock company, hire you as a design consultant? I'm positive you can design a lock which is extremely difficult if not impossible to pick.
Hey LPL, I have a challenge for you, get in touch with demolition ranch and try picking one of these liberty safes after they suffer a tank round! 😂 uzload.info/fun/nqR5ZZywsJ1-z3U/video
I've done design of consumer products that required high standards for safety and reliability among other considerations. I know what it is to work towards a truly good product. It really is bizarre and irrational to me that ANY lock maker would not routinely employ lock-picking experts to evaluate its products before they go to market. It should be alarming to anyone who thinks in terms of professional standards and high-quality products. But what a _terrible_ industry to employ such irresponsible practices!: One that impacts the security of millions.
I was kind of hoping you would bypass and pick both locks. It would have been nice to see the difference in the time it takes to bypass the lock caused by the spring change, even if it isn't the most scientific comparison. It would also give those of us who aren't very familiar with lockpicking a better idea of how long bypassing takes vs picking the lock.
I’m still waiting for one he blows on and it opens.
I sense a disturbance in the force ... applied to the core...
There's a 5 star review on Amazon for this lock but still stares, "The core can easily be bypassed if you know how and have the right tool, but there’s an easy fix for that", what would the easy fix be anyone know?
An anti-bypass wafer. Backstory to that little part: Years ago, American made a change to their padlocks, which made them easily bypassed. American did the right thing by announcing this, and offering customers one of two solutions. 1. Exchange your lock for a new one. 2. They would send you a small disc that is then placed at the back of the cylinder, preventing the bypass tool from working. This American style lock mechanism is still very popular among a lot of lock makers, however most of them now include at least one (and sometimes two) anti-bypass wafers factory installed. Using two anti-bypass wafers is more secure, as there are bypass tools that are meant to be driven through one anti-bypass wafer.
Hmm. I've always found that the best security for my old shopping bike [current value = £35] is to leave Bootsie, my 385 lb mastiff in the front basket, chewing on a dead mastodon. Your security solutions, dimensional constraints and chronological variables may differ.
Mate that's not a bypass tool, it's clearly the right key for the lock...
LPL Should make a lock company
Lpl in the near future. He coughs all locks instantly spring open.
I shall be checking for looseness tomorrow. And why was this video so long?
Would love to see the actual difference when disassembled.
You wouldn’t be able to see without a caliper.
Im sorry, I sneezed, what happened?