I wonder, Is there any lock in the world that you can't open?
Bruh he picks these locks in like a couple seconds, he’s on another level
After watching one of your videos for the first time I got intrigued and wanted to try picking a lock for myself not expecting it to be easy and after opening my first lock with a broken hair clip in less than 30 seconds, I realized that security is just an illusion and now I open locks just for fun.
If it requires tools already more specialized than general lock picking tools already are, I'd feel perfectly safe using it to secure my valuables. The locks that scare me are the ones that can be opened with easily obtainable/makeable tools. Video 1222 is pretty much a perfect example of a worst-case scenario; all you need is a blunt object to hit it with.
Do you ever wonder how many people you are helping to break into things?
I Onec Picked an Doorlock that i suspect is an Leaver Lock its like one of those: cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/654080363852726333/797107519038029874/20210108_151937.jpg I Put an normal L Shaped Hex Drive in and turned it with an Pair of Pliers while wobbeling it....
Gets Big Six insurance pad lock. Gets everything stolen. "LOCK PICKING LAWYERRRRRRR!!!!"
Heavyweight against the Heavyweight
Where did you get that from? Davey Jones Locker?
Masterlock will be complaining that they didn't get a mention in this video!
In 50 episodes, LPL will be lockpicking wooden pin locks.
Am I the only one who wants him to try open the lackless box? I mean not even Kvothe could open it...
Thank you lock picking lawyer for getting the truth out that I was innocent in that d.u.i. I was charged with in Baltimore county and Ron Parker says hello! Lol
Free advise for Joe Biden. Hire Bosnian Bill and the LPL to check all of the entrances of the Capitol.
LOL So, you should be just fine as long as the LPL isn't after your stuff.
only 2 pounds? that’s cheap
When are we gonna see a "pick that BosnianBill and I made" for that custom tool?
Hi, do you lock pick cars ?( Door locks, ignition cannon) Think about that, its new content for your channel and the users can find if the cars are safe. Great channel have a nice year
Well shit...i have one of these
Oh wow, I'm the thousandth comment
I recognise that lock. My dad has one.. "Only in the UK".. (That checks out, we live in the UK). Whoop Whoop. Though, my dads seems very much BIGGER and Heavier.. but I assume exact same problem.
This is my second video watched, but can I say that I greatly appreciate this content. It identifies security issues plainly and simply for the average user without condescending those less knowledgeable like myself. Watching these simply as a curiosity and to learn trivia will likely be a fun little jaunt. Thank you very much for your work on this series, Mr. Lawyer!
Looks so easy
This man will break into a home, pick all the locks, replace the locks with betters ones, then leave with nothing
Ramset Vs this? That'd be good
Would love to see you defeat "The Barnacle" hope you can try it
security through obscurity
DIBS! I CALL DIBS! When the apocalypse hits, you're on my team!
Oh 2 why do you never click?
Love these old lock videos.
LPL and his cohorts innovate WAY faster than any of the lock companies out there.
Imagine going to the fridge at night and all you can hear behind the door is click out of five, click out at 4
This antiquated British practice will soon be redundant in the UK, as with most padlocks and many other locks, due to the realities of Brexit and all of its "benefits" kicking in soon as most of us will no longer have much of anything that's actually _worth_ locking up!
The tools are fairly uncommon until LPL starts selling them in order to make a fortune while people are getting robbed.
ive come to the conclusion after seeing these videos that I am better off hiding my valuables rather than lock them up
I love the place where he says "please subscriii ...." 🥰
Can you upgrade the levers?
"sold only in the UK..." *Gives weight in pounds* Me: HAHA! Gottem!
@Loneman I measure time in lightmeters.
Many, many of us still use the nonsensical system of stones, pounds and ounces _as well as_ kilo's & grams. Just as with weather we'll use Farenheight for hot weather but Celcius for cold weather. We'll also give distances in miles yet measure for blinds, etc in meters. We buy milk in 4-pint bottles but sodas in 2-litre bottles. Go figure.
This is the lock picking lawyer.
What does "Big Six" stand for you may ask? The number of seconds it takes LPL to open our lock. He is a gentleman and a damned good scholar when it comes to locks😂
What lock is acceptable cause from what I can see no lock made can be secure apart from that one you shot at 100 times with guns
Legend has it that LPL doesn't use keys when entering his house.
Can we just set the standard security scale for locks based on seconds of LPL picking effort? At ~40 seconds, this bugger would be top tier, then we just go through 1,220 other videos and rate the rest.
Surprised not to see the best locks of 2020/ the worst locks of 2020 type videos on this channel
I love being so old no one knows how to break it open it an option for locks and even computers
This lock is a perfect example of why a lot of people call the pin side of the lock in the UK bottom of lock when referring to tensioning positions, it's just how our locks have always usually been made so to a lot of us its how we imagine a standard lock position especially as it's how a lot of our doorway locks are fitted too
MasterLock: Oh thank god....
Imagine you're sitting in your locked house and you hear "nothing on 2, 1 is binding, nice click out of 1" from outside
Little tear of pride , as a Brit , and this lock lasting nearly a whole minute before LPL cracks it.
Big Six....That's familiar.... * Thinking of the Six Wives of Henry the VIII intensifies *
"Don't worry about it, this door could withstand a nuclear blast! Nothing's getting in here! Wait... what's that sound?" "Nice click out of 2" "Oh no..." 😂
How secure are the Globe Pad locks, Its used in India a lot. Searched your channel for anything similar, couldn't find any. Here is a link to see the type it is www.amazon.in/Pressing-Padlock-Keys-1-5-Recommended-Suitcase/dp/B074P1H9BC/ref=asc_df_B074P1H9BC/?tag=googleshopdes-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=396986063421&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=6055790583252489686&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1007804&hvtargid=pla-836337600134&psc=1&ext_vrnc=hi
The lock looks half rendered
Eagerly waiting for " stuff made here" lock to be picked
Its probably not even finished!
It takes investment in both tools time and skill to use these picks! Not something a break and enter burglar is going to bother with! Crowbar, angle grinder or just go someplace easier is the preferred method of entry!
I'm scared of this man
Where's the. Stuff made here lock. Keen to see that video.
Is there a lock you can't pick.
When are you going to try to open Shanes lock?
I keep getting that infuriating asmr ad when warching LPL's videos. so damn annoying.
The majority of the locks you are picking are the cylindrical locks or padlocks - does it mean that lever tumbler ones are more difficult to pick, or may be the opposite - that they are so simple that they don't even have the chance to stand the picking ?
Hey, quick question. How effective do you think a bobbytrapped locking mechanism would be? Like one rigged to explode if the pins are pushed too high or the core is subject to tension without the key in place? I'm doing a bit of writing and am interested in how secure you could make something if you didn't have to care about safety
Why would the tools and skills required be LESS common in the future and not MORE?
Will you be picking the "unpickable" lock pick from stuff?
Imagine if your like a drug lord and your hiding yourself in a vault with giant locks and you just here click at a 1 at a 2
Security through obscurity then?
PLEASE do a video in an escape room!
His girl must be happy because he can easily find her G-spot
So... what we're seeing here is that a thief in the UK only needs one tool to make a solid living out of it. What is that lock coated with? Is that just decorative?
Very cool pick.
Thieves in the UK: hmm interesting
I was going through your old videos and in episode 150 you picked multiple disc locks. But the fourth, an Abus 20/70 with Abus+ core, you said that you couldn't pick it because weren't able to. Just wondering if your skills have improved to where you can now pick that fourth lock? If so, can you do an update video?
I've been watching a lot if LPL's videos lately. But I don't hear and mention of good picking sets to get. Other than their own. But theirs are out of stock. I also want to know if anyone recommends a pin sets to get too.
Pray to god this guy dose not become a Criminal
So all locks can be picked.. does the guy every recommend the best locks that are hardest to pick?
Great. Been waiting to see a Chubb opened, pleased that it's sutably difficult,
"This is the lock picking lawyer. In any case that's all I have for you today..."
It should be a lock standard to say on the package if it is "LPL approved".... if not I don't want it
another year, another april fools LPL video coming soon
The original Chubb is better
28 seconds to open. "It may not be all that bad an option." Sounds legit.
I under stand how normal keys work (the numbs push some pins up) but how do car keys work? And could u pick a car door lock?
Feeding the algorithm via likes/sub/bell/etc, keep it up 😁. PSA: make a hotkey to help for free👌
Am I the only one that's really happy that he shaved his fingers. No offence ❤️
I have seen many of these.. are there locks you can not open? I think this is really interesting.. especially the challenge ones.. say did you ever find out if that fella that cut the bike lock and told the customer he would pay him back the 75 dollars if you could open it faster than he cut it ever pay that fellow back?
Hey you probably won’t see this but I’m looking into getting into lockpicks I’ve already picked a couple locks (master locks) with Bobby pins and home tools was wondering what you recomendable as a great start up kit looking to do lockpicking as a side hobby
Much, much better than a masterlock.
You mastered the YT algorithm. I remember way back in 2017 when you complained about a big lack of views on your videos. Short videos, that are well done, was the trick. You end up with high retention time. A+
Shame the algorithm work like this.. Throw people with long, highly detailled, high effort videos, or just a slowish posting time straight under the bus.
@Serious Business That's because back in the day, 10min was the minimun time for you to play 2 ads in one video. Many videos still have about 0:15 of silence in the end to make up for this
It used to be 10 minutes was the golden number every youtuber was aiming for.
@Austin Parkes ikr. He didn't change. UZload did.
Insurance R&D:Oy mate, I've got seven levers. LPL: ..click on two..
I have a similar one on my rear gates. It has been out side for at least 30 years and is much older than me at 72. but it still works and provides adequate security as any villain would early climb over the fence!
show us a lock you cant open please
Gotta say, the sound it made once open was super satisfying. 1:24 - 1:28
Is there a lock you actually have trouble with?
Where is the Stuff lock?
If it is insured, it is insured.
"It may not be that bad an option" Translates: "You should get your full insurance check when it's stolen."
When are you going to pick the Stuff Lock?
hi..is there a padlock you cant't open????