TWO Unpickable (?) Locks for Lock Picking Lawyer!
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Approximately 999,999,998 people have asked me to send my unpickable lock to the Lock Picking Lawyer. I decided to do you one better - I'm sending the Lock Picking Lawyer TWO unpickable locks with different designs. It will be interesting to see if he can pick them, if so, we'll fix those issues to make them even stronger.
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  • Stuff Made Here
    Stuff Made Here

    This was a really neat project and working with LPL was really fun. Check out his video to see what he thinks: Also, directors commentary about making my lock on stuff made here 2:

    • Theo Staschik
      Theo Staschik

      do you have any plans to make a 3rd lock?

    • Tadiaki

      Hey I have an insane idea :D What if you build an auto-lockpicker that is better than LPL ? AND then send him a lock that he (hopefully) cant pick, but even your auto-lockpicker can crush?


      a year has passed :( we need V2

    • jj nix
      jj nix

      When's the next lpl lock making video?

    • Tee_Y YeeT
      Tee_Y YeeT

      Make the outside out of clear filament to see what's happening inside if this problem happens again

  • Just Some Guy without a Mustache
    Just Some Guy without a Mustache

    I'm gonna be honest, having you guys collaborating is absolute bliss, would love to see a sequel to this

    • Twoad

      @Detestable Dumpling yeah I see him everywhere too

    • Simple Green
      Simple Green

      @Антон Симановский yes, yes I do.

    • Briomite

      +1 unity

    • Dimitri Shostakovich
      Dimitri Shostakovich

      Seriously stop following me!!!


      Познавательный ролик💯👍 я тоже снимаю на эту тему видео о замках которые продаются в России и многому учусь у LockPickingLawyer

  • Owen Hopkins
    Owen Hopkins

    This is a really neat and impressive design, however I had an idea that might make it even more un-pickable. It’s just a block of steel. No key hole. No moving parts. Just weld your front door shut.

    • yeetis skeetis foot
      yeetis skeetis foot

      @The Entirety of The LGBTQ cant pick open a door if its in space now can you

    • The Entirety of The LGBTQ
      The Entirety of The LGBTQ

      @Adler. dot cant pick me if I'm 7503FT in the air

    • Adler. dot
      Adler. dot

      Take of the ceiling, to go out cover yourself in oil when raining

  • Twisted Code
    Twisted Code

    “The Engineering Process: where everything is made up and mistakes cost millions“ Me, a software engineer: hey, that’s not… actually no that’s pretty spot on! Carry on!

  • Chad Bahnline
    Chad Bahnline

    I know this is an older video now but i just love seeing 2 seemingly completely different channels having such a good relationship with each other. No bad talk, just 2 people having a good time while teaching others and learning themselves. Honestly if this lock ever does get officially released I'll buy it just because i want to show my support. ITmores already has so many people who badmouth the channel they are doing a collaboration with (some in good fun others not so much) that it's good to see these nice wholesome ones. While this comment may never be read i still feel the need to say this on the off chance it's seen.

  • Postal268

    These are the videos that introduced me to the lockpickinglawer and I've been watching LPL's videos ever since and have learned a lot. Came back to rewatch this after knowing more about LPL. When I first watched LPL's picking video I thought the locks were easy to pick but after knowing just how good LPL is I can see they weren't actually bad. I'd love to see V3 that addresses all the exploits and then see LPL take another go at it.

  • Stuff Made Here
    Stuff Made Here

    The wait is almost over! I get asked multiple times a day when this is going to happen so now you know! Tune in this Monday to see my brand new lock and what the Lock Picking Lawyer makes of 'em. Set a reminder to get a notification before it goes live!

    • Levana Vered
      Levana Vered

      The most nearly perfect lock would use some type of transistors / transmitters to unlock them. just like a car has. Or not? Idk 🤷‍♀️

    • DJ Romeo Cologne
      DJ Romeo Cologne

      @Emanuel De Lavallaz Didnt he also open a lock with chemicals and once he shoot one open with a 50mm? He dont play.

    • Michael Earl
      Michael Earl

      @Jo hn yeah, in principle this lock is actually a lot like the Bowley, but it uses a double core instead of wards so you get the same effect with a standard key. I wonder if you could simplify this mechanism with some kind of sidebar rather than the double-core.

    • Гарри Смит
      Гарри Смит

      Add link to this comment and pin it. People here are not that smart, always go directly to comment section.

    • _ Gladwrap
      _ Gladwrap

      Pin ur comment!!

  • Sweeping Time
    Sweeping Time

    I've been discovering a ton of engineering channels lately and the sheer craft of what everyone is doing is always nice to watch.

    • John Lewis
      John Lewis

      Videos like this reminds me of a show I used to watch called “How it’s Made” where they show how things are engineered from airplane parts to cookies.

    • Max


  • RaveyDaveyGravy

    I couldn't believe how easy it was for LPL to pick simpler of the two locks. I would have thought that disconnect between the pin shearing and the rotation would have been enough.

  • phyzzx

    "I made all these pins and realized you could buy them for like... a penny." Stuff Made Here also makes comedy.

    • Evelyn Thomas
      Evelyn Thomas

      I just watched that part

    • Tiberiu Chibici
      Tiberiu Chibici

      At least for the second design, I think he could have just bought 2 already made cores and modified them.

  • Skate Raptor 1
    Skate Raptor 1

    I think it would be interesting to do a final review of the finished product and see if it could be picked, and if not, discuss other possible weaknesses. It would be cool if you and LPL made a truly perfectly balanced lock

  • urmaker

    The fact TLPL's video is next in recommended, and is 10-minutes long, gives me hope! Will find out when I am done here.

    • El Caponè: Emperor of New Jersey
      El Caponè: Emperor of New Jersey

      Just him talking mostly, lmao

    • Lee Chowning
      Lee Chowning

      @gvonk2 considering how often LPL destroys the smart security locks? Yes I would like to see them improved, but until they are much better than they are right now you don't have a leg.

    • Braiden Richardson
      Braiden Richardson

      Yeah the locks lasted less than a minute, the rest of the video was talking tbh

    • Surur

      @Mr. W > go to some other channel. Or got to the LPL's channel and see him do that using a cheap magnet lol.

    • Mr. W
      Mr. W

      @gvonk2 You’re on the wrong channel then. Is there more modern technology for securing items? Yes. But that technology will not replace key locks for a long, long time. You’ll be old and gray by the time that happens. If you want to see someone hack a computerized lock that costs hundreds of dollars, go to some other channel.

  • Mega Triscuit
    Mega Triscuit

    i think the only possible way to make a lock unpickable is being able to remove the ability to apply tension to the core, such as a ball bearing system surrounding the core, making it a “floating core”, and the only way to disengage the ball bearings so you can unlock it is to set all of the pins at one time (key)

  • Ken Wohleking
    Ken Wohleking

    6:45 “It’s a weird way to make a key but it works.” - “I just spent several hours machining these pins and just realized you can buy these for like a penny.” 🤣🤣🤣🤣 Love the honest sense of humor probably just as much as the engineering creativity.

  • Felipe Islleid
    Felipe Islleid

    Loved the two videos! For sure you made a lock impossible for everyone without the knowledge behind it. Wonderful work!

  • -Turtl3_

    Are you still planning to create a V3 of the unpickable lock? I believe if you fix the points mentioned by lockpickinglawyer, you might really create something special!

  • Not You
    Not You

    This event literally changed my plans for Monday.

    • Master Krist
      Master Krist

      @Nathan Binns laughs in this video being 14:39

    • GasFromMyAnus I0I
      GasFromMyAnus I0I

      What was your plan

    • SavageKitten

      Tuesday here

    • Bradley Callaway
      Bradley Callaway

      @Zack Taylor It's memorial day in the US, so we all have the day off

  • SlimSlashie

    I totally dig seeing everything you put into making the lock work. It's a pretty neat design.

  • Tony Smith
    Tony Smith

    Mad respect for having the balls to send your design to the Lock Picking Lawyer!!!

  • RandomInternetPerson

    Some says there's beauty in the mundane and this perfectly encapsulates it, making a lock is mundane and tedious but it's inexplicably beautiful

  • Don Wanna
    Don Wanna

    "I spent several hours machining all these pins, and I realized you can buy them for, like, a penny." Just engineer things.

  • Tommy Williams
    Tommy Williams

    Stuff : “I made this completely original, and complex lock, my only worry is that he might use a tool I have no idea existed” LPL : uses pocket knife

    • Tommy Williams
      Tommy Williams

      @pensamentoazul lol I’m not, I’m just pointing out a funny part of the video. Don’t get so uptight.

    • Albert Iakupov
      Albert Iakupov

      @pensamentoazul security by obscurity will never work. That is fine to have blueprints and know how it works.

    • pensamentoazul

      Never guessed why he start the video with the locks disassembled and schematic? Why do you think he does not show he trying to pick the lock? He clearly tried it and could not. So he viewed the schematics, disassembled the lock, looked for vulnerabilities and explain how this can be fixed. He just lock picked it after knowing how it works... This is not a competition. Don't be a fanboy.

    • pleopsidium

      @Albert Iakupov or a red bull can

  • JD Dixon
    JD Dixon

    First video of yours I'm seeing. Quite impressed with the creativity and ingenuity you bring. Will definitely be wanting to see more

  • Robert Holzler
    Robert Holzler

    Looking at your gear solution (4:39) I think you could make that work by adjusting the gear ratio so the bottom cylinder rotates faster than the top. Also, instead of using a single solid pin (blue in your illustration), you could stack short pins (red in your illustration) in that lower pin area. Just an idea 🙂

  • pollard068

    You're great at what you do!

  • mv mv
    mv mv

    Love this! Lockpicking is great & watching you become quite the tool maker using CNC equipment making micro parts. I was a CNC machinist/programmer for 20+ yrs. I too learned by trial & error, on the job. Loved it. Thank you for this. I hope it continues. Routine for you. Take care & have fun, Michael V

  • 9ED6F5E1

    Screw the ITmoresr boxing matches, this is the fight I want to see.

    • mega man
      mega man

      And does nothing but make both better at the craft

    • Amber Douglas
      Amber Douglas


    • Menuki

      It’s the unmovable object verses the unstoppable force. One will have to lose but no one is sure who. We have favorites in our heart but that doesn’t translate to reality

    • Robert McGarry (mansion)
      Robert McGarry (mansion)

      This is the fight we all wanted, always!

    • Matthew Coughlin
      Matthew Coughlin

      Right?! Just sat here stoned completely enamored

  • Team Cyborg
    Team Cyborg

    I love how you made it accidentally too good at first. Couldn't be picked even with the key.

  • Glenn Davey
    Glenn Davey

    7:54 As a developer who works with virtual objects in code, this feels very familiar. Normally I would just put logging on everything and see what's going on in the Console, but yeah that doesn't really work with physical objects, huh

  • NoenMar

    I have always loved your humor. It is so dry and clever. I laugh my ass off all the time. I LOVE your content.

  • Konrad

    There is no such a thing as an unpickable lock. You just need to use the right amount of explosives.

    • Christopher Holden
      Christopher Holden

      @El Caponè: Emperor of New Jersey , lol....

    • lcajueiro

      smh just use water bucket or obsidian

    • Galacalactus

      This man here understands. Water charges are where it’s at.

  • Kevin Slater
    Kevin Slater

    "I want him to defeat it so I can learn how to improve the lock" That, is an engineer.

    • pensamentoazul

      @B C Never guessed why he start the video with the locks disassembled and schematic? Why do you think he does not show he trying to pick the lock? He clearly tried it and could not. So he viewed the schematics, disassembled the lock, looked for vulnerabilities and explain how this can be fixed. He just lock picked it after knowing how it works...

    • B C
      B C

      Spoiler alert! He did.

  • Tom Salzano
    Tom Salzano

    Such a fascinating puzzle to crack ! Love the ingenuity.

  • Detekting Telemark
    Detekting Telemark

    Brilliant engineering :) You are just amazing. It gives me great pleasure to look at what you achieve.

  • Jerry Rupe
    Jerry Rupe

    Just watched both vids, yours and then his, you did a great job, and yes I truly believe you stumped the LPL, without examining the locks he would not be able to open them, but keeping someone from being able to examine a lock especially one that's mass manufactured is next to impossible, if there's a will there's a way, the LPL also did a fine job of overcoming your lock, thank you for all your hard work it was quite entertaining

  • Vivian Schwartfeger
    Vivian Schwartfeger

    It’s seems clear to me that modifications need to be made. 1. Upon opening the lock the doorbell should sound automatically. 2. Install Shane’s dog in the same house as the lock. Lock is picked, doorbell rings, dog barks and attacks 😂. Great engineering and great video. Thanks so much.

  • Thermon

    LPL be like: “A lock is only as strong as its weakest link” *sets the wooden door on fire*

    • Throku

      @Joshua Noble Which only works in america. In the real world with reald doors and real houses nothing happens if you kick the door. You'd need a car to ram my front door down, but the granite staircase to get it would be a hurdle in getting said car to the door. And my door is nothing special here in Sweden, its just a normal front door. Breaking a window however is easy and climb in that way, it's what the burglars do here, luckily its a rare crime.

    • Robert Loughrey
      Robert Loughrey

      @Joshua Noble Even if you hardened the front door most houses have windows.

    • Robert Loughrey
      Robert Loughrey

      @Inquisitor Thornside Anything is enterable if you are willing to use destructive methods. I think the neighbors might get suspicious if you haul out an axe though.

    • Will Munoz
      Will Munoz

      Oh my gosh this comment is legend

  • Patrick Smith
    Patrick Smith

    As a fellow engineer, who has spent days staring at a computer trying to figure out why my design won't work. You sir are a mad genius. I bow to your greatness.

  • Aurelius R
    Aurelius R

    Awesome reference to The Engineers Guide To Solving Problems!! I love that book, even have a signed first edition copy.

  • seven 7
    seven 7

    "Unstoppable force meets a immovable object" Abraham Lincoln the vampire slayer

    • Definitely not a NASA agent
      Definitely not a NASA agent

      @Spaghetti Pizza Does Random Things know what's more annoying? Improper grammar usage.

    • seven 7
      seven 7

      @Cereal Killer oh, sorry

    • seven 7
      seven 7

      @Josh Brashear oh cool, yea man its slayer

    • Josh Brashear
      Josh Brashear

      Okay. Please tell me you remember it “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Slayer”. Everywhere I look says “Vampire Hunter”. You cannot convince me it wasn’t “slayer”. Mandela effect

    • Spaghetti Pizza Does Random Things
      Spaghetti Pizza Does Random Things

      @Cereal Killer that’s just really annoying

  • d3volvd

    I really love the idea of this kind of lock that is unpickable, I'm not done watching but have a question, should the lock work, what happens when you lose your key?

  • Emil Beck Aagaard
    Emil Beck Aagaard

    This will be the most ambitious crossover ! 30 seconds in: “I feel a nice click on number two”

    • S АА
      S АА

      That's it for today. And as always...

    • stephen bowman
      stephen bowman

      back to the beginning....... nice click out of one, two is binding

    • Diako Unknown 12
      Diako Unknown 12

      @Random Brown Guy considering everything... Your reply can only be sarcasm

    • Random Brown Guy
      Random Brown Guy

      Did you even watch the video? That's not gonna happen

  • Cassia Prior
    Cassia Prior

    Your vids are so fun and educational!! I'm glad I found this channel

  • locksmith db
    locksmith db

    I think it's very cool that you designed a lock! Kudos.

  • TheDrunkenPL

    Mam, you are crazy :D I love both of you guys, one which is super cool engineer and had a really out of box approach to create those locks and you are an awesome specialist whose skills are top notch. Those 2 videos and how they were linked were a great journey, thanks!

  • Angel Gamboa
    Angel Gamboa

    Two of the most creative men of the entire internet working together! Absolutely awesome!

    • SmoothCarrot464

      The lockpickinglawyer is one of the most least creative channels? He does ONE thing

  • Joe O'Brien
    Joe O'Brien

    I love that they both realized how pumped everyone was and made a big thing out of it. ITmores is such a good platform for that kind of feedback.

  • Bjaardker

    I love that in the process of giving us great content you also give a perfect example of Agile product design.

  • Gaming History Source
    Gaming History Source

    What if instead of springs you used magnets pushing away from each other at the same pole ? The magnet would also make it difficult for anyone using metal lock picking tools since it will pull on them.


    I think these locks are ingenious at first review (check out lock picking lawyer's and his video on the locks) but I think they can benefit using the Hines system or something comparable to that, as another D-i-D layer. Although the downside is that if someone messes up then the lock is dead and the key won't work anymore but hey you prevented your lock from being picked.

  • phisgr

    Have you looked at the lock by Tim Hutt? His mechanism for testing all the pins at once seems quite simple and robust.

  • belzedk

    Stuff: "These hinges could be my downfall" Lpl: "I gotta say he did the right thing because I definitely would have done that"

    • Reb Chizelbeak
      Reb Chizelbeak

      @Timendi Causa Est Nescire If you are talking about using the knife, no. That would still be possible. There MUST be a gap so the door can open or close. Might need to go in at an angle, but some gap would be needed for an externally opening door. But yes, it would be much tougher to do on an internal door. Not impossible though. A quick drill through the lip would give you access to it. So that flaw really does matter. If a lock only needs a 10 second drill into the wood door to Expose an exploit, it is still an exploit. I am curious to see what other exploits the lock has when the design is improved. Holding the pins in place through gates with tension seems to be a possible avenue. All that complexity has its downsides.

    • Reb Chizelbeak
      Reb Chizelbeak

      @Akompliss Akompliss Then you missed the one where he sold the hinge removal tool that was demonstrated in the video.

    • Nexodus

      @Richard Danko So much easier to kick it open, I disagree.

    • Timendi Causa Est Nescire
      Timendi Causa Est Nescire

      @Noob OfTheYear If this truly was a remake of his door, then he has more problems than he realises, with two attack vectors exposed like that. 9/10 entry doors open inwards - for which the hinge pins are _internal_ not _external_ and thus not a problem; they also usually have a jam/lip that the door seals against, this would protect the deadbolt from LPL's demonstrated attack - the deadbolt still has a flaw but it's not one that could be exploited in a proper installation. The ability to pick the lock is the only exploitable flaw - as demonstrated - remaining but that obviously has a very simple solution in denying access to the internals of the lock, which was also demonstrated(as equally obvious is that a cheaper solution would be possible).

  • Kenn Magnum
    Kenn Magnum

    We need a part two!

  • W O
    W O

    It’s amazing how smart this man is.

  • Callam

    I am by no means a lock smith or engineer. How ever I install alot of hardware and I can totally relate to how things should be working but then they don't. Such a pain in the butt sometimes 😂

  • aakksshhaayy

    Now put it through 1000's and 1000's of open close cycles and see how the wear-tear affects it. There's a reason most locks aren't this complicated.

  • RotorScout

    You failed to give him the biggest challenge ever: Packaging consisting only of duct tape.

    • MOPAR2YA

      @Favmir Red security scribble.

    • Le Psycho
      Le Psycho

      @Favmir red ink the bane of his existence!

    • Hancho

      @Favmir I never saw him so angry

    • Favmir

      With some red lines drawn on top, that are NOT done with permanent markers.

    • Leks The Misfit
      Leks The Misfit

      Yeah... Duct tape is far harder for him to open than locks.

  • Maunz

    I'm so glad your dog reacts to the bell the same way ours do 😄🙈

  • Luke Goodloomis
    Luke Goodloomis

    @stuffmadehere This was fun. I'd love to see next time you and the LPL spend an hour with each other discussing all the ways locks are built incorrectly and then devise a plan to build one better...I mean...could save you a few hundred hours. Designing in the dark takes so much front loading of information which can be shortcut by talking to a subject matter expert about those things. If you really want to make something viable and not just for YT. If it's just for YT, GO FOR IT! It's fun either way.

  • NukeNade

    honestly. im mostly following this series so when i have a family of my own, i can buy the best locks to keep anyone i dont want in my house. OUT.

  • MJorgy5

    It makes more sense to install the keyhole to the opposite side of the door to the pin of the door hinge. Nearly all entry doors are this way as it allows for a weatherstrip seal around the door and conceals/protects the deadbolt.

    • ahmad-firdaus: cook
      ahmad-firdaus: cook

      That's the same thing I said too, I see only one like on your comment though, which shows most people are asleep to that fact.

  • Zenkichi Hitoyoshi
    Zenkichi Hitoyoshi

    "THEY'RE UNPICKABLE" LPL: "alright guys, today we have a tough one, I have to use a twig, my eyes and more than thirty seconds"

    • Christopher de Vidal
      Christopher de Vidal

      The twig was one that BosnianBill and I designed and is available for sale in our store

    • Eradax


    • Lee Chowning
      Lee Chowning

      @Saleh Joorbonyan well come on we're doing a new lockmaker versus the two-time world lock pick champion. And we've still never seen his face.

    • Saleh Joorbonyan
      Saleh Joorbonyan

      @Lee Chowning Lol he picked the first lock two times, both times less than a min! they lasted less than a min

    • Английский с Полиглотом
      Английский с Полиглотом

      Детерминизм это Свобода 🤙 🤙

  • Levana Vered
    Levana Vered

    The most nearly perfect lock would use some type of transistors / transmitters to unlock them, just like a car has.

  • Mike

    Wow, this is real, real, real brilliance, like people say things are brilliant but you are taking a simple lock, and creating a whole new dimensional outlook

  • Dale Murray
    Dale Murray

    As a guy who has installed locks for the past few years as part of my job. This would be an absolute nightmare to install and to rekey when needed. I love the concept. But these would cause me to pull my hair out if I had to install them.

  • Devon Cutmore
    Devon Cutmore

    Well he made short work of picking them. Amazing job 👏 if you sell them with the improvements suggested I would buy one. Good luck 👍 . If you can make that I'm sure you can or already invented much cooler useful things. Great attempt. That lock 🔐 picking lawyer is extremely skilled at picking locks.

  • Tommy Toker
    Tommy Toker

    I am unbelievably excited for this, 2 creators I watch independently, now fight for success in their field. One with the epic ability to bypass security systems just by looking at locks, the other a engineering genius with the ability to create (and occasionally destroy) through the power of science and invention!

    • Wm. Jordan Dent
      Wm. Jordan Dent

      @Laurens You're right, it's all about the Lagavulin and the Tool BosnianBill and I made now, LPL's channel has been otherwise a borefest since Bowley showed up... . not

    • lvl30dragon

      @Laurens it's has nothing to do with the lock, but everything youtuber A has done shows to youtuber B who works with locks to see if he can open youtuber A's lock

    • Laurens

      making an unpickable lock isn't impossible and has been done before (bowley lock), so you dont have to be this excited.

  • Intet Mane
    Intet Mane

    Awesome video series. You should really sell it!

  • Shane Cockram
    Shane Cockram

    This is very very interesting. Love that you could have just bought the pins! 🤣😂

  • Péricles

    That perfect timing and harmony matching at 10:08, amazing

  • Russ Warren
    Russ Warren

    A genuine challenge, love it!

  • jonathan siles
    jonathan siles

    Hope it lasts longer than a minute

    • DanGwanCie

      That's what she said

    • Dhar Mann Enthusiast
      Dhar Mann Enthusiast

      That’s what she said.

    • Jason Lewis
      Jason Lewis

      That's what my girl says

    • Mike Sain
      Mike Sain

      Judging by her face that's what she said

  • Garth Rapp
    Garth Rapp

    I watched both of your videos, and his video... I have to say, for never doing this before, you did a GREAT job, and before I watched his video, my money would have been on you... Well, it'd be broke now, good lord did he make that look easy lol... I'm super pumped for version 3, I think with the added experience, and his helpful tips, you may be able to stump him!

  • Joanne Keefe
    Joanne Keefe

    Keep up the good work. We need seriou help since the lockpicker is telling every thief exactly what they need to destroy every lock! Help us!

  • Noodle Ninja
    Noodle Ninja

    I wonder if you could make a lock where the key functions magnetically, where there are either a set of magnetic pins that move up/down based on the magnetic force applied to them, or if youy could have magnet sensing circuitry that would remove any physical pins, and not be connected to anything via WIFI meaning that the only way to pick it is brute force

  • NotesSeries

    Can't believe that lockpicking layer picked this lock in a few seconds 🤯

  • Xaqaria

    Normally I roll my eyes at an incoming premiere. I'm actually looking forward to this one. I could see the two of you going back and forth to create a novel, manufacturable, and unpickable lock.

    • d silverleaf
      d silverleaf

      @Xaqaria sound logic, brother✌

    • Robert Amerson
      Robert Amerson

      @Xaqaria offensive measures? I like where this is going

    • Xaqaria

      @Devrost same person who sees a lock from a distance and knows what tools will be needed to open it, they'd recognize the lock and it's material. Not me, but LPL probably would, as would anyone who makes a profession of opening locks.

    • Devrost

      @Xaqaria who sees a metal and knows that it is titanium?

    • Xaqaria

      @Devrost There is lies the problem: You make a lock out of titanium, someone will assume what's behind it is worth the cost of the ~$320 oxyacetylene kit at your local box store 😂 Titanium melts at ~1670°C, oxyacetylene burns at ~3200°C. Maybe add offensive measures?

  • Björn Westman
    Björn Westman

    The limit of the security of a lock is how accessible the windows are…..

  • Vrfrf Gnfgnjr
    Vrfrf Gnfgnjr

    You know you succeeded when it is easier to break the door than to pick the lock

  • René Henriksen
    René Henriksen

    Man this lock almost looked like a carengine or a shiftingdrum from a motorcycle-gearbox when it was in designmode. Incredible.