HakkaDeal Lock Pick Practice Set with Transparent Padlock  -  SILVER £5.31 @ gearbest
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HakkaDeal Lock Pick Practice Set with Transparent Padlock - SILVER £5.31 @ gearbest

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Found 19th Sep
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Main Features:
● Lightweight and compact design, easy to hold and operate
● Transparent padlock lets you see clearly all parts inside
● Made of stainless steel material, anti-rust and durable
● When the key inserts into or out of the plug, you can see the pins moving down and up. Let you know how the shear line comes out
● It is the right practice lock for you to study how to open a lock, and know about the structure of a padlock
● Dimensions: approximate 12.8 x 0.8 x 0.2cm ( lock pick ), 7 x 0.7 x 0.3cm ( Z shape tension wrench ), 8.1 x 1 x 0.2cm ( L shape tension wrench ), 3 x 5 x 1.2cm ( padlock ), 7.6 x 1 x 0.7cm ( tweezers )

17 Comments

good for thief professionals to be ...

can this kit be used to 'crack' any manual padlock?

Or are there new preventative measures?

Newbie 'thief professional'

Save some time and try lock bumping instead!

I saw a guy pick an 8-lever Merc C-Class door lock with one of these last year down in Cornwall...!! (the missus locked our keys in the car.!!) - I swore that one of us was going home to pick up the spare keys! Took him an hour but I was so impressed with his skills that I'm going to buy this and have a practice myself. Coz, lets be right, She ain't getting any less dizzy in her old age! Handy! Thanks.
Edited by: "imiskeen" 19th Sep

crazymonkey1 h, 28 m ago

can this kit be used to 'crack' any manual padlock? Or are there new …can this kit be used to 'crack' any manual padlock? Or are there new preventative measures? Newbie 'thief professional'

I bought a similar kit a couple of weeks ago from Banggood. Most standard padlocks are easy to beat with picks. Door locks have some anti picking measures which take a bit of practice to beat

£5.20 for me but would I use it?
Ever?

Seriously?

And ordered

So if these really work, why do we always see "locksmiths" drilling out door locks on "Can't pay, we'll take it away"?
Edited by: "unob" 19th Sep

Worth mentioning that if you are stopped by the police with a set of picks on your person then you can be charged with 'going equipped to steal' if you can't convince them that you have a legit reason.

unob6 m ago

So if these really work, why do we always see "locksmiths" drilling out …So if these really work, why do we always see "locksmiths" drilling out door locks on "Can't pay, we'll take it away"?

​Probably because it's guaranteed to work and the locks would be replaced anyway.

crazymonkey4 h, 55 m ago

can this kit be used to 'crack' any manual padlock? Or are there new …can this kit be used to 'crack' any manual padlock? Or are there new preventative measures? Newbie 'thief professional'

​Cheap locks sure, though a lot of locks these days have 'security pins' to complicate things but with practice you can defeat them. Bosnian Bill on YouTube is a great channel for this sort of thing.

Saw a video of some fella attaching these to an electric toothbrush....appeared to work quite well.

unob1 h, 6 m ago

So if these really work, why do we always see "locksmiths" drilling out …So if these really work, why do we always see "locksmiths" drilling out door locks on "Can't pay, we'll take it away"?


Quicker

Codes expired

Yep. Expired.

Maskarova19th Sep

Saw a video of some fella attaching these to an electric …Saw a video of some fella attaching these to an electric toothbrush....appeared to work quite well.

​Works similarly to a pick-gun that you see feds etc use in films etc.
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