Making an unpickable lock. Calling locksmiths

25-Noy, 2020
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How hard could it be to make an unpickable lock? Turns out pretty flippin hard. After I recovering from the mental and physical turmoil of getting this thing made I called up a locksmith to see if they would be able to pick it. A fun time for all involved.

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    • Send it to the lock picking lawyer then you'll see what it means for a lock to be picked

      Senan MurphySenan MurphyKun oldin
    • Send it to the lock picking lawyer on youtube. If he can't pick it your good

      Integer0verloadInteger0verload10 kun oldin
    • Send it to the lock picking lawyer

      Joseph SaJoseph Sa14 kun oldin
    • Sorry about the late reply but its possible to make a tool that will memorise where a pin set and do it for each and then execute and open it Hard for yours but not impossible

      CommanderWolfyXCommanderWolfyX18 kun oldin
    • Seeing all your stuff here and the brilliant mind behind it is pretty cool I have to admit. I want to put u up to a challenge. See if u can make an automatic braiding machine. Doesn't matter if its fully mechanical or if software is involved, its totally up to u.

      James TschetterJames Tschetter18 kun oldin
  • So unpickable but I "rob" people with a axe not a pick lock

    DotsDots2 soat oldin
  • Jeez thats wild, how do you learn to use all of those design tools?

    Joe ZinckJoe Zinck2 soat oldin
  • Please make a wooden trumpet work if you can

    William MoonWilliam Moon4 soat oldin
  • 2 months 2 days since video came out, still waiting yo

    Jason TreworgyJason Treworgy6 soat oldin
  • @lockpickinglawyer

    Jem AguilarJem Aguilar6 soat oldin
  • Stuff made here: makes unpickable lock Burglar: just breaks window/door

    queetcheequeetchee6 soat oldin
  • ~outside a calm and soothing voice can be heard~ "One is loose, a nice click out of two, three is binding, nothing on four, five is set."

    Byakko MediaByakko Media6 soat oldin
  • All locks with pins are pickable So let's not use pins Yea we'll duh G1 we have digital locks But im thinking about something that doesn't electricity Think about it

    G1 EXPERTG1 EXPERT6 soat oldin
  • The ones that don't have a key are the easiest to pick, you just need to find the (single)trigger.

    S. SmithS. Smith7 soat oldin
  • "If you want a truly unpickable lock, just get a lock that doesn't have a key." LPL viewers: *ahem*

    XGD5layerXGD5layer7 soat oldin
  • You two should be on TV

    AR9fyAR9fy8 soat oldin
  • There is no unpickable lock in the World

    imim8 soat oldin
  • You better patent this before i do

    Johnny B. GoodeJohnny B. Goode8 soat oldin
  • If you want a truly unpickable lock, add rollers to the sides of the pins.

    Garg710Garg7109 soat oldin
  • If he's not wearing blue overalls and smells of gasoline somehow....he's not a locksmith!

    Grand NoobianGrand Noobian9 soat oldin
  • Imagine making a superlock, on a glass dore!

    YarsaYarsa11 soat oldin
  • @LockPickingLawyer

    JyeThePieGuyJyeThePieGuy12 soat oldin
  • make a 50 pin lock

    was_that_the_meme_of_87was_that_the_meme_of_8712 soat oldin
  • Now send it to Lockpicking Lawyer and he will open it with a zip tie or a twig.

    greenspiraldragongreenspiraldragon13 soat oldin
  • But locking pick lawyer tho!!!! O_O

    -MouseAccuracy--MouseAccuracy-22 soat oldin
  • @stuffmadehere you should send that lock to the lock picking lawyer on youtube and see if he could pick it

    Jacob ByrneJacob Byrne22 soat oldin
  • When is it planned to be sent?

    FamilyKirbyFamilyKirbyKun oldin
  • What app is he using on his iPad?

    TheDblaine12TheDblaine12Kun oldin
  • I just got into lockpicking, so satisfying the feeling when that lock turns after an hour of trying and trying ✌

    vili toivolavili toivolaKun oldin
  • I would like to see what lockpickinglawyer would think of this

    vili toivolavili toivolaKun oldin
  • A lock with no keys? The one you can open with a strong magnet if poorly installed? lol By the way, I think that keylock is a product worth investing. If I had the money, I'd sure invest into that. This and that "new" bowley lock.

    KeatonKeatonKun oldin
  • am i the only one where on his monitor was "nose picking"?

    Thomas WilliamsThomas WilliamsKun oldin
  • "keep trying until you run out of ways to do it wrong" motivation 100

    Ꮯɨɛʟ ᏢɦǟռtօʍɦɨʋɛᏟɨɛʟ ᏢɦǟռtօʍɦɨʋɛKun oldin
  • Waiting for the LPL to get the lock

    Friedrich Der GroßeFriedrich Der GroßeKun oldin
  • If I were u I’d patent that

    djko kane WHHR HOOD HEAT RADIOdjko kane WHHR HOOD HEAT RADIOKun oldin
  • Does anyone know what program he uses on his iPad?

    Avery SpencerAvery SpencerKun oldin
  • The strongest home door lock system is only a good as your weakest window. Better have that alarm system.

    DylanDylanKun oldin
  • This needs to be sent to LPL. I want to see him uploading a video longer than 2 minutes.

    Hussam HallakHussam HallakKun oldin
  • Wives, they just can't accept you were right.

    Marcelo GonzalezMarcelo GonzalezKun oldin
  • You cant not lockpick this lock me breach and clear

    chip skylarkchip skylarkKun oldin
  • "Some people just want to watch the world burn"

    MtnGio GamesMtnGio GamesKun oldin
  • *lock smith picks lock* “DAMN IT!” Locksmith: what did I do wrong? I did what you hired me for... 😂😂

    Nolan's ProjectsNolan's ProjectsKun oldin
  • Lockpicking lawyer really quiet since this.

    promontoriumpromontoriumKun oldin
  • Hell yes! I was sitting here like PLEASE send it to the Lock Picking Lawyer! I’d love to see him try this! Then your awesome wife suggested it as I was thinking it... idk why that got me super pumped... maybe because it’s cool to find other people who know about niche channels, even tho he has more than 2 million subs 😂😂 🤷🏻‍♀️

    S’moresy SmoresS’moresy SmoresKun oldin
  • You should make a quiet propeller-less drone dyson fan style @Nilesh Gandhi

    *GameOver**GameOver*Kun oldin
  • this guy is so epic

    McIntosh WebberMcIntosh Webber2 kun oldin
  • *kicks the door in*

    The Money ManThe Money Man2 kun oldin
  • Send it!!!

    Sin D.Sin D.2 kun oldin
  • There's still one issue. What happens if you're locked out?

    Harrison FreundHarrison Freund2 kun oldin
  • The only way to claim your lock is unpickable is if LPL can't pick it.

    Jason JaseJason Jase2 kun oldin
  • what is that app?

    Ducky boiDucky boi2 kun oldin
  • I wonder what that drawing softeare is he using

    wool lobster317wool lobster3172 kun oldin
  • says in the video its not a unpickable lock the title making a unpickable lock

    Skii ShowTimeSkii ShowTime2 kun oldin
  • Has LPL tried it yet?

    john kjohn k2 kun oldin
  • Wait wait wait.... So your telling that the lock picking in ES 4: Oblivion....was accurate??

    RifleryRiflery2 kun oldin
  • the only expert is thelockpickinglawyer

    Alison WinderbrakeAlison Winderbrake2 kun oldin
  • Taa _ Taa 🤔🤔

    Naveen KumarNaveen Kumar2 kun oldin
  • two wrenches

    zcrylikzcrylik2 kun oldin
  • YES Send to LPL

    Alex Osu!Alex Osu!2 kun oldin
  • Now you need to make a big indestructible door and put the lock inside it so it can't be break with anything.

    Nico CNico C2 kun oldin
  • Just checking but it seems you didn't send it to the LockPickingLawyer yet! Looking forward ...!

    Tarcisio ArzuffiTarcisio Arzuffi2 kun oldin
  • "This is the LockPickingLawyer here and today I have for you an unpickable lock made by the UZworld channel Stuff Made Here. I am about to pick this lock." *5 seconds later* "As you can clearly see with a 5 second picking time this lock is easily the toughest and most durable lock I've featured on my channel."

    DemocrabDemocrab2 kun oldin
  • 4:40 top center.

    bogdan192bogdan1922 kun oldin
  • I have never seen a dog break the 4th wall with ears that conveyed an arched eyebrow...until now. Oh, and congratulations on the lock! I hope it makes you rich.

    Anony grazerAnony grazer2 kun oldin
  • When you forgot your key

    WhooshyLushyWhooshyLushy2 kun oldin
  • then bosnian bill!

    Joshua McDonaldJoshua McDonald2 kun oldin
  • does anyone here actually know what he's talking about?

    Neo DongNeo Dong2 kun oldin
  • Try a machine gun

    Jacob SJacob S2 kun oldin
  • I would like to Purchase about five of these

    Daniel ArellanesDaniel Arellanes3 kun oldin
  • You are a very smart and skilled inventor. Too bad your wife is a downer.

    PerryPerry3 kun oldin
  • I would buy one i have a feeling he will not be able to get it open

    alex bromberekalex bromberek3 kun oldin
  • What is the name of that drawing tablet?

    Nico Di' AngeloNico Di' Angelo3 kun oldin
  • You got to send it to lock picking lawyer

    Chris McfaulChris Mcfaul3 kun oldin
  • Did you ever end up sending that lock to lockpickinglawyer?

    blademaster2846blademaster28463 kun oldin
  • wait has LockPickingLawyer got the lock yet?

    Doge PacitoDoge Pacito3 kun oldin
  • this guy is so smart wtf also so modest than considers all possibilities

    josem138josem1383 kun oldin
  • Send LPL the lock already!

    kdizzy07kdizzy073 kun oldin
  • Best selling

    Longxin Chen zhouLongxin Chen zhou3 kun oldin
  • I came here to say that someone needed to get LPL on this...imagine my delight when I saw that LPL himself has already seen it! I hope this provides a hefty challenge to him!

    Nicholas KaelberNicholas Kaelber3 kun oldin
  • Send it to the lock picking lawyer

    andrew hansenandrew hansen3 kun oldin
  • Wife: i think you should get an expert *proceeds to call dj khaled for help* 0:36

    3zOzDark3zOzDark3 kun oldin
  • What is the aap you are using

    Carter MorrowCarter Morrow3 kun oldin
  • Send it to bosnisan bill

    Jan DalipiJan Dalipi3 kun oldin
  • send it to lock pick lawyer

    Aaron AmericanAaron American3 kun oldin
  • Hahah you have a great wife🤘

    Jan DalipiJan Dalipi3 kun oldin
  • I want to see that tree climbing robot that hangs Christmas lights

    Ethan SalvadoreEthan Salvadore3 kun oldin
  • City lock picks

    S-Trooper 2.0S-Trooper 2.03 kun oldin
  • I love the diabolical engineering. You hit the nail on the head with the comment about the mechanical complexity being too much. It creates more long-term potential points of failure, and the last thing you want a few years down the line is to be forced to break it during an emergency. Perhaps someday you could expand a bit on the keyless lock idea. There are benefits to keyless physical access control, but also challenges. In the realm of high-assurance/governmental access control, they will sometimes have to pay companies like HID roughly three times the industry standard cost to meet audit/certification requirements despite the actual hardware not being much different if at all. It's also the case that a single breach caused by a design flaw could compromise every unit with the same model/technology whereas physical keys are usually inherently different. They've gotten pretty good in recent years, but there are mass-produced models as new as a couple of years ago that have needed complete recalls due to product-inherent defects. Humans are generally the weakest link in terms of security, so as long as the general security posture holds and people respect it, the access control portion is more of a precautionary measure and a way to uphold the theatrical aspect that reassures those involved. As good as physical, electronic, biometric, and other systems have become, none are infallible. Common sense will always be king. For example, this lock could be picked using a field imaging rig (fun laser wand) to send the internal dimensions to a CAD file which could be used to calibrate one's tools or even create a key. This isn't common or cost-effective, but it pretty much defeats the entire design philosophy of most locks. The whole 'security through obscurity' design philosophy can be taken in the other direction.

    That GuyThat Guy3 kun oldin
  • Send it

    oo3 kun oldin
  • Send it to him!!!!!!!

    Christian TurnerChristian Turner3 kun oldin
  • Me: doesn't understand anything in the video but still watching it

    Hachuum ᎪᎪᎪHachuum ᎪᎪᎪ3 kun oldin
  • Who would win? Nearly Unpickable lock Shitty wooden door

    Son_of_the_HeavyMetalSon_of_the_HeavyMetal3 kun oldin
  • Subscribed =D

    DoubleDipDuckDoubleDipDuck3 kun oldin
  • The progam in use fordrawing locks is called...?

    DoubleDipDuckDoubleDipDuck3 kun oldin
  • Lock picking lawyer please

    Fada PFada P3 kun oldin
  • The unpick able lock is next too a piece of glass ?. Oh and drill the guts out with any cordless

    Big EarsBig Ears3 kun oldin
  • I liked!! Not just because i really love the video! I just love how you took your time and you didnt let anyone stop you!

    lightningdart 62lightningdart 623 kun oldin
  • So basically you've combined a pin tumbler and a warded lever into one lock. Interesting approach. If you wanted it to be commercially viable you'd mostly need a way to set different combinations other than by how you machine it in the first place. I can think of a few ways you might do that, and it's a trivial problem compared to reliably locking the pins. Wouldn't be of much practical use for residential doors since burglars tend to just force entry rather than picking the lock, but you might find some market for it for high-security vault doors and such. I expect picking this thing would consist of feeling for slight differences in how far the tumbler turns, adjusting one pin at a time and trying to feel when you've got it lined up with the wards. Might not be totally impossible, but definitely not going to be easy. A lot more like trying to pick a combination lock. Don't get too excited about locks that don't use physical keys. They merely have different vulnerabilities, and there have been some spectacular failures ranging from anyone with a smartphone being able to reset the code and open it to being made with all plastic internals that melt open in ten seconds with a propane torch.

    Laurence PerkinsLaurence Perkins4 kun oldin
  • Yeah RFID locks might be unpickable, but they are extremely hackable. You are probably much safer with a hard to pick lock as than an RFID lock.

    EricEric4 kun oldin
  • "yeah i played oblivion, i know how locks work"

    Shinpi-tekiShinpi-teki4 kun oldin
  • I’ll take your singular lock

    Nerd searchNerd search4 kun oldin
  • Better stash a battering ram outside the house incase you ever lock yourself out lol

    Djani36Djani364 kun oldin
  • send ti to lockpickinglawyer and bosnianbill ;)

    kmetvhribihkmetvhribih4 kun oldin
  • You know you are still a fourth grader at heart when you laughed atbthe fart sound when he revealed the lock

    9er9er4 kun oldin
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