How often is something actually a fluke when you try again?
I do not agree. This is the perfect place to hide the flash drive containing the music video "Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley.
It is an interesting point that putting all of your stuff in a “security device” is a great way to help a thief narrow down their search. Having one out in the open, let’s them find and take everything you find valuable without much effort!
Never show off on social media what you have, you're just asking for trouble
lock companies HATE him
lpl uploading again with yet another destruction of another lock's pride and security. keep it up lpl, there must be many more locks to defeat with relatively ridiculous ease.
With this kind of burn, half of a medium sized city could go up in flames.
Why do I get the feeling a magnet could defeat that thing.
She should use this box as a decoy (leave it in the open, fill it with rocks or something) and keep her real valuables hidden and better secured!!
Ouch, felt that burn through the screen.
"lets do it again to show it's not a fluke"the ancient mayan god of fortune who's been rigging these videos the whole time: * laughs maniacally *
Hmm I wonder if my city rake (that hardly opens anything) could jiggle that open. But look at that bitting on the key. LOL.
Can somebody here recommended a good gun safe?
"This is the lockpicking lawyer and today I'm going to lockpick a nuke to launch it " [some time later] "Okay, now let's do it again so you can see it was not a fluke"
great video…as always !!!
hands the back of a pick
This deserves the highest honour of cheap shitty locks lol
I picked up a similar Honeywell box like this years ago and opened it by turning the unlocking knob kinda hard, not even hard enough to require tools or even make my hand uncomfortable. Utter rubbish.
You know, you could have even locked it with the wafer jiggler instead of using the key. 😇
Companies should be able to be sued for bullshit like this.
This reminds me of a lock box I had as a teen. I would pick it open with the small “punch” accessory on my pocketknife.
I fully agree. This device cons the user in thinking there is some security, while there is none. That screws up their risk management and hence makes them less secure.
Seems like you could just pick up the whole box and walk out with it
Even worse than nothing at all.. ouch, that was really brutal. Good work though, companies that make such crap should be called out.
The law school is opening themselves up to a lawsuit by recommending faulty products.
It's not a fluke with TLPL…..its never a flukeAnd you have a nice day too
Pretty much everything that company builds is compete shit.
Honeywell? more like honey oh well.
I assume if LPL has a boat its name is "Not a Fluke"
The Wafer Jiggler sounds like a bad pulp villain
I would have a big safe in my house and put all the valuables somewhere else . I might even put a bag of dog sh-t in a sealed bag inside so the thief could have something for there trouble.
But you see you're not allowed to break into safes and steal stuff because you will go to jail so it's perfect 🤣
We wanna see the 350z!
That is the perfect hide for Glitter Bomb. Doesn't necessarily stop the thief, but definitely makes him/her easier to recognize.
That's a great set of jigglers.
I'd say that it's not worse than nothing.It would serve as a good decoy, if you make sure to put your valuables under your mattress or something.
I'm truly disappointed. I thought you were going to use a popsicle stick.
LPL: "….wafer…."Me: Oh no! No, it can't be!
is that one of those locks that they conveniently print the key number on the lock for you?
I’ve done this with a steak knife.
How well did you do, honey?
Did he say Fort Knox?!?! Id pay money to see The LPL bust his way into that place.
That lock is so terrible, even a well directed fart would probably open it!
Cheap, outdated laptop. Half a pound of thermite. One hour time delay from when it's removed from the safe. Doubt that'll happen too often afterwards. Maybe a couple Tile and Airtag thingies in there too for good measure, though I suspect the small mushroom cloud will be enough to track it down.
I raked it open just by thinking about it after seeing those keys.
Do that new eufy "smartdrop package box" next plz
If you're truly worried about someone accessing your valuables you should get what is call and "inner compartment safe." These little safes range in size can be bolted or welded down and have a variety of locks ranging from safe deposit style locks to proper group 2 safe locks, to medeco cam locks. It's literally a cheap little steel box with a lock. Some are as small as 8"x8"x8" and have a group 2m safe lock. If you're worried about someone knowing safe lock manipulation get a 4 wheel group 1 safe lock installed. The kind with the snap action drop lever, while not impossible to manipulate open it's significantly higher skill.
Some take SFIC cores so pick your flavor of pick resistant cores. If you get it from a good safe company they can adapt it to fit just about anything you want to secure it with.How do I know all this you ask, safe technician.
When a wafer jiggle works that quickly, my experience shows that most keys that fit the slot will work the same as the wafer juggler. This applies for most office cabinets and desk drawers. I learned this when my desk drawer was compromised at work Lucky for me, all they found was work stuff..
Oh no, it's the Jiggler! Let's get outta here! – Shaggy to Scooby-Doo!
"A thief doesn't need to spend time looking for your valuables, you conveniently put them all in one place for them."
True about every "secure" container… ever .
For the people that say, "that's why 'hiding' stuff is your first defense against theft", sorry, but you're being naive. That's security-by-obscurity, and it only works when your host criminal element is an unmotivated imbecile. It may stop a moronic meth head going through withdrawal, but it won't stop a professional thief whatsoever. They will know where to look, and what is vs. is-not worth their time to steal.
"If I take a letter, lock it in a safe, hide the safe somewhere in New York, and then tell you to read the letter, that’s not security. That’s obscurity. On the other hand, if I take a letter and lock it in a safe, and then give you the safe along with the design specifications of the safe and a hundred identical safes with their combinations so that you and the world’s best safecrackers can study the locking mechanism—and you still can’t open the safe and read the letter, that’s security." – Bruce Schneier,
If you keep your valuables on-premise, you have to assume whomever wants your stuff is going to find it . And when they do, you had better have something better than the piece of crap LPL showed in this video to protect it.
taking one look at this safe instantly tells the horrible quality, like the fact that there are only 5 numbers or the wiggly door and lock
I’m guessing the school was required to recommend the safe as part of their Honeywell HVAC maintenance contract.
"Honeywell has made fantastic job proving that when it comes to security something isn't always better than nothing."
I think you should include a recommendation what to get instead. For example, instead of this product you could get a transparent zip bag. When you put any valuables inside such a bag, you absolutely know that you should hide that bag well.
pro tipp: buy one of these, fill it with a few rocks. Thief will likely not open it while in the house, but instead take the entire thing, thinking its super valuable. Genius.
I have a teacher that's always bragging about how they work at Honeywell and how it's a great job, very creative team, etc, etc. I showed her this video and she went awfully quiet afterwards.
That one could almost be used to a April fools video. Since except from LPL's wife, he also have his honey (Honeywell safe), and his honey (again, the safe) is extremely easy, and have many ways to get into. And whatever you do, always open her up.😏
This kind of device is better than nothing, though. Just avoid putting your valuables into that box and remember to keep it closed.
"so how is the safe""worse than nothing""do you mean better than nothing""nope… literally worse than nothing"
Ha ha ha! Nice point on something not necessarily being better than nothing!
Looking at the keys, you could probably open that lock with a well aimed fart.
well honey! it is not good!
Any key that fits in that tumbler could easily wiggle it open.
Not the shortest video LPL has ever made, but it's pretty close. On the bright side, Honeywell stock went up today after they were mention on this channel. Coincidence?
I will admit before watching this video I was under the same impression of "something is better than nothing." However when you pointed out the fact that "now you have put all your valuables in one place, I can totally see what you mean! Thanks for giving a new perspective on this type of situation!
This looks like the type of locks I saw at a bunch of schools and churchs that I could open with the awl on my Swiss Army Knife when I forgot the key.
The only time a thief would need to spend is the time spent looking on this channel. Quick look on LPL will tell you if the lock is easy to open.
Wonder if anyone else has noticed that with the name as well:So close to Honey Pot… It's a Trap!
Such Experts like you should work in the research & developement departments of such companies.I think we will get better products. 🙂
If you just straight up hide your valuable stuff your probably better off in most cases.
No surprise something this lame is labeled as security when you consider the world we live in . Supreme court judges don't know what a woman is . A cross dressing freak man becomes a woman heading up a government agency . Also wears a 4 stripe uniform of a Navy Admiral without ever being in the military . Joe Biden got 81 million votes . Yeah that lock box security is right on cue .
Honeywell has been screwing up a lot of stuff lately. Not just lock boxes. A lot of military aviation equipment has been grounded lately. Thanks Honeywell.
I might just get this as a diversion device and put some semi valuable stuff in it.
Honeywell? More like Honeypoorly!
Thank you, I'll be here all weekend.
I'd like to see some methods of opening these cheap devices that don't include the covert companion. It's not likely that the thief who robs me will have a CC on hand, so how do these boxes fare against your Average Joe who spots the box and tries to get in with whatever he can find nearby, (paper clip, hairpin, screwdriver…)?
This reminds me of the Yugo Koral car, where you could open the door lock with a screwdriver, a coin, a crowbar, you name it. Ironically, the only thing that could lock up the keyway was the key itself
When I saw what passed for the key bitting, I realized it wasn't going to take much.
Make a lock
So… the best way to use this is put in some cheap glass jewelery (something nice enough to make it tempting to steal, but not really valuable), older laptop and something to take a picture when this box opens? This way, potentional burglar will see this box, open it, take "valuables" and leave you with a nice picture for police.
the irony is, being a thief today has never been easier 🤣
Masterlock: Shots fired! Someone's after our crown – back to the drawing board people!
Your outro cadence…is it pre-recorded or are you actually that consistent?
This is why manufacturers should stick with what they're good at In honeywells case, that would be combi boiler components
Every kid in the dorm knows how to open those.
Fisherprice is undefeated.
I'm curious, if the school signed a personal security "sales" contract with the vendor to receive payback on all devices sold, including maybe bike locks, backpack systems, dorm intruder alerts, etc…. Is this a False protection gimmick (scheme) of the company to provide low cost "inferior" products and charge high market retail in a specific environment?
Now the question is what other flaws are there with this?I wouldn't expect an Abloy core, but at least I'd expect a decent 5-pin core with at least one security pin.
Considering getting this just to booby trap it with a paralytic gas release when oxidized, or some kind of vile stench to trace the would-be burglar.
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I dont think honeywell makes anything good. ive seen their thermostats catch fire before.
Again, an example of what happens in a third world country like the United States, as it does not have any real and functional body for consumer protection, as we have in Argentina.
So you saying this is a decoy safe, whereas the loot is under the bed.
that's the sort of lock I opened with a paperclip in 4th grade, lol.
Getting close to 1 billion views. Amazing!
subtitles tell me you pick loch's 🙂
Could you do a video with a brief tutorial for all of the tools on the covert companion, I just bought one and I’m familiar with most of the tools on it, but not all. Thanks!
Wow, worse than Master Lock.
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