Very Creative New Lock Design

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+6 1. nearen commented 8 years ago

Lock looks cool but the key... it's like something from a sexy shop :D
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0 2. bytebuster commented 8 years ago

I would like to see one of them working on a door or where else it is supposed to be used; I wonder if it would fit to a regular lock hole of a door or not. Do I have to make any adjustments on my door to fit the lock or not?
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+3 3. Thanos commented 8 years ago

Very interesting idea which makes the lock difficult (if not impossible) to address with the conventional lockpicking tools! And even with a potential lockpick designed to address this lock, the picking might take up far too long because of the sheer amount of combinations introduced... very good!

That said, I see two drawbacks of this set: no.1 the "keyhole" seem a bit too open so even something as simple as smearing it with a handful of mud is likely to jam the mechanism, and no.2 the key is rather bulky for the places where one, especially men, usually put their keys, which means you have to put the key where you're not used for it and, in my experience, that increases your chances of forgetting where put it and / or even losing it... although this doesn't affect anyone who carries keys in a bag / purse / etc... Not to mention that if you leave it on a shelf, your dog (maybe even cat) may take it for a new toy... =P
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+1 4. loadrunner commented 8 years ago

How does the lock react to a wrench, hammering some nails in the holes and twist ?
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0 5. Dmitry commented 8 years ago

A very cool idea, just not practical for most people. If I decide to upgrade my lock, I'd be more inclined to go for something with no key, not a huge dildo key. :x
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0 6. snotraddict commented 8 years ago

I don't have anything worth protecting to shell out $125 for a lock!

Next video, how to break into this lock. Someone will.
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0 7. Dendybar commented 8 years ago

The size of the key just make this lock unusable. Not sure if it will even fit in my pocket.
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0 8. Sizzlik (admin) commented 8 years ago

What most dont seem to understand..this is not an ordinary lock for your house. If a burgler sees such a lock on a (maybe even wooden) door..do you think he will try to pick it or simply try the windows (or become a Hacker..and use an axe =P)? This is more for a security door or a safe where you dont carry the key with you all the time.
I think its also possible to improove the key..for example make it foldable.
Or make it more secure..by twisting the top of the key the pins move into different settings..that way it can be used on several different locks and adds a small layer of security since you have to know which key with which setting fits to which door?
Compare it to todays keys from a safe or prisons..not very handy either
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0 9. ankit941 commented 5 years ago

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