Home made door lock

Doesnt work on any type of door, but a neat idea.

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+7 1. bella1 commented 8 years ago

besides already having a lock on the door it is just as effective to buy a new insert with a lock
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+15 2. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

Title says "It doesn't work on ANY type of door" ??? but a neat idea?
This is about the lamest idea I have ever seen.
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+13 3. drunkmonk commented 8 years ago

:D It was kind of a let down at the end
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+20 4. dave9191 commented 8 years ago

Great for securing hotel doors when you travel. All you need to pack is a dozen forks, a vice, a hack saw and a permanent marker....
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+7 5. Malakyte commented 8 years ago

I would not trust this trick. :S
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+3 6. jcski713 commented 8 years ago

This guy is trying to hard to narrate like the How it's made guy. He then places the fork into the door latch, he then sticks it in the vice, then he pounds it with a hammer, he then saws the handle off! :D
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+3 7. Burimi commented 8 years ago

This lock can damage (scratch) the door
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+2 8. ben26 commented 8 years ago

I would buy Sesame. It is a "little" bit more expensive then the fork though :D
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+6 9. loadrunner commented 8 years ago

#4 I always use a wooden wedge on the floor to lock the door.( especially if I have to travel far, and there are only cheap motels). And put a chair in front of it, so it has top make noise when someone breaks in.
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+2 10. marleymanbob commented 8 years ago

WTF was that?!?!
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+4 11. Dennyboy commented 8 years ago

Maybe he should get it patented?... :D
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+4 12. captain_obvious commented 8 years ago

did he really need 3 and a half minute to explain this?!
a child could push this open.
why not just repair the lock that was already on the door.
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+3 13. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

How are you going to lock the door with this piece of crap then go out? :S
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+3 14. ehcanadian commented 8 years ago

Nice to show an example on a door that ALREADY has a lock on it! Wow.
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+2 15. joeman commented 8 years ago

Hotel comment... "oops, I forgot my vise!"