Posted on Apr 14 2008 - 3:35pm by Russ
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Crafty little gadget… looks like a credit card, but actually holds a lock pick set hidden inside it’s 1/8 inch think casing (about twice as thick as a normal credit card). The lock pick set includes 4 individual picks and a two sided tension bar tool. The picks are stamped from stainless steel but feel a bit thin to touch. Be careful not to bend them, or you may be buying a new set. The credit card lock pick set will cost you about $9.95. Not...

After watching the video of the Forever Lock being unlocked I would agree that it is pretty close to un-pickable. And then I dug a bit deeper and found a video of some guy who figured out how to bump-pick the lock. Sure it takes some skill and an existing key blank, but this lock will still foil most lock-pickers. There is no mention of the hardness or type of steel used on the lock so I am not sure how it will hold up to a grinder, hacksaw, or large bolt cutters. Either way, the...

Learning how to pick a lock can come in handy from time-to-time. Whether you get locked out of your house or lose the keys to your old bike lock. Sure you could solve either of those problems in a more aggressive manner, but why not learn how a lock actually works. There are plenty of cool resources available for learning how to pick locks. This particular tool is a

Whether you want to up your street cred with the spy nerds or simply have a habit of forgetting your house keys, the Gentleman’s Bogota Lock pick might be what you need.  The Gentleman’s Bogota Lockpicks are made of stainless steel and are just 3 1/2-inches long.  You can hide them in your bag, on your clothes, or inside of a hat.  Don’t know how to use a lock pick?  Here is my

Posted on Jan 20 2009 - 9:30am by Russ
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    If you have ever wanted to learn how to pick locks there are many tools (check your local laws regarding locksmith tools) that make picking a lock easy. But if you want to actually understand how a lock works… and how to pick it in the “old fashioned” way,...

The video above shows off one of the coolest pickup truck toolboxes ever. No more having your tools sliding around in the bed of your truck or having a large lock-box that alerts criminals to something of value. This dude built shelves inside of the side panel of the truck bed. To access the hidden toolbox he electrically opens the entire side of the pickup truck bed. Not only does this custom truck tool box make use of free space it is almost theft proof. A criminal can’t steal what they can’t find. ...

Posted on Apr 29 2013 - 7:23am by L.
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I think I finally found the ideal pair of headphones for my teenage son.  A wicked bright pair of eye popping high contrast orange/gray/white colored headphones called the Boom Blocks by Coloud.  Read on for my review of the Coloud...

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QwLv5HloyhI As soon as the lock was invented, people were attempting to pick them. This gadget named the “ring of the devil” is made to pick electronics and electromechanical locks. The best part (or worse part if this lock is securing your home or office) is that it works. Watch the video… then buy one? [

Posted on Mar 7 2008 - 8:40am by Russ
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Not a bad looking, and fully functional, bike lock that may have additional uses. 🙂 The last bike locks I have seen/purchased were almost as big, and heavy, as my bike. Nice to see a smaller solution with some style. They are made from hardened laminated steel and...