[1245] Swedish Anchor Lås 802-2 Padlock Picked FAST (7-Pin Dorma Core)

Thomas Eriksson
Thomas Eriksson

Hello all,  Normally I do not comment on YouTube videos related to the padlocks we are producing.  I am humbled to see that LockPickingLawyer is taking on our padlocks in his famous Youtube channel. He is really skilled and does a great job keeping us lock manufactures on our toes.  However, this time I find it a bit unfair as LPL is actually testing a lock cylinder made by DormaKaba which happens to be installed, probably by a locksmith, in one of our padlocks. A type of padlock without cylinder we sell to locksmiths for them to install certified Scandinavian Oval cylinder in.      Even though I find DormaKaba to be a fine company I cannot take credit for nor be responsible for the quality of all their cylinders.  I do, however, guarantee that the Swedish manufactured padlock in this video is made to the highest standard and quality.  Stay safe and secure! Best regards Tomas Eriksson  CEO and Owner ANCHOR LÅS AB  SWEDEN

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Mike Hawk
Mike Hawk

Att du tittar på LockPickingLawyer och faktiskt ger ett så grymt svar gör mig stolt som svensk trots att jag inte har något med detta att göra... :) Kudos

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Aaron KoRn
Aaron KoRn

don’t worry sir, all locks can be picked, just be grateful that people are lazy and don’t wanna learn

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David Miscaviage
David Miscaviage

Just came here to say Penis Fart

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C S
C S

Recap: we make Ferarris without engines and we license with Hyundai to add the engine. The engine blows up and catches fire but what does everyone see? A burning Ferrari. They conclude that Ferraris are unsafe and nobody buys them anymore. I would rethink my partnerships.

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ts757arse
ts757arse

@Sharpthings Inspace and that depends on your theat model and set up as to whether it's an issue or not. All security can be circumvented. It's a matter of how you deploy it to ensure that risk is as low as possible and the obstacles / risk of being caught are sufficient to deter or make it impractical. Using that thinking, no one would ever use a padlock with a shackle less than 20mm thick.

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The Editor AMVs
The Editor AMVs

Oh dear... looked like an epic lock

10 soat oldin
Joël
Joël

I bet this was a fluke :D

2 kun oldin
Cameron Barker
Cameron Barker

Sooo quitting my job today and starting my criminal career, anyone else?

7 kun oldin
The Blue Parrotfish
The Blue Parrotfish

Why everything so easy 😂

8 kun oldin
Cody Seren
Cody Seren

The lockpicking lawyer has been challenged! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7vPNcnYWQ4

16 kun oldin
joe williams
joe williams

holy crap thats the same key as the assa ofg thats meant to be one of the hardest to pick.it must be an offshoot from them being swedish too

21 kun oldin
SWEmanque
SWEmanque

People shouldn't really give Anchor Lås a bad time for this, as they only make the lock body and not the core. Note that the body is exactly what the LockPickingLawyer notes is of really good quality. Blaming Anchor Lås is like blaming the manufacturer of a door on a drafty house because the builder of the house forgot to install insulation in the walls.

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Aaron KoRn
Aaron KoRn

this lock looks tough, unbreakable, ... never mind

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VicariousReality7
VicariousReality7

Jag har en Anchor 840-4 här med mycket större skillnad i nyckelmönstret, Dorma 7 stifts, har uppe en video

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XBeastModeXEPIC
XBeastModeXEPIC

DDAAAAAMMMNNNNN!!!!!! This lock got demolished

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GhostStang
GhostStang

I don't know if you have already done this or thought about it, why don't you partner with a company and design the strongest unpickable padlock? I mean if you did that you would sell them like crazy.

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Robin Tanner
Robin Tanner

They should drop this one into the sea like the anchor it is.

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vlk
vlk

Try tokoz Gama pro :)

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RobGcraft
RobGcraft

LPL: *is highly skilled professional* Also LPL: *AGGRESSIVE WIGGLE NOISES*

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pablo rages
pablo rages

No notification of this vid :(

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aloha blue
aloha blue

Love the shine on that lock body!

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Zappa
Zappa

In this day and age, why we're still using a metal object called a key to unlock a security device is just plain silly. Biometrics, NFC and smart chips offer far better resilience than a metal object stuck in a hole.

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Sam
Sam

Seems like a fluke because you only did it once.

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hector Antonio González ordaz
hector Antonio González ordaz

the thing whit the lock and that min knife, i want to know how to do that

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forbannadeskitpiss
forbannadeskitpiss

You know it is a bad sign if the video is just 1:26 long

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fire surfer
fire surfer

I was doing something else during the first few seconds waiting for the intro to be over and I nearly missed him raking it. I just started laughing. Really. Caught me off-guard.

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Gian Diaz
Gian Diaz

So where does this dude put his locks? Does he put them in a safe with a lock?

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Your Mother
Your Mother

so i have a question. if the lock can be wave raked open, could you also pick it open too or do you think that will be too much time?

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fire surfer
fire surfer

Duh.

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EveDub
EveDub

Can you do a video on which ones are actually secure?

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Cool Legends Gaming
Cool Legends Gaming

LPL could probably get several Guinness World records: Most Locks Picked Most Locks Picked by the tool bill and he made Most Locks raked Fastest lock picking ever. And many more

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Caleb Holderby
Caleb Holderby

LPL, I've been watching you for quite a while and I love your content; however, you're so good at being monotone that I'm starting to think that you win cases by putting the jury to sleep. Best regards!

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alexander nuñez castillo
alexander nuñez castillo

quien viene de un poco de todo

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Odium
Odium

Lås = Lock

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HeFromNorwayz
HeFromNorwayz

Someone in the anglosphere that accualy can say å without sounding like they got a wrench down their throut

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Jason
Jason

To be fair, run of the mil thieves would not use a rake, they would just use a bolt cutter on that relatively slim shackle. Still quickly open.

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Cristhian Hernández
Cristhian Hernández

create a channel in spanish please

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dronmk2
dronmk2

It's just a fluke!

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Matthew Parker
Matthew Parker

I love these vids that’s all I have to say

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What Problem
What Problem

I'm comment 803

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Jon D
Jon D

Swedish lock company: Oh LPL reviewed our lock! Oh..... It's under 2 minutes......

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Thomas Eriksson
Thomas Eriksson

Normally I do not comment on YouTube videos related to the padlocks we are producing. I am humbled to see that LockPickingLawyer is taking on our padlocks in his famous Youtube channel. He is really skilled and does a great job keeping us lock manufactures on our toes. However this time I find it a bit unfair as LPL is actually testing a lock cylinder made by DormaKaba which happens to be installed, probably by a locksmith, in one of our padlocks. A type of padlock without cylinder we sell to locksmiths for them to install certified Scandinavian Oval cylinder in. Even though I find DormaKaba to be a fine company I cannot take credit for nor be responsible for the quality of all their cylinders. I do, however, guarantee that the Swedish manufactured padlock in this video is made to the highest standard and quality. Stay safe and secure! Best regards Tomas Eriksson CEO and Owner ANCHOR LÅS AB SWEDEN

Oy oldin
Steve D
Steve D

A 1.25 video to show LPL picking it in under three seconds..... :-O If he only ever showed the 'start to finish' of the pick- I could watch his entire channel while finishing a beer...

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Carl Sasau
Carl Sasau

"Hanni! Tell Olaf Opensson he is fired!"

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Vicarious
Vicarious

Me omw to lock a vault

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yo_its_gingey
yo_its_gingey

Do a video lock-picking a car ignition

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Truffle Goose
Truffle Goose

Well I just saw a tictok of someone picking a lock with an electric toothbrush like MacGyver

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bros nelson
bros nelson

When in doubt shake the rake about

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Jamm Yoyo
Jamm Yoyo

Still waiting on that stuff lock from Stuff Made Here.

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Sander
Sander

I'm new here. Is there a lock he wasn't able to pick?

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Hicks_206
Hicks_206

Hey LPL your all LPL Videos playlist somehow has a 26 minute Tim Pool rant video on it after this video.

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Kilo
Kilo

five keys and you don't need any of them

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Moerasgeest
Moerasgeest

Swedish made Anchor Løs? That sort of thing isn't my bag baby!

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Thomas Eriksson
Thomas Eriksson

Normally I do not comment on YouTube videos related to the padlocks we are producing.  I am humbled to see that LockPickingLawyer is taking on our padlocks in his famous Youtube channel. He is really skilled and does a great job keeping us lock manufactures on our toes.  However this time I find it a bit unfair as LPL is actually testing a lock cylinder made by DormaKaba which happens to be installed, probably by a locksmith, in one of our padlocks. A type of padlock without cylinder we sell to locksmiths for them to install certified Scandinavian Oval cylinder in.      Even though I find DormaKaba to be a fine company I cannot  take credit for nor be responsible for the quality of all their cylinders.  I do, however, guarantee that the Swedish manufactured padlock in this video is made to the highest standard and quality.  Stay safe and secure! Best regards Tomas Eriksson  CEO and Owner ANCHOR LÅS AB  SWEDEN

Oy oldin
toxaq
toxaq

I heard Sweden hadn’t been having lockdowns. I didn’t realise this is what they meant.

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Thomas Eriksson
Thomas Eriksson

@toxaq I have been in contact with LPL. He will "pin" my comment so it will turn up on top. I will send him our best lock. Thank you and have a great day!

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toxaq
toxaq

@Thomas Eriksson also I’m not sure why you replied to me. This should be a top level comment.

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toxaq
toxaq

@Thomas Eriksson send him your best locks. We’d all love to know more.

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Thomas Eriksson
Thomas Eriksson

Normally I do not comment on YouTube videos related to the padlocks we are producing.  I am humbled to see that LockPickingLawyer is taking on our padlocks in his famous Youtube channel. He is really skilled and does a great job keeping us lock manufactures on our toes.  However this time I find it a bit unfair as LPL is actually testing a lock cylinder made by DormaKaba which happens to be installed, probably by a locksmith, in one of our padlocks. A type of padlock without cylinder we sell to locksmiths for them to install certified Scandinavian Oval cylinder in.      Even though I find DormaKaba to be a fine company I cannot  take credit for nor be responsible for the quality of all their cylinders.  I do, however, guarantee that the Swedish manufactured padlock in this video is made to the highest standard and quality.  Stay safe and secure! Best regards Tomas Eriksson  CEO and Owner ANCHOR LÅS AB  SWEDEN

Oy oldin
Abhinav Ramachandran
Abhinav Ramachandran

hammer i think you have met your match

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Rex
Rex

Still waiting for dat “stuff” lock Anybody?

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Bicus Wang
Bicus Wang

Umm... am I the only one still waiting for LPL to pick the lock from the other youtube channel ??

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kivsa
kivsa

When is the stuff lock pick

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Daniapple
Daniapple

so if u happened go be at a love bridge on the eastern seaboard of the united states with a bunch of locks find one the welded one we gotta find this mans name

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Carlos Gonzalez
Carlos Gonzalez

Lock Picking "In Any Case" Lawyer

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Kaskjmere Collier
Kaskjmere Collier

"Stuff made here" made a custom lock that will probably challenge you

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TheEvilbror
TheEvilbror

What lock is the one that you can recomend. I live in sweden. And i need a good lock

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6adboy
6adboy

Who else is waiting for cool stuff made here

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SURAJ KHADE
SURAJ KHADE

Where is that "STUFF" lock from stuffmadehere ?🤔 ...looking forward LPL to pick that one.. https://youtu.be/_7vPNcnYWQ4

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no body
no body

God: Sends LPL to hell. What God hears outside heavens gates: click out of 1......... two is binding.........

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Carmine Guida
Carmine Guida

Can we make #TeamRake a thing or #RakeSquad ?

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Cheesin
Cheesin

Who else is just waiting for the Stuff made here unpickable lock

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Nadeem irsan
Nadeem irsan

Stuff made here’s lock is literally gonna be the definition of “immovable object meets unstoppable force”🤣

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Lane Zwick
Lane Zwick

You should do stuff made here imposible lock

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Arcas
Arcas

face reveal at 3 million subscribers

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Thamailmane
Thamailmane

When will you be opening the Stuffmadehere lock?

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Nigel Schuls
Nigel Schuls

Any update on doing the unpickable lock from stuff made here?

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Chain Fire
Chain Fire

All I can think of is, what if LPL just... became a robber? He could break into nearly anything. No one could stop him.

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lohphat
lohphat

“Lås” means “lock”. FYI, “å” in the Scandinavian languages sounds like a long “o”, so “lås” sounds like “lohss”.

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Russel Proctor
Russel Proctor

In any case, I've just put another lock company out of business!

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Thomas Eriksson
Thomas Eriksson

Normally I do not comment on YouTube videos related to the padlocks we are producing.  I am humbled to see that LockPickingLawyer is taking on our padlocks in his famous Youtube channel. He is really skilled and does a great job keeping us lock manufactures on our toes.  However this time I find it a bit unfair as LPL is actually testing a lock cylinder made by DormaKaba which happens to be installed, probably by a locksmith, in one of our padlocks. A type of padlock without cylinder we sell to locksmiths for them to install certified Scandinavian Oval cylinder in.      Even though I find DormaKaba to be a fine company I cannot  take credit for nor be responsible for the quality of all their cylinders.  I do, however, guarantee that the Swedish manufactured padlock in this video is made to the highest standard and quality.  Stay safe and secure! Best regards Tomas Eriksson  CEO and Owner ANCHOR LÅS AB  SWEDEN

Oy oldin
Illegal Lettuce
Illegal Lettuce

I love how he talks about how he dislikes the locks being able to be picked easily, yet shows us exactly how to do it.

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Alan
Alan

I'm curious to see how secure a dollar tree padlock is

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Nimda
Nimda

I wonder, and forgive me for not knowing if you've attempted before, but, if you had (or have) the welding experience or, manufacturing experience I think, even a little bit, could you produce a lock that even you couldn't pick? Like that one question, "could God create a boulder so heavy he couldn't lift"?

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Jan Negrey
Jan Negrey

Would it be difficult to remedy the problem? Or do you need to redesign the whole lock?

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deth502
deth502

when you know the intro and outro are about 1:20 and see a 1:25 video from lpl, its gonna be a bad lock.

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Nukx-
Nukx-

I would refer to this lock as, all bark and no bite.

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Poe Territory
Poe Territory

How do lock makers keep on making such fundamental mistakes.

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Jordan Teem
Jordan Teem

When will the proposed impossible to pick lock from Stuff inc be picked on his channel?

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Bergatrollet
Bergatrollet

Fun fact "lås" means "lock" in Swedish.

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Forever Computing
Forever Computing

That's not picking a lock, that's walking up to and it immediately opens on mention of Lock Picking Lawyer

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99 wc
99 wc

I blinked at the wrong moment. Missed the unlocking bit

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Karen
Karen

Q: have you considered making better locks?

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Anders Juel Jensen
Anders Juel Jensen

These ASSA 700 knockoffs are nowhere nearly as tough a pick as the real item. I have two ASSA 700s in my own collection, and even though I know them by heart at this point I can't open either of them in less than 10 minutes. That combination of tapered and "wedding cake" drivers with super crisp edges on the counter-milling in the core makes them bloody unforgiving of even the smallest tension error.

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hentai senpai
hentai senpai

you should check out stuff made here he made a lock claiming it's unpickable about 2 months ago. would be interesting to see you having a go at it :)

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Kirk Kohnen
Kirk Kohnen

The great thing about this guy's videos is that you don't need to watch them. Just look at the title and the length of the video and you know how long it took for the lock to get pwned.

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tsuchan1
tsuchan1

Yes, not a secure lock. But you have to admit, it's got style. :)

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Thomas Eriksson
Thomas Eriksson

@tsuchan1 Thanks, I have sent him an e-mail explaining this. I have also commented in the 1st level in the comments but given the massive amount of comments I understand that my comment may get lost among the other comments. Yes, the products are individual links in the chain of security. I take responsibility for the "link" we develop and produce but I can hardly to the responsibility for the entire chain. And just as LPL mentions in the video, it is a well built padlock. You realize that once you hold it in your hand. Have a great day!

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tsuchan1
tsuchan1

@Thomas Eriksson I think you should post a version of this comment to LPL's e-mail address, on his 'About' page... because I think he'd like to get feedback from the manufacturer, but in a 2nd-level comment among hundreds, I guess he may not read it here. Based on many past LPL videos I've watched, I think there must be an excellent chance that if you post him one of your locks with one of your own cylinders, that he will make a video of it. One salutary lesson I take from your message, is that as businesses we can suffer from what other companies do with our product. Anyway, I really did love the design of your lock, and LPL praised its build quality.

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Thomas Eriksson
Thomas Eriksson

Normally I do not comment on YouTube videos related to the padlocks we are producing.  I am humbled to see that LockPickingLawyer is taking on our padlocks in his famous Youtube channel. He is really skilled and does a great job keeping us lock manufactures on our toes.  However this time I find it a bit unfair as LPL is actually testing a lock cylinder made by DormaKaba which happens to be installed, probably by a locksmith, in one of our padlocks. A type of padlock without cylinder we sell to locksmiths for them to install certified Scandinavian Oval cylinder in.      Even though I find DormaKaba to be a fine company I cannot  take credit for nor be responsible for the quality of all their cylinders.  I do, however, guarantee that the Swedish manufactured padlock in this video is made to the highest standard and quality.  Stay safe and secure! Best regards Tomas Eriksson  CEO and Owner ANCHOR LÅS AB  SWEDEN

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Trucked
Trucked

Hey dude, I was curious about something. Did any of these companies ever tried to sue you? Companies are dumb enough to do things like that. Ever happened?

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PeteyPablo
PeteyPablo

Wow fast and easy

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Jordan Bellazzini
Jordan Bellazzini

Hi - I love your channel, i could watch your videos for hours. I have currently upgraded home security and i'm looking for a good cilinder for my front door. A friend of mine advised me to install a Kaba star cross cilinder drom Dorma Kaba with drill proof inlay. What's your professional opinion on this cilinder and what would be your choice? Best wishes from Switzerland

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WizBatPlays
WizBatPlays

The dislikes are all the locks that have been damaged in the making of LPL's videos, nonetheless still love your vids :D

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Linus Fu
Linus Fu

Interesting that relatively flat bitted Best cores don't seem to suffer from this problem (in general). Interference from the Control shear line?

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The Sorrow
The Sorrow

u cant open arab lock do u know why ? it will blow up ur hands

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Celia England
Celia England

This precisely why all my higher security needs are met with disc detainer core locks with minimum 13mm shackle!

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Tkonk
Tkonk

He didn't even need to do it twice to show that it wasn't a fluke... ouch

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Kiyoone
Kiyoone

LOL Sweden... go home, you are drunk

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Thomas Eriksson
Thomas Eriksson

Normally I do not comment on YouTube videos related to the padlocks we are producing.  I am humbled to see that LockPickingLawyer is taking on our padlocks in his famous Youtube channel. He is really skilled and does a great job keeping us lock manufactures on our toes.  However this time I find it a bit unfair as LPL is actually testing a lock cylinder made by DormaKaba which happens to be installed, probably by a locksmith, in one of our padlocks. A type of padlock without cylinder we sell to locksmiths for them to install certified Scandinavian Oval cylinder in.      Even though I find DormaKaba to be a fine company I cannot  take credit for nor be responsible for the quality of all their cylinders.  I do, however, guarantee that the Swedish manufactured padlock in this video is made to the highest standard and quality.  Stay safe and secure! Best regards Tomas Eriksson  CEO and Owner ANCHOR LÅS AB  SWEDEN

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Interproservice
Interproservice

The key looks like ASSA key :)

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philophos
philophos

LPL: (*completely demolishes and humiliates a lock*) in any case :)

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SapphicSky
SapphicSky

immediate like for pronouncing the å correctly. obvs the lockpicking is fun too

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Satch Persaud
Satch Persaud

I just seen ur Comment on stuff made here, i think it would be an awesome vid..

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kevin cummins
kevin cummins

My guy - stuff made here lock - when does it drop??

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chris smoove
chris smoove

Have you gotten around to the unpickable lock from that engineer guy???

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