[1280] Defender Security’s Knob Lockout Device JIGGLED Open (Model EP4180)

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  • heh, Jiggling knob

  • 0:08 why does the label has a cancer and reproductive harm warning?? lol

  • A door knob with a "cancer and reproductive harm warning".... I want to know who made that warning label necessary. And how. Warning labels are entertaining because they had the problem enough times to feel it was necessary to plainly say "don't do this" Like curling irons, and not to stick them in one's mouth... Because apparently that happened enough where a label was necessary....

  • Emptied my cart again from amazon, thanks.

  • They're regularly used in the apartment industry. First time I've seen one defeated.

  • @lockpicklawer... I have 3 antique bank vault time locks I'm wanting to sale but don't know how. Is there anyway way that u could point me in the right direction please and thank u sir?

  • If the jiggler works as good as the key is it still a lock or a strange screw?

  • Yo dawg I heard you like picking, so I put a lock on a lock so you can pick while you pick.

  • I thought that he would literally jiggle the lock off...

  • I'm waiting for the day where it ends up being a fluke

  • Who thought it's intended use was for bedroom fun? Not me!

  • But what type of fluke? Liver? Lung? Blood? Bird?

  • I've got a similar looking device for my balls 😂😂😂

  • imagine him at one in the morning hearing his kid at the snack cabinet “one has clicked, 2 is binding”

  • 0:09 WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm

  • Am I the only one that could see lpl toddler son walking up with a plastic screw driver and picking the lock while lpl proudly looks on with a tear in his eye

  • On LPL's Channel the minutes of the video represents the number of starts the lock is worth. 1 min = 1Star 5 min = 5 Stars

  • *THREE SECONDS* 😂😂😂

  • Same level of security as toilet tissue dispensers.

  • Lol the motel I work with uses these. Most people who we put this on their rooms are low life’s. They’ve never gotten in with it on.

  • What makes plastic lockout devices effective is the potential Prison sentence or beating from workmates for endangering their safety. Removing someone else's lockout device is instant dismissal with no appeal only the safety committee can authorize removal if the person is unavailable to ensure the safety reason for a lockout does not still exist. ( you have to return at own expense if you forgot a lock) Losses of production $$$,$$$/hr can be charged so workers treat locks like holy relics to avoid THAT bill.

  • I don't think locks like these are meant to be locks -- they are a signal that you aren't suppose to enter.

  • Door knob chastity device

  • That double sided wafer jiggler reminds me of a grapefruit knife. In fact I wonder if there are any that could be used on this lock?

  • Absolutely destroyed... RIP

  • Those are not really designed for serious security. It is similar to a lock out tag out lock in that it pretty much is there to stop someone because of something dangerous not to actually prevent a serious attempt to bypass it. Pretty much it is a warning that says someone is working on this don't go there or turn it on. Say you just fumigated the room with pesticide, you wouldn't want someone going into there so you put one of these on the door. A simple note would honestly be ignored by many people.

  • You probably could have just knocked the hing pin out too

  • better off wrapping your knob in a rubber tbh

  • "Security joke" Shots fired!

  • I wonder if there is lock he would approve

  • Smearing feces on the door handle would deter more people than this "lock".

  • Bit it IS a serious security device! A serious security risk but serious none the less..

  • I Remember my school had a lock similar for our cabinets and me with my monkey brain though I should pick it. As a result I found some scissors and “picked” the lock. By picked I mean that I forcefully broke every pin because it felt like a small piece of aluminum was stopping me. Next day teacher comes in but some other monkey brain stole the core so she was super confused and eventually went, “oh well new cabinet I can use since I lost the key.”

  • You could probably use spray foam to open it. Spray it into the hole, wait a minute, then bam it’s hooked up to the knob enough to turn it. If you don’t know where to buy a wafer jiggler you can just buy foam at the nearest hardware store

  • I wouldn’t mind a reminder to like the video sir. It’s well deserved.

  • Savage as usual...

  • Heh, for what it is intended use case it is useless. What I expected it to be used for would be to lockout some door while doing maintenance, to prevent others from activating machinery or the like while you are working on it.

  • This was definitely a potential april fool's video.

  • >knob lockout device 'Round here we just call that a chastity cage.

  • Lpl has a son this is new to me, i wonder if he’s a mini lock picking master

  • ? is there anything that is pick proof?

  • Click bait

  • jiggle the wafer

  • The advert before this video was longer than this video 👎🏻🤦🏼‍♂️

  • I just found this channel and now I'm convinced that no lock is ever fucking safe lol

  • LPL: Let's do that one more time so you can see that it was not a fluke. It's never a fluke.

  • Okay, now we have two known facts about LPL: He's married and he has a son that's not a toddler anymore. That should be plenty enough information to figure out his identity, right? What? We're not in a crime drama series/film? Oh... well shoot.

  • Honestly that key looks like the broken tip of a jiggler already.. :-D

  • Damn. That has got to be the most savage roast I have ever heard

  • Q: what kind of locks did *Harry Houdini* escape from? *Can you pick 'em?*

  • I enjoy watching this guy pick locks. At this point I think it would be safe to say that 99% of the people that would come across any of these locks that he's always destroying we would probably be deterred enough that there's a lock and we don't have the key and we're not going to be able to get into them. It makes me wonder how many criminals come on this channel and figure out how to break into people's things 😬

  • I can see this to be quite effective against that one attack where they insert that metal rod thing under the door and unlock the door from the inside.

  • Me: LPL, say the line! say the line! LPL: It's not a fluke. Me: yay!

  • Assuming you don't have any lock picking tools, what happens if you try to drift out the hinge pin? Would you be able to remove the lock that way?

  • It would have taken longer to open if they used zip ties instead of a lock.

  • "Knob lockout device" sounds like a euphemism for sleeping on the couch.

  • "LockPickingLawyer... destroying company product development teams... in under 2 minutes." Love it.

  • double sided wafer jiggler lmao

  • Question. Why was the idea for this thing even approved? I can't fathom what this does that can't be done with an existing technology that has been implemented way better.

  • What an ugly looking device and a really cheap wafer lock on it just adds to how ridiculous it is.

  • I nearly fell out of bed giggling uncontrollably about this device. 'Lockout Knob Device', and it actually looks remarkably similar to what is known as a 'Clamshell' style CBT device. Maybe it was originally intended as that, but because it's so shoddilly made with far too many sharp edges and pinch points to be safely used for that purpose, they decided to re-market it as extra security for a wafer lock doorknob ...with another low security wafer lock in the device! Seriously guys? ...and if it's meant to 'secure' a door knob that doesn't have an internal lock, then they should have included a loose collar ring to thwart the friction attempt LPL mentioned here. Not worth the pot metal it's made of. Definitely one for a collection of oddities tho.

  • I don't even know why you bother picking locks anymore. At this point all you pretty much need to do these days is to merely look at the lock and it just pops open in fear hoping you'll show mercy.

  • "Double-sided wafer jiggler."

  • I'm a total novice... but couldn't you bypass the lock all together and slip the primary lock on the door with the old credit card trick or something? This seems completely pointless.

  • HA!

  • I think lock out devices are more often meant for safety than security.

  • Lock owner: ahh yes, security achieved LPL: *_J I G G L E_*

  • The joke is in the price...

  • 1:31 i would go for the hinge using a set punch

  • LPL's kid: alright dad, I'll do this one more time, just to make sure it was not a fluke

  • “... Security joke that it seems to be.” My phone caught on fire from the heat of that burn.

  • Wait, how would this even keep you from getting in even if it worked? Don't most doorknobs turn with the key when you unlock them?

  • Just pull and turn the lock, friction will do the rest

  • Huhuh "Knob lock"

  • when the packaging of a lock is more threatening and deterrent than the lock itself

  • Heh heh, knob jiggling

  • a lock for the doorknob lock so that someone with the key cant come in?, is this intented for angry exes that left with a copy of your keys?

  • what is secure?

  • As a targeted individual and talking with other targeted individuals I've heard of several ways to get inside someone's residence bypassing the door, windows, and locks One person reported people entering their residence from the floor. There was a crawlspace underneath the residence and the Perps simply cut through the floor or pushed a section of the floor upwards. This was not visible because the cuts were hidden by carpeting. There were several reports of perps coming in through the roof, going inside the space between the roof and ceiling, they found the attic scuttle door and got inside, bypassing an alarm system. I still haven't figured out how they got through the roof. In other cases Perps were coming in through the spaces between the exterior wall and the sheetrock interior walls, of course there is the possibility of entry through the chimney

  • One day we're gonna see his son grown up and stepping in his dad's shoes.. maybe, can't say for sure it'll happen lol like Bob Ross and his son.

  • This is the LockPickingLawyer and... it's open

  • That's why I tape my knob lock with a lot of tape, the knob lock by itself isn't a good lockout, someone could stick a thin rigid object between the door and strike plate and push the door latch

  • WHERE IS THE STUFF LOCK!?

  • how about opening it with one sided jiggler?

  • @LockPickingLawyer, please try the EVVA MCS (ilaward.info/the/wyd-w/vXahxnmItZrVooY&ab_channel=LockfallLaboratories)

  • What happened to the lock that Stuff made here crafted? Is it still in the works of being sent or is it not happening any longer?

  • You should do some Audible Books with that smooth soothing voice

  • Have you ever tried doing a pair of hand cuffs?. I would assume you would have no trouble but i think it would be interesting to see.

  • Here's another craftsman at work, making a combination lock from scratch. ilaward.info/the/wyd-w/wpihtI13zIuvaYI

  • How come this guy hasn't done a face reveal yet?

  • I was wondering why I caught my toddler browsing covert companion...

  • Ya lay the jiggle with the wiggle... ya give the slide and twist... ya keep the face kinda neutral, yes all in the wrist.

  • It. Is. Never. A. FLUKE!!

  • My friends kid would swing on the knob with both his feet off the ground, it provided enough friction between the shell and the knob to turn it,

  • I think we need another lock to lock the Knob Lockout Device

  • You underestimate the intelligence and motivation of... Those things work fine.

  • could push out the pin in the hinge, too.

  • Are we SURE its... not a fluke?

  • Can the tumbler be replaced with a better one?

  • Did he buy that door knob just for this video