[1287] Anti-Theft Bag Claim: “Almost Impossible” To Cut (Prokevlock)

פורסם בתאריך 10 מאי 2021
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The referenced video: [1281] My EDC Knife vs. “Slash Resistant” Portable Safe ilaward.info/the/wyd-w/3Wd3xnyiq4a5ZWk

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  • I know what is the problem. They tested it in the way thieves slash the bags when they pass. It is mostly horizontal cuts, not vertical, and they made cloth woven to resist the horizontal cuts, I think. But it is weak when cut vertically. Slash it like that next time, I want to see if my logic worked.

  • the common beach tourist probably couldnt afford a full kevlar bag..

  • One of these days, he's going to find a bag that's actually suitably slash resistant, but the included lock is terrible.

  • "anti cut protection"? What is an anti-cut and why should they be prevented?

  • Kevlar is made of Teflon.

  • Next episode: "These steel beams claim that they are almost impossible to cut with conventional cutting tools."

  • Yeah but you used a sharp knife, that's cheating

  • LPL as a super villain: He said he was indestructible, but we opened him with a pocket knife very quickly.

  • This bag is slash proof try not to use the pointed end of the knife but just the edge I know you are right about the marketing flaws tho .. 🙄

  • its Slash resistant, not fucking stab proof lmfao. You mutilated that poor bag

    • @Vortexx literally if someone wants your shit they're getting to it regardless of what the hell material it is. This shit is meant for small things like that

    • its great for if you have cats and not want them to slash your bag apart but not good for keeping valuables in cause anyone can stab it open

  • Plot twist: That is actualy a 9000$ customized knife from Japan.

  • Your valuables would be more safe wrapped in old t-shirt. How can they sell crap like this and get away with it?

  • "Almost impossible to cut with conventional tools" *LPL grabs knife* "Uh, we mean a wrench..."

  • Plot twist - the ad is actually correct as they were talking about the steel cable being impossible to cut with a pocket knife.

  • Made by people who don't understand how kevlar works.

  • Fun to see who calm he cutted it, true professionals

  • An ACTUAL slash resistant bag would be cool to see

  • LPL probably has a box full of slashed bags by now.

  • I wonder if they ddidn't bullshit us by making something that is hard to cut but only without stabbing/piercing, that way they could pretend it's just a misunderstanding of their product if someone was to complain against them.

  • In small print on tag says..and also kevlar type tissue paper.

  • conventional play school scissors

  • That knife exposed so many anti-theft products. I want to see it's limits by trying to cut kevlar to see how good the quality is

  • omg i cannot control my laugh

  • the company:"well you see that wasent a cut, he pierced it and then ripped it, totally different"

  • Plot twist: everything he talked about being slash proof is actually slash proof he’s just using 2 percent of his real strength and has the sharpest knife handcrafted on an alien planet

  • "Conventional tools" riiiiiiight

  • That's pathetic..... companies need to start paying for false advertising lol

  • From lock picking lawyer to knife wielding lawyer

  • 2nd plot twist: the LPL is on steroids and can easily slice through materials that a normal human can’t.

  • Almost impossible to cut with conventional butter knives.

  • Am I the only one that avoids looking at comments on LPL videos initially to avoid spoilers lol

  • Is there a cut resistant bag that's actually cut resistant? Can you find and review a product that might provide half-way decent beach security?

  • Try it with a butter knife

  • He should do these tests with a butter knife. I think he'll still get through it

  • I guess a pocket knife isn't a conventional tool what is the gua8a 30mm avenger gatling gun

  • With all do respect it’s made of Kevlar, a BULLETPROOF material, for the uneducated mind ,Kevlar is made to spread bullet impact, it is made of tightly woven material to do so. The only pointy object resistant Kevlar is highly specialized and deftly not this one. P.s. it’s only found on bulky suit of armor made for a blade fight

  • weird product.. for weird people.. lmao. really tho, who needs a anti cut bag.. when they can just take it from you still

  • LockPickingLawyer aka in the streets as "LancingPunturingLawyer!"

  • No-one carries a knife like that. Try it again with a regular swiss army.

  • Almost impossible not to cut it

  • You realize you're purchasing a *"Slash"* *resistant* bag, and then immediately putting it to a puncture and cut test without EVER testing it's slash resistance right? There is a major difference in definition when referring to building materials as *"slash" "cut" "shear" "puncture" "proof"* and *"resistant".* You wouldnt buy safety toe boots and then stomp on a nail to test how it protects the bottom of your toe would you? Either way this item and others ive seen you review are in fact useless for security against a knife, but I have to point out you're unfairly scrutinizing products to tests they werent meant to hold up to. Its a shit item to produce and advertise, but ive yet to see any evidence that its falsely advertised since you've never *"Slashed"* any part of any of the items.

    • I'm wondering about something. What is the use of a slash resistant bag? Maybe if we can figure out what use slash resistance would be, we can then design appropriate tests. If they are meant to protect from theft, then I would ask how would a thief go around stealing your belongings from such a bag? If their technique is to swipe a knife over your bag, worm their hand in, grab stuff and run, then indeed the test LPL is doing are not honest. If, on the contrary, puncture is an expected part of the attack, then these bags are garbage. In any case, these tests do show that anyone wanting to get into these bags will be able to if they have anything with a pointy bit and a sharp end.

  • Nah you just got a faulty product

  • It would have been interesting to see you step down your cutting power until it was true. Kitchen shears and eventually down to kindergarten scissors

  • The only bag that is near uncut table is a chainmail bag

  • Plot twist:he enchanted the knife with sharpness five

  • ALL THESE LIES!!

  • I wonder if the CEO of this company would be willing to do a live test wearing the product

  • No, their claim is accurate. It's just what they define as "conventional tools" is a spoon and some toothpicks 🤣

  • Who the hell is in charge of QC at these companies that are allowing these products to pass?

  • They really named their product after kevlar with 0% kevlar...

  • I wonder what cutting methods are used by the companies that test these products, if they're even tested at all. I'm sure that dragging a knife across it will take a while, but you'd have to be pretty dense to not jab the pokey end in first.

  • it's almost impossible to cut for peoples with no hands, feet, teeth and nails ....

  • Isnt there a difference between "cutting" and "stabbing"? The Bag certainly isnt "Stab"-Proof but what about actual cutting? Does not make sense in a practical way for an attacker but would be interesting to see how it holds against the blade of the knife instead of the point.

  • I think they mean conventional tools like a hammer or a wrench

  • I mean, they were right, it is anti cut-prevention. Though, it could also be anti-cut prevention, but I don't know what an anti-cut would be.

  • Says it’s slash proof so the first thing he did was stab it? It’s like chainmail, very effective against cuts but stabs not so much!

  • Want an anti theft bag? Get a clear plastic backpack and put a chihuahua in it. Might still get stolen, but it has a better bet than these stupid bags.

  • Can we get a playlist with all of these pls

  • The comment section of this channel is the funniest place on the internet

  • I don't think they ever made any claims to "rip resistance". In court their lawyer would say that you ripped the bag you didn't cut the bag

  • Must be "Impossible to cut yourself".

  • LPL saving people tons of money by proving these company's wrong with absolute false claims

  • Hey ultra heigh weight polyethylene is pretty damn good if tarkov has taught me anything

  • Tested with a butter knife.

  • New to this channel but I love it when you just break the locks. Picking is impressive but when you demonstrate the weakest link theory, it just demonstrates the lack of thought behind their purpose. Thanks for the videos!

  • Alternative product name: “It’s Almost impossible to cut - any more corners while making it.”

  • The manufacturer meant "almost impossible to cut" ...with a spoon 😄

  • My man's knife is antimatter

  • It should have said: “Almost impossibile to cut with a conventional hammer”

  • Technically they refer to the kevlar material being almost impossible to cut, which they don't use in their own bag, which makes them exempt from any lawsuit claim stating otherwise. It's dirty legalspeak, really.

  • Why is it even legal to market such falsehoods

  • These bag can be cut with tennis ball...

  • I love how he just so subtly burns all of these companies so hard. He's probably infuriated so many that they want to come dispose of him lol

  • "Kevlar-style fabric" should at least refer to an armed fiber. This company is just straight up lying about their bag.

  • Musta been tested with butter knife

  • Actually, "Kevlar® style fabric" is any fabric that is made from aramid fibers, but is not produced by DuPont™ under the Kevlar® brand. So this technically isn't even a "Kevlar® style fabric."

  • Those 394 dislikes: "He didn't use a dull knife!"

  • I can’t believe it’s not Kevlar! 🤪 How about using bags that have actual steel mesh embedded (like Pacsafe)? Those just might stand a slightly better chance than a material that would have trouble standing up to an assault with a tea spoon.

  • they probably test these with pizza cutters

  • Ever notice to how we don't ever see lock picking lawyer's biceps? Might explain to why all of these products have been so easy to cut through.

  • Lol super easy to cut

  • No no no.. they meant "almost impossible to open with a butter knife".

  • OK...ya gotta tell us what brand and model edc knife ya got there, LPL, inquiring minds wanna know. 🔓👏🤝🤣

  • More slash/cut resistant stuff LPL

  • You know, slashing and stabbing is different lol, just saying man

  • Ahahaha! That cut so easy, it was like a t-shirt.

  • A 260$ knife... almost cheating. You are showing the magic knife, not the crappy bag.

  • I wish he would try slashing these. Not stab or cut.

  • I love how his calm demeanor makes it always seem like he's not upset the product is bad, just disappointed in the maker.

  • admit it. you knife it's not conventional. It made of Adamantium :)

  • Are you gonna pick the lock?

  • Almost impossible to cut* * with a wet noodle.

  • "anti-cut" fabrics are great against slashing but not stabbing, so if someone wants in it'll be quiet easy, as we've seen here

    • Slash resistance is meant to deter thieves but this is so easy to cut that it doesn’t even make it difference with how you cut it.

  • lets dive into the material 1:42

  • You could cut this with one finger and a blunt 2B pencil

  • "almost impossible to cut" might refer to actual cutting without piercing the bag first with the tip. you should try cutting it by a slicing motion that might give very different results

    • @Ddoi Ddoi A slash is swiping across with the length of the edge, a cut is sawing with the edge and a stab is poking with the tip. It does matter for instance a security/police issue stab proof vest has to be able to stop a stab, most will also stob cuts and slashes. Infact the one I have would blunt LPL's knife on first try.

    • That makes sense. Their justification could be cutting like how you cut in a kitchen. Not that a thief would cut a bag open on a cutting board

    • Yep stab resistance and cut resistance surely aren't the same attribute.

  • Are flick knives legal to carry in the US?

  • I actually said wow when he cut into it like butter that's actually sad how the fabric didnt even show any sign of resistance I know he said it showed a little but it didnt even look like a little to me these corporations need to be more honest

  • The problem is that it is an anti cut prevention bag meaning that it prevents not cutting the bag

  • Have you considered that you might just be really strong?