[1303] Testing the “Ultra Slash Resistant” FlexSafe (AquaVault)

פורסם בתאריך 7 יונ 2021
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  • XD Design has a backpack called "Urban Cut Proof Anti-Theft backpack" which sells for $150.00. Now this claims to be cut proof and not slash resistant.

  • "Ultra slash resistant..." and it's gone before the full sentence is uttered.

  • I think buttered toast would put up a better fight!

  • I guess a bag out of chainmail would do it.

  • I think most of the companies are using a different test to determine slash resistance. I bet they are using more of a draw cut, rather than LPLs puncture and "saw". saw in quotes because gatdamn that is a sharp knife.

  • My leg isn’t ultra slash resistant

  • do you sharpen your own knives ?

  • 🤦‍♂️

  • Hold up, I would argue that you didn't slash it. You stabbed it and the proceeded to saw through it. Either way it's crap, but loopholes and such.

  • I mean to be fair, it said slash resistant, not stab.

  • Please someone tell him that he is supposed to use a knife, not a fucking VIBROBLADE!

  • How are companies allowed to advertise their products as slash resistant if anyone can cut through them?

  • You should still pick the lock!

  • Why are companies making terrible quality products and getting away with it?

  • Isnt that a stab and cut not really a slash?

  • To be fair he didn't actually slash it....he punctured it first then cut into it 😏

  • >slash resistant >lpl video is 2 minutes long This is gonna be good

  • Seriously, even putting some plastic backing would make it better at resisting slashes. Probably even cheaper.

  • Total garbage!!

  • Butter knife resistant

  • Is it just me or you are a knife guy?¿?

  • About the only thing I'd trust this for is to secure my sun screen lotion.

  • I think the manufacturers meant the bag was resistant to Guns 'N Roses singer Slash!

  • Maybe your knife is just slash resistant resistant

  • Maybe 'slash resistant' just means 'takes slightly more effort to cut than a single sheet of paper'

  • The knife is a bit OP imo. Most criminal scum wont buy a $259 combat knife made of M390 & 6AL4V Titanium. In the real world you will be stabbed before the bag.

  • You stabbed it to get through the material. Slash resistant and pierce resistant are two very different things my dude.

  • I don't understand why you keep testing slash resistant things by stabbing at them and sawing at them!! That's like stabbing into kevlar and then saying that it's not slash resistant

  • Thats piercing the bag not slashing, but either way people with knives stab more than slashing

  • How is this fair when he just pulls out his Mini Masamune that can annihilate any physical and spiritual entity.

  • That is hilariously atrocious

  • I think the point is that you may not be able to slash it from the front side while it is being worn. I would like to se a video of that sort of attack.

  • Gotta say that knifes really sharp and well taken care of. Did u see how easily it sliced the material after the first cut.

  • What do you use to sharpen your EDC?

  • Nah im sure they're good bags, his knife is just made out of adamantium

  • I've never seen butter that colour before.

  • These types of locks remind me of "5 minute crafts" vids where they make stupid lifehacks

  • Those companies should have very good lawyers to fight everyone who lost their possessions from "100% slash proof" bags.

  • My 30 year old ammo pouches are more slash resistant and it only cost me £5!

  • Bro this was like a bank vault with a swanky steel door but drywall on the side

  • These products you keep stabbing do not claim STAB resistant..they claim slash resistant....with the blade of the knife dragged along the material..not stabbed into the material.

  • I'd to see a slash test before the stab and puncture test.

  • It is slash resistant, if you use a spoon.

  • Just wow, on so many levels.

  • This one is hilarious! The top is completely open. Just reach your hand in and grab stuff lol

  • but.. why do you use a knife?? you are supposed to try with a spoon !

  • Ultra slash resistant foam

  • Aren't you stabbing? To get into it. Chainmail for example will protect you from slashes but not from stabs. Still a shitty bag though.

  • That flick knife is illegal in the U.K.

  • Maybe they mean slash resistant against butter knives...

  • That knife of yours is $260 dollars. I doubt that's what you paid for yours, but due to your popularity, that's what they're charging now. What a slap in the face.

  • Is it that hard for companies to make a product that has some sort of wire mesh in it?

  • You should try using a cheaper knife too like a 20$ knife for comparison

  • if you want an actual slash resistant one, make a bag out of chainmail and then put cloth on both the inside and outside it'll still be flexible, although heavy, and you can have it in a size where you can use it for larger objects such as laptops or what have you the only way to break the links is to pierce them or hit them very hard with a hammer and risk damaging what's inside, which is undesirable

  • LPL should do a knife sharpening vid. Wow!

  • "[insert marketing term here] Slash Resistant" Me: Glances at the length of the video Also Me: "Yeah, probably not..."

  • I laughed so hard I had to change my underpants.

  • "slash resistant" is subjective.. try using a spoon instead of cheating with your special, trade secret molecular seperation tool. 🤣

  • Holy crap that cut easily, I'd have more trouble opening lightly wrapped presents.

  • Got to love, "ultra slash resistance" unless you use a knife. I bet it you tried a spoon against it. The claims would hold up.

  • maybe they wanna say splash resistance but missed the p

  • Just wondering, does slash resistance mean cut resistance? I'm not a native speaker of English, I'm Norwegian.. but from my understanding, cutting something, and slashing something has different connotations to it, no?

  • Gunna be honest, you're not "slashing" any of these, you're stabbing them with quite a lot of force and then cutting. Being stab proof is 10000x harder than being slash resistant

    • @RandomThingamajig Slashing is used a lot in real life. it's quick and goes unnoticed. you can't stand there and stab your knife into a bag

    • I'm just picturing some would be thief wildly swinging a knife at this bag and cursing it's slash resistance without cutting it open like any sane human being opens anything with a knife.

  • It's a play on words "slash" not puncture & slice resistant. Or, like a lot of junk on Amazon, it's just a scam D.M.

  • Would've been more interesting to see you trying to cut the other side, tbh. If I am carrying this bag as supposed, then the backside will be close to my body. No one's gonna put a knife in there without me noticing it.

  • I have a "punchier proof" glove I need on the forecorecourt in my hometown. Thanks Coles express. I got a needle in my thumb

  • Ultra SPlash resistant.

  • Really?

  • $60 for a glorified Game Boy holder.

  • It says that it has an Ultra slash-resistant material. Not that the product is completely slash-resistant It's like, this armor plating uses titanium plating. ye we know that titanium is bulletproof. But they never really said that the titanium was gonna stop the bullet, and the titanium ends up just being a really thin layer easily shootable

  • Kek

  • Here's the thing. I think you always make a great point highlighting the shortcomings of security products but I do take issue with how we are defining "slash" here. To me a slash is a cursory strike with the blade edge as opposed to a full on deliberate stab and slice using the point of the knife and using all the mechanical advantage of someone who has stolen or who owns the bag. I'd be interested to see how these companies' "slash resistant" fabrics fare against more of a cursory slash compared to something like denim or leather. For this, being attached to a boat or something means an assailant would indeed have the time to go to town on this and use their knife far more deliberately. I'm not sure how common it is for aspiring thieves to casually try to cut open a bag and let the contents escape while close to the owner. Not throwing shade or anything but I wonder if the legal definition of "slash resistance" is the problem here and could mislead consumers into thinking their stuff is essentially knife-proof for all opportunistic thieving purposes.

  • I think a medium rare t-bone would make a better safe

  • "Our product is X Y Z and also.... for just 60$" Shut up and stop marketing literal paper bag as a case, please.

  • $60, huh? Well, so was Cyberpunk 2077 and Biomutant.

  • I swear my mum's fruit cake is tougher than this

  • This isn't slashing in fairness.

  • God thats pretty pathetic how easy that was to cut into. Granted its harder to cut through the front, the back would be against your leg, but why would they only make one side “Ultra Slash Resistant”. he carved through the other side like butter lol

  • Why buy this when you can purchase a Glock.

  • Should add a lightsaber sound effect when the knife flicks open

  • But that's not a slash.. That's cutting.

  • Waiting for a sneaky bag lined with chainmail to show up in 1 of these vids

  • I could design a slash resistant bag but it would be expensive and heavy. The illusion of security is much more convenient 👌 lmao

  • Need to ry slash resistant gloves

  • I want that knife

  • You didn't test the Supercaloius Ultra Mega Slash resistance bag.

  • u were cotting not slashing but still good video

  • I feel like he is slicing it though. Leading with the point and dragging through.

  • ok when you cut into the thing i actually just started laughing out loud

  • BagSlashingLawyer

  • They spelt ultra splash resistant wrong?

  • What is your brand of pocket knife? I may consider it for a defensive survival knife.

  • My 2 day old bread is more slash resistant than this.

  • LPL running out of locks to pick...

  • slash =/= stab and saw. not that I think this one would fare much better, but a slash needs to be a quick, slicing motion parallel to the surface being cut, while the bag is being held only as securely as it reasonably would be in the wild. probably other comments pointing this out as well, but I can't be bothered to look

  • the anti slash resistant clothing only works if you only “slash” it instead of “piercing” it with a knife

  • Short and Sweet. I love it. I think they meant Anti Slash Proof.

  • Pfft. I have knives that destroyed ACTUAL PADLOCKS.