[1304] Analyzing a Vintage Iwata Padlock

פורסם בתאריך 9 יונ 2021
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  • Use Microsoft bing it has a built in website translator.

  • I almost made the mistake of upgrading my bike's lock, after watching these videos I learned it was just a better idea to downgrade the bike!

  • when picking locks is so easy he goes ahead and pick its secrets too

  • You should team up with Chris Ramsay on ILaward. He does puzzles online. It would be cool to do a locked puzzle.

  • 👍🦘

  • I wonder if they had covert companions in the 60s

  • Lockpicking tools are strictly prohibited in Japan, because the locks over there are so easy to pick, the government decided no one needed lockpicks.

  • All of this is brought to us by the SherlockPickingLawyer.

  • At best It will be a wayside access door lock to access some equipment. The lock in itself will not be directly related to railway safety as those lock are generally interlocked where, for example, one key releases another, becoming blocked until the removed key is put back in, like Bouré Keys. Fascinating stuff artsandculture.google.com/asset/lock-bour%C3%A9-interlocking-frame-unknown/JwERj_vzPunNwg

  • "Inability to research in Japanese".... ? I do customer service in Spanish and I don't know Spanish. Use Google translate lol

  • "Wow, a video just over 3 minutes, this might not be terrible!" *LPL proceeds to give a **2:45** history lesson then starts picking* "Oh."

  • Just Hsu already covered that your pronunciation was the chinese one, not the Japanese (and an assload of other stuff, holy hell, what a great comment!) so I'm just gonna add my nitpick of "That's technically a chinese character, kanji isn't a native writing system for Japan"

  • It is interesting that LPL knows and explains a lot about the locks he picks, I love the history on this specific lock

  • As a heads up Nintendo fans, this is not the same iwata we know

  • a marine lock

  • I came to the same conclusion from the data provided! Which probably says more about the data provided than me, y'know? lmao

  • Seems well designed for the purpose of a safety lock, similar to the Kirk Key system in the US. Key retention, weather resistance, & reliability all matter much more than security, since the point of the look is to prevent an unfortunate operating mistake rather than secure valuables.

  • He keeps talking about how he sells the picks on his site, but every time i check they're sold out. Perhaps it would be wise to not mention them until you make new stock.

    • because there are so many who watches his videos- his stock just isnt enough so it gets sold out very quickly. just like the ipad 12.9 2021. The first batch got sold out in minutes

  • Your have a nice day outro reminds me of fpsrussia and the fact we won't be seeing any more videos from him

  • Lock Picking Loyeru-san

  • I work for a large railway in the signal dept in Canada. In my dept we use key retaining locks for our signal equipment. For hand throw switches that go onto mainline they use another type of key retaining lock, S&G Environmental which I made my own key thanks to Bosnian Bill. For mainline dual-control switches, at least for the hand-throw portion, we do not use a key retaining lock. For the part of the switch that I need to get into to maintain we use a Raco lock and the 'key' is not retaining.

  • 日本語は難しいでも面白いだ!僕は日本語を勉強のが大好き! どうもありがとうございます、ロックぴキングローイヤ! 😁

  • Man, LPL needs to get ahold of an old Sergeant and Greenleaf and see if he can crack it open

  • What about the idea of this being a maintenance/safety lockout lock?

  • It may open easily to your pick on your workbench, but I wonder how it would fair were it to be full of dirt like you talk about. Thin little picking tools might not be able to budge it without breaking

  • This channel is a proof that whatever you talk about while being passionate about it, it can be interesting

  • Design wise the right lock looks pretty cool.

  • Zhuan is also Chinese (actually originally Chinese).

  • OG at TI 9: 2:56 any dota fans out here?

  • I noticed LPL assigned gender to this lock "older brother". Wouldn't sister be more apt? You insert a long hard object into a narrow passageway...

    • But there's only one passageway and it's long and narrow... Even LPL's ex-girlfriend has a backdoor.

  • Actually not Japanese in the back. They borrow a lot of Chinese words... proves they are originally Chinese... but they deny it

  • The LPL meets Matlock( Mat- Lock) lol. Who teams up with Perry Mason( Lawyer) and Barney Fife( who routinely locks himself in the jail cell)..who meets Otis..who uses the keys to release Barney.. Would make a great tv series!

  • It’s not a fluke I repeat not a fluke

  • 转 in simplified Chinese, 轉 in traditional Chinese/kanji. Modern Japanese would use 転 instead. In Chinese it can be pronounced Zhuan3, (most common) Zhuan4, or Zhuai3. In Japanese it is TEN. I am a big fan from Denmark. Love your videos. :-) Now that I went trough some of the comments, I realized that you have a lot of Japanese fans :D I am Danish, but I speak, 4 languages, and reads 7. not counting traditional Chinese as a language.

  • Newbie question: why does a person need more than 2-3 decently long warded pics? Is being too long a problem?

  • This is made at Iwata Seisakusho in Tokyo. The key to the railroad turnout switch. It is active in some parts of Hokkaido.

  • とうとうこれが出たか。

  • Great video

  • Sure glad we got you training people how to pick locks. All my stuff seems so much safer.

  • Now I can officially say I am SherLOCKed by that deduction

  • Hi, railroad person here. Railway switch locks usualy have key retention because the key is used to tie elements of the track together. For example to switch two switches connecting a siding to a main track, you'd first unlock the switch that serves as a runoff for any carriages from the siding, and then use the same key to unlock the switch from the main line. it holds the key until the procedure is reversed. Multi key locks can be used to tie in more parts together.

  • the lock, keys, and picking tool make a winking smiley face at the end of the video.

  • 转is chinese

  • I've recently found your channel and it got me interested do you have any recomentations for tools or beginer training.

  • I would still trust this padlock more than a Master lock

  • Lock security rating: video contains "not a fluke".

  • That lock for some reason, dispite its ease of access, I really like the appearance of.

  • Hi Mr LPL, I'm learning about security pins. How would you defeat the false set on a barrel pin?. By the way, love your channel

  • Serious question... Do you only choose locks that you know can be picked? I would like to see some real challanges without breaking a lock @LockPickingLawyer because how easy it seems to pick a lock in your videos somewhat makes me worried, for my own sake that is ;)

    • I’ve followed his channel for a long time. He always opens the locks he puts on his channel. Go back and find his Bosnian Bill naughty bucket list though, he picked a bunch of locks from Bosnian Bill and at the end he does a sum-up of all the locks he picked. He didn’t pick them all.

  • Just realized being a lock picker and lawyer is the perfect combo. Pick locks, break into places, steal stuff, and when you get arrested, you can lawyer your way out, and when that doesn’t work out you pick your way out of prison 😂

  • 2:15 “Zhuǎn” would be the chinese pronunciation, though your translation is correct; that is one of the definitions of 轉 in both languages. In Japanese, one of the pronunciations would be てん “ten”.

  • Someone send him a solid block of aluminium and tell him that theres something in the center and that there is a hidden way to open it When there isnt anything or a way to open it Just to make him blast to the center and feel disappointed that it didnt have anything

    • He would find an opening.. guaranteed..it would magically open after the click on the small crack opening he found using his covert magnifying glass!

  • I'm a complete novice so sorry for the dumb question, but does anyone know why he can't remove the key when the lock is open but he can remove his pick? Is it just because the pick is thinner so whatever is preventing the key from being removed isn't catching the pick?

  • Who are you, and how did you get in here? „I’m a locksmith, and I’m a locksmith“

  • i wonder if there even is lock this guy cant pick id like to buy one...

  • Can someone tell me why it is called a wiper insert. (Sorry if insert is the wrong word)

  • Me also being a Jaime and living in Japan: I sent in a what now?

    • Hey. There can’t be two of us 😊. Are you a Brit though??

  • At this point, showing us locks that stump you might be more interesting. LPL: "This is the lockpicking lawyer, and after several days of fiddling I still can't get this lock to open." **lock sells out in a matter of minutes**

    • The problem with that is that the _next_ video might be "I finally figured it out. I can't believe I didn't see it right away. All you have to do is to push lightly on this spot, and the lock opens" ;-)

  • I cant believe It took me this many years to realize that you're not the lawyer of lock picking, but a lawyer who lock picks. Mind blown

  • These are likely for some low-security, high durability use case. Somewhere where people would obviously been seen if they they are tampering with the lock, or even where the lock is just to keep people from accidentally doing something, or doing something without proper procedure.

  • So really more intended as a safety device than as a security device.

  • I think I will stick with fishing

  • Iwata really expanded outside nintendo, huh?

  • found this facebook.com/453208754723615/videos/825776491683358

  • This channel has utterly destroyed my trust in locks

  • I liked it.

  • Ahh. ForgottenLocks. Youre awesome LPL

  • Can't wait for my covert p I can set. Any interest I'm making some cool locks w a manufactuter? Cast art locks in bronze....

  • Mmmm... educated guesses!

  • How many of you want to know what this gent looks like?

  • I love how satisfying the lock picking is

  • you forgot to leave the pick inside not it got left open..

  • A Lawyer and a Sleuth, nice resume

  • I blinked and missed the first opening. Unfortunately, I blinked again when the LPL opened it again. Oh well. It couldn't have been very pick resistant, if all it took was under a second to pick.

  • Made in China ^^

  • Quit giving this guy weak locks.

    • @DELTACX10 it’s all good. He has shown locks he hasn’t managed to pick before on the”Bosnian Bill naughty bucket challenge” . Quite interesting and worth a watch for sure.

    • @Jumbo Mills fair enough, it wasn't directed to you in specific it's just in general. Interesting things are nice but it seems like nobody has sent anything that stops him.

    • I sent it because I thought it was interesting, not because it I thought it’d pose much challenge

  • I'd be scared to be someone you hate.

  • What does 'binding' means? Is it a security measure? What do you feel when it happens? What do you do then? Thanks! Cheers.

  • 0:00 Wow! a 3-minute video! 2:20 One minute left! Is the lock so good he will not even try to open it?! 2:36 There we go...

  • It's like a way improved version of those little locks that come with a kids diary

    • Otherwise, very interesting reasoning and conjecture

  • That's a pretty lock

  • It's never a fluke 😂

  • When's the Nick Robinson collab where you go out to physically find the origin of an obscure lock?

  • Comment from Tokyo: In Japanese, 轉 is read “ten” or “koro” as in “korogaru”. It is an older or rare form of the more common 転, which has the same readings. Both of them mean to shift, move, turn, change, etc.

  • 👍😎☕🍩

  • Why the heck am I watching a video about a Japanese padlock? I don't know, maybe it's just LPL's soothing voice.The next time that I get the urge to steal a train I'll know where to go :)

  • Could you take a look at ABLOY 362 PADLOCK? Seems to be a good one

  • Thanks I watch this when I want to pick a lock it’s really helpfully when I want to steal things

  • Surely I'm not only one who after many videos, watching locks getting embarrassed to point you think "every lock is shit as someone like LPL will open it in 3 seconds" then you realise the average person has no clue and anyone wanting actually open your locks will infact not be able to pick like this at all.

  • there’s something so pleasing about the size & shape of that vintage lock

  • 2min 30sec talking about a padlock and 3sec to unlock it :) Yep, same old, same old :)

  • This channel calms my anxiety. Thank you

  • What is a false set?

  • 轉 means ROTATE

  • Sher LOCK holmes 😂

  • Never thought id watch a 3 minute essay like that

  • Can you recommend the best padlock for a self storage space, one the can resist a bolt cutter.

  • Is there a lock he came across that he wasn't able to pick open?

  • Could you do Pitlocks? (Bicycle wheel hub locks)