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(814) Abus Titalium 80TI/45 from New Zealand

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Abus Titalium 80TI/45

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These Abus Titalium locks have been fantastic locks since introduced only a few years ago. Light, tough, and inexpensive they make great training locks for us because their tolerances are tight and they contain spool pins!  If you want to get good, REALLY good at defeating spool pins, then grab yourself one of these off of eBay and begin your advanced spool training.  By the time you learn to defeat it you will be a SPOOL PRO!LockLab Rating 2.

Material Quality7.5
Workmanship9.0
Value9.0
Reader Rating: ( 111 votes ) 121.2

These Abus Titalium locks have been fantastic locks since introduced only a few years ago. Light, tough, and inexpensive they make great training locks for us because their tolerances are tight and they contain spool pins!  If you want to get good, REALLY good at defeating spool pins, then grab yourself one of these off of eBay and begin your advanced spool training.  By the time you learn to defeat it you will be a SPOOL PRO!

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  2. Maybe someone here can help, I have a few 5200s without keys, made my first key, as I was putting the core back in I got carried away checking it, turned it 180 and the key pins fell out and the driver pins are stuck in the keyway, help please?

  3. Nice. My Titalium 80TI/45 only has 5 pins. Are the 6-pin versions an overseas thing? And it's too bad it takes so long to 3D print those pinning trays. I'm sure a bunch of us (myself included) would buy one if you could keep a steady supply of them on hand.

  4. Ty Bosnianbill, ur videos got me out trough tough times, interesting content and educational. keep it up 🙂 Wish i had some money to contribute to Patreon i will with my first job. Much love.

  5. i have one, absolute pain in the proverbial to pick, i get stuff all feedback on the pins, only picked it open once, keep trying and no dice.

  6. Neat little LockLab tray! Are you going to start selling them? Were you just giving the definition of pandiculation, or is it the same secret word again?

  7. Dang it I wanted that set. I just picked my first lock (yay me!) and now I'm hooked. I managed with some 'improvised' picks, but now I need some real tools…

  8. Bill on the off chance you read this, I have a Sparrows Master Switch bypass set that I have never had any success with. Any chance you could do a video on how they work?

  9. Waou the lock lab pinning tray ???? I'm jealous. one day can be my chance will come. strongly the site opened, I remain a huge fan !!!

    1. It’s the pin that gets bound up in the shearline when you first start pickin a lock

  10. the great thing about this lock is that it doesnt even cost 10 euros here in germany, which is about 12 us-dollars. i love them!

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