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(397) Kryptonite Autopsied – One TOUGH Lock!!!

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  1. what is stopping people from simply cutting the chain with a pair of bolt cutters? The chain is the weak link of this particular lock. (pun not intended)

  2. lock might be tough but the chain is the weak point, just take out bolt cutters and woop there goes the bike you tried keep safe with it.

  3. i love your youtube videos and i got into lockpicking as a kid im not super good at it i do it when i need too but most locks a "BAD guy" isint going to lick a lock hes going to cut grind or drill so whats the deal with these super hard to pick locks what are they for?

  4. You need to invest in cut off disks, they are a thin grinding disk, come in .040 and 1/16" thickness and cut metal like a hot knife through warm butter. They will cut nearly every type of metal with ease, and with lithium battery powered grinders almost all locks made of metal are doomed.

  5. Downfall of this lock is that it will only take so big a chain. Why go through all that trouble beating the lock when you can just bolt cut or torch the chain?

  6. Oxo-hydrogen portapack torch. Makes even any non "faith-based" lock a waste of time and money. Under 10 seconds to liquidise yer kryptonite. Liquid nitrogen chilled then tapped with wrench will turn to powder. Love the channel,very interesting.

  7. hey bill i just binged watched about 20 or so of your vids and a lot of them had a different and unique intro. Those are really dope yo, keep up the good vids

  8. The hidden message is a joke by the sender, there is no contextual meaning in those words so finding a code that would pick out seemingly random words is unlikely.

  9. What a bunch of crap…the weak point of the lock system is the chain, just wedge in 2 small wrenches in a link and queeze the arms creating leverage…the link will easily pop open and you're done. No need to pick the big lock thing.

  10. Bill, I think having the original chain would be essential to rate this locking system as thieves would probably attempt to cut the chain first. I don't see them doing much else than attempting a pick. Reading Amazon reviews, many people have the same problem you had with the poorly functioning lock mechanism. Several reported thieves stole their bike by cutting the chain. cheers

  11. I know sh*t about locks but lets say you got a chain that can handle the load I propose . use a portapower? the 10 ton pullers you can get at harbor freight to snap those pins out? I know this is unreasonable for taking a bike but I like seeing the forceful destruction of great mechanisms

  12. All these locks are used to prevent theft of a bicycle, am I right?
    But the bike lock must have some sort of flexible part to wrap around the
    frame of the bicycle and whatever you are securing it to, am I right?
    So if the flexible part is a thick metal cable or chain, can't you just get through that with bolt cutters?
    Sure, the lock is tough….but what about the chain?
    Or are there chains made of hardened steel so tough that cutters won't work on it?

    I'm not trying to be a smart-ass here, I genuinely want to know because I use my bike a lot in the summer
    and I don't want it stolen. So I'm asking, if they can't get through the lock, won't they just cut the cable/chain?
    So what's the best setup to use to prevent your bicycle from being stolen?

  13. ANY BODY CAN OPEN A DAMN LOCK IF YOU HAVE 6 MILLION TOOLS N. TIME TO DO IT.IN THR REAL WORLD YOU ONLY HAVE LIMITED TIME N TO DO IT WITH OUT SOMEONE BLOWING THE BACK OF YOUR HEAD OFF FOR TRYING TO STEAL THEIR SHIT..

  14. When I first saw the key I thought it looked like the one for an Abloy disc lock. It looks like it works on a very similar principle? (I'm most familiar with the Abloy Protec2, but I know they have a bunch of similar designs going back many years.)

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