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[1544] Copying Off the Dumbest Kid in the Class?! (Delswin Lockbox)

  • Published on May 29, 2023 veröffentlicht
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  • Martijn
    Martijn 3 months ago +5390

    I like how "Delswin" is an anagram for "Swindle" because that's what they do with these kinds of locks

    • Michael
      Michael 3 months ago +130

      Good eye! Your comment should be up-voted to the top.

    • bluehuman
      bluehuman 3 months ago +26


    • Samira Peri
      Samira Peri 3 months ago +45

      ​@Michael He wasn't the first to notice the anagram. :P

    • Michael
      Michael 3 months ago +36

      @Samira Peri No, you were! I saw that after the fact. Props to you!

    • Das Fahrer
      Das Fahrer 3 months ago +2

      Beat me to it!

  • n74357175
    n74357175 3 months ago +3344

    "Crayon Kid" -- new levels of insult hurled at Master Lock 😂
    The deadpan delivery just makes it 👌

    • Nephila
      Nephila 3 months ago +68

      If anyone ever showed me the level of sheer contempt he does for these locks, I'd probably curl into a ball and cry

    • JGA
      JGA 3 months ago +14

      ralph wiggum of simpsons

    • Mack
      Mack 3 months ago +5

      @Nephila yeah he's got them crying.....all the way to the bank

    • JD
      JD 3 months ago +29

      LPL woke up and chose violence today apparently

    • Trond Børge Krokli
      Trond Børge Krokli 3 months ago +2

      Ralph Wiggum comes to mind...

  • Lapin Noir
    Lapin Noir 3 months ago +1700

    Having marked homework before, you'd be surprised how often students will copy from the dumbest kid in class. And I'm talking about university here.

    • Mack
      Mack 3 months ago +26

      Then the likelyhood of succeeding in life becomes slim😐

    • will smith
      will smith 3 months ago +137

      I had a person in my coding class in community college who copied someones code word for word and didnt even change the name on it........

    • Mason Johnson
      Mason Johnson 3 months ago +58

      They're the easiest to copy off of after all.

    • WarMike_1
      WarMike_1 3 months ago +76

      @will smith I'm in one of my country's best universities, and a guy got caught because the guy he cheated off left a "made by (Name)" pop-up window in his program, and the cheater didn't change the name :)
      also we do mostly oral exams/lab defense so the got caught when he was defending the lab in front of the class

  • Ian McChickenlover
    Ian McChickenlover 3 months ago +225

    In a classroom where everyone stuffs the crayons up their noses the kid eating them might seem like a genius.

    • abpsd73
      abpsd73 3 months ago +12

      That reminds me of a Simpsons episode where Homer was found to have a crayon wedged in his cranium via nasal insertion.

  • John Winters
    John Winters 3 months ago +1421

    I love it when scrambling the combination takes longer than decoding the lock.

    • GoatsAndChickens123
      GoatsAndChickens123 3 months ago +21

      Yep. During this video I wondered how many hours of his life have been spent scrambling combinations while not looking at the digits. I think we need a scramble compilation video.

    • Bryan Shouse
      Bryan Shouse 3 months ago +17

      @GoatsAndChickens123 10 hours of LPL scrambling code wheels, a new ASMR video.

  • Paul East
    Paul East 3 months ago +770

    Masterlock CEO "How damaging is LPL's new video?"
    Toady "Well, the good news is he didn't pick our lock in seconds"
    CEO "And the bad news?"
    Toady "We have a new nickname"
    Edited the autocorrect.

    • Steve Babiak
      Steve Babiak 3 months ago +19

      Seems you gave them the new nickname of MasterWork. MasterLock would be pleased by that.

    • Adventure Bear
      Adventure Bear 3 months ago +10

      "Crayon-boy?" "Cray-cray boy?" "Cray-eating-on boy?"
      Anyway, the joke is on you: Masterwork/lock is leading the way!

    • Paul East
      Paul East 3 months ago +2

      @stevebabiak6997 you gotta love autocorrect.

    • norwegiangadgetman
      norwegiangadgetman 3 months ago +7

      @Steve Babiak MasterWork is a store brand name for cheap, chinese tools and 'useful stuff'. It's almost 'use once, then throw it away because you want the space to store something of actual value' bad...

    • John Public
      John Public 3 months ago +4

      @Paul East I want to turn off autocorrupt.

  • Budget
    Budget 3 months ago +727

    When he said copying from the Dingaling eating a crayon, even before he showed it, we all knew he was referring to masterlock.

    • Ragnhild
      Ragnhild 3 months ago +19

      There are exactly two possibilities: either ML is the Crayon Kid, or they’re _also_ copying off of Crayon Kid. I’ll go with the first.

    • Michael Carnes
      Michael Carnes 3 months ago +12

      To be fair, we all knew he was referring to MasterLock when we saw the thumbnail.

    • Stuart D
      Stuart D 3 months ago

      Absolutely savage put down.

    • Pete Lind
      Pete Lind 3 months ago +1

      It's one and same factory in China that makes 20 brands , you can even buy that mechanism assembled , as spare part for some locker doors .

  • JadeSpider
    JadeSpider 3 months ago +111

    I want to see Crayola come out with a truly well made lock now just to spite the Crayon kid nick name.

    • ShadowDragon8685
      ShadowDragon8685 3 months ago +25

      That would be hilarious, especially since we've already seen that literal child's novelty locks not infrequently have better mechanisms.

    • Comrade Windowsill
      Comrade Windowsill 3 months ago +7

      @ShadowDragon8685 my hypothesis on why that is, is because those are usually a limited run, or at the very least, are only intended to sell for a short while until the next kids toy comes along, which means they don't need to bother cutting corners so much. sort of an inverse economy of scale.

  • mimikyoo
    mimikyoo 3 months ago +38

    "for reasons I cant understand, it seems like the entire class is copying off of crayon kid"
    LPL delivers the best zingers

  • SomeJoe7777
    SomeJoe7777 3 months ago +140

    I absolutely love the subtle confidence flex in that he states the combination he decoded before even attempting to open the lock.

    • pmnt_
      pmnt_ 3 months ago +11

      i don't know, it might be a fluke.

    • CptJistuce
      CptJistuce 3 months ago +16

      ​@pmnt_ No, it's orange. Flukes are yellow.

    • Eric Krings
      Eric Krings 3 months ago +6

      I thought the same thing. Just "Damn... the level of confidence that he's got before even actuating the lever..." ! Is it that Masterlock just underestimates the reach of LPLs channel, or is it that their understanding of how the internet works is equal to their understanding of how mechanical security works?

    • Sumanitu
      Sumanitu 3 months ago +6

      @Eric Krings Masterlock can see the reach of his channel. He has 4 million subcribers. If we estimate conservatively that 10 times as many people have seen 1+ LPL video as subs, thats 40 million. There are 1.5 billion English speaking people in this world. I love LPL, but I do think that you're overestimating his reach

    • Eric Krings
      Eric Krings 3 months ago +3

      @Sumanitu Clip-Share is the 2nd most visited website globally, only behind Google. If I search "Pick a Masterlock" on Clip-Share, LPL is 2 out of the top 4 results (6 out of the top 10). This alone is reason enough to assume that Masterlock is underestimating the reach of LPLs channel... mostly due to it appearing as though Masterlock is also simultaneously underestimating the reach of Clip-Share as a platform in general.

  • RockThekami5253
    RockThekami5253 3 months ago +411

    LPL absolutely destroying these companies. Surprised that those locks didn't melt from the heat of those burns.

    • HoloGaster
      HoloGaster 3 months ago +11

      That could be the only good thing? Plastic with a melting point so high not even burns from LPL can melt them. But that being said, somehow the plastic is highly non-flammable.

    • AESub
      AESub 3 months ago +5

      Lock execs: quick market our locks as fireproof!

    • Brian West
      Brian West 3 months ago +1

      Might be only one company...

    • épinards & caramel
      épinards & caramel 3 months ago +2

      As long as people buy them they don’t care

    • Dirtyharry70585
      Dirtyharry70585 3 months ago +1

      Their butts are burned so often, they don’t sit down at the office anymore

  • Jon Hanlon
    Jon Hanlon 3 months ago +45

    LPL's absolute contempt for MasterLock is inspirational

    • Corey Taylor
      Corey Taylor 3 months ago +1

      And warranted. My escooter was stolen while locked with their bike lock. It wasn't cut, they didn't have to. The head that attached to the cable was soft plastic... They literally just bent it in seconds and removed the lock from the cable. It's mind blowing that they aren't held accountable for selling junk

  • Tekel Upharsin
    Tekel Upharsin 3 months ago +291

    Meanwhile, Masterlock is sitting in the back of the class eating Elmer's Glue.

    • notsevenfeettall
      notsevenfeettall 3 months ago +24

      Just guzzling off the bulk gallon jug of Elmer's at this point. I can practically hear the gutteral slurping at this point.

    • Chokah
      Chokah 3 months ago +24

      Not even Elmer's. Some knock off brand.

    • GreenAppelPie
      GreenAppelPie 3 months ago +12

      It’s extra in a crayon and construction paper sandwich

    • GildedBear
      GildedBear 3 months ago +9

      ​@Chokahit's just labelled, "white glue, compare to major named brands"

  • TesserId
    TesserId 3 months ago +255

    Padlocks sold by a nearby hardware store are all made by crayon kid. I fully expect there's one like in LPL's neighborhood, and I can just imagine him walking down the isle and hearing the clatter of locks just opening on their own.

    • NiveusLuna
      NiveusLuna 3 months ago +45

      "This is the LockPickingLawyer--" lock pops open "--and I see my reputation has preceded me."

    • tommy karrick
      tommy karrick 3 months ago +8

      Lockpicking by sheer intimidation

    • afjer5106
      afjer5106 3 months ago +10

      Lowes and Home Depot both sell nothing but Master Lock in my area. I had to go elsewhere to find something decent.

    • mabmoro
      mabmoro 3 months ago +2

      @NiveusLuna I 100% read that in his voice. Well done.

    • John DoDo Doe
      John DoDo Doe 3 months ago +1

      There's 2 big home improvement changes in my area. One sells only Masterlock padlocks, the other has a variety of RUKO, ABUS and a few others (including a store brand of unknown quality).

  • Ryon Miller
    Ryon Miller 3 months ago +38

    I love how like 75% of the picking process is just changing the code to something he doesn't know

  • Raymond
    Raymond 3 months ago +24

    I think Delswin went one step higher by providing a different color for their lock

  • a really cool name
    a really cool name 3 months ago +97

    Love your jokes throughout the video! 🤣❤ The part "The Ding-A-Ling in the back of a classroom eating crayons" had me dying!

  • Julius Kwak
    Julius Kwak 3 months ago +61

    He doesn't just diss the main manufacturer. He disses the entire class! Not only did they take the shortcut way through this production and design process, but they wasted hundreds of thousands in production costs for a competition that is slowly becoming unpopular.

  • ForeverLaxx
    ForeverLaxx 3 months ago +109

    They copy MasterLock because that's the brand most Americans recognize and buy, probably assuming that if they look like MasterLock then buyers will either think they *are* MasterLock or will assume that they have the same security/features as MasterLock.
    The problem is that they're right: they do have the same security/features as MasterLock, but that's not something to aspire to.

    • GreenAppelPie
      GreenAppelPie 3 months ago +9

      MasterLock has also already figured out the cheapest way to make stuff already as an added bonus

    • TheBaldrickk
      TheBaldrickk 3 months ago +5

      Yeah, the problem is the crayon kid has been successful, at selling tons of his **** to the general public

    • Patrick McGuinness
      Patrick McGuinness 3 months ago +2

      Yup. They just goto a factory that makes locks and buy them. Chances are these are designed by a few factories. I've witnessed a bunch of useless locks at tradeshows

  • Icantthinkofanameman
    Icantthinkofanameman 3 months ago +116

    always a fun time when masterlock is made fun of. some great comparisons by LPL

  • Craig W
    Craig W 3 months ago +49

    Just when you think LPL has emasculated Master Lock in every way possible, "but wait, there's more!" 😂😂😂😂😂😂 I snorted my coffee!

    • ShadowDragon8685
      ShadowDragon8685 3 months ago +5

      Oh man...
      LPL actually _could_ do the Billy Mays thing. Not with _energy,_ but worth _gravitas._

  • Bernardo Santos
    Bernardo Santos 3 months ago +8

    The LPL seems like the kind of guy I'd have 10 beers without getting bored of the conversation. This man is funnier than lots of hour long comedy specials

  • Ólafur Gíslason
    Ólafur Gíslason 3 months ago +16

    The next daily design team's meeting at Masters: "Crayons are back off the menu boys!"

  • michael king
    michael king 3 months ago +32

    love the ending where he just keeps bringing out the "copy" locks!

  • Brian Smith-Winsemius
    Brian Smith-Winsemius 3 months ago +273

    anyone want to bet the lock mechanisms are all made at the same Chinese factory?

    • Matthew Lockhart
      Matthew Lockhart 3 months ago +32

      I would not be surprised, seeing how they all look similar....

    • Fakjbf
      Fakjbf 3 months ago +23

      There are minor design differences that mean they can’t just reuse the same tooling to make each one, so I think it’s more likely convergent evolution where this is a super cheap design to manufacture so that’s what they all do. Could also be due to patents, maybe whoever holds the patent on this in China is licensing it for super cheap so everyone uses it rather than a more secure design even if the manufacturing costs would have been identical.

    • Stevo_1998
      Stevo_1998 3 months ago +36

      So, with some tools (e.g. drills, impacts, electric wrenches etc.), a company can get in touch with some manufacturer, and spec a certain type and quality of tool
      For example, Harbor Freight can go to the same company Milwaukee does and get a similar design of tool, but spec'd differently
      So it's a bit cheaper, the motor isn't quite as good, the batteries are lower quality - whatever
      But both tools might use the same parts, and have very similar moulds for the plastic shell, looking almost identical
      I'd imagine that's what's happening here, where loads of companies (MasterLock, Abus, random Chinese brands etc.) go to the same manufacturer
      "Yeah, I want a 4-wheel lockbox with this kind of shape and fairly cheap"
      and so they make them this same thing, where it basically uses the exact same core as each other, made slightly different for the specific looks/design aesthetic

    • Nerva Augustus
      Nerva Augustus 3 months ago +12

      No chance. I know a losing bet when I see one!

    • eoghanw1
      eoghanw1 3 months ago +6

      It's much more likely that the other locks are simply copying the master lock one. And they are probably all Chinese companies

  • Rick Perkins
    Rick Perkins 3 months ago +8

    Thanks Debbie for getting me through geometry class.

  • Visual Reversal
    Visual Reversal 3 months ago +11

    The most secure that lock has ever been was when it was still in the package.

    • Johnny Redux
      Johnny Redux 3 months ago


    • Draconai Auracto
      Draconai Auracto 3 months ago +2

      Only if it comes in one of those bull$#!+ plastic packages that you need a knife and a lever to open.

  • Ron Tesoro
    Ron Tesoro 3 months ago +8

    What a grand finale! I knew LPL had something up his sleeve, I mean we've seen him defeat these code wheel locks so many times that there had to be a twist.

  • Frank E
    Frank E 3 months ago +29

    I think the new business model for these lock manufacturers has become to get a guest appearance on your Clip-Share channel. You are a guaranteed sale for them for at least one lock.

  • Mittens FastPaw
    Mittens FastPaw 3 months ago +15

    He's always so polite with his insults to Master Lock.

  • Milymentalist
    Milymentalist 3 months ago +9

    "Even the dimmest among us..." LPL being a sussy baka

  • Lance S
    Lance S 3 months ago +3

    Love the way he tells you what the combo is before he tries to open it to verify.

  • gymnasiast90
    gymnasiast90 3 months ago +1

    It’s incredibly amusing how you are speaking so incredibly softly and friendly, while tearing Masterlock and the copycats to impossibly tiny shreds :D

  • TheSpaceDragon
    TheSpaceDragon 3 months ago +4

    I've heard some harsh reviews on this channel, but this one was absolutely savage, even more than the ones that can be opened with no tools at all.

  • Adventure Bear
    Adventure Bear 3 months ago +4

    If I was not a multi-year subscriber already, the "in the back of the class eating crayons" remark would definitely win me over.

  • PeakFreakUK
    PeakFreakUK 3 months ago +3

    "Copying off crayon, kid." You, sir, have won the Internet for today. 😅😅😅

  • Gary C
    Gary C 3 months ago +4

    I have a Master Lock on a storage unit. One day I went to the storage unit and I opened it with the key like I normally do. Everything inside the storage unit was different. A second or two later I realized that I had opened the unit beside mine. We had the same exact lock (you have to supply your own lock there) and my key opened both of them. After watching many of these videos over time, I've come to the conclusion that it probably happens more than I can imagine. I guess there's only so many lock/key combinations they can make.

  • Mark Schwarzman
    Mark Schwarzman 3 months ago +5

    I’d be interested in seeing how many of those lock brands are owned by Master Lock’s parent company.

  • Macca Green
    Macca Green 3 months ago +1

    I'm loving how increasingly brutal LPL is getting towards Masterlock!!

  • sac
    sac 3 months ago +4

    One of these days he's going to have a one in a million instance where he scrambles back into the combination instead of out of it.

  • Aki Pursiainen
    Aki Pursiainen 3 months ago +4

    Just a personal note here: Today I for the first time opened a lock without a key! It was the cheapest lock available (and used at work). I was using a bent paperclip. Before trying to even find the pins, I jammed it all the way in and turned. Zoink said the shackle! I think I'm starting a new hobby, and next time go for the pins . Thank you, LPL! 😊

    • The Objective Observer
      The Objective Observer 3 months ago +1

      Congratulations! Was it a Master Lock?

    • Aki Pursiainen
      Aki Pursiainen 3 months ago +1

      @The Objective Observer Thanks! We don't have Master Locks here, or at least I haven't seen one. It is a generic (Chinese?) flattish about 45 mm lock, and if we did have Master Locks, this would be well under half the price. I have to mention that it isn't used to secure anything valuable, it's just a "note" on the door. This being Finland, for real purposes we use Abloy. 🤪

    • Aki Pursiainen
      Aki Pursiainen 3 months ago +1

      And I do have full control of its legitimate use.

  • Its_Wheels
    Its_Wheels 3 months ago +2

    Bro failed kindergarten and this man just opened up my whole life history like it was guarded by master lock.

  • Samira Peri
    Samira Peri 3 months ago +156

    The name is an anagram of "swindle".

    • Kamen Rider Gumo
      Kamen Rider Gumo 3 months ago +12

      And a lazy anagram at that - almost as lazy as the lock design.

    • Eric Meeson
      Eric Meeson 3 months ago +1

      Good catch!

  • Heisenberg
    Heisenberg 3 months ago +59

    "if you are gonna cheat on a test, you copy off a smart person" feels like this man is speaking from experience

    • Classic Chad
      Classic Chad 3 months ago +18

      Just a little thing called common sense.

    • stigma of the rose
      stigma of the rose 3 months ago +2

      I'm starting to wonder if these AI generated comments are posted by a real person, seeing as how youtube does nothing about all the bot spam.

    • Sam Silvestro
      Sam Silvestro 3 months ago +6

      @stigma of the rose im just curious, which message did you think was AI generated?

    • stigma of the rose
      stigma of the rose 3 months ago

      @Sam Silvestro heisenberg. He comments freaking everywhere, and very often it is obviously not written by a human.

    • Mack
      Mack 3 months ago +2

      @stigma of the rose 🤣 some humanoids are worse than a decent good old bot.....dont forget!

  • Michael Linner
    Michael Linner 2 months ago +2

    Nice job LPL.
    I recall you doing this with at least a dozen locks in the past 5 years. Nothing says cheap crap like never, ever changing the design.

  • Daniel Bressler
    Daniel Bressler 3 months ago +102

    "Even the dimmest among us know that if you're going to cheat on a test, you copy off of a smart person."

    • Rich Smith
      Rich Smith 3 months ago +21

      It's okay, the first step is to figure out who the smart person is...
      If you're smart enough for that, you can pass the class on your own!

    • Eric Nelson
      Eric Nelson 3 months ago +7

      When I was a teacher's assistant in college, the way I caught a bunch of (college!) students cheating on their homework was because I noticed a suspicious number of assignments that all made the same mistakes, to the point that I would save out the "you made this, that, and the other error" grading justification once I saw the pattern.

    • Mack
      Mack 3 months ago +6

      @Eric Nelson that showed how not smart they were....i always put in a couple of my own mistakes

    • Chris noname
      Chris noname 3 months ago +1

      ​@Eric Nelson And teachers do the same thing, they just think they must have everything perfect though because they're getting paid to say whatever the text books say. Unfortunately they're often not copying the smartest person in the room though.

    • arrowghost
      arrowghost 3 months ago +3

      I just heard AMOGUS. 😆

  • Gummiel
    Gummiel 3 months ago +3

    The issue is that the "kid" they are copying of, may be bad in the security class, but does really well in the "how to turn a profit class", and well in todays society the latter class is the one that matters more

  • msamour
    msamour 3 months ago +1

    Master Lock will forever be known as the "Dingling at the back of the classroom eating crayons". 😂

  • TesserId
    TesserId 3 months ago +18

    "...eating crayons." Can't stop chuckling.

  • Marcelo Yuri
    Marcelo Yuri 3 months ago +2

    I knew it was Master Lock even before that ending, but when he pulled it from the side, I couldn't help but laugh.

  • Redmoon
    Redmoon 3 months ago +2

    Let's be real we all saw it, knew exactly what the weakness was just because of how many times he's explained it to us.

  • Ray of Light 62
    Ray of Light 62 3 months ago +2

    Unbelievable how you filled the screen with seven different Kamino clones of the Masterlock combo lock!
    It seems they are free to copy just as they are blocked from inventing.
    Thanks LPL for the video.

  • Phil Peko
    Phil Peko 3 months ago +2

    What's most amazing is that those products are still on sale, and those companies are still alive. Because you could also talk about customers that purchase from the _Crayon Kid_ copycats, and do not seem to be much smarter than them.

  • Brendan Hayward
    Brendan Hayward 3 months ago

    I love the confidence in the code reading before pulling the trigger and opening it...gold!

  • No Count
    No Count 3 months ago +94

    You're supposed to roast them, not incinerate them, LPL.

    • reptarien
      reptarien 3 months ago +3


    • OddlyIncredible
      OddlyIncredible 3 months ago +2

      LPL always bringing thermobaric weapons to a knife fight...

  • Gabriel Grünberg
    Gabriel Grünberg 3 months ago +1

    I love how honest you are every time scrambling the code. We would trust you did it even if done off screen by now :)

    • Epicentr
      Epicentr 3 months ago +1

      It's kind of a rule of lock-picking videos that you have to show the full pick process or it's, well, fake. Not to mention the fact that he's a stickler.

  • TarotMom86
    TarotMom86 3 months ago +1

    At this rate, I think we need a selection of locks that we SHOULD be using since it seems 99.99999% of the locks on the market are all crap 😆

  • Eric Schroeder
    Eric Schroeder 3 months ago

    “Kids eating Crayons in the back of the class”
    To be fair, I think comparing Master Lock to a Marine is one of the highest praises you’ll ever give them. Semper Fi!

  • Rev. Kirk KB7QOD
    Rev. Kirk KB7QOD 3 months ago

    I love these videos. Thank you. They are the definition of, "Hold my beer and watch this!" Time and time again, it proves that locks only keep the honest people out. The best, fastest, easiest way to break into a house or a car is a rock.

  • Patrik Möller
    Patrik Möller 3 months ago

    You know it's going to be fun whenever a Master lock is introduced :)

  • Евгений Семёнов

    Wow, this was one of the most brutal videos I've seen on this channel!

  • Resurgam B7
    Resurgam B7 3 months ago +2

    Wow, the shade on Master Lock flows fierce and hot today 😂 LPL woke up this morning and chose sass!

  • Fhang Media
    Fhang Media 3 months ago +1

    I did realtor photography for a bit a few years back and went to photograph a house with the Master Lock version of this and the realtor didn't remember the combo so she hit it with a hammer and it popped right open lol 😂

  • Kevin Leee
    Kevin Leee 3 months ago +1

    What may be happening is a company like Master Lock asks multiple companies in China to come up with the sample and then they pick one company to create their product meanwhile the companies that were not chosen go ahead and sell the locks under another name

  • nerfspartanEBF25
    nerfspartanEBF25 3 months ago

    LPL calling a company "crayon kid" is a new level of nuclear burn

  • Unknown
    Unknown 3 months ago

    Still more secure than the fingerprint locks without a shackle that's being pushed all over the Internet, Clip-Share and TikTok 😂

  • asdfghyter
    asdfghyter 3 months ago +6

    haha, Master Lock will surely appreciate being called "crayon kid" 🤣

    • notsevenfeettall
      notsevenfeettall 3 months ago +1

      You'd think at some point they'd just spend the pennies and fix the most basic flaws in their design. Instead, they upgrade their "security" by changing the packaging to include the right buzzwords.

    • ZachM2020
      ZachM2020 3 months ago +2

      It certainly seems like they've tried very hard to earn the title

    • asdfghyter
      asdfghyter 3 months ago +1

      @notsevenfeettall buzzwords are cheaper than fixing the problem though!

    • Chris noname
      Chris noname 3 months ago

      @notsevenfeettall they still sell their locks though. They just srll them a little cheaper than the Lockwood ones and people assume everything should be equal security wise so buy theirs. After all most of the time you use a padlock to prevent someone being purely opportunistic not someone even determined enough to bring bolt cutters with them and certainly not someone who is going to use any level of skill. Most of the time a cable tie would be equally as effective.
      So not really a need to change anything. That's just wasteful.

  • Randy Dreammaker
    Randy Dreammaker 3 months ago

    We definitely need a brute force challenge for this lock.

  • Fred Gasior
    Fred Gasior 3 months ago

    I always enjoy these videos because they are short and entertaining. My only question would be, does the LPL pick the lock first or does he take it apart to see how it can be picked and then do the video.

  • BadvisionStudios
    BadvisionStudios 3 months ago

    "... the guy who got held back in kindergarten..." 😆
    I almost strangled on my coffee laughing at this! This will now be my daily go-to insult. Thank you.

    edit: typos due to chuckling

  • Peter Jameson
    Peter Jameson 3 months ago +1

    Brilliant LPL. I never tire of watching your magical hands.

  • Frank Ward
    Frank Ward 3 months ago

    It's called Delswin because the name Master was already taken.😂 Great video as always.

  • Thomas R. Stevenson
    Thomas R. Stevenson 3 months ago +4

    I love your videos, but some time it would be nice to know good locks to pick from. Maybe you could create your top 10 best locks of the year.

    • Draconai Auracto
      Draconai Auracto 3 months ago +1

      LPL has sung PacLock's praises in the past, if you're looking for a decent brand.

    • Thomas R. Stevenson
      Thomas R. Stevenson 3 months ago

      @Draconai Auracto Thanks. I'll read through past videos to find them.

  • Iago Boom
    Iago Boom 3 months ago +1

    That final shot of the usual suspects lined up was great.

  • Eboreg2
    Eboreg2 3 months ago

    This isn't just the dumbest kid in the class. This is the kid that the teacher keeps giving straight A's to due to a hefty amount of favoritism. Of course the new students are going to copy from him before realizing what was really going.

  • Rich B
    Rich B 3 months ago

    Crayon eating and Crayon Kid! You got me laughing hard enough to snot out my drink!! That was hilarious! 😂😂

  • Sergio Perilla
    Sergio Perilla 3 months ago +2

    You have savaged pretty much every combination lock. Is there any lock of that type that you would consider to be at least acceptable in terms of security? Or are combination locks something to just avoid completely?

  • Kevin Garrett
    Kevin Garrett 3 months ago +1

    I need people to start using the word "dingaling" more often in sentences so thanks to LPL for my daily fix!

  • Midi Music Forever
    Midi Music Forever 3 months ago +6

    Master Lock mascot Ralph Wiggum at your service!

    • Can I...?
      Can I...? 3 months ago +1

      Mascot? Ralph is their chief engineer. lol

  • Col Day
    Col Day 3 months ago +1

    Oh that's a great description of Master Lock, 'The dingaling at the back of the classroom eating crayons'. Spot on.

  • James Blest
    James Blest 3 months ago +1

    'The dingaling in the back of the class, eating crayons' Love it!!

  • Tess Wagner
    Tess Wagner 3 months ago

    😆🤣🤣🤣😂😂😅😅😄 Thank you. I needed a good laugh this morning!😂 And you never fail to deliver ❤

  • Peter Davidowicz
    Peter Davidowicz 3 months ago

    Tension on the opening lever can often be used instead of shim. For bike locks just pull or push the shank to bind the shaft.

  • Paul Tomblin
    Paul Tomblin 3 months ago +1

    When I was a kid (in the 70s) a lot of kids had these bike locks with a combination lock sort of in-line to the cable. You could pick them just by applying tension to the cable and turning each wheel until you felt it click into place. Sounds like combination locks haven't gotten much more sophisticated in the last 50 years.

    • Nick Atty
      Nick Atty 3 months ago

      Me too (as commented recently). The only sophistication is using a bit of bent metal to put the tension on.

  • Hartbreak1
    Hartbreak1 3 months ago +4

    Ouch the roasting is savage in this one 😂

  • Anonymus Typewriter
    Anonymus Typewriter 3 months ago

    This was really one of the hardest burns on master lock 😂

  • Velktron
    Velktron 3 months ago

    I remember when we used such combination locks for our BMXs.... 3-digit ones, at that, despite knowing that with enough patience (or a sensitive finger) it was trivial to open them.

  • XPNDBLhero
    XPNDBLhero 3 months ago

    After all this time he's been doing these videos I've totally expected an LPL special edition modified lock that is not so easily picked....

  • oWallis
    oWallis 3 months ago +1

    LOL we use a lockbox just like these to secure the key to our tool cage at my base. I'll have to show them some of these videos of how simple they are to open

  • Duncan Sheedy
    Duncan Sheedy 3 months ago

    I love how he announced the combo before he opened the lock

    THR33STEP 3 months ago +8

    I was surprised to see Squire made that bad lock!!

    • John Hinds
      John Hinds 3 months ago +4

      Probably just paid a Chinese company to screen print their name onto an average lock.

  • Connor McNulty
    Connor McNulty 3 months ago

    I’m surprised Squire didn’t figure out how to fix this one. They seemed pretty intent on security.

  • Jazz
    Jazz 3 months ago

    This has got to be one of the funniest videos I have seen over the last year!

  • Dreadjaws
    Dreadjaws 3 months ago

    It's a special kind of burn when LPL doesn't even bother picking your lock because he already knows how bad it is just from looking at it.

  • Mar
    Mar 3 months ago +1

    A fact that far too many people remain ignorant of: All these companies work together to stomp out competition while still giving the illusion of choice.

  • NFSHeld
    NFSHeld 3 months ago

    I have a confession to make: I was the crayon kid (not literally but that kind of stuff). But I was among the smartest - so smart that nobody wanted to be friends with "the nerd" unless there was a team assignment. So I did it to be funny and make friends. Maybe they thought master lock was super clever and just tried to level with the competition... IDK

  • Jeanette
    Jeanette 3 months ago +4

    🤣 Crayon eating dingaling

  • Unapol Ridlow
    Unapol Ridlow 3 months ago

    I think my old workplace used one of these copycat lockboxes, the wheel and button are identical. We used that lock to keep the keys we used to get inside the buildings in the mornings.

  • dingaia
    dingaia 3 months ago

    Love that LPL is slowly changing lock industry for the better just by demonstrating they're simply bad lock designers and perhaps they will up their game or go out of business.😊

  • Kyle
    Kyle 3 months ago

    I remember a 3 wheel one of these and I could just always feel that groove and opened it in 10 without knowing the password or even having a tool