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25 February 2020. Abus website still claims that this lock is world strongest https://www.abus.com/us/Home-Security/Padlocks/Granit
Does the ABUS Granit 37/60 use the same core, just in a smaller package?
I bought 3 of the 37/60 basically the same lock just a little smaller I feel good now to put them on my trailer it seems a lot of work to pick them even for a "pro"
Picking never happens in real life. Thieves are dumb as fuck. just get the toughest lock out there and you're good to go
Wow! This pick sure is ugly! Especially compared to the one you and BosnianBill made.
1:54 what is that.
My heart stopped at 1:38 It's awesome going back and seeing the technique before the LPL/BB pick was made.
How do you know if you've got the new one or the old one?
He screw in with confidence, I rihke his styrul.
What if a lock manufacturer installed a vibrator that activated when a key or pick was inserted. Would this make a difference in a disk lock if they kept moving?
Just over two years later (Nov 2019), I wonder how @LockPickingLawyer evaluates the Abus Plus Core... ? "Using the pick that BosnianBill and I made... " is this still "highly pick resistant" ?
@Scott Williams it took LPL more than 2 minutes to pick the lock despite having a few practices beforehand, and he used a specialised tool for it too There is probably a better lock, but this lock definitely is still very pick resistant. Afterall, LPL is one of the rare people highly skilled in lock picking
In the slightly older video  on May 14, 2017, LPL says the Abus Plus Core "is certainly beyond my current abilities, and probably there are only a handful of people in the world who would stand a chance picking one of these open"... Still true?
try a ABUS 56560 level 20 security lol
140 seconds... im buying abloy protec3 with graphite core
So I have an Avis 3780 lock that the kids have been lost to luckily the lock is not attached to anything how hard is it to drill the core out? As I took it to a locksmith and they wanted $300 to pick it
Is the ABUS Granit XPlus 540/160 HB similar difficulty/ease of picking?
9 minute video.... Must be a good lock!
How does this compare to the Abloy? Maybe you can do a video comparing them since it seems like they are the two best.
What a wonderful job picking this lock. I just got mine today and I may watch this video several times to get educated. Thank you 🙏
In video 471 you said you could not pick this. Did you get better or is this a different core?
So it took you two and half minutes, and you are one of the best. I assume the lock ist picking resistant. As I use two locks on my bike with the X Plus-Core, it won't be stolen by picking regarding the 3 minutes rule.
LPL is the 2019 worlds best lock picker and has certification to prove it. Expert lock pickers and good to average lock pickers really have a hard time picking this lock. It's not good if they are at it for like 20 minutes, a lock has to be picked quick, a 5-minute time frame is really maximum! I have one of these expensive locks and am not pissed at all by this video. LPL is the worlds best, so don't fret.😋💨😀
I'd watch you do a "first time pick" on one of these locks.
are the locks as easy for you to put back together as they are for you to take apart? (Im assuming that u re-assemble them)
How much are the lock and tool you demonstrate?*
I was looking for a good lock and chain to secure a generator from growing legs. Any thoughts?
You looking at it. It took a year of practice (or more) to pick it, in a quiet workshop with every tool available. AFAIK it's not so expensive either (depending how you look it), also have a newer version too. If you interested look up his top 10 best look video!
The high school that I'm going to has a very bad theft problem is this a good lock for my locker
just make sure the shackle fits in your locker, otherwise it should be fine, also depending on how good the lockers are, the weight of this lock might bend it
You should have a go at the abus granit 8008 disk lock. Really curious to see it since they say it’s one of the most secure disk locks out there.
Still a lock an ordinary thief wouldn’t be able to pick
...so they result to bolt croppers and crowbars and the Abus 37RK80 Granit Plus is pretty resilient to those too! 😀💨😋
I have this insurance lock but its 37/55 and was really confident i have beast lock and that no1 can steal my bike. After watching this im gona get paranoid again
Nobody with the ability to pick a random Abus Plus in the wild is gonna steal your bike.
Not the sort of lock your average criminal would be able to open.
Does Abus always uses the same number of discs in this lock type?
Thanks for showing us an excellent lock like this.
How this disks work...
This is an expensive lock.
I was about to get this one because in the “top 10 heaviest and baddest” video you made you said the core of this one was some of the toughest ever to be picked and that it was beyond your abilities. That didn’t last for long ...
Ghorda9 Meaning, for the better or the worse?
newer models changed up the design.
Who made that disc detainer pick? Is that a Spooxe tip on it?
So is this a good lock?
Is there a way to get one of these off without these tools? Lever bar or similar? Angle grinding is an option but I dont have a grinder. I have an abus granit lock on my old motorcycle chain (also abus) that I lost the key to. The chain cost quite a bit and I'd like to salvage it if possible. It's not attached to anything, just a lock on a chain.
If I got a disc detainer lock I could open to modify, would putting in my own false gates be worth the trouble? I assume I could easily do so with a file, but I'm curious to know if that's a worthwile modification
Today I was thinking about the types of locks we have here in Germany. I don't know how it is in the US but we just use Pin tumblers for our houses (but slowly replaced by dimple locks) and cheap wafer locks for our mail boxes. I think most people around here don't even know what a disc detainer lock is. I've never heard about the Abus Granit series before I started watching your videos and as it turns out it's pretty well hidden on the german Abus website as well. If I look on Amazon this beast is really expensive. 70€ for the Granit 37/55 ... and you open it up in 3 minutes. I've never seen such a thing in real life yet. But I guess most people around here wouldn't invest that much money in a padlock. I definitely wouldn't do it so I assume Abus doesn't advertise it much. So how is it on your side of the world? Do you all use pin tumblers as well and disc detainer cores are for premium uses? The same goes for Lever locks. I've never actually seen one around here. Not even on pad locks. But maybe this is because it's older tech and I'm too young. From what I understand lever locks are most commonly used in Great Britain. I'm kinda interested in the history about why we use the lock types that we use now.
@Ghorda9 very common in finland
i don't think disc detainers are common anywhere.
would it make sense to lubricate internals enough to help muting the movement of each plate when lock is being picked?
That's amazing that you can pick this lock with the Abus plus core but what about the 20/70 or the 20/80 can you pick them also or not? and if not then why not and regarding if you can pick them or not do you believe they are quality locks worth purchasing and do you believe they are pretty secure and worth their purchase prices or not? In a prior video you said that you couldn't pick the 20/70 but I thought this lock above in this video had the same Abus plus core and I see you picking it right here on this video fairly easily so I guess I'm just a little bit confused and wondering if you could pick those two discus models with the same core or a similar core or not?
There are almost no criminals who have lock picking skills (though this guy is teaching them) they use brute force - angle grinders and crowbars.
I don't think LPL videos are helping thieves. Lockpicking is a skill you have to develop. You need to spend years behind it. Thieves who have that kind of dedication don't break into houses. Low effort thieves break into houses. Medium effort thieves become scammers. High effort thieves become politicians and businesspeople.
Can abus 8077 be picked? Please
All locks can be picked, some are just more difficult to pick than others
That is a $90 padlock. A great buy for someone whose shed does not have weaker links. I still doubt an impatient wanna be could watch these videos and pick a good $20 padlock. I doubt any hobbyists will come by my place.
Can you tell us the difference between the 37rk/80 and the 37/80 KD? Thanks for the great information you give us.
I've been looking at this lock for high value security. Many should know that any lock will do the job it is intended to do, but finding the right lock can be challenging. I like that this lock will buy some time, and may cause a burglar to move on to an easier target. Nothing is totally secure. A high value lock is useless if the burglar has the time and another part of the structure is weaker such as a wall. A $100.00 lock will not secure on a $20.00 harsp with a large window around the corner.
If they are moving do u keep pushing? When it’s binding, what do u do?
Binding: push til klik Springy:leave and go to next
Doesn’t having the keys make it easier to pick?
@Lockpickinglawyer would it be a good idea to carefully disassemble my kryptonite Evolution DD lock, and just file a couple of false gates onto the discs? I think these locks lack them.
I've taken the core out of one of those (to clean it) and there didn't seem to be an easy way to take it apart non-destructively.
will this lock fit the latch on a uhaul truck? I'm ready to purchase one of these for a cross-country move, but I wonder if this will fit the truck. thanks!
Is this the same as the RK37/80
Is there any lock you CAN'T pick? Jesus Christ..
Any lock that a manufacturer claims is un-pickable is a challenge to LPL.
Bowley is still picked, but not from LPL. He do it on next Time
I like to listen to your videos while I try to sleep
And this was before the new disc detainer pick...
screw the tool and just insert a small "T'' tool in the bottom of the core and just turn it clockwise.......3 sec max....
wait... what? My key looks exactly the same...!?
Back in 7th grade I would pick other kids lockers and take their shit