Beginner Lock Pick Set with Clear Locks and Bonus Lock Pick Guide
Beginner Lock Picking Tools for Urban Survivalists and Aspiring Spies
Our quality lock pick set and carrying case combo has everything you need to master the art of lockpicking. If you’ve ever been curious about how to pick a lock, this set of clear locks, picks, and pocket guide are all you need to learn. Makes a perfect gift for spy gear aficionados, puzzle solvers, and urban survivalists.
Comes to $2.60 per pick, tension tool, and lock, PLUS you get a hardshell carrying case.
Our Lock Pick Kit Includes:
- Carbon steel lock picks with stainless steel handles (12)
- Tension wrenches (3)
- Three clear practice locks (including a 6-pin padlock, disk-detainer lock, and a wafer lock)
- Keys for the locks in case you give up
- Quality hardshell lockpick case for easy carrying
- Small carrying pouch to hold your tools in style
- Extra wallet-sized lock pick set for EDC and emergencies
- Bonus pocket-sized lock pick guide
Made by Vistal Supply for SubtleDigs.
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Fairly standard lock picks and transparent locks at an excellent price. My only quibble: the booklet is a great place to start as a beginner, but is primarily only useful for the pin cylinder padlock - there is nothing on how to open the disk detainer or wafer locks that are included. The linked website has nothing on lock picking (but some nice cheeseboards!). I give this 4-stars because except for these issues, it’s excellent value and quality. And it’s a terrific starting point.
Great job on the video, nicely done. The kit has it all and well put together. Plenty of fun for everybody. :D'
Overall great introduction set for beginners. Provides a vast array of options and ideal for someone just starting out.
On one of the padlocks the shackle comes clean off when you unlock it, the picks need to be filed down and aren't the highest quality I've seen, but for the price the combo is pretty nice. It does come with three types of acrylic locks, so plenty to practice and learn.
It is a good beginners set but the quality was not there for me. two picks have broken in locks I was practicing on, I partially blame that on me being a beginner.
The quality of the practice locks did not impress me either.
It upsets me that now that I know more about picking I probably would have spent the extra $20-$30 and have gotten a good USA Peterson pick set.
However overall I'll still give a 4 star review because the kit is as described and pretty much got me to where i wanted to go.