Wearable lockpicks

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7 Responses to “Wearable lockpicks”

  1. The Life Of Bryan says:

    People just don’t see what they’re not looking for. And wearing something as jewelry is a great way to take advantage of that. Ever gone barhopping wearing an earring made from a Randy’s Wired Paper? In our misspent youth, that was the very definition of preparedness on a Saturday night.

  2. Anonymous says:

    “Jill, here’s a lockpick. It might come in handy if you, the master of unlocking, take it with you.”

  3. holtt says:

    Having played a lot of Fallout 3, I just keep a couple of bobby pins in my hair at all times. Once while walking down the sidewalk I saw one laying there, and I froze for a second – almost pounced on it.

  4. Anonymous says:

    The Bogota profile is almost magic, maybe the best rake profile out there. With practice and the right lock it’s almost as fast as using a key.
    Rakes are for scrubbing over and manipulating more than one pin at a time, vs. the slightly more romantic method of picking one pin at a time.

  5. dragonbait1 says:

    For your consideration…

    “Toolry” a portmanteau of Tool and Jewelry. It should be considered gauche to wear toolry that one doesn’t actually use.

    Imagine a world where makers proudly wear tools in plain sight. Not just lockpicks, but anything you might use.

    I carry my multitool openly on my belt, but something more ornate would be nice for dressier occasions.

    Check your local laws for legality.

    RGB

  6. a_user says:

    Duno I’m getting an “if everyone’s armd there would be no gun crime” vibe from this,

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