"This is not going to be a picking video simply because I can't pick this lock," bosnianbill admits as he starts his video.
The lock, which he said lock collector John Coulter bought in Taiwan, doesn't operate anything like standard locks.
Instead of pushing a full, rigid key into the lock, the key actually injects a snake of metal into the lock, wrapping around intricate curves that picks just can't navigate.
"It's like all the weirdness in the universe packed into one lock," bosnianbill marvels in the video.
He ends with a challenge: think you could pick this lock?
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