Up To No Good: Titanium Business Card Lockpicking Set

January 3, 2013


This is a $50 detachable lockpicking set etched out of a titanium business card (similar to the one this guy made a long time ago) so you can carry the power to break and enter around in your wallet. Me? I carry the power to break and enter around IN MY SHOE. *kicking door* Holy hell, I think I just broke my leg. "That's because that was a wall, not a door." WELL MAYBE THEY SHOULD LABEL THEM BETTER. Want to watch me punch through this window? "That's a microwave." That hot cocoa made fun of my sister!

Thanks to brandy, who picks locks the old fashioned detective show way: in black and white with a stethoscope.

  • Roney Wilson

    It feels awe-inspiring to read such informative and distinctive articles
    on your websites.Houston Business Law

  • In California, USA it's illegal to possess lock picks and any other burglary type tools with the intent to feloniously break into any building, railroad car, aircraft, or vessel, trailer coach, or vehicle. (Penal Code 466-469) Having said that, you're presumed innocent until proven guilty so, you wouldn't get arrested or charged with anything having these in your wallet unless you were caught using them in an illegal manner.

  • jjdaddyo

    Good luck trying to argue that these are not "burglar's tools" if you are ever caught by the cops with this in your pocket. Class A misdemeanor in NY. http://codes.lp.findlaw.com...

  • Luka Mlinar

    Kevin Mitnick did this half a decade (or more) ago. His was more cool as it was a business card and also it's F'ing Kevin Mitnick.

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