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WhyMaro WhyMaro 11.04.2019
most of the times in japan you simply have a lock on the rear wheel pre mounted, simply to lock the wheel.
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Arisa Kuhouin Arisa Kuhouin 06.03.2019
Hey LPL, recently your little friend Bill here acquired the same lock: <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_pK00TCHw_M">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_pK00TCHw_M</a>
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AnythingKid123 AnythingKid123 06.03.2019
In japan you are not allowed to even have lock picks
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oyvey oyvey 01.02.2019
japan has a low crime rate because they have so few africans. i salute lock picking lawyer for dropping some race realism facts. we wouldn&#39;t need locks if we had a white society.
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stvincents2007 stvincents2007 31.01.2019
Do you ever pick locks without viewing the keys first, to replicate a real lost key situation, viewing the key beforehand seems a tad cheating
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Roger Syversen Roger Syversen 29.01.2019
trust is a very interesting concept in the social sciences. if you know of any good academic papers on the topic, please link.
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Damian Verhoeks Damian Verhoeks 28.01.2019
You need to try to open alluminium With Gallium metal this will desolve the alleminium!
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Ian Tyers Ian Tyers 21.01.2019
I work for Panasonic Avionics, our first ever product was a bicycle light so this is not too far out of our wheelhouse!
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its me its me 19.01.2019
this is no for Luxury bicyciles.<br />although the Bike Lock seems easy to be picked as you can see in the video, this can enough make bike thief not to take away in Japan.
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MIxa RTFM MIxa RTFM 15.01.2019
I regularly see bikes here in Japan being left in parking lots with keys left in their locks, unlocked. Lock comes as a standard equipment of (pretty much) any bike, but people don&#39;t even bother.
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Felenov-official Felenov-official 14.01.2019
Panasonic makes locks. That is a collectable
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Jero Jero 13.01.2019
Why do I get a notification of this now
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dragade101 dragade101 11.01.2019
Rather, maybe be amazed at the plastic (or metal) linked chain (often yellow or gold colour) that helps define a visual security perimeter for businesses when they are closed. Such as a dealership that otherwise would require a steel fence or other hard barrier to prevent someone hooking up their truck to whatever car they fancied on the lot for a very low low price point.<br /><br />Japan just doesnt have to deal with that kind of shit. Which I really do envy them. Instead I&#39;m having to look at securing my racing bike in my already locked apartment to protect it from more advanced attacks that are bound to crop up.
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GeneralPotatoSalad GeneralPotatoSalad 11.01.2019
If you think a consumer electronics company&#39;s bike lock is weird, wait until you&#39;re in a hospital and see a toy company&#39;s sharp container. (Tyco, in case you were wondering.)
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SellerThink SellerThink 10.01.2019
I&#39;m replacing my Kryptonite New York Fergetabotit, with that Panasonic one! Has to weigh less. =D
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ADSRM ADSRM 10.01.2019
Some pretty... wild comments going on down here, so let me clear up some misconceptions. I&#39;ve lived in Japan for 12 years, mostly in the Tokyo metro area. I&#39;ve had two bikes stolen in that time, both because they were not secured appropriately for their value. So that was stupid of me. I now keep any valuable bikes safely inside the locked doors of my house.<br /><br />- Bikes don&#39;t have to be registered, but they usually are when they are sold. You can opt out and save yourself the registration fee, but it&#39;s only about $5. I&#39;ve never heard of anyone successfully getting a stolen bike recovered because it was registered, but who knows?<br />- Nearly all bikes are locked to some degree, but usually with a simple cylinder or combination lock mounted to the frame with a shackle that goes through the back wheel. They are not physically secured to anything so you could carry one off and throw it in the back of a truck.<br />- Bikes are generally cheap and utilitarian, which goes some way to explaining why proportionally less effort is expended securing them. When you can buy a shopping bike for $50, you&#39;re never going to make a living selling stolen ones unless you shift industrial quantities. Better to target the few high-value ones.<br />- And a big reason that crime is low in Japan is because there is greater equality of wealth and opportunity. Very few people have to steal bikes or burgle houses to put food on the table. This is because relatively high taxes pay for well-distributed public services that guarantee basic rights like education, healthcare and culture to everybody.
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Niko Bellic Niko Bellic 10.01.2019
if i want to steal bikes i will go to japan
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fartuar fartuar 10.01.2019
In rural areas of Japan, people don&#39;t even lock their doors ? I mean, who cares about bike lock when there was no theft for 30years in the area
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stereomike111 stereomike111 10.01.2019
How much does it weigh?
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Addicted2baseball rgd Addicted2baseball rgd 10.01.2019
Master Lock is more secured.

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