Designed and produced by The Open Organisation Of Lockpickers, this ISO-compliant wallet-sized card can be kept easily on your person without hassle or fuss, but should the need arise for picks in a pinch, simply snap the card apart and you have a nine-piece toolkit at your disposal!
Comes with: two feeler hooks, a half-diamond, a wavy rake, a sawtooth rake, and a double-bump rake. The ‘frame’ of the card snaps apart into three tensioners.
Unlike other “credit card” pick sets pop up from time to time (that tend to either be interesting novelty items or overpriced and under-equipped), this TOOOL card is a genuine and fully functional lockpick set made of commercial-grade steel, not stamped aluminum or plastic.
This emergency pick card is made completely in the United States.
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That’s a great looking set, and I’d love to keep one in a pocket of my already overfull cargo pants. Sadly, Wikipedia tells me
“In Australia possession of lock picking equipment is illegal in New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia without a valid Locksmith License.”
Then again, the presence of a knife blade on my Leatherman multitool puts me at risk from over-zealous police officers anyway. But that is a ‘legal excuse’ issue, so there is discretion available to the officer.
Um… yeah… the thing is, if you open a door with your education, and somebody sees you, you’re not likely to go to jail…