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C2010 Twenty-Two Piece Slim Line Lock Pick Set
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- The best selling Southord lock pick set available
- Great selection of picks and tension tools
- Superb Southord build quality
- 15 picks
- 7 tension tools
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Made for European and Japanese locks, and U.S. locks with small or narrow keyways, this SouthOrd Slim Line twenty-two piece set includes fifteen picks with metal handles and seven different tension tools. The luggage quality zippered case is the perfect companion to house our high quality stainless steel tools.
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Top Customer Reviews
The bigger Slimline sets by southord (75pc + 37pc) contain no extra picks, only duplicate picks without metal handles which are weak and uncomfortable to use.
On the other side, the smaller Slimline sets by Southord (5pc - 15PC) don't contain enough variety of picks or tension tools required for the serious lockpicker or trading locksmith.
In comparison with the other pick sets i own including HPC, GOSO and KLOM, THESE ARE BY FAR THE BEST. The grade of the steel, the overall build quality and their operational effectiveness on european locks surpass all other manufacturers avaliable.
An invaluable piece of any locksmiths toolkit!
These are a great set to use for the enthusiast picker - good range of tips, solid but light handles (the cheaper sets are just stamped out of a thin piece of steel - these have a steel handle which consists of two pieces of steel spot-welded either side of the blade) and a nice-smelling leather case.
Disclaimer: I use these tools for my interest in how things work - they are not used for anything illegal!
Apart from that though, ive successfully picked every lock I could get my hands on and even a six security pin practice lock I invested in online, so the set proves itself worthy in my books! Hope this review helps some people...
Overall a decent set of picks not quite as strong as the HPC picks
But definitely better for restricted key ways plus a good collection off hook picks
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Spot on, first set I've bought, managed to pick my back door with 30 minutesPublished 3 months ago by Army-PTI
Excellent set works well and the case is surprisingly compact my only complaint would be the ball and double ball picks they seem to be to large to fit into almost any keyway, I... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I purchased this as I wanted a zip up leather case and buying one on its own was nearly the price of this kit after import duty etc. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Edward F
An excellent slimline set of lockpicks that are ideally suited to the tighter tolerances of European locks. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michael Kaliski
Pretty good picks but they are a bit thin and bend easily.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very pleased with this product . Well made and complete . The only thing is that it took nearly a month to arrive .Published 4 months ago by Carl Hawker.
This is a comfortable set with great feedback. When I go through locks i can feel the springs move, and the ticks of the pins too. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Victor