New Lishi GEN3 vag group 2in lock pick and decoder, the below tool will pick open and give a lock code for all seat , VW , Skoda , Audi , Porsche vehicles from 2000ish to 2013, the tool is extremly user freindly in the opening of the locks, however distinguishing between number 2 & number 3 wafers is a bit hit and miss, which is why we use the slave and master keys as shown in this video to determin the correct code prior to laser cutting a replacement key for the customer
Been thinking about adding a QR code to your business cards,
We have recently added these to our promotion flyers, and advertisments and our customers were using them, simply to have a play or test out their phones scanners ect, as a result our full contact details were then added to their contact books, QR CODES WORK!!, we have now added these onto all our marketing material including our new business cards, we opted for a Vcard format, so we can add company name, website, contact numbers and email address, the codes scan extremly well on a 90x90 size as long as you have good lighting, no chance of scanning in the dark but in a normally lit room or office then they scan in 1-2seconds and give the option of adding all the details to their contacts lists, QR codes can be made for free online in a matter of seconds, and this code can then be added to your business card template as you would a picture or logo, nice and easy to do and an added way of getting your details into peoples contact lists.
A short video showing a lexus 1s200 door lock being picked open using the lishi toy48 lock pick, we have shown this lock as the lexus lock is an extremly secure and hard to open 4 track lock, and once picked open the lock requires picking again to return the lock to its original position, addtionally if we need to decode this lock to obtain the keycode, the lock needs to be picked 4 times to obtain the lock code, no easy feat and we only seem to get called out to these when its dark and obviously raining..
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Auto locksmiths have a massive range of tools of which to choose from nowadays, in the earley days we had very basic tooling, air bags, slim jims, basic lockpicking tools, and inner grove picks, whilst the above tools were effective in gaining entry they are quite a harsh method and could have the potential to jam in the lock, damage wafers bend door frames and scratch paint work, then around 2006 we have had a massive jump in the quality and range of tooling avalible, with the most popular being the LISHI branded tools, I have to say i'm a massive fan of these picks as each pick is made to suit each individual lock, i have over 45 of these tools, ranging from the earley basic blind touch picks which at the time (and still are) fantastic tools in allowing a locksmith to gain quick access with zero damage or drama, in the past few years though LISHI have introduced a new breed of lockpicks in the form of 2in1 auto lock decoders, and these are quite simply AMAZING!!, the feedback you get from the tool whilst picking lets you know exactly what state the lock is in, and most car locks can be defeated in a matter of minutes even when dedalocked, an added bonus to the LISHI 2in1 tools is that its possible to get the key code directly from the lock once picked, myself i have found this to be a bit hit and miss regarding the accuracy of the code but using master and slave keys i can cut a tryout key prior to producing a full copy key for the customers. all in all, basic lock picks and rakes are good for vehicles prior to going to laser track keys, after this you need a good quality laser pick, and i would 100% recomend the LISHI 2in1 auto lock decoders and basic LISHI blind touch picking tools.