Two ways to grab the Lock-Proof Pen! Just use the drop-down menu above.
- Grab the pen by itself in all of its glass-breaking lock-picking glory or
- Get the Lock-Proof Pen + Exposed Padlock Trainer
You gotta understand what a big deal this is. Here, let's set the wayback machine to the early days of ScamStuff.com:
Jon and I are sporting sweet mustaches as we hunt for the coolest products to bring our fellow modern rogues. We're searching smoky dive bars, illegal gambling halls, the prize section of Chuck-E-Cheeses... You know, super shady spots.
Anyway, we'd just left the Bootleg Medical Devices district and were about to hit up Little Uzbekistan, when we stop cold: We were suddenly faced with the most amazing pen we've ever seen.
The moment I touched it, I grew two inches taller. Just by looking at it, Jon suddenly knew how to change a carburetor.
There was only one problem: It was discontinued world-wide. There was no possible way for us to get more for Scam Stuff.
Check it out on this week's Behind the Scam:
As if carrying around a secret stash of lock picks wasn't enough, the Lock-Proof Pen also sports a built-in self-defense crown and a built-in emergency glass breaker that is unbelievably effective. Trapped in a car that's sinking to the bottom of the ocean? BOOM! The Lock-Proof Pen will save your ass. Check it out!
Yeah, let's see your previous-favorite, fancy-ass fountain pen do that.
Now we don't expect you to be able to pick a lock first try... so rather than start learning to pick locks the moment you're behind bars, we're offering two bundles to get you started.
First up, for $54.99, you can get the pen PLUS our exposed padlock trainer. This cutaway padlock allows you to peer into the lock to see how the basic mechanisms work, helping you get a better idea for what picking techniques are most effective.
This thing is the best way to start learning how to pick locks. This training course starts with an easy 1-pin lock, all the way up to a 5-pin lock.
This way, you'll be able to get plenty of practice in prior to any unexpected entanglements.
**Please note, an "official" tension wrench does not fit within the design of the Lock-Proof pen, but you can still pick locks by MacGyvering a tension wrench with a paper clip or bending one of the picks in the pen to use it as a tension wrench.