Grim Key Card Lock Picking and Escape Multi-Tool Tool Specs:
Credit Card Size – This credit card lock pick multi-tool is the same size, and thickness as a standard credit card means this credit card pick set fits in a standard wallet slot credit card holder, small mint tin, or a small EDC pouch.
Durable Construction – 1mm thin steel, tough and durable, this wallet lock pick set is ready for a lifetime of use!
Credit Card Lock Pick Multi Tool - Weighing in at less than an ounce, this credit card lock pick multi-tool can remove pounds from a backpack at the cost of just a credit card's worth of space handy for everyday use, for bug-out bags, or urban survival, and includes a plethora of emergency escape gear in this EDC lock pick set
Reusable Design – Grim’s Tool Retention System was specially designed to allow our credit card lock pick multi-tool to be capable of repeated use. Just remove your item, use it, and place it back into the card to use again another day, non-magnetic (no de-magnetized credit cards) and non-sticky (No gunk build up). The back side (white) has a permanent adhesive allowing you to stick your toolkits to other objects for unparalleled accessibility.
Proudly Made in the USA - Grim supports American manufacturing, the credit card lock pick multi-tool was designed, manufactured, and had its materials sourced here in the U.S.A.
Credit Card Lock Pick Dimensions - 3 3⁄8 × 2 1⁄8 " Grim's Credit Card Lock Pick Multi Tool Includes :
Lock Picking Kit – Small stainless steel lock picks are used for gaining entry to most types of locks including cabinets, doors, lock boxes, and more.
Lock Pick Tension Wrench x2 – The Grim Key Card includes two lock pick tension wrenches in two sizes.
Hidden Handcuff key – The small easily hidden handcuff key on the end of the emergency escape multi-tool is exactly what you need for picking handcuffs.
Handcuff Shim Tool – How to shim handcuffs works by sliding the handcuff shim pick between the ratchet and teeth of a handcuff to quickly release the locking mechanism. Works ONLY when handcuffs are single-locked. Works on Smith & Wesson, Chicago, Peerless, Safariland, and countless other handcuffs
File – File tool for shaving harder materials.
Saw – Small pocket saw is for cutting soft materials like rope, but it’s perfect if you ever wondered how to escape zip ties.
Grim Workshop’s credit card lock pick multi-tool are cut from 1mm thin stainless steel, and generally weigh less than an ounce, so they can remove pounds of weight from your kit pretty quickly! Since they are credit card size, you can easily fit multiple Grim Survival Cards into a traditional wallet without problem, adding dozens of essential items to your wallet, and since it only occupies the space of one slot in your wallet you can always have it with you without compromises. So, you never have to worry about how to make a lock pick, because it’s already there. How to Pick a Lock Basics, and Lock Picking Tips
Using Your Lock Pick Tension Wrench
Place your tension wrench into the bottom of the keyway and apply a very light degree of force in the direction that the key would turn to disengage lock-typically clockwise. Press with very light force (similar to the force used to press a keyboard key). if you're having no luck opening a lock, try pressing a little harder, or lighter on your tension wrench. The tension you use on a lock is extremely important, so practice makes perfect. Using Your Lock Pick Rake
With your tension wrench in position, insert your rake into the keyway and push all the way back to the back of the lock gently lifting upward, raising some pins. Now with a decent amount of speed begin to scrub the pins like you're brushing your teeth, change the angle, height, and speed as you rake back and forth. If after 10-25 seconds it doesn't open, release the tension wrench and start over. It's not uncommon to need to restart multiple times with this method. Continue scrubbing back and forth until the lock finally opens. You can also experiment with more or less tension on your tension wrench if you're not having any luck.