Milwaukee PACKOUT 3 Drawer Toolbox | Mr. Locksmith Vancouver West

Milwaukee PACKOUT 3 Drawer Toolbox | Mr. Locksmith™ Vancouver West: The Milwaukee Modular Storage System is a durable storage system. The PACKOUT 3-Drawer Tool Box has a 50lbs weight capacity and a locking security bar allows you to padlock the drawers closed keeping them securely shut during transport.

Milwaukee Drawer Toolbox

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The tool box is constructed with impact resistant polymers, all-metal ball bearing slides, and metal reinforced corners for ultimate jobsite durability. The 3-Drawer Tool Box also allows you to customize their drawer layout with Quick-Adjust Dividers.

The PACKOUT™ Modular Storage System allows you to customize your storage system for easy transportation and organization of tools and accessories.

Milwaukee PACKOUT 3 Drawer Toolbox For Locksmiths | Mr. Locksmith Vancouver West

Milwaukee PACKOUT 3 Drawer Toolbox For Locksmiths | Mr. Locksmith Vancouver West

I love my Milwaukee PACKOUT kit, kits and all my bits and pieces. I am super happy now. Had the two drawer the other day. Just got my three drawer in. Absolutely in love. I’m revamping how I do everything. This goes into the truck, the service truck nicely, goes into the shop nicely. I’m looking at a racking system. I’m happy with my wheeled cart. Getting older. We have a lot of apartment buildings.

I have my PACKOUTS for my mailbox kit, my deadbolts, and I just modular how I do things, or just grab it out of the truck or out of the shop. I don’t keep a lot of my safe opening gear in the service truck. I keep it in the shop. When I need it, I take out what I need and go to the job site. So this is gonna be great for locksmiths. I can lock it on the job tighter in the truck. Just added security. I have the smaller drawers, which is good for my pin kits. I don’t need the big drawers. This is gonna be full of deadbolts, Adams rite, the larger locks. This’ll be the, more the specialty lockout tools, maybe more the cylinders.

Milwaukee PACKOUT 3 Drawer Toolbox For Locksmiths | Mr. Locksmith Vancouver West

Milwaukee PACKOUT 3 Drawer Toolbox For Locksmiths | Mr. Locksmith Vancouver West

My mailboxes are in a special PACKOUT already. So this will be like the different pin kits, my medical pin kit, my multi lock pin kit. So this will hold my more specialty tools, my pin kits, my medical pin kit, my lab pin kit. This is gonna be interesting. So I’ll start working on getting it all together. This is going to be great. I will have more videos coming on how I am setting up all my locksmith tools and gear and the stock into the kits.

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Terry Whin-Yates is a 3rd Generation Locksmith with a BA (Hons) Criminology. He has 35 years of experience in the locksmith and security industry and is a locksmith trainer providing On-LIne and Hands-On locksmith training to people, businesses and Law Enforcement all across North America and Asia.

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Milwaukee PACKOUT 3 Drawer Toolbox

Milwaukee PACKOUT 3 Drawer Toolbox For Locksmiths

Milwaukee PACKOUT 3 Drawer Toolbox For Locksmiths

Knipex Bolt Cutter For Locksmiths | Mr. Locksmith Vancouver West

Knipex Bolt Cutter: This mini bolt cutter can cut through more than you ever thought possible. It’s ideal for Mr. Locksmith™ Vancouver West or anyone who appreciates quality tools.

 

Knipex Bolt Cutter

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Knipex Cobolt Compact Bolt Cutter

An all-around tool for the toughest demands, this Knipex high-leverage CoBolt cutter features a lever action design that applies 20 times more hand force for superior cutting power with less effort when compared to older models. This mini bolt cutter can cut through more than you ever thought possible. It’s ideal for Locksmiths, automotive or construction applications, cutting cotter pins and nails, repeated use in factory assembly lines, cutting wire fencing in agricultural settings, or even everyday tasks such as cutting floral wire or fish hooks.

Forged from chrome vanadium electric steel, these cutters are built to last. This lightweight cutter features precision-matched cutting edges for cutting soft or hard steel.It also features gripping jaws below the joint for gripping and pulling nails and wires.

  • Plastic Coated Handles
  • Cuts Material like Bolts, Nails, Rivets up to 5.2mm
  • Exceptional Cutting Performance with Minimum Effort Due to Lever Action Design
  • Cutting Edges Induction Hardened, Cutting Edge Hardness Approximately 64 HRC
  • Chrome Vanadium Electric Steel, Oil-Hardened and Tempered

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Knipex Bolt Cutter Review

I have had this Knipex Bolt Cutter Tool for the last couple years. It is expensive. I have had this for about two years now. It is a Knipex. It’s a German made. It is a fantastic tool. I have this in my tool case and I use it everyday. Because of the way this Bolt Cutter has performed as a superb tool, I purchase more Knipex products now and I am extremely happy with them. Cry once or cry twice. Cry once buying it. It lasts forever. What I mostly use my Knipex for, what I use mine for is basically when I get a screw too long, I will just cut it down to size, it’s just one-handed. It’s easy. I went slow on this because, so it’s one-handed. It’s easy to chop your screw down. I can take it right down to the thread. You just have to be careful of when it shoots through. If you get a deadbolt or a deadbolt with the lazy cam and I got a skinnier door and I gotta chop this back a little bit and it’s one that doesn’t have the lines on it already. The Knipex, now you just gotta be careful when you shoot it out. No problem at all. Even the hardened steel tail pieces of the hardened ones, it just slices these right through. The other ones don’t do it. For a small package, the Knipex is a fantastic little bolt cutter. It’s extremely handy for me, especially when I’m doing installations. I use it to cut screws and tail pieces every day now. So, love it. It’s been in my case, look at it. It looks brand new. It’s been in my case for about two years and the jaws are still perfect and I’ve probably cut a few things that were too big for this and the jaws are absolutely perfect. Please subscribe to my video. Please like it. Hope you enjoyed it. I have more videos coming on more locksmith tools that I use every day. I hope you enjoyed watching this video. Subscribe to my channel. Also visit my website and you can see what online locksmith training I have for beginners, intermediate and advanced as well as my covert methods of entry and my non-destructive methods of entry.

Knipex Bolt Cutters For Locksmith | Mr. Locksmith Vancouver West

Knipex Bolt Cutters For Locksmith | Mr. Locksmith Vancouver West

This is the second most little tool I’ve ever bought. It’s a Knipex pliers, it was under $50. Look at the size of this, it’s tiny. It’s extremely strong from what I’ve seen. I bought these for my pick case. I’ll have some stuff showing my little tools that I use for broken keys and whatnot. This is just gonna come in handy for grabbing little bits and pieces. It’s overpriced, yeah, I wanted one and I’ll show you how I put it in my, in my pick case.

Knipex Pliers

Here is a comparison, these are new in my kit now in my everyday carry locksmith tools, and here’s the new tool. Apparently there’s one, that’s a five inch one. I don’t have that one yet. So I’m going to probably add that to my collection. This is my Knipex pliers that I have so far, and they’ve been updating my locksmith tools for these, and I’ll show you how this goes in my little pick case. First thing I grab when I go to do a lockout, most times.

The little pair of Knipex pliers are right in my case for every day, every single locksmith job, this is in my kit and that’s my little case for it. So I have a bigger pick case, but this is just first thing I grab, I got a lockout, go to the door. This is my first kit I grab. Hope you enjoyed the video, please subscribe, please hit the like button, and I hope you look forward to, I have some more interesting videos on locksmith tools coming up.

Knipex Cobra XS 4 inch Piler

Knipex Cobra XS 4 inch Piler

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Knipex Bolt Cutters For Locksmith | Mr. Locksmith Vancouver West

Knipex Bolt Cutters For Locksmith | Mr. Locksmith Vancouver West

 

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Knipex Pliers Replace Adjustable Wrench | Mr. Locksmith™ Vancouver West

Knipex Pliers Replace Adjustable Wrench: KNIPEX pliers stand for quality made in Germany. Worldwide leading pliers manufacturer for professional users in trade and industry.

Knipex Pliers Replace Adjustable Wrench

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I am now replacing my crescent wrenches and other pliers with the Knipex pliers. Now, I do not use this. I saw it for sale and it wasn’t expensive and I bought it and I just hang it on the shop wall, so I just thought I would show you. So this is what I use. I’ve been using this forever and in my installation kit, in my everyday carry. I saw this. I am very, very happy with my Knipex tools, so I thought I’d replace this crescent wrench in my everyday carry and it’s getting heavy, but I’m trying to make it lighter. So I replaced it with this.

So let’s just take a peek at what we got here. So what bugs the heck out of me on my crescent wrench, it doesn’t matter what you’re doing. It always comes loose. So you’re trying to use it, I put up with this my whole life. Unless you got the exact tool you’re needing, but in your locksmith case, this is what I use and I really just need, I use it mostly for mailbox locks. So I’m happy with my other tools. So this is the Knipex pliers and it’s got the little button here. look at wide that goes. So this crescent wrench is going in the spare kit. This is going in my everyday carry, in my tool case. So that’s the Knipex. Look at that. No matter what angle it does, it’s locked in. It’s not gonna move on me ’til I push the button and move it where I wanna go. So this is gonna be really handy and

Knipex Pliers

Ia going to show you how I use it on a mailbox lock. So this is my mailbox lock. The Mailbox lock kit has all the different tail pieces for it. So let’s just put this tail piece on there for now. Just for the demonstrations. Normally, I usually install it first and then I put this on last. I’m trying to make this good for the camera to see. Go finger tight. Now what I can do hold my lock. Take the key out, really, put that on there. They are down there just snug. You can really over-tighten these, so be careful. Give a little test. Lube that up. So, perfect. So this tool has replaced my crescent wrench. So this Knipex pliers has now replaced my crescent wrench, which for years has driven me nuts, but I didn’t really have anything better. This is way better. I willl be using this every day now and soon I will have some more videos with this in action on job sites.

Hope you enjoyed the video. Please like and please subscribe. I hope you enjoyed watching this video. Subscribe to my channel. Also, visit my website and you can see what online locksmith training I have for beginners, intermediate and advanced as well as my covert methods of entry and my non-destructive methods of entry.

Knipex Piler Review:

 

Knipex Cobra XS 4 inch Piler

Knipex Cobra XS 4 inch Piler

 

 

Here is a comparison, these are new in my kit now in my everyday carry locksmith tools, and here’s the new tool. Apparently there’s one, that’s a five inch one. I don’t have that one yet. So I’m going to probably add that to my collection. This is my Knipex pliers that I have so far, and they’ve been updating my locksmith tools for these, and I’ll show you how this goes in my little pick case. First thing I grab when I go to do a lockout, most times.

The little pair of Knipex pliers are right in my case for every day, every single locksmith job, this is in my kit and that’s my little case for it. So I have a bigger pick case, but this is just first thing I grab, I got a lockout, go to the door. This is my first kit I grab. Hope you enjoyed the video, please subscribe, please hit the like button, and I hope you look forward to, I have some more interesting videos on locksmith tools coming up.

My Lock Picks Mr Locksmith Vancouver West

My Lock Picks Mr Locksmith Vancouver West

 

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Knipex Pliers Replace Adjustable Wrenches Mr. Locksmith Vancouver West

Knipex Pliers Replace Adjustable Wrenches Mr. Locksmith Vancouver West

My Lock Picks | Mr. Locksmith™ Vancouver West

My Lock Picks: Hi, I’m Terry, and I get asked many times, what do I use for picks.

My Lock Picks

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Lock Pick Case

When I show up at a job site, I pull this out of my locksmith tools and it’s just a little map expedition case, this is a EDC case. And in it, and this is what I do probably 95% of my picking lockouts, is just, I grab this kit, it’s quick and easy.

Knipex Cobra XS 4″ Plier

And just inside is, I’ll show you what I got here. I have my latest little toy. I have my KNIPEX pliers, and these are handy and they’re narrow enough, sometimes I can get a broken key out of there, but this is for picking. I just grab this. I can have this, if I have to turn it.

Knipex Cobra XS 4 inch Piler

Knipex Cobra XS 4 inch Piler

Lock Picks

The main tools I use, every single time. So my favorite pick is a hook pick with a diamond. And some of these are Peterson’s, Rytans, whatever. That’s my favorite pick. This one’s a little bit thicker. This one’s a little bit thinner. And I always grab, I prefer a rigid tension wrench, and I also have a flexible one. You see, I bent it. I bend this whichever way I’m going. So these three things right here I’d say open up 90, 95% of the lockouts I have if I have to pick the lock.

Plug Spinner

This is it, very simple. I either use a rigid, a flexible, and a lot of times the locks will pick the wrong way. Well, I’m not gonna re-pick it. I’m gonna use my plug spinner. I call it a flipper, a plug spinner. I have a whole different types of spinners, but this is the one in my case. I have a bigger pick set that I use if I just not picking it.

WD40

And of course I always have a little can of WD-40 I use for picking locks, not for lubricating locks, for helping me to pick it. My friends all use TriFlow and I like using WD-40. I had a lock the other day, it was funny. It was a lockout and it was a Schlage deadbolt, and they can be difficult to pick. And I was having no luck picking it at all. And then I just gave it a little spray of WD-40 and it picked like in 10 seconds. Lubricant is extremely important for picking locks. I always try to pick a lock without using lubricant, and then if I can’t pick it, then I’ll spray it. Some guys will spray it with the lubricant right off the bat, some locksmiths will just spray it right off the bat. I’ve had extreme luck. Sometimes you go there, the lock is just ready to pick, so by the time I apply tension, put the pick in, and it opens. People ask about the technique.

Sticky Lock Vancouver West

Sticky Lock Vancouver West

Single Pin Picking

I’ll show you in a couple of videos coming up, but there’s two techniques. There’s the single-pick method, which is the best method, and then there’s raking, which works well. What I do is, I rake the lock, apply tension, I rake the lock a few times and then I’ll single-pin pick it. That seems to work really good for me. Also, don’t be afraid to release tension. I’ll rake it, single-pin pick it, and then I’ll let go. And if I don’t hear click, click, click, it means I haven’t applied proper tension. So one way, instead of just picking away, some people are afraid to release tension, release the tension, then you can see, “Oh, I picked a bunch.” Or if you hear nothing, you don’t hear the pins falling back in, then you know you got bad tension. But back to the point, this is my everyday carry. If I show up a lockout, this is what I have in my kit. Hope you enjoyed the video. Please like and subscribe and stay tuned for more videos coming up. I hope you enjoyed watching this video. Subscribe to my channel. Also, visit my website and you can see what online locksmith training I have for beginners, intermediate and advanced, as well as my covert methods of entry and my non-destructive methods of entry.

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My Lock Picks Mr Locksmith Vancouver West

My Lock Picks Mr Locksmith Vancouver West

Knipex Pliers for the Locksmith | Mr. Locksmith™ Vancouver West

Knipex Pliers for the LocksmithKNIPEX pliers stand for quality made in Germany. Worldwide leading pliers manufacturer for professional users in trade and industry.

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Knipex Cobra XS 4 inch Piler

You hear the expression, especially when it comes to tools, “Cry once when you buy it or cry twice when you have to replace it.” You buy quality tools, you really save yourself a lot of time and money over the long haul. Same thing with key machines. I’ve got key machines that are 35 years old. They work absolutely perfect. They work some better than some of the new ones. That’s another story. But a couple of years ago, I bought the Knipex bolt cutters for cutting screws and tail pieces on locks. And because of that, I’ve now purchased, I’ve gone into the little tiny, probably the most expensive pliers I ever bought, the Knipex a pliers.

Knipex Pliers

This is in my pick kit, my EDC. I’ve replaced my crescent wrench with this little Knipex. With pliers, it’s basically replaced my crescent wrench. I’ll never go back to a crescent wrench. I’m actually now looking at the larger one, I still use a large crescent wrench for when I install with my pit ball, which is another video, when I’m installing latches on steel doors. So I’m gonna get the bigger set and that’ll be the next thing to add And these two tools, I call them channel locks, but they’re actually called water pump locks.

If I got to grab something, these are unbelievable. So this is in my tool case for every day. This is in my backup kit for when I have to do something a little bit more heavy duty. The power of these and the gripping power is unbelievable. I was in the rain the other day and some of my other tools that were getting rusty, my fault, I should have oiled them down. These things still look brand new. I’ve had excellent luck with these.

Knipex Cobra XS 4 inch Piler

Knipex Cobra XS 4 inch Piler

Knipex Cobra XS 4 inch Piler

So I’m extremely happy with my Knipex pliers. Very, very happy. I’m gonna add a few more and you’ll be seeing them in future videos as I’m doing jobs. So these are the very best pliers you can buy. If you look at the Mack Trucks, I think even Snap-On, they’re carrying the nitpicks line in there. I don’t know if they’ve rebranded them, but you can buy these at your, they’re a little bit harder to find at your big box hardware stores ’cause they’re trying to flog their in-house brands. The advantage of buying off of a, I call it the big box trucks, is if something breaks, it’s very easy to do a replacement.

I haven’t had to replace the thing yet, but it’s extremely easy with other Snap-On tools I have, especially my circuit pliers. I tend to break them every couple of years. They just give me a new one. I have some screwdrivers and some Snap-On ratchets and whatnot. If I crack them, they replace them instantly. So I love my Snap-On truck guy and I love the Mack tools guy. That’s the two I like. The tools are good and a lot of them are selling these lines. So it’s just to go in and get a replacement.

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This is the second most little tool I’ve ever bought. It’s a Knipex pliers, it was under $50. Look at the size of this, it’s tiny. It’s extremely strong from what I’ve seen. I bought these for my pick case. I’ll have some stuff showing my little tools that I use for broken keys and whatnot. This is just gonna come in handy for grabbing little bits and pieces. It’s overpriced, yeah, I wanted one and I’ll show you how I put it in my, in my pick case.

 

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Knipex Pliers for the Locksmith

Knipex Pliers for the Locksmith

Open Puzzle Padlock – Mr. Locksmith Vancouver West

Open Puzzle Padlock: Terry Whin-Yates, president and CEO of Mr. Locksmith shows us how to open a puzzle padlock. He gives a little bit of a background while giving a demonstration on how to lock and unlock a certain puzzle padlock . While this particular padlock is a cost-effective one, unlocking it still looks like fun!

@mr.locksmithOpen Puzzle Padlock 001. #mrlocksmith ##locksmith ##locksmiths ##locksmithservice ##locksmithtraining ##locksmithguy ##p#uzzlelock♬ original sound – Mr. Locksmith

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Puzzle Padlock – How to Open

Puzzle Padlock – How to Open

Puzzle Padlock – How to Open

Puzzle Padlock – How to Open

How to Replace Mazda Battery Remote Head Key Vancouver West

How to Replace Mazda Battery Remote Head Key: This is a remote head key for a Mazda 3, fits the Mazda 6, Miata and the Mx5.

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How to Replace Mazda Battery Remote Head Key

This is an interesting Mazda Key. It’s a flip key, so you hide it away. Now to get the battery is a little bit confusing. Make sure the key is flipped out.

Now you can just barely see it, there’s kind of like two little notches, would you look way down there. Now actually, my flathead is too big to get in there. Nothing else I has to do the trick. My leatherman let me down, this is the first time in a long time. This it the new toy. Basically, you can see it in there, you just sort of depress and it just pulls apart. So it’s the one closest to the ring, just a press. Again, the key has to be out, go from the end to the end, a little spot there, just give it a little depress. I bet you a paperclip would do the trick too. It doesn’t take much pressure, just little tiny bit of pressure, and it comes apart. Still more to do. Now, we have not the two outside parts, but the bottom part there is actually a little tiny arrow there, now you can take your regular flathead, and give it a little twist. And it comes apart really nice. And then there’s your battery, its’ there. Put in your flathead again. A little bit of overkill, a little bit of a twist. This is one is a, again popular.

How to Replace Mazda Battery Remote Head Key Vancouver West

How to Replace Mazda Battery Remote Head Key Vancouver West

Mazda Key Battery Replacement

The CR1620, again it’s got a little positive. Positive goes down, positive down, if you get confused there is the context. Just give it a little, just line it up, it’ll clip together. Again, I’d like to put in a good quality battery. I like the energizers or the Duracells. Those are my favorite. I don’t like the dollar store ones. I’m just gonna through this again, because again this one gets a little confusing. It’s a remote head key. Flip the key out first, if you look down the sides, as closest to there. And you need .. A paperclip would do the trick. I’m gonna use my, just depress it gently, you don’t have to go overkill here. What we’re pushing on is right there.

CR1620 Battery

CR1620 Battery

That’s all we’re really pushing on. Just to hold it in. So a paperclip would do the trick. And then the middle slot, just take your screwdriver, flathead, give it a little twist. It doesn’t take much pressure. And it just comes apart. There’s our battery CR1620. There’s a whole set up. Clip it in. Just line up our pieces. Yeah, you don’t have to force anything. Everything will just clip together nicely. If you have to force it, you’re doing something wrong. Goes together, close the other nicely. Again, here we have, is a four button Mazda remote header key. I hope this video has been a help to you.

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How to Replace Nissan Key Battery

How to Replace Dodge Remote Battery

How to Replace Dodge Remote Battery

How to Replace Mazda Battery Remote Head Key

 

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Best Residential Door Lock Vancouver West

Best Residential Door Lock Vancouver West is the Schlage B60N Deadbolt. Mr. Locksmith Vancouver West. Schlage has slightly redesigned the exterior of the B60N. It keeps its ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 security rating and adds a new BHMA Residential AAA rating.

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Best Residential Door Lock

The Schlage B60N is essentially a residential version of a high-security deadbolt lock. It’s rated Grade 1 by ANSI/BHMA, meaning it has passed the same hammering, prying, sawing, picking, and kicking tests as the toughest high-security locks that Schlage produces. Experts told us it’s extremely difficult to lockpick the B60N—which, honestly, is not much of a concern anyway, because a Grade 1 lock like this is secure enough that a determined thief would be more likely to bypass it and find another way into the home.

Features

  • Unique Snap & Stay™ design
  • Easy installation: One-person project; no extra hands needed
  • ANSI Grade 1–professional grade security
  • Biggest adjustable bolt available
  • Pick and bump resistant
  • Best Residential Door Lock
  • Adjusts to fit all standard door preparations
  • Quality finishes for lasting beauty
  • Lifetime finish and mechanical guarantee
  • Various finishes available

Specifications

  • Deadbolt thrown or retracted by key from outside or by inside thumbturn. Bolt automatically deadlocks when fully thrown
  • Door thickness 1-3/8″ – 1-3/4″
  • Backset: 2-3/8″ – 2-3/4″
  • Throw: 9/16″
  • Strike: 1-1/8″ x 2-3/4″, round corner
  • Strike reinforcer with 3″ screws
  • Large thumbturn
  • Keyed Alike
  • Keyway: SC1 / SC4
  • Certifications:  Meets Grade 1 BHMA requirements

Also, The New York Times has rated the  Schlage B60N as the Best Residential Door lock too. Professional locksmiths are offered a choice between this Schlage model and a similarly qualified deadbolt lock from Kwikset, they unanimously vote for Schlage.

Mr. Locksmith Vancouver BC recommends the Schlage B60N is our pick as the best deadbolt for residential customers. This single-cylinder lock is affordable, widely available. Schlage is known to be a top maker of heavy duty deadbolts. It produces different models designed for various purposes. 

Best Residential Deadbolt Lock

What is the best residential deadbolt lock? It’s, this is not my opinion, My favorite Residential and Commerical deadbolt is the Schlage Locks. I really like the commercial grade. So we have a light-duty commercial, a heavy-duty commercial, and they have a residential version. And it has been rated by different magazines and articles as the best residential deadbolt. Nothing really close to this one. It’s called the Schlage B60N.

There are all sorts of different numbers that show the finish etc. So let’s just pull this apart and I’ll put it on the door and I’ll show you why this is probably the best residential lock, dollar for dollar. Now, if you know my videos, you know I love putting on the heavy-duty, the same locks I put on the hospitals and school boards and businesses, this is the heavy-duty. It’s quite solid and it’s made by the same company. So this is the Schlage B660. This is the 560, it’s a little bit lighter-duty version. And you’ve seen my videos on why I love these. These are more expensive, but they’re probably the best commercial locks. And if you look at your schools and your hospitals, this is what they’re using on most cases. Now, for residential, this is a great lock and I am going to show you what we have here. This is the B60N and let’s just see what we got here. Right off the bat, it’s a six-pin keyway. So this is the C-keyway of the SC1. So this is right off the bat, six-pin. Geez, that’s pretty good out of the box.

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Resident, most residential are five-pin. This is a six-pin out of it. Let’s see what we got here. So this will be, now, this has an interesting bolt. Let’s pull the bolt out. The bolt is adjustable. Your most common, from the edge of the door to the center hole is either 2 3/8 or 2 3/4. And one of the biggest calls I have at nighttime or even daytime saying, “I bought a new lock and it’s too short.” Well, just, you know, read the instructions, or this one’s quite simple, just twist it. Now, occasionally we get the five-inch backsets, and that’s a topic for another video, but this is the most common, is 2 3/8 and 2 3/4. Now, what’s really good with this one, it comes with a kit. So I can change the faceplate here to fit whether it’s a drive-in, this is a rounded edge, right at the bat, it’ll do rounded edges. Square and drive-in. So I can just take off the little faceplate here and change it to whatever I have. So the drive-in is just where they just drill a round hole, you know, put it in, beveled edges. We are seeing a lot of doors come like this from the factory and the squared off. Now, this is such a simple install. Don’t throw this away. These are three inch screws go on the frame of the door. And you’re just putting these three inch screws and it really, really makes the door harder to kick in, so the frame harder to kick in. So your door usually gives way first and we have lots of videos on how to secure your doors but out of the box three inch screws, nice plate. If you put this in, it should catch the stud, make it make the frame way, way harder to kick in. So it’s got lots of options on this. So I’m quite impressed. It’s not pickable, but it’s such a good quality lock. It’s extremely, it can be difficult to pick. When we go to, if it’s a Weiser or Kwikset lock we’re laughing, we’re just gonna pick it in less than two minutes, usually, unless there’s other problems. When you come across and you see the Schlage sign on the on the lock, you’re going, ah, okay I’m gonna have to hustle.

Now the commercial grade stuff have, this uses what they call the classic key ways. So this is a C key way or an SC1. And that’s the residential versions. The commercial versions come with probably over a hundred different types of cylinders ranging from the Classic up to what they call the Everest and up to the Primus. The Primus is their high security locks that are rated, real, real ratings as pick resistance. And even the plane key that comes with it, they call the Everest, which is the C123 or the C129. Boy, those are hard to really pick. So I know we’re talking about the best residential lock. So this is the B60N and out of the box it comes with a six-pin. Now I’ve seen five-pin on these. So this is a unusual, so it’s a six-pin Schlage key way C or SC1 or Classic. Pretty simple and it’s got a spacer as well.

 

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Measure from the edge of the door. You can see this, is that too short? Now we say, now I think this says on it, it says top. So we now have top. Sometimes you see Mickey Mouse ears. See the, there’s the Mickey Mouse ears, but it says top. So we know this is top, but let’s take a look at, see when this is too short, it’s not gonna go in. And this is such a common, people call us with this problem, it’s too short. So this is adjustable. Nice, quick, easy. Even says top. There’s the 2 3/4. And stay tuned to the end, I’ll show you a little bonus thing that they have. Now the other problem people have when they install these they go too crazy. They just crank these down and just, it just puts a bad twist on everything. Now, the other thing to make sure when you install your deadbolt that it always goes together perfect. This works for the good quality locks. The off shore stuff is another dog’s breakfast. When you put it on, have the bolt with the door open, of course. Have the bolt out. Then key out, don’t put the key in. The other problem people do is they put the key in. So bolt out, key out and then this goes together absolutely perfect every time. So you just put the tailpiece. Now, this is what we call it a lazy, a lazy tailpiece. See, it just turns a little bit. Don’t play with anything on here. Some of the big problems we have is people start pulling these apart. Watch other videos of how to re-key these. So the tailpiece just goes in perfect. Lock up, remember key out. The thumb turn. Now this is a single cylinder deadbolt, thumb turn will go on. And usually when this is aimed this way it’s locked. You can look at it from a distance that way it’s unlocked. So just pull it back a little bit, just put the screws in and what you usually wanna do is just start the screws. You can, these are a pretty good lock so they’re not gonna cross thread easily but just get it started, each side started. Just get it started. And then, again, we just want these snug. We don’t wanna crank them down. If you have a metal door, wood is a little bit better. Well, it’s not better it’s just a less likely to. The big problem is on some of the metal doors when you tighten these down really tight it pulls the metal in and then this will bind. So you see this as absolutely perfect. We have this, everything’s running really good. Turns nicely. And if we use the key. Check it before you lock yourself out. And it’s perfect. So, and make sure you take the key out, lock it, take the key out. Then, you know, it’s locked, lock, unlock it, take the key out. If that all works, the lock will be absolutely perfect. So why is this the best residential? The quality is light years and I’ll do a comparison in another video coming up. I’ll show you the other most, one of the most popular locks out there is the Kwikset Deadbolt. Whether you get the pin tumbler, Kwikset or the smart key you’ll see the difference in the quality. The Best Residental Door Lock for the money is the Schlage B660N

There is no comparison between the two. I like this for residential, even though I have the habit of more putting a commercial on our residential customers, this lock is a great lock for the price. It’s fantastic. It’s got the taper. It’s extremely difficult to pick or bump. I shouldn’t say extremely difficult. It’s not rated as pick-resistant. So let’s put it into reality here. Most locks are different ranges of being able to pick but this compared to a Kwikset or other locks this is gonna be way tougher to pick. And if you ask a reputable locksmith they will say, if they’re honest, that the Schlage, Schlage, Schlage are difficult to pick. It’s got a good quality, one-inch deadbolt, a good quality cylinder. Everything on this is very, very close to the commercial grade stuff. This is not gonna fall apart in five years, even 10 years, this is gonna be a good lock. One little side piece. If the lock, when it’s opened is working perfect with the key and with the lock. When you close the door, it tries it from the inside first it should just be nice and smooth like this. If it’s sticking, then you either have a strike, usually, it’s the strike is out of whack or it could be the doorframe, but usually, sometimes you may have to adjust your, on the frame you may have to adjust the strike. And if you look at my favorite locksmith tool is a bit of lipstick and you can see why. So watch that video, I’ll put a link to it, why this can help you if it’s sticking. Once everything’s perfect when the door is open, the lock is perfect. You close the door and it’s catching or it’s not locking. And I’ll show you how to fix that in our other video. Now, as a side bonus, they also have the Schlage B660 Deadbolt is in a what we call Weiser keyway or a W1. So it’s not the Kwikset keyway. So this is a thicker key than the Kwikset key or the KW1. So this is a Weiser, they call it a Falcon. And in this case they have a five-pin in here and it’s the same bolt. It’s just that the keyway is different. So they put, everything is the same except for they have a Weiser key. And I think that’s the only two versions they come in, they come in the Classic SC1 and they come in, they call it the Falcon or the, I call it the Weiser, that’s the most popular. Not popular in the US extremely popular in Canada is the Weiser keyway. So I think that’s why they sort of came out with this one. It’s okay. I’d rather have the, well, especially this, this is a six-pin real Schlage cylinder. And then we have this five-pin Weiser. I bet you that’d be extremely easy to pick. So between the two, this one’s gonna be really, gonna give us the run for the money. This one’s gonna pick in under two minutes and we’ll have other videos on that. Why is this the best residential deadbolt? It’s good. It’s good quality. It’s an extremely good lock. I like it. I would install this on anybody who wants it if they wanted a less expensive deadbolt. This is about as low as I will go. And this is extremely good quality.

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I do not like installing Kwikset’s residential locks. I like Zero, the Yale, not that much better. Now we’ll do a comparison. This is the B60N. I’ll grab some more of them in the big box hardware stores. I’m gonna have a comparison, we’ll pick up a bunch of them and we’ll take a look but this is the best residential deadbolt available at the moment. Please subscribe to the video and please leave comments. We’re gonna have a new series called, ask Mr. Locksmith. Put your comments below, what you do, don’t like, what you think is better and I will respond. Sometimes I try to respond online but we’re gonna start making a video response to a lot of the questions, so it’s gonna be “Ask Mr. Locksmith” Please put your questions. I hope you enjoyed watching this video. Subscribe to my channel, also visit my website and you can see what online locksmith training I have for beginners, intermediate and advanced as well as my covert methods of entry and my non-destructive methods of entry.

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How to Remove a Lori Double Cylinder Deadbolt: Lori Deadbolt locks can be confusing to remove for experienced and new locksmiths too. You will need a 5/64 -inch long-shaft Allen wrench to remove the Mortice Cylinders from the lock housing. Lori deadbolts, manufactured by Ilco Industries and use mortised deadbolts available in both thumb turn and double cylinder models. Removing the Lori deadbolt to re-key or replace the lock not difficult if you have the proper Allen Wrench.

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How to Remove a Lori Double Cylinder Deadbolt

  • Open the door.
  • Remove the deadbolt faceplate from the door edge by removing the two flathead screws using a Phillips screwdriver.
  • Remove the thumb latch assembly from the interior side of the door, if applicable, by removing the two screw bolts on either side of the latch handle, then pulling the assembly horizontally from the door.
  • Insert the long shaft of a 5/64-inch Allen wrench into the space on either side of the slide bolt to engage in the cylinder set screws and turn the set screw counterclockwise two to three full turns to loosen. Repeat for the set screw on the other side of the slide bolt if it is a double cylinder deadbolt.
  • Remove the deadbolt cylinder(s) by turning the cylinders counterclockwise until the cylinder is free of the mortise housing. Insert the deadbolt’s key halfway into the cylinder for leverage in turning the cylinder. Repeat for the opposite side cylinder in double-keyed models
  • Remove the slide bolt assembly from the door edge, then remove the cylinder housing from the door hole.

 

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Cheaper to Rekey or Replace Locks

Whether you just moved into a new home or have been in the same house for a while, it might be a good time for you to look into changing your locks.

Every day I get asked should I rekey my locks or replace them? Re-keying your locks, if you have good locks, it’s pretty inexpensive. We just re-key the lock so the old key doesn’t fit it. So we take the lock off, re-key it, put it in, give you brand new keys. The old key will go in the lock but it won’t turn the lock. That’s re-keying. So re-keying is usually less expensive. So most locks can be re-keyed. Residential, business, commercial, everything. Most locks can be re-keyed. Residential and commercial locks The deadbolts and the key in knobs. We can re-key them. We can change the combination inside and give you new keys. If you have a good lock and it’s less expensive than replacing them. However, if you have some old, crappy locks or inexpensive or you want to increase the security of your locks, then we will replace the lock and sell you a new one and install it.

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Re-keying is simple. It’s very fast. It doesn’t take long for us to do it. And we can re-key regular locks, high-security locks, some padlocks can be re-keyed but most can’t, they’re sealed units. Re-keying your locks is pretty inexpensive compared to replacing them. Also, it doesn’t take a lot of time, 15 minutes we can re-key a basic lock. Sometimes they take a little bit longer, sometimes quicker. Just depends upon the lock and how old it is and what style of lock it is. Some of the high security locks can take quite a while to re-key. But again, it’s less expensive. You don’t have to change your locks. You don’t have to install brand new ones. We can just re-key your existing locks.

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Terry Whin-Yates is a 3rd Generation Locksmith with a BA (Hons) Criminology. He has 35 years of experience in the locksmith and security industry and is a locksmith trainer providing On-LIne and Hands-On locksmith training to people, businesses and Law Enforcement all across North America and Asia. Terry Whin-Yates‘ BC Security License is B4227. http://mrlocksmithtraining.com/about-terry-whin-yates/

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