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April 7, 2009

Defendius Labyrinth Maze Security Lock

at 3:24 pm. Filed under Funny Hacks


This Defendius Labyrinth Security Lock would be so much fun (except in case of fire). When staying in hotels I have always wondered how simple it would be for someone on the outside to open the chain lock that are common in hotel rooms. That would not even be a consideration if this was the lock installed in the room.

"This innovative lock is designed by Art Lebedev Studio… responsible for the amazing Optimus Maximus keyboard with a tiny screen on each key. Constructed of 100% titanium alloy, nothing less than a level forty-two spell of ultimate cutting will break the Defendius lock open. Really, just look at it: no one is getting out easily. You’ll have to guide the lock nib through the labyrinth before you can open to door."

Via: Toolmonger and TechEBlog


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10 Responses to “Defendius Labyrinth Maze Security Lock”

  1. Daniel’s MicroBlog » Blog Archive » Defendius Labyrinth Maze Security Lock Says:

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  2. xg Says:

    Bolt-cutters + flimsy chain.

  3. Beanmosheen Says:

    “Bolt-cutters + flimsy chain.”
    Not even. Kick door hard.

  4. Brad Gilbert Says:

    They actually make a tool to open those things, it is basically a thin flat piece of spring steel with a handle.

  5. Alex Says:

    I didn’t know that. Coool!I think if you bring the jaws of life, it wouldn’t look so daunting.
    Or whi not the hidrogen blow-torch thgat puts up 3000 degrees Centigrade flames.

  6. Apothus Says:

    No need to be so violent!
    The insane length of that chain and the standard philips head screws on the anchoring side make it quick and easy to remove without a trace that you were ever there in the first place.

    Anyway, whoever said that functional art ever had to be functional, lol

  7. NullCool Says:

    xD …cool..
    imagine that when ur in the middle of some quake or something like that !! xD

  8. mikheil Says:

    solved it under 15 second to easy

  9. Maigo Says:

    Anyone bother looking at the link? It’s an April Fools. I demand a prize for not being stupid 😀

  10. NullCool Says:

    jajajajaja @Maigo ur right..shit..jaja

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