Topolino Prefer Lucchetto
The kit includes
Manual Self-impressioning decoder TOPOLINO that can open and decode rolling shutter locks for Prefer (Lucchetto – Padlock)
Important: this tool if not to be used on different cylinder lock, only Prefer with the show profile
Since this Topolino decoder has a design meant for the cylinder lock Prefer Rolling Shutter , its structure is build accordingly. The pick consists of blade with 6 pins with a specific structure (please watch the video). Those pins are arranged in a certain order that corresponds to the lock it is made for. The tool is tightened with bolts, do not tighten them or manipulate them in any way! This will destroy the opening capabilities of the tools
Insert the blade of the Topolino into the Reset Cap , the two arrows must match their position (watch the video). Slide back the Slider. Reset with the Reset hex key ALL 6 pins (push them all the way in). Slide to the front the slider. The decoder is ready to be used.
There is no such thing as “one tool to open EVERY lock”. Hence, universal tool cannot exist with this types of tools! The operator must know the cylinder lock he tries to open. Hence some locksmith knowledge is required.
These lockpick tools work with NO FORCE. You apply medium amount of tension. The tool will position each of the pins of the Cylinder Lock to a specific height. This happens until it “assumes” the position corresponding to that of the original key. In this way the profile of the key is obtained. At this point you have a complete double bit profile able to open and close the lock exactly like the original key.
Shipping and Handling
Every Topolino Decoder we ship has a Unique Serial Number and a description of the lock model made for. We ship with DHL Express all around the world (not applicable for Russia and Ukraine) and we provide the tracking number. If you need any further information or if you have after sales queries we remain at your disposal. Contact us directly by WhatsApp or email at [email protected]
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