Master lock, "r00t" password

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    This lock allows you to set your own passphrase with letters and numbers, so r00t seemed appropriate.

    It worked for about six months, and then the ball bearing that "hooks" the shackle somehow became loose from the innards of the chamber, jamming the lock. Eventually the ball simply fell out and was lost a few times after fixing it, so the whole thing is useless now.

    For the non-techies: Inside joke.

    warrenski, Espacio CAMON, Kejun Zhang, and 18 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. protohiro 57 months ago | reply

      This is ISO 1000. Its like you don't even have to worry about low light.

    2. yourfavorite 57 months ago | reply

      hahaha I love the recap for non techies down there. If anyone stole whatever you locked with that, I guess you'd know where to look :D #tr42

    3. Dunstan 57 months ago | reply

      Yeah, where the hell is the noise? There isn't any. It's ridiculous.

    4. pkingDesign 57 months ago | reply

      1000 is nothing! 3200 is where it's at!

      .schill, you should call them for a replacement... 6 month is pretty poor.

    5. Schill 57 months ago | reply

      I bought a cheaper (but more solid-looking?) California-made replacement today at the same hardware store, we'll see how it goes. Agreed, 6 months is rather crap.

      Re: Noise etc., I'm glad it turned out nicely; Michele has been learning me good.

    6. genobzz 46 months ago | reply

      liked it! have featured it here - wp.me/pinhe-bA

    7. Dunstan 46 months ago | reply

      You should really attribute the photo on your site to Scott, and also link back to this page.

    8. genobzz 46 months ago | reply

      have done that.. check the link on the bottom which says - "Featured Image Credit"

    9. webweisend media company 13 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing this photo via CreativeCommons! It was just perfect for our media company blog - blog.media-company.eu

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