Bogota Titan® Lock Picks
The handle end of each Bogota® doubles as a tension wrench. Crafted from aircraft grade Titanium, these entry tools have a limited magnetic footprint and are extremely corrosion resistant. Light and covert, the Bogota® is the new "go-to" tool for operators.
- Comes in Vinyl sleeve.
- Dimensions: approximately 1/8" X 3"
Bogota Titan® Lock Pick Tool Set
- Single Hump
- Triple Hump
Bogota Titan® Sabana Lock Pick Tool Set
- Double Hump
Bogota Titan® Monserrate’s
- Fore Monserrate
- Aft Monserrate
Made In The USA by Hard Case Survival
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These are my second, third, and fourth sets. The original set is with me all the time and I love it. So, as I do with everything I find I cannot do without, replacements were secured. Further, because they are of such high quality I got a set for my kids, brothers, and nephews. As an uncle, I am invoking my sacred right to inspire my nephews to mischief and fully expect some great stories from them next family get together. My own kids have been going around the house unlocking everything they can find - to the point where using a key will provoke ridicule. At some point I expect they will use their pick set to try and pick the locks on the car. There aren't a lot of skills kids will learn without being forced to do so, but picking locks is one of those rare skills. That these picks are indestructible and the perfect size just adds to the pleasure of using them. I have one more kid who is too young for his own set right now, but when the time comes I'll be getting more. Everyone should carry a set with them at all times. It's the responsible thing to do.
These lock picks are awesome, especially for beginners and folks who wont bother carrying a large set of lock picking tools everywhere. Be sure to add the case to your order! I can recommend the black leather, which has held up well over time. I've bought these picks from other vendors in the past, who did not offer a tiny leather case, and naturally I lost them! So, be absolutely sure to add the case. I just bought 6 more sets. I give them away to friends who find picking locks interesting, but never learned how. They are amazed when they are able to pick Master Locks after only a few minutes of practice and guidance. I recommend the standard set in the standard size, not mini or nano. I've used both of those, and while they work, the case is the same, so they take up as much space in my pocket. The larger ones make the job easier on the hands, though there are some tiny locks which I found easier to pick with the nano version.
The only negative is that as a newbie I have a hard time using the handle end as a torsion wrench. 90 degree bend and much shorter seems to hold better, especially in the top of the keyway. As for the working end I'm impressed. Smooth gliding over the tumblers and for some reason, it just works better than my other picks, even of the same design. Polished and smooth, they are a joy to use. They have become my first choice when I come to a new lock.
Very good versions of the Bogota style pick; titanium is a logical choice for this type of pick. Nicely finished too.
Love these. I carry a set in my pocket daily. If I can keep myself from losing them, I wouldn’t have to keep purchasing. Recently I bought two of these...one for my pocket and one to slide in my wallet. Highly recommend.
Small lightweight and smooth. As a beginner to locksporting these were my first pair so not much to compare them to. But they glide over pins easily, work well, and are easy to keep on your person.
They are Bogota picks, rendered in titanium, says it all, almost. They're a design long recognized as brilliant, efficient and even elegant. The craftsmanship is flawless, materials selection perfect. In the right hands, their effectiveness can not be denied. Locksport players may not strictly need a pick set small enough for a wallet, but I find it a comfort to have them in addition to my full size working kit. If your profession requires that you be ready to get through locks with a minimum footprint, I'd say Bogotas are close to indispensable
These are great additions to my existing pick sets, but are suitable as EDC picks when carrying lots of tools isn't feasible. They work great - even if the lock is resistant to raking, the single hump works fine in place of a hook.
just opened an old padlock i had laying around without a key took a little while as a newbie to the sport but i got it will be buying the regular size 6 piece set next great investment