German Trick Lock #13 (T13)

German Trick Lock #13 (T13)

German Trick Lock #13 (T13) The T13 was designed by Rainer Popp from Germany and was inspired by Henry Isham’s Permutation Lock which he invented in 1845.  The lock requires 13 steps to open and has some new features!  This large and heavy (2KG!) lock is hand crafted and unique.  It will appeal to people who enjoy puzzles an who appreciate quality work.  Comes with a stainless steel key. There ia a user manual that is included which details some rules that need to be read before beginning to solve the puzzle.1) No hitting, shaking, force or gravity needed to open the lock.2) Do not unscrew the upper buttons.  Threads are glued. About Rainer Popp:His passion is collecting and restoring old locks built before the end of the 19th century.  He was fascinated by the handicraft skills and creativity of the old masters.  These locks are often secured with trick mechanisms, so they are called “trick locks”.  Rainer began designing his own trick locks with modern machine tools.  In 2006 trick lock #1 (T1) was finished. It is nearly impossible to solve without the manual. And since then he has improved on the design. In subsequent models he focused more on tricks which are solvable in a reasonable time and priced for different budgets. The tricks are varied and the designs different and appealing. Made with brass and stainless steel.  Weight 2 KG (2000 grams!)  Dimensions: 14x9x4 cm

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