Bump Key Auto Jigglers Lock Pick Set Keyless Entry

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  • Same tool used by many locksmiths
  • Tempered 301 stainless steel construction
  • Domestic and foreign makes
  • Unlocks late-model and older vehicles alike
  • Comes on a keyring


Never get locked out of your vehicle again! Used by many locksmiths, the master key auto jigglers open many foreign and domestic cars and trucks. Constructed of tempered 301 stainless steel.

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.51 out of 5
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Rocky
Aug 11, 2019
(5 out of 5)
For opening my doors

Good

 


Oct 22, 2017
(5 out of 5)
JackKush

Easily jiggle a 2012 Silverado on the first try. Have done many newer vehicles with these. If they seem flimsy you can double it up and use the lowest key with the one you need. Very easy to use. Remember to jiggle and not bump

 


Nov 01, 2016
(5 out of 5)
1 for 1

First time I needed it worked like a charm. Jiggler with hooked end opened Lincoln Town Car.

 

Nicholas Hall
Aug 02, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Took a little bit the first time but works great

I got into my 2007 dodge in about 10 minutes the first time and about 15-30 seconds every other time. Just took me a little bit of practice and i got it. And for the hell of it i wanted to see if one of the jigglers started my dodge what do you know it did just that. Looking forward to purchasing other similar products. I have a HUGE family and this will come in handy. Thanks for the awesome product. I would recommend making them thicker but if you're gentle with them and not in a rush you should be just fine.

 

Nathan Henderson
Jul 25, 2015
(5 out of 5)
Not too shabby...

They are pretty nice, my only concerb is that they should be thicker... Maybe twice as thick as they are now. But, I might just trace them on sheet metal and cut them out in case these break for not being thick enough... but over all, I like them and it was a good investment.

 

zac b
Jan 02, 2015
(2 out of 5)
only works on cars without electronic lock

if you have a car with electronic lock or sentry key this will not work for you older cars without electronic lock this should work everytime

 

bob hursh
Nov 30, 2014
(1 out of 5)
Didn't help me!

Didn't work on my 2005 Thunderbird. Thought I'd give it a try since my car was in my drive. I could wait for the order rather than call a locksmith. All these did was chip the paint around the lock. I also tried them on my 2012 Tundra, didn't work there either. I'm not saying they're junk, but they did not do anything for either of my vehicles.

 

Triumphman
Nov 29, 2014
(4 out of 5)
Lock Picks

These are great for getting into you locked car with the keys in the ignition! Although I feel there are those who would use these to break into cars!

 

Robert
May 25, 2014
(5 out of 5)
Nice!!

Can easily open a 2008 grand caravan, and 2002 kia spectra. i keep the 2 most common on me at all times.

 

Jeff
Mar 30, 2014
(5 out of 5)
Sucsess

Open on the first attempt it only took about 15 seconds on my 76 ford PU. The keys are stronger than they appear if you bend one your tecnique is off. I also puchased a set of pics, we lost the key to our strong box w/ a double sided key (pins top & bottom) I picked one side then while keeping tension put anouther tensioner on the side just picked, took up tension from the original tensioner and picked the other side. In 1 minute, 1st try I got it. I'm stoaked and a customer for life

 

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