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Auto Jiggler Keys

If you've ever inserted the correct key into a lock, such as your front door lock, only to find it didn't open, what did you do? I thought so: you gave it a jiggle, a wiggle, and moved it around a bit, and then presto! It unlocked and you could open the door. That's how a jiggler key works.

Lock jiggler keys come in a variety of patterns to trick the lock into thinking it's the right key. We have jigglers for wafer locks, pin-cylinder locks, cabinet locks, and auto jigglers for car locks. There's often no tension tool required, as the jiggler itself is also the tension tool.

The "jiggling" keys are cut in various patterns to replicate the average lock settings, which means the jiggling causes the pins or wafers to be set until the lock opens. Any good locksmith will have a selection of auto jigglers, but I would also say they offer a great way to pick locks for beginners.

Our "jiggling" keys are sturdy, well-cut, and good to use in different applications. You can definitely use these simple tools during emergencies. You won't need to get a locksmith when opening a car or a cabinet. The excellent lock picks will help you save some bucks in the long run.


Frequently Asked Questions

What Are Jiggler Keys Used For?

All jigglers, regardless of the lock they're made for, work in the same manner. Essentially, the product is used to open locks quickly and easily. These tools are manufactured to match the common pinnings or pin tumblers of the locks available today.

While jigglers match the pinnings, they don't really mimic the usual cuts or patterns because it may be too tight or loose. There are spaces in the patterns to perform the lock-picking technique called "jiggling." These spaces are necessary as they provide room for the user to maneuver the lock-picking process. The "jiggling" lock-picking method is commonly used in the towing and/or repossession industries.

What Are Auto Jigglers?

An auto jiggler is a special lock pick that you use to open a car door lock. They are usually made of tempered stainless steel. Like the typical jiggler key you use for other purposes, they have specific cuts, patterns, and sufficient spaces that mimic the usual pin tumblers.

What Cars Do Auto Jigglers Work On?

You can use stainless steel auto jigglers on both old and new cars. LockPickWorld offers a variety of auto jigglers for different car models. These auto jigglers are great to use for almost all car models of Honda, Nissan, Acura, Dodge, Mazda, Jeep, and many more. You may reach out to us at LockPickWorld to learn if the jigglers can work for your car model.

Get a Set of Jiggler Keys at LockPickWorld

Open locks with ease and confidence and buy a set of top-quality stainless "jiggling" keys. Shop for top-quality key jigglers at LockPickWorld, the biggest specialist lock picks and non-destructive entry tool shop. We accept payments from Visa, PayPal, American Express, and more. Reach out to us for order, payment, and shipping details.