Taking a Look Back at the World’s First “Unpickable” Locks
Historical records show that the first locks were used by Ancient Egyptians and Mesopotamians thousands of years ago. However, the way these locks improved security was very limited since they can easily be tampered with or destroyed. It was only in the late 1700s and early 1800s when the first “unpickable” locks were made.
This article will take you a few centuries back when the first highly secured locks were invented. Read on to learn who created them and whether or not they can be bypassed.
Joseph Bramah and His High-Security Lock
Best known for designing and inventing the hydraulic press, Joseph Bramah was an engineer who hailed from England. One of his lesser-known inventions is the so-called Bramah Lock, which was created and patented in 1784. It is one of the first known high-security locks in history, and its claim to fame was its …