11-key Bump Key Set



11-key Bump Key Set

This is an 11 key bump key set for residential, commercial and padlocks.
Locksmiths and homeowners may encounter locks which need to be unlocked without the key originally included with a particular lock.  Pin tumbler locks can be opened with the use of a bump key. Specific bump keys are designed to open locks by specific manufacturers and appropriate key selection is based on the number of pins located in the lock. 

The 11 Key Starter Bump Key Set includes bump keys for keyways and locks by the following manufacturers: 

Our 5 Key Bump Key Set Includes:

Plus the following additional keyways: 

Bumping a lock involves using a bump key to force the separation of the key pins from the driver pins. This separation is momentary. It is during this short period of time that the lock can be rotated and unlocked. The process of opening a lock in this method takes very little time. 
Not sure which bump key sets to purchase? Rather make your own? Check out our bump key guide!
The materials and manufacturing standard used in making of the bump keys in this starter kit are the highest available in the industry. These keys will open locks from many of the lock industry's top manufacturers.
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  • Customer Reviews

    Based on 125 reviews
    Perfect cut

    Precise cut like they need to be text practice thank God for YouTube

    Great Products!

    Very cool key set! And I love the practice lock too! I've had lots of fun playing with them!


    18 Key Professional Bump Key Set

    Did not work

    I tried for hours to get the key to work, all with no success. Not sure if the key was cut correctly, the lock was not cooperative, or the technique was bad; the key would not open the lock I used it on.

    Hey Cort, We test all of our bump keys after cutting them, so all of the keys we ship are known to work in the keyway for which they are cut. Just like lock picking, effective lock bumping is indeed a skill that takes practice and requires technique. That said, once you get the hang of it, it's reasonably straightforward to reproduce. Unfortunately, it is difficult to say what might be preventing your lock from opening. Often times, however, it is one of four things: either the keys are not being offset enough (the key must be pulled out at least 1 pin to ensure force is properly applied to the pins), or not enough pressure is applied to the face of the key while bumping, the bump is being administered at an angle, or the impact of the bump is not strong enough to jar the pins sufficiently to create the shear line.
    Very pleased

    Keys showed up in a timely manner, packaging was sufficient to properly protect the items inside, and the keys were in great condition.