Yes, a door key can be replicated using a photo of a key. Even the highest security keys can be duplicated by 3D printing at home. We’re not talking about a thief — he can get in if he wants to. The problem is an ex-tenant, an ex-boyfriend/ex-girlfriend, an ex-housecleaning employee, etc. UrbanAlps has designed The Stealth Key, incorporating a clever tooth-hiding design. The Stealth hides most of its mechanical security features internally – rendering the key unscannable.
Features of the New Door Key: The Stealth
Hidden Internal Coding
Purely mechanical solution
5 million possible combinations
Extensive master keying possibilities
Can be combined with electronics
Designed by Cylinder Experts
Reliable and durable due to its superior design and precision manufacturing
Lock picking and bump resistant
World’s First 3D Metal Printed Key
Geometrical complexity is free
Unlimited customization possibilities
Bringing back safety to age-old mechanics.
UrbanAlps is running a limited pilot program right now, but you can also preorder a padlock and two keys with the same technology for about $1,060.