I've heard that they can be picked with the fingernail...is that true?
So, remember that I am asking if they can they picked with the fingernail. It's a problem related to the locking mechanism, not the strength of the cable itself. Yes, I know cable locks can be easily sliced through with bolt cutters, but that's not the problem we are discussing on this thread.
Last edited by Paranoid.Guy; 10-09-11 at 04:06 PM.
I've tried to pick my cable lock with the tip of the key and fortunately it didn't work. It's not quite a basic cable since it is 1,5 meters(5 feet) long and has a thick polymer coating(not sure if it's plastic or rubber).