Lishi KYM2 2-in-1 Pick & Decoder works with KYMCO Scooters KYM2 keyway. This is the second release in a new series of residential and commercial picks and readers by Mr. Li.
- Revolutionary Design
- Pick and Decode KYMCO KYM2 / 7-Cuts / 3-Depths
List of makes and models (for guidance only)
- 1997 + KYMCO Motorbikes & Scooters
What’s Lishi Tools?
Mr. Li Zhiqin, the designer, creator, inventor of Lishi tools. When originated in 2000 , Mr. Li named his tools “Lishi Tools” (中文：李氏工具), with an oval “Lishi” logo. Over the next decade, Lishi won great reputation among locksmiths all over the world.
In 2017, Mr. Li moved the business to an even larger factory with better facilities, and this new factory is dedicated to producing lock picks of the best possible quality. Mr. Li’s trademark was changed to Lizhiqin Tools (中文：李志勤工具), with his face and name (中文: 李志勤) as his new logo. But it’s still known as “Lishi” all over the world.
Please always look for the ‘Mr. Li’ face logo for a guaranteed original Mr. Li production. Lishi Tools is the most effective way to unlock and decode vehicle locks in the world today, and trusted by locksmiths everywhere. The tools we supply are from the original manufacturer, ensuring quality and supply is guaranteed. You can verify your tools to ensure that you are getting real ORIGINAL Lishi Tools quality and design.
Verify Your Lishi Tools
Since 2021, Mr. Li implemented a verification system. All Lishi 2-in-1 tools and readers come with a verification label attached to the back of each tool. You can scratch off the protective coating at the bottom of the label and scan the QR code with your smart phone camera, open the verification link with your mobile browser to make sure your tools on hand are not illegally copied or distributed.
The QR code is generated with the verification link with the verification number a part of the URL. The verification system is in Chinese, please take a screenshot once the tool verification link is opened, the system will only tell you it’s xx times of query after first successful tool verification.