A Padlock that regires more than a key to open it!
The padlock in question is not your everyday padlock, but rather a puzzle made of 100% steel. The challenge involves opening the shackle, which requires a different approach than that of a standard padlock. Intriguingly, this padlock has two keyholes, which adds to the complexity of the task.
Upon attempting to insert the accompanying key into the first keyhole, it becomes clear that it does not fit. The second keyhole, however, does accommodate the key, allowing it to turn but not to open the lock. The secret lies in using the correct keyhole, inserting the key, and turning it. However, there’s an additional trick to the puzzle.
To successfully open the padlock, one must remove the key and then slide the lid to the side. Only then will the latch mechanism be released, allowing the shackle to be opened. This padlock-puzzle combination serves as an engaging challenge for those interested in locks and puzzles alike.