Lockpick

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Lockpick
Lockpick.png
Released8 May 2002 (Update)
MembersYes
Quest itemNo
Properties
TradeableYes
EquipableNo
StackableNo
NoteableYes
DestroyDrop
ExamineFor picking tough locks.
Values
Value20 coins
High alch12 coins
Low alch8 coins
Weight0.01 kg
Respawn time100 ticks (60 seconds)
Grand Exchange
Exchange175 coins (info)
Buy limit250
Daily volume35,719
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Advanced data
Item ID1523
Twisted LeagueThis content is present in Twisted League. Yes
Lockpick detail.png

A lockpick is an item used in the Thieving skill to open locked doors. Some locked doors or chests do not require a lockpick to open them but lockpicks make opening them easier. Players must have level 50 Thieving and Agility, or level 99 Thieving, to buy lockpicks from Martin Thwait.

Uses[edit | edit source]

Treasure Trails[edit | edit source]

Tier Emotes STASH Location Items Cost
Master Clap Outside the magic axe hut in level 55 Wilderness
(The lockpick can't be stored but is required)
Lockpick.png flared trousers.png 2,515,860

Item sources[edit | edit source]

For an exhaustive list of all known sources for this item, see here (include RDT).
SourceLevelQuantityRarity
Bandit (Bandit Camp)53 Thieving icon.png11/7
Rogue32 Thieving icon.png15/128
Scavenger beast Multicombat.png13 × 2/18
Young impling jarN/A Casket.png11/10
Young impling22; 32 Hunter icon.png11/10

Spawns[edit | edit source]

Location Members Spawns Map
Yanille Agility Dungeon - In the area before Salarin the twisted, near the pile of rubble.Member icon.png1Maplink

Shop locations[edit | edit source]

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Members?
Martin Thwait's Lost and Found.Rogues' Den251m Coins 5.png 20Coins 5.png 12Member icon.png

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
4 October 2005 –
7 February 2006

The item's examine was changed from undefined ("It's a Lockpick.") to "For picking tough locks."