TONIGHT: A pilot is set to fly locksmith scotsdale for the first time to see if the machines are worth it.
The pilot, David Ritchie, flew from Sydney to Melbourne last week.
“I’ve got some very special machines in my garage, they’re not cheap,” he said.
He said the price tag was not worth it but was something he had to consider if the machine did not perform.
“I can’t say no to a machine, I’m going to fly it,” he told ABC Radio.
Mr Ritchie said the machines were not cheap but it was something to consider.
“If it doesn’t work out for me, and I have to fly the machine back, it’s not going to be worth it, but I’m not a robot and I’m still going to do my job,” he added.
Called ‘flying’ locksysdale Mr Ritchie also flew from the capital to Perth for the purpose of testing the machines and had some ideas on how to use them.
“You can’t use the same machines for all different jobs,” he explained.
A locksmith and a mechanic can operate the machine on their own, but Mr Rickey is confident the machines will be worth their own weight in gold.
I have a couple of hundred hours of training, and we’re going to get these things working,” he says.
One thing he had heard from customers was that it would be cheaper to buy a new lock, rather than keep it.”
They’re not going for the money,” he joked.”
But you’re going for an investment in your property and that’s what I’m trying to do.
“Mr Rickey said the machine could be a great investment, especially for people who had not owned a locksmith in a while.
There was also a chance that the machine would be used by people in the middle of the night.”
When you have a machine on the job for 30 to 40 minutes at a time, you get into a groove, it really opens your mind,” he noted.
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