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    Walmart/Target security devices & tips

    I'm sure you've seen those little plastics that make it much harder to jack a wanted item. The first of these gizmos are the tan plastic endings on a shelf so you can't take the item off it. You need to get an employee who uses some long black device to unlock it. The second is the spider wrap devices. It's a black circle, with wire cables coming out of 4 sides to wrap around each edge of the box. If you tamper with it, the built in alarm goes off. The third, those damn chunky plastics on clothes and other apparel. Well do you guys know the names of these devices, or better yet the names of the tools to remove them? Or perhaps you have your own little Macgyver way of removing them. Any help is appreciated!

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    spider wires you can just cut the box take the item out leave the wire on the box, it wont go off.

    Clothing tags if not ink tags use a magnet and a knife put very powerful magnet behind tag and pry open with a knife

    tags on end of shelves cut the part of the package that holds it on the rack dummy.

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    for clothing tags use a pocket size pair of wire cutters, ink ones don't go off. Just press the clothing together so the metal connecting bar is visible. just clip that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogan View Post
    for clothing tags use a pocket size pair of wire cutters, ink ones don't go off. Just press the clothing together so the metal connecting bar is visible. just clip that.
    That's usually not possible because the metal can't be exposed even if you press the clothing together

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    Quote Originally Posted by tstirling22 View Post
    That's usually not possible because the metal can't be exposed even if you press the clothing together
    You can actually fit a dime or a quarter in between the circle part and the long tan piece and pry it up quite alot with some elbow greese, exposing the metal for easy clipping

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    I have found that as long as you don't break a cable to the spider, the alarm won't go off. I usually take in a pocket knife that I use to pry the spider wires over the corner of the box. I have put a ton of strain on the wires without any alarms going off.

    I usually put all bags and other tags in the box, and reapply the spider to leave the box where I got it.

    I have never set off a alarm, but assume if you cut the wire, it will sound.

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