A brief synopsis of this video by Marc Weber Tobias is "nice package…but this lock should not be used".
A Model 333 from Biolock USA has a fingerprint reader on a mechanical cylinder. The lock costs nearly $200 and gives the appearance of high security. The following demonstration shows that a paperclip can be inserted to easily defeat the lock.
I see a particularly glaring gap between safety and appearance since the very distinctive and expensive look also indicates it can be easily picked. That shiny blue LED that was probably meant to provide some kind of deterrent effect instead practically advertises a lock with no security.
Upon hearing this information, BrickHouse Security immediately pulled the BioLock 333 from their product line. "We're dedicated to offering consumers a quality product and frankly, the BioLock 333 is not that," said Todd Morris, CEO of BrickHouse Security.
Locks are picked all the time but it is rare to see a vendor take such a firm stance on protecting customers, especially given the apparent lack of concern from a manufacturer.