Not so long ago i bought a second hand Kia Picanto, but unlikely it came with only one key. Cloning this kind of key seemed preety expensive, so i did a small research about key cloning, since cloning key without also cloning its transponder could result with engine locking. I've learned that there are tools that alow you to write to key transponder, and that the price can range around 500$, but there are also cheep transponder programmer tools that cost around 25$, for example Zed Bull.
I would like to hear some oppinions about key cloning with this cheep devices, before I order it and get my hands on cloning. I wounder if Zed Bull (https://www.hickleys.com/diagnostics/zedbull.php) is realy cabable of cloning Kia Picanto key without risk that engine is going to end up locked. That could actualy save me from paying key cloning that is two times the price of this device.