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Master Lock Street Cuffs


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3" Cuffs
  • Keyed lock size: 3-inch cuffs
  • 3-inch cuffs allow locking to parking meter and fence posts
  • Compact - fold in half to fit in seat bag
  • Pivoting link prevents a fixed anchor point
  • Hardened laminated steel construction with hardened pivot link
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Product Description

Master Lock Street Cuffs allow locking to parking meter and fence posts. 3" cuffs allow locking to parking meter and fence posts. Pivoting Link - prevents a fixed anchor point - takes away use of leverage to defeat. Hardened laminated steel construction with hardened pivot link - virtually impossible to cut. Compact - fold in half to fit in seat bag, back pack or pocket. 12" long for convenient locking. $3,500 Anti-Theft Guarantee

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  • ASIN: B003UWI0O8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Very heavy duty and cool looking.
Nicholas L. Taylor II
It doesn't turn as smoothly as it should but maybe that just means it takes some getting used to.
Zoomie888
I highly recommend this for anybody that needs a lot of security, locking up any bike.
Randy Yngve

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52 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Gammon on August 21, 2005
Size Name: 3" Cuffs
This has got to be one of the better designed bike locks. I say this because mine has not been defeated yet. Notice I said "yet". Given time any thief worth his while will figure out a way to get your stuff. This lock will at least make them work harder to get it. The "ratcheting" feature of this lock modeled after police hancuffs does not exist on my pair. I have the single link version. There is only one locking indentation on each cuff. This in no way affects the safety of the lock. The pictured item makes it seem that there is a certain degree of ajustability when locking. There is not. It is either open or closed with one fixed diameter when closed. I think the picture should fit the actual product so as not to mislead the consumer.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By snailmartyr on November 18, 2006
Size Name: 3" Cuffs
I've had my 9-link cuff lock for about six months now. I cannot see how anyone could pry apart or cut through one of these links... maybe with a grinder wheel or some such, but not via any ordinary means. The links are B-I-G, solid, and heavily chrome plated.

I'm not a big believer in cables since any pair of 2$ diagonals can snip through even the thickest braided cable in under five minutes. U-locks are clunky and vulnerable to everything from hacksaws to pens (I am very adept at opening my old U-lock with a bic pen, but I could not repeat such success with the cuff-lock... that doesn't mean the lock can't be picked... but I have to think it's at least *as difficult* to pick the lock of a cuff-lock as it is to pick the lock of a U-lock.). While lugging around a chain that's heavy enough to give a thief pause just isn't practical.

Enter the cuff-lock.

I initially bought the cuff-lock frame-mounted bracket (which offers a convenient way to carry the cuff-lock) as well. This uses a two-bolt waterbottle braze-on mount to secure the lock to the frame. I purchased an adaptor by Minoura to mount it on the seat post beneath the saddle. Even though it's made of lightweight aluminum and doesn't seem as though it can carry the heavy cuff-lock without bending or breaking, I've not had any problems. This despite riding over some very rough trails and hitting some good sized potholes. The bracket cradles the lock very efficiently. I'd still be reluctant to use any waterbottle braze-on mounts though... since those are designed to carry a lightweight cage and waterbottle and the lock weighs considerable more.

As for the rest of it, yeah... you do have to remember to press the button(s) on the cuffs... how hard is that?
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By BluRey on January 19, 2010
Size Name: 3" Cuffs Verified Purchase
i have owned a pair of the "street cuff" bike lock for many years with few problems. the main concern is that the barrel key is a 8 sided key which is a more complicated key system than the traditional 6 barrel ( six cuts on the key ) style. the key shows wear and tear to the point of complete metal failure. i have had to have the keys replaced 2 times in 5 years because of the wear and tear. being that this is an 8 sided barrel key the local key shop is unable to make a copy. i had to have master lock order the keys from me from beijing(!)

maintenance on the lock includes occasional use of a metal lubricant to keep dust and other particulates out of the mechanism which can cause the lock to be difficult to operate.

the new pair of "street cuffs" i ordered from amazon had a couple of cracks in the plastic casing, this being only a cosmetic problem i was willing to live with the slight imperfection. when i notified amazon of the not so perfect condition of the purchase i was given a $10. refund. i was very happy with the win-win resolution to this small complaint.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Cebert Currie on May 25, 2010
Size Name: 3" Cuffs Verified Purchase
An odd type of lock but seems effective. I live in South Beach, which is notorious for bicycle thefts. I also own an electric bike, a high target item. I use a three lock system for securing this bike. However this lock by far is one that I feel safe with.

To start with you get a $3500 lifetime guarantee on the product. There aren't tons of limitations either. Only real rules are A:) to file a claim you must have both keys (obviously if you lose one you comprimised the safety) B:) the theft must have occurred as a result of the lock being damaged. Besides that you just need a police report and follow the simple instructions!

Secondly, these cuffs are well built. The link is basically built across. Meaning the top layer goes one way and the middle layer the opposite. This keeps thieves from cutting the two layers one at a time, they have to cut the entire link to defeat the lock that way. The link is about 1/2 inch thick steel so obviously no easy task. The shackle part of the link is the same as the link. Not as thick though. About 1/4 inch I think. Also parts of the shackle are rubberized, which helps two things. One you don't damage your bikes finish/paint, two it is a small additional layer to fight through (obviously the more the better). The disappointing thing to the shackle is that in the picture it looks like it has multiple teeth allowing different settings. The one I recieved didn't. Also judging by many reviews other people did not as well.

Third, these 'street cuffs' have the visual deterant feature as well. They just look tough. My roommate commented on them and stated, they look like some type of maximum security handcuffs. They do look visually deterring. I usually use it to lock around the rear tire and the bike rack.
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