Kryptonite KryptoLok Series 2 Integrated Chain Bicycle Lock
|Price:||$44.14 - $208.64|
- New patent-pending pin-less link design secures chain to hardened deadbolt; offers no "weak" link in the chain due to the extensive holding power of the link itself against attacks
- 9mm four-sided chain links made of 3t manganese steel
- High security disc-style cylinder is pick and drill resistant; resists most common hand tools
- Weather-resistant nylon sleeve prevents scratches to painted finishes; compact coiling for easy carrying
- Includes 2 ergonomic "I" keys
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The Kryptonite KryptoLok Series 2 Integrated Chain includes 9mm four-sided chain links made from 3t manganese steel and secures with a new patent-pending KryptoLok Series 2 Lock Head with talon deadbolt.In the early 1970s, Michael Zane was a free-spirited, bearded kid with a VW van and a big idea for a new kind of lock. He traveled thousands of miles showing the unique U-shaped locking device and spreading his passion for bicycle security to bike dealers all around the country and forged lifetime relationships. The company soon expanded its product line to include powersports, hardware and snowsports security.
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Note the NINE mm chain. It's pretty serious. In all honesty I think it's too serious for most users, and would recommend the 7mm (and much cheaper) version.
I wear it around my waist when riding because it's easiest. While surprisingly uncomfortable at first, even more surprising is how quickly you completely forget it. It's over 5 lbs, and be sure to keep the lock to the side, or bumps may offer an unwelcome surprise. I have a 30/31" waist, and I may grind a link off it.. or two. EDIT: Tip, don't grind it!! Just twist the chain until it fits your waist. The extra links help locking to more stuff!!
If waist isn't for you a good bag should do.
2 bikes were stolen, both cable lock and U-lock, and even if they get a handlebar or front wheel, there won't be a third.
The only cons are that it is a bit heavy, and the keys/lock mechanism seems a little sensitive, so just make sure you insert the key all the way before turning.
There is no way of getting around the weight, but think of it as a workout regimen, and in no time, you won't notice the weight in your bag, except if you happen to be packing a lot of groceries or a laptop...than it gets a little heavy.
I use this paired with the Kryptonite New York Standard U-Lock.
I recommend this to all my biking friends.
The key isn't easy to put in — it doesn't get stuck or anything, but you have to put it in a bit, turn it until you find the actual spot it slides into, then put it in the rest of the way. No big deal, but also not worth five stars like that. I kind of wonder if it was designed like this on purpose, but I don't know why it would be.