|Model||Kryptonite New York Fahgettaboudit Chain|
|Item Weight||12.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 4 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||999492|
|Manufacturer Part Number||999492|
|OEM Part Number||999492|
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Kryptonite 999492 Black 14mm x 60" (1415) New York Fahgettaboudit Chain and New York Disc Lock
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- 14mm six sided chain links made of 3t hardened manganese steel for ultimate strength
- Durable protective nylon cover with hook and loop fasteners to hold in place
- Reinforced anti-drill or pull cylinder protection system
- Sliding dustcover protects and extends cylinder life
- Includes 3 stainless steel "I" keys for better ergonomics
- 14mm six-sided chain links made of 3t hardened manganese steel for ultimate strength
- Durable, protective nylon cover with hook-n-loop fasteners to hold in place
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Extreme motorcycle and scooter security for the highest theft locations. 12mm six sided chain links made of 3t hardened manganese steel for maximum strength. Durable protective nylon cover with hook and loop fasteners to hold in place. Reinforced anti-drill or pull cylinder protection system. Sliding dustcover protects and extends cylinder life. Includes 3 stainless steel "I" keys for better ergonomics.
REVIEW:Rated 11 out of 12 in Kryptonite's 12-point security comparison system, the New York Fahgettaboutit 1415 Chain Bicycle Lock with New York Disc Lock is built for extreme security needs in high crime areas. The longer, five-foot chain provides flexibility if you need to lock multiple bikes together, lock components to your bike, and/or frequently have to anchor to larger objects. Built to prevent any chance of leverage or cutting attacks, the chain is constructed with 14-millimeter, six-sided chain links made of 3t manganese steel to provide the ultimate, strength. The chain is secured to your bike with the New York Disc Lock--designed for total pick, drill, and leverage attack protection with a 15-millimeter hardened MAXPerformance steel shackle and higher security disc-style cylinder. The reinforced anti-drill/pull cylinder protection system is designed with more than one million key variations and a sliding dust cover protects and extends cylinder life. The heavy-duty chain is covered with a durable, protective nylon cover held in place with Hook-n-Loop fasteners to prevent damage to your bike finish. The lock comes with three keys, one that is lighted with a high intensity bulb for convenience after dark. In the off chance that your bike does get nabbed while locked up with the New York Fahgettaboutit, be sure to register for Kryptonite's free $3,750 anti-theft protection coverage.
The Fahgettaboutit Lock comes with one lighted key for convenience after dark.
The Kryptonite security comparison system ranks the varying levels of security offered by their range of locks. The system is designed to help consumers choose the best lock for their needs. The 12-point system begins with (1) being simple, deterrent security and (12) being extreme security. If you live in the suburbs and have a Rottweiler next to your bike or motorcycle, a lock rated a (1) is all you may need. But, if you live in the middle of a city and you want extreme protection--a Kryptonite lock with a rating of 8 to 12 is a better choice.
Kryptonite Anti-Theft Protection:
Anti-theft protection from Kryptonite on Series 2 locks provides up to $3,000 dollars of replacement coverage--should your bike be stolen when using your Kryptonite Series 2 lock. In order to validate this service, you must register for anti-theft protection within 15 days of purchasing your lock. All of the information you need to register for the offer is included in the packaging.
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When the zombie apocalypse comes (and it will), this will be my weapon of choice. I envision myself, biking from town to town, looking for human survivors and wielding this to decapitate the undead as I speed by.
Or, maybe on the way home one night, I come across a couple of street urchins brandishing a blade. I stop, swing my leg off my bike with a cowboy swagger, confidently dangle this tank of a chain and do my best Steven Seagal impersonation by swiftly and gracefully dispatching justice without all the face bloat and over-gelled ponytail-ness of the aging star.
Is this good for locking up a bike? Absolutely. It's not undefeatable. Any thief with an angle grinder and spare time will beat it. The goal is to make it as hard and intimidating as possible. This is intimidating. This is hard. The reports on youtube and other sites show this as taking as much as two and a half minutes to saw through with a grinder. Yep. Even the best ULocks don't last long-- maybe a minute, minute thirty. By comparison, this thing, while heavy and cumbersome, will hold up pretty well, even against the BEST thief tools.
Your bike is always there for the taking by a thief who's well equipped. Just make it harder to get yours than the next guy's. I know, that sounds terrible, but it's reality. Your only other option is a GPS tool. However, some of them are too noticeable and savvy thieves will just destroy them. Waste of money. Besides, if you know your bike's been stolen and is being held at some guy's house in an area known for murdering suburban guys who wear lycra bike shorts, what are you going to do? Go get it? Call the cops? Neither will happen. Either you'll be capped by a gangbanger or you'll fill out police reports that go nowhere. I've been there, I know. (The police thing, not the "being capped by a gangbanger." This is not a posthumous review.)
Just get the best locks you can (preferrably more than one if you care about the bike), and make them earn your bike. And if you're froggy and savvy yourself, hypothetically, you'll spray a little mace on the lock everyday when you leave it and wipe it off when you come back in hopes that some thief has an itchy eye while trying to snatch your goods. NOT THAT I'M RECOMMENDING THIS.
I almost broke my toes on several occasion, when it wiggled itself out of my grasp through its sheer weight and hit the floor. My carbon fiber bike is about the same weight as my friend's steel bike with this monster, and I always fear that it will rip through the bottom of my backpack.
That being said, it probably intimidates any bike thief before they even attempt to break it. I lived in Oakland beside a public high school (go figure what all these little buggers do in their free time. Stealing bikes, that is). At the bike storage area of my building bikes get stolen left and right, but my sweet little ride remained untouched in the eye of the storm, as though it was protected by a spell.
Perfect if you want maximum security, not so if your back is not strong enough to carry it.
The only downside is that it's so strong and bulky that it is hard on my fragile body when lift it into locking position. I can curl about 300 lbs but this thing strains my man-muscles. The keys it comes with are a pleasant touch. For real though, I don't think there's a better lock out there.