Master Lock Street Cuffs
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- 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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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 $10. refund. i was very happy with the win-win resolution to this small complaint.
I'm not a big believer in cables since any pair of 2$ 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?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Key felt weak in the lock. Afraid with use key would break off in lock. Cuffs very heavy,which is guess they should be to keep from being compromised.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Wish the barrel was smaller so I could chain the misses to the bedpost before I go to the bar.Published 3 months ago by joetrott
If you buy this lock, I'd highly recommend you also buy the Black & Decker RTX-B 3-Speed RTX Rotary Tool Kit (only $38) which is what you'll need to use when the lock eventually... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Book Mama
best looking and most secure lock i have ever onwed ,i will never buy a different bike lock ,street cuff 4 life .Published 8 months ago by AC474
I'm still reviewing and deciding to keep. The cuff had a tough time around a standard bike stand in Washington, DC. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sundragon
These are virtually indestructible. All those reviews that say its hard to open or cant open are not very true. You have to do it RIGHT or it wont work. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Roland
These masterwork cuffs are not in as one of the cuffs is very loose at the cuffs arm connecting pivot point and this is unsatisfactory as they are not very secure for using on my... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Stephen james Altimas
No one is taking my bike with this. I live in Calif and no, not LA so I don't need something bomb proof. Read morePublished 9 months ago by S D Pool