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ONGUARD Brute STD U-Lock, 4.37 x 7.96-Inch
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- X4P Quattro Locking Mechanism for four sided protection
- Longer 111 x 202mm (4.37x7.96”) TriRadius shackle
- Security Rating: 97
- Snap Lock Quick Release multi- position mounting bracket 5 laser cut keys (1 micro-light and 4 extra grip keys); Micro-light key projects a bright white beam
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|Item Dimensions||3 x 8 x 11 inches|
|Item Display Weight||2.5 pounds|
|Model Name||BRUTE SERIES STD|
|Shipping Weight||4.3 pounds|
|Size||4.37 x 7.96-Inch|
X4P Quattro Locking Mechanism for four sided protection, longer 111 x 202mm (4.37x7.96”). TriRadius shackle provides more locking options. Perfect for power sport applications. Shackle Dimensions: (W x H x Diameter) 111mm x 202mm (4.37” x 7.96”) x 16.8mm (0.66”).Shackle Dimensions: (W x H x Diameter) 111mm x 202mm (4.37” x 7.96”) x16.8mm (0.66”).
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This is beefy, heavy and maybe a bit overkill . . . just what I wanted! High visibility yellow and black, it screams, "move-on to something else." The lock came with several keys, including one that had an L.E.D. flashlight built into it. The instructions recommended using WD-40 or something similar to lube the lock before use. I did so, and any initial grittiness went away, the lock functions smoothly and lock/unlocks with ease. The lock has a covering if sorts to protect the bike paint. It also has a connection for attaching to the bike when the lock is not in use. This attachment seemed a bit wimpy for this substantial lock, so I don't use it. I simply attach it to the rear rack or carry it in a backpack while riding.
Recommended. I sleep soundly again.
If you're living in an area with a lot of bike theft, this is a fine choice. If you don't have such worries, then this might be overkill. Perhaps you should shop for one of Onguard's lighter u-locks with a smaller dia shackle.
One thing that concerns me is the lock mechanism. It doesn't key open with a smooth action like you find in finely machined parts (ABUS locks). I did hit it with some grease but the action remains crude.
I live in Eugene, OR. Per capita, bike theft capital of the world. My last bike was stolen, the braided cable lock cut, so I took my time selecting a new lock for my new bike. This one is it.
Beastly. This thing has stood up to multiple theft attempts. Saws have only managed to scratch the rubber finish. The only damage that's managed to stick, is that thieves have been trying to chisel off the case around the locking mechanism, and that has been dented by a couple attempts to pop it off.
I have a road bike and this is large enough to lock through a rim and your frame; barely enough to lock through both rims and your frame if you take off the front one.
Heavy and bulky. Carry it in a bag as the mounting bracket supplied is a piece of junk (that wore off my finish on my frame).
If you don't mind the bulk, this is the best lock for the money I've found. I'll be getting a Brute Mini to double up while I'm downtown.
Negatives: the parts are not very nicely made and you can tell when you use the lock or the key. It says to put some WD-40 in before use. It's not problematic so far, and I don't think it will be, but it's not as nicely made as the Kryptonite. The rubber coating on the outside shows that too. The injection molding is obvious. But these are more aesthetic things, and I knew when I purchased it.
Overall, I highly recommend this lock!
It looks like a gnarly lock, and it feels like one too - not the lightest thing to carry around. For the most part, I've found it easier to carry it in a bag rather than attach it to my frame and hope it doesn't slide around or scratch my bike. I'm pretty sure that it could be used as a weapon. I feel like I am as safe as my bicycle when I carry this thing.
So far, the lock has worked well - unlike some other U-locks I've had, the locking mechanism has stayed pretty dry through foul weather, and it didn't freeze up in below 0F temperatures. It's also large enough that I can lock my frame and front wheel to standard bike racks, and can easily lock the frame to street signs and small trees in less ideal situations.
It's also nice that it comes with like five million keys (ok, just five, I think.) I've had problems losing U-lock keys in the past, and it's helpful to have a few backups.