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Good quality bike chain lock that doesn't weigh a ton!

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
Anyone recommend a good one, main thing is I want a light but secure one as carrying around my kryptonite u lock is like having someone sitting in your rucsac!
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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banned#1
I've got one of these, but the key lock type. It wraps around the bar between the seat and the crossbar, neatly.

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.200-1237.aspx
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Foosball Chum
I've got one of these, but the key lock type. It wraps around the bar between the seat and the crossbar, neatly.

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.200-1237.aspx

Thanks for that don't mean to be rude but doesn't look that secure?
#3
light = weak
heavy = strong

No way round it really, until someone discovers a material with the strength of steel but without the weight
banned#4
teambintip
light = weak
heavy = strong

No way round it really, until someone discovers a material with the strength of steel but without the weight


Titanium, but too expensive
banned#5
cycleman
Thanks for that don't mean to be rude but doesn't look that secure?


no the combination one isn't, but the key lock, available instore, is great, and clicks with a resounding and satisfying clunk
#6
Foosball Chum
Titanium, but too expensive


Titanium can't be hardened to anywhere near the same degree as steel can ( unless my memory fails me)


http://www.zyro.co.uk/product_detail.asp?pid=28

£65 sold secure gold - brilliant lock
banned#7
teambintip
Titanium can't be hardened to anywhere near the same degree as steel can ( unless my memory fails me)



Nooooo, but you asked for 'strength' and 'weight' :roll:
#8
teambintip;2975229
Titanium can't be hardened to anywhere near the same degree as steel can ( unless my memory fails me)


http://www.zyro.co.uk/product_detail.asp?pid=28

£65 sold secure gold - brilliant lock


£59.99 at Cycle Gear
#9
£19.99 delivered for a titanium boron alloy steel masterlock

http://www.cyclesportsuk.co.uk/images/locks/main/LKM8291D.jpg

Features:[LIST]
[*] Heavy Duty Titanium Boron Alloy Steel Security Chain offers high cut and pry resistance
[*] 10mm diameter links are a strong deterrent
[*] 1m length ideal for securing one bike
[*] Integrated tumbler cylinder lock for anti-pick and anti-drill resistance, with protective keyway cover for the harshest outdoor conditions
[*] Woven Nylon sleeve protecting the chain from the weather and protecting your bike from scratches
[*] Lifetime Guarantee[/LIST]
#10
I have a couple of these:-

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.203-6751.aspx

Not the lightest thing, either, but maybe a reasonable compromise between the weight of your shackle lock, and something lighter.
#11
To be honest, the kryptonite is the best lock you're going to get anywhere, yes, it's heavy but that's because it's damn good at what it does, can you not find a bracket for it to lug it around on your bike?
#12
Foosball Chum
Nooooo, but you asked for 'strength' and 'weight' :roll:


I didn't ask for anything. And the stupid patronising rolling eyes aren't really necessary

I said "until someone discovers a material with the strength of steel but without the weight" which titanium definately is not

Edit - nearly forgot :roll::roll::roll::roll:
#13
Thanks everyone for the comments:thumbsup:

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