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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great gear for lite urban security This was a perfect choice. I ride a light-weight road bike built for speed, not errands, so I don't have any convenient place on my bike or body for a standard lock and cable. The Hiplok is perfect for those occasional outings (with my Scouts) when I will be taking breaks away from my bike for road-side attractions, zoos, put-put, etc. It lies unobtrusively flat against my torso, converts quickly from belt to lock (and back), and the nylon covering also conveniently protects the beautifully finished surfaces of my ride.
Date published: 2016-01-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good , sturdy lock Decent lock, looks solid ,not to heavy. I primarily chose it among 10 other locks because it's the only lock you can wrap it around and carry it like a belt without too much annoyance . I do like that feature because I hate all the clutter on the bike like bags ,lock carriers etc. The downsides the lock is kind a short and provides medium security I would like also to have better locking mechanism but considering that all locks can be broken it works ok for me . Still I would not leave my bike with this lock overnight or more than an hour away from my sight . It is just a good lock for the price and very convenient to carry.
Date published: 2017-08-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Light and convenient I purchased this lock after using a friend's Hiplok and I love it. It's light and easy to either carry on your waist or your bike frame which is awesome, so you don't need to mount it like the solid U-locks or use a backpack. my only issue is that it is a bit short and depending on the thickness of your bike frame and what your locking it onto the lock can be a bit tight.
Date published: 2016-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very versatile, light, and secure lock I did a lot of research on bike locks and ended up with this one. Tools thieves use: cable cutters, bolt cutters (for chains and u-locks), and portable angle grinders for anything bigger, at least from what I could gather. I wanted a good lock that someone couldn't cut with bolt cutters or cable cutters. I have a couple of very expensive bikes that I don't leave locked up for more than a few minutes to an hour, always during daytime, always in a highly visible area, and what I hope are areas that are not really a targets for a pro with a portable grinder. And if someone is determined enough to carry a portable grinder than not much i can do anyway except get a beater bike I don't care about, which I don't have room to store. I wanted to be able to take one of my existing bikes for errands in the neighborhood, and longer rides when i stop to eat or go into a store, and the occasional commute into San Francisco (work and leisure). I have a u-lock but don't use it. it always requires a bag (i always lose the frame holders for them), and it is always a pain to lock up the bike given the tight spaces I end up having to use, especially a problem if there are only street lamps or posts that are too large to use a u-lock on, forcing me to park my bike out of sight on a bike rack down the street. That led me to gravitate towards a chain lock. Some (including the 1.50 version of this one) were heavy duty enough to scare off anyone for sure with bolt cutters, but again, anyone with several minutes of free time and an angle grinder can get through even some of the beefiest locks anyway and the beefier ones are too ridiculously heavy to carry. This hiplock was perfect. I can wear it around my hip (no bag needed), and it wraps around a variety of objects to lock my bike up, offering more security than a cable lock, more flexibility and security than a u-lock, and easier to carry than just about anything. Basically, I am now more likely to use my bike more for errands and commuting than driving or using the U-Lock. I did compare this side by side with the 1.50 for quite a while in an REI store, and even though the 1.50 fit comfortably, it was just heavy enough and expensive enough for me to take my chances on the lighter one. I would have been happy with either I think. The extra weight on the 1.50 was noticeable while holding it, but not really noticeable once you were wearing it. Hopefully this lock stands the test of time and thieves.
Date published: 2014-03-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this lock I forgot I was wearing it while riding. Surprised because it felt a bit heavy in my hands. Very easy to put on and take off. I definitely prefer this over he other lock styles.
Date published: 2017-03-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from nice design I bought this for a secondary lock..i like the wearability feature..The order was filled correctly..The lock looks very solid
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from like the adaptable lock Seems very heavy duty..I like the reflective property also while wearing it..
Date published: 2017-04-18
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Questions & Answers

how many keys come with this?  And are they the type of key that I can get duplicated? (going to use as a gate lock, not a bike lock)

Asked by: laila
This item includes 3 keys. We are unable to verify if they can be duplicated; we encourage you to contact the manufacturer directly.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-09-03
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