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12/11/2016

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Jonathan R

I always enjoy your blog, please don't let it languish!

Suggest that a lock "long enough to secure both wheels without removing one" would be extremely vulnerable to opening with a standard auto jack. The advantage of smaller-diameter locks is that they are less vulnerable to leverage-based attacks.

User-1

Like the video shows, manufacturing process is important. What would tell me alot about this, is where it's made.

So Made in _ _ _ _ _

Joel Nossoff

Looks interesting.
Manufacturer should include information in the product packaging how to order additional mounting brackets for additional bikes. Also, how to order additional keys. And, a "keyed alike" lock option would be nice for owners of multiple bikes.

Likely suggested elsewhere, but, for commuters who typically park at the same location, leave a lock (or locks) fastened permanently to your parking place (with a sticker with name and phone number) so you don't have to lug it around.

Korina

User-1, I couldn't find a country of manufacture, so I assume China.

Fredrik

Abus Folding Lock line "Bordo" has a very similar design. Bordo Big 6000 folds out to 120 cm(!) and weighs in at 1400 grams. Even more Bordos to satisfy all you folding-lock-nerds here:

https://www.abus.com/eng/Mobile-Security/Bike-Safety-and-Security/Locks/Folding-locks

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