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Kryptonite 12mm Key Cable Bicycle Lock EXPIRED

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Walmart has Kryptonite 12mm Key Cable Bicycle Lock (Black) on clearance for $4.96. Select free curbside pickup to save on shipping, otherwise, free shipping on orders $35 or more or w/ Walmart+ Membership [Free Trial]

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About the Product
  • 12mm vinyl coated braided steel cable for greater cut resistance
  • Vinyl coating helps prevent scratching and wear and tear on your bike
  • Cable length: 6'
  • Key Safe Program: Kryptonite will ship your first 2 keys for free, globally, in the event you lose them
  • Kryptonite Security Level 3
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  • Includes a lifetime warranty w/ purchase

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  • Price Research: Purchase this unit today and save $11 Off (68.92% Savings) from the original list price of $15.96
  • This item is made with flexible steel and features a vinyl covering to protect your bike against scratches. This security cable lock comes with two keys and a lock transport bracket
  • Item must be sold/shipped by Walmart
  • Offer valid while promotion last
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If you don't want your bike to be stolen, get either a U-Lock or heavy chain with a equally heavy duty u-shaped lock/shackle.

The minimum thickness I would use for a chain lock is 10mm, though 12mm is about the thickest you can go before it gets too heavy to be considered portable. At that level of thickness, you'll need a portable angle grinder in which case no thickness of lock will be able to stop it though it will make a heck of a lot of noise.

For U-Locks, I would get at least 14mm or ideally 16mm or more. U-locks are easier to cut with an angle grinder vs chain due to the chain links flopping all over the place.

Basically know that if a thief is determined, they'll get your bike, but the purpose of the lock is to deter crimes of opportunity or to make your bike harder to steal than the bike next to yours. If you live in a high crime area, I would recommend using two locks and make sure to lock according to value (eg. lock the frame first, then rear tire then front tire, etc) and make sure that whatever you're locked to is solid and can't be removed.

Another tip is if you lock to a bike rack, check to see if there is any colored tape. Bike thieves will pre-cut the bike rack and cover the hole with tape and then later slide your bike out from the hole.
Because it stops unprepared dishonest people and slows down prepared dishonest people.
For 5 bucks not a bad deal. Some people only need minor deterrent. Not everyone lives in a crime happy area.

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Don't trust this style of lock to anything you want to actually keep. Bolt cutters go through in a second.
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Don't trust this style of lock to anything you want to actually keep. Bolt cutters go through in a second.
For 5 bucks not a bad deal. Some people only need minor deterrent. Not everyone lives in a crime happy area.
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For 5 bucks not a bad deal. Some people only need minor deterrent. Not everyone lives in a crime happy area.
Locks only keep out honest people, if someone wants what you have and is determined to get it it's gone.
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Locks only keep out honest people, if someone wants what you have and is determined to get it it's gone.
If that is the case, why use a bike lock at all? 🙄
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If that is the case, why use a bike lock at all? 🙄
Because it stops unprepared dishonest people and slows down prepared dishonest people.
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If that is the case, why use a bike lock at all? 🙄
Because that deterrent will stop the 14 year old kid that is making a silly mistake. Nothing is going to stop the guys in panel vans with air compressors or generators inside them, they're professionals.
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love him. question is would he pick it or use a ratchetting handheld cable cutter. in either case i doubt he'd recommend this one : }
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I have this lock. I agree it would be easy to cut and I would never rely on it in a situation where professional thieves prey on bikes. But when transporting my bike, it's very helpful to use on the bike rack as an extra safety measure in case the bike ever came loose and provide minimal protection if I need to make a quick stop somewhere.

I'm never staying overnight in a hotel trusting this to protect my bike. In that case the bike(s) come inside.
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Don't trust this style of lock to anything you want to actually keep. Bolt cutters go through in a second.
I have a very similar lock that I've used for 20 years. I have never lived in a high crime area. This keeps a drunk opportunist, rebellious teenager, etc., from riding off with my bike while I'm having dinner or whatever, nothing more.
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This lock has some uses. Securing a bike is not one of them.
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