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Walmart has Kryptonite Folding Bicycle Lock w/ Transport Bracket on sale for $19.97. Shipping is free with Walmart+ (free trial here) or orders $35 or more.

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  • Locking length: 2' 9"
  • Carrying bracket included
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Kryptonite Security Level 3

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RichardV8013 asked this question on 09-15-2021 at 09:43 AM
09-15-2021 at 09:43 AM
I have a foldylock, which is similar, and I love it. So much more convenient and easier to carry than a U lock. Practically every lock these days is just a deterrent now that there are battery powered angle grinders that can cut through practically anything. But combine this with with an AirTag, park is an area with high visibility, and you have fairly good security IMHO.
09-15-2021 at 09:43 AM
They're good enough for what they are. You could do better, you could do worse.

https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutter/reviews/best-bike-lock/

Good luck!
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Don't skip this lock because of this video. In fact, his mention of the challenge it gave him with a deep false gate is as close as he gets to endorsing the darn thing. This YouTuber basically puts the lie to MOST EVERY LOCK EVER MADE. If it has a key he can pick it.

Truth is, most thieves you're going to deal with for bikes don't have to spend time learning this skill because the brute force methods are so easy and effective when crap like this [youtu.be] is peddled to help "secure" a bike.

The lesson from this video is that you shouldn't buy a $200 lock for a $100 bike. At the same time, a decent foldable or U-lock is probably better than nothing or a zip tie if you're trying to give your bike a fighting chance of staying on the rack for short stints.

Good luck!
Jon
Hello, I'm the Lock Picking Lawyer, and it took me 2 seconds to pick this lock.
I have a foldylock, which is similar, and I love it. So much more convenient and easier to carry than a U lock. Practically every lock these days is just a deterrent now that there are battery powered angle grinders that can cut through practically anything. But combine this with with an AirTag, park is an area with high visibility, and you have fairly good security IMHO.

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Picked up 1. Doesn't seem to be covered under Kryptonite's ATPO program
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Are these any good?
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Are these any good?
I have a foldylock, which is similar, and I love it. So much more convenient and easier to carry than a U lock. Practically every lock these days is just a deterrent now that there are battery powered angle grinders that can cut through practically anything. But combine this with with an AirTag, park is an area with high visibility, and you have fairly good security IMHO.
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This vs. cable type lock, like this one: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Tackli...Method=wpa What do you think? Thanks!
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Hello, I'm the Lock Picking Lawyer, and it took me 2 seconds to pick this lock.
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Hello, I'm the Lock Picking Lawyer, and it took me 2 seconds to pick this lock.
It takes me longer than 2 seconds to use a key
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Quote from Holymolyonacanoli :
Hello, I'm the Lock Picking Lawyer, and it took me 2 seconds to pick this lock.
HAHAHA, I watch this guy on youtube all the time. He breaks these apart in 2 seconds.

Terrible lock
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Before anyone buys this, check this video out:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qA6odz9GmJY
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This vs. cable type lock, like this one: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Tackli...Method=wpa [walmart.com] What do you think? Thanks!
The foldable lock is positioned right in between the flexibility of cable locks and the strength of U-locks. To the point of an earlier post, bicycle locks are really a deterrent. However, a flexible lock should present a much greater barrier than most any cable lock.

A cable lock won't take more than a good pair of diagonal cutters or perhaps a Harbor Freight bolt cutter. For basic "walk away" security cable locks are fine (especially if you live in an area where people have a tendency to leave unlocked bicycles unattended) but otherwise they're not a serious option for securing a bicycle.

The folding lock might get a thief to walk on past in a rack full of cable locked bikes, since those are so easy to overcome.

A lone bicycle strapped to a small tree in an area where bike theft is more common? Well you should either be shopping chains or, just as likely, be ready to buy a lot of bikes (good news, you probably also live in an area with a very hot secondary market in bikes!).

Good luck!
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Before anyone buys this, check this video out:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qA6odz9GmJY
Don't skip this lock because of this video. In fact, his mention of the challenge it gave him with a deep false gate is as close as he gets to endorsing the darn thing. This YouTuber basically puts the lie to MOST EVERY LOCK EVER MADE. If it has a key he can pick it.

Truth is, most thieves you're going to deal with for bikes don't have to spend time learning this skill because the brute force methods are so easy and effective when crap like this [youtu.be] is peddled to help "secure" a bike.

The lesson from this video is that you shouldn't buy a $200 lock for a $100 bike. At the same time, a decent foldable or U-lock is probably better than nothing or a zip tie if you're trying to give your bike a fighting chance of staying on the rack for short stints.

Good luck!
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Are these any good?
They're good enough for what they are. You could do better, you could do worse.

https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutte...bike-lock/

Good luck!
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Before anyone buys this, check this video out:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qA6odz9GmJY
No bicycle lock is safe anymore. Most locks can opened pretty fast with a portable angle grinder. The point these days is to make your bike harder to steal than the ones around it.
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Hello, I'm the Lock Picking Lawyer, and it took me 2 seconds to pick this lock.
This heres the lockpicking laywer*
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