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Heavy Duty Bike Lock Chain Lock with 5-Digit Resettable Number Combination $11.89 AC FS with orders over $49 @ Amazon

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Found what looks to be a pretty sturdy chain lock for bike or other uses. Figured I post it since there are usually bike deals around here too.

Price is currently $16.98 but if you use Code NDOMSV3C it brings it down to $11.89. There are also other offers if you buy multiple on the special offers portion of the product description.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B011NX8...GNNZ41K8CU

Hope this helps a few people out. Its gotten great reviews on Amazon 4.5 out of 186 reviews.
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F on fakespot..
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F on fakespot..
Its a lock, what could be fake about it? Not to mention all those positive reviews, from verified buyers.

It probably got a fakespot F cause its probably made in China.

Overall since its a lock and it functions like a lock, its a pretty good deal, since most locks are $15-$25 of this type.

Just noticed one of the negatives it listed on Fake spot was, that reviewers used the word "LOCK" constantly, LOL. Its a bike Lock great to use a word that describes a item such as a LOCK.
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This Masterlock (known brand) from Home Depot (known supplier) is $12.86 regular price and just as "heavy duty".http://www.homedepot.com/p/Master.../206828332
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Quote from jeff34270 View Post :
This Masterlock (known brand) from Home Depot (known supplier) is $12.86 regular price and just as "heavy duty".http://www.homedepot.com/p/Master.../206828332
Thanks! And no "coupon" required either.
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Quote from jeff34270 View Post :
This Masterlock (known brand) from Home Depot (known supplier) is $12.86 regular price and just as "heavy duty".http://www.homedepot.com/p/Master.../206828332
Thats only a 4 combo lock, and also more expensive. This is a lock they are all made the same way for the most part. Its like comparing a hammer from a no name brand to a hammer from a known brand. Either will get the job done and either will be just as efficient. The only difference is you pay more for one than the other. In the end ALL chain locks can be cut with bolt cutters.

Unfortunately a 4 combo lock is a lot easier to crack then a 5 combo though. Which makes this one a better deal.
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Thanks! And no "coupon" required either.
Quote from jeff34270 View Post :
This Masterlock (known brand) from Home Depot (known supplier) is $12.86 regular price and just as "heavy duty".http://www.homedepot.com/p/Master.../206828332
Master lock products are made in china/mexico/ and Milwaukee. You probably picked up a lock from the same place this one is made, but its less secure since its only a 4 digit combo and rebranded.
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PSA: don't buy a cheap lock as a theft deterrent...especially for an expensive bicycle...get a lock that is very troublesome to thieves, and also learn how to properly secure your bicycle (so many do it wrong)...they are going to steal a bicycle, but they will move on to easier targets...
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Third picture down on the product post has text below:

"Pipeline is made of frosted matte, non-toxic tasteless environmental PVC material, which is in Compliance with EU environmental requirements"

Well damn, I want my pipeline to have a salty taste!
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Quote from snafufubarpita View Post :
PSA: don't buy a cheap lock as a theft deterrent...especially for an expensive bicycle...get a lock that is very troublesome to thieves, and also learn how to properly secure your bicycle (so many do it wrong)...they are going to steal a bicycle, but they will move on to easier targets...
Any recommendation? Thanks.
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Thats only a 4 combo lock, and also more expensive. This is a lock they are all made the same way for the most part. Its like comparing a hammer from a no name brand to a hammer from a known brand. Either will get the job done and either will be just as efficient. The only difference is you pay more for one than the other. In the end ALL chain locks can be cut with bolt cutters.

Unfortunately a 4 combo lock is a lot easier to crack then a 5 combo though. Which makes this one a better deal.
Also, the Amazon lock has a foot longer cable and is slightly thicker diameter.
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Quote from PeteyTheStriker View Post :
You probably picked up a lock from the same place this one is made, but its less secure since its only a 4 digit combo and rebranded.
Angle grinders / lopper don't care about your puny digits and brands.

Wouldn't trust my bike with it for any more then a 3 minute grocery stop, and even that's kinda iffy.
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Any recommendation? Thanks.
Yes, OnGuard Brute...it's amazing
https://www.amazon.com/OnGuard-Br...B008B9D0NG
Use it as main lock for frame to post. Can use cheaper u-lock for backup (master lock u-lock is fine), for front wheel to frame. Trust and believe a two u-lock setup such as this will have them saying to themselves "oh no, nuh uh...next" bounce
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Quote from snafufubarpita View Post :
Yes, OnGuard Brute...it's amazing
https://www.amazon.com/OnGuard-Br...B008B9D0NG
Use it as main lock for frame to post. Can use cheaper u-lock for backup (master lock u-lock is fine), for front wheel to frame. Trust and believe a two u-lock setup such as this will have them saying to themselves "oh no, nuh uh...next" bounce
Thank you.
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I own this one's brother and Heavy Duty is a lie. This is good for cheap bikes and for fast pit stops where you won't have your bike out of sight long in an area not prone to theft.

It is not a heavy or thick cable, but is better than nothing. I keep mine wrapped around my seat post.
The price is not awesome, but okay. The lock is a bit finicky, requiring perfect alignment of the numbers/tumblers - a good thing.
Sloppy attempts in a hurry would not likely yield trial and error cracking. Any true bike thief would just cut the cable in one second. My bike is a $200 Schwinn. I would never trust a high dollar bike to the likes of this.
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