Reddit Reddit reviews Kryptonite New York LS Heavy Duty Bicycle U Lock Bike Lock

We found 3 Reddit comments about Kryptonite New York LS Heavy Duty Bicycle U Lock Bike Lock. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Kryptonite New York LS Heavy Duty Bicycle U Lock Bike Lock
16mm hardened MAX-PERFORMANCE STEEL SHACKLE resists bolt cutters and leverage attacksPatented*HARDENED STEEL SLEEVE over crossbar for double securityDOUBLE DEADBOLT locking for extensive holding powerHIGH SECURITY DISC-STYLE CYLINDERCenter keyway defends against leverage attacksProtective vinyl coatingSLIDING DUSTCOVER protects and extends cylinder life3 STAINLESS STEEL KEYS– one lighted with high intensity LED BULB & REPLACEABLE BATTERYKey Safe ProgramProduct dimensions: 4” x 10.25” (10.2cm x 26cm)16mm hardened MAX-Performance steel shackle resists bolt cutters and leverage attacksPatented*hardened steel sleeve over crossbar for double securityDouble deadbolt locking for extensive holding powerHigh security disc-style cylinderCenter keyway defends against leverage attacksProtective vinyl coatingSliding dustcover protects and extends cylinder life3 stainless steel keys – one lighted with high intensity LED bulb & replaceable batteryKey Safe Program
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3 Reddit comments about Kryptonite New York LS Heavy Duty Bicycle U Lock Bike Lock:

u/dnorm00 · 3 pointsr/boostedscooters

for those concerned with locking it up outside...a few pro tips:

  1. Use a kryptonite New York U lock. Decent amount of choices in that line...I use this one: extra long heavy duty u lock
  2. For extra protection also use a disc brake lock, the one i use is here: Kryptonite Disc Brake Lock
  3. Strap a loud ass alarm to it. I have this one, and can tell you it will deter someone from trying to mess with the above two heavy duty locks...It's absurdly loud, even by busy NYC street standards: absurdly loud, remote lockable alarm
  4. Lock it in areas with consistent street traffic and doubly confirm the structure you are locking to is firmly in place
u/Kazyole · 3 pointsr/bicycling

How big of a lock would you need?

I'm a fan of the Kryptonite New York series personally. They're super heavy duty...I can't imagine cutting through one...There's a 4x8 and a 4x10.25

I use the 4x8 to lock my frame and back wheel, and one of these bad boys to lock my front wheel to the frame.

It's overkill...I know...but I'm in New York.

Amazon is actually very reasonably priced on all of those by the way...if you're looking to order online.

u/GermanNewToCA · 1 pointr/ebikes

The Kryptonite I use is a U-lock. Pretty heavy duty and heavy.

The cable is to lock the wheels and seat, not the bike itself. The bike is locked by the U-Lock.

Trackr is just Bluetooth based. I work too far away from my bike. I was thinking more along the lines of a TK102-2 (original) with an iOT Sim. There is also a satellite based one: Spot Trace. Costs $100/year in service in addition to the device and sends a ping every 5 minutes.