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Cutter Noose N' Shackle 2.0

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Turn your frame, your wheels, and three of your friends' bikes into an impervious fortress with the Cutter Noose N' Shackle 2.0 lock. The heavy-guage steel wire comprising the intimidating, neon green noose is more than a simple theft deterrent, and the bump-proof and pick-proof shackle will have prospective thieves kicking themselves for not having brought along a jackhammer.

  • Includes two custom laser-cut keys, in case you manage to lose one
  • Rotating dust cover keeps the barrel of the shackle free of debris
  • Generous noose length is more than long enough for looping through anything you don't want stolen

Tech Specs

Recommended Use:
locking up your whip
Lock Type:

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Here's what others have to say...

4 5

Great lock

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Hefty, thick, brings piece of mind. I have actually started using this as my wheel to wheel lock and use a super thick 2 inch chain link wrapped in duct tape as my primary lock on my car bike rack. It is easy to carry when community as you just look it around your shoulder.

4 5


  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

A little hefty, but a nice all round lock that I have confidence in

5 5

strong and reliable

The lock is really heavy but when i throw it in my back pack there are no problems. I am able to snuggly lock both of my tires and bike frame up with this lock. I have no issues with it. looks much tougher than anyone elses!

4 5

burly SOB

I was a little hesitant to order this lock just because i've herd that you can pop the cutter locks with a bic pen but i got it any ways and it seems that cutter had changed the design of the lock and can no longer be popped open with a pen i'm really happy with this lock

5 5

Makes my bike feel safe a night

Great to wrap around trees and other things a U lock cant.

2 5

Beefy lock and cable - but at all not functional for bikes

I don't understand how this cable and lock system is even remotely practical for bikes. From a security standpoint, it is super beefy. No one is getting through either the cable or lock. The cable is 1/2" thick and the lock is super solid. But the dimensions of everything are just too weird for everyday use. The cable length is approx. 5 feet which is just long enough for me to secure my bike (running the cable from front to rear wheel and around a small pole) - but just barely. The description says you can secure three of your friends bikes together - not a chance! Second, the cable and lock are ridiculously heavy. And because of the gauge of the cable, it wont coil up neatly like shown in the picture. I got the impression I could toss this system in my backpack when riding around town - and have a quick way to secure my bike. Forget it. I am not exaggerating when I say that the cable feels like a coiled python that fights against you. Another issue I have is with the lock. It opens and closes beautifully, but the size of the U-lock is really small so the only thing that fits inside of the U is each end of the cable.

The only reason I don't give a lower rating on the Cutter Noose N' Shackle 2.0 is because the lock and cable are really secure. I just don't know what you would use them for.

Responded on

couple comments:
you can remove your front wheel to accomodate >1 bike, I am guessing the description was there to indicate a cable through the frame and 1-wheel lock approach. Coiling can be facilitated by some dual sided velcro straps, and about the lock being so small all you can fit is the cable ends,.... that is a good thing. The idea is so you can't wedge addl stuff inside the shackle to leverage the shackle to break it. I give that a thumbs-up