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OTTO OTTOLOCK Cinch 30in Combo Lock


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Grab and go.

When you're just pedaling down to the corner store for a quick snack, don't break your back by bringing along a monstrous chain lock. Instead, whip out the Otto OttoLock Cinch 30in Combo Lock for compact, lightweight, yet reliable protection. 

More secure than a cable lock and much lighter than a U-lock, the OttoLock Cinch is designed for short-stop security and protection against theft opportunists.  A multi-layer steel and Kevlar band design makes it extremely cut-resistant against conventional theft tools like wire or bolt cutters, while the Santoprene plastic and Cerakote paint won't scuff up or damage your frame's finish. The resettable three-digit combo code is easily customized to your own personal number, while the coiled design and extremely low weight lets you stow this lock in your saddle bag, backpack, or even your pocket easily.

  • Compact, lightweight bike lock for quick-stop security
  • Kevlar, steel, and plastic make for a cut-resistant design
  • Three-digit combo code customizes your password
  • Coils down to 3 inches for easy storage and transport

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Santoprene plastic, [paint] Cerakote
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Handy...Easily picked

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This is a very handy lock. But it is easily picked with a shim to push the teeth back that look into place on the strap. Similar to opening a zip tie without cutting it. There's a video on YouTube of it being done. The manufacturer likes to focus on the strength of the strap in their advertising, which is cleverly directing you away from it's flaw. Use the lock, but don't go very far for very long.