Sold Secure Gold bike locks: The List

At the bottom of this page you’ll find a long list of Sold Secure Gold bike locks. U-locks, chains and folding locks, they’re all here! But first, just in case you don’t know who Sold Secure are or what they do…

Sold Secure is an independent, non-profit organisation based in the UK. They test and certify locks to make it easier to compare the security levels between different types and brands.

The Sold Secure Lab
No lock gets out of here alive: the Sold Secure workshop!

Manufacturers can submit their locks to Sold Secure who will try to defeat them using a wide range of different tools and techniques.

They then classify each lock according to the amount of time it took to defeat it, with three available classifications: Bronze, Silver and Gold.

Sold Secure Gold, Silver and Bronze ratings

In the past, Sold Secure stated that a Bronze rating was for locks that could withstand “a minute with basic tools”, a Silver rating was for locks that could resist for “three minutes with a wider selection of tools” and Gold was for locks that lasted “five minutes with a sophisticated array of tools”.

However, they have since removed this quite specific classification from their website, preferring this much vaguer guidance:

  • Gold rated locks “offer the highest level of security”
  • Silver rated locks “offer a compromise between security and cost”
  • Bronze rated locks “offer defense against the opportunist thief”

While there has been some criticism of their testing techniques and the resulting classifications, there are number of very good reasons that we should use their ratings when choosing the best lock for our bikes:

  1. Their tools and methods are standardised. So you can compare the ratings of different locks with confidence
  2. They use inside information from the police and insurers to keep their tools and methods up to date
  3. Many insurance policies specify that you must use a Sold Secure rated lock
  4. Of all the independent testers, they classify by far the widest range of locks
  5. The purpose of the organisation is to test locks. They know what they’re doing.

All this means that the Sold Secure rating system is the easiest and most accurate way to judge the security of a bike lock.

But how do you know which rating you need? It depends on your own risk level. And this can be difficult to judge. However, I recommend you answer the questions in the table below:

Sold Secure Gold or Silver: which do you need?

QuestionsHigh RiskLower Risk
Where do you live?Big town, city or university campusSmall town or village
Does your bike attract second looks?YesNo
How long do you leave your bike unattended?More than 1 hourLess than 1 hour
Your lock security rating should be:Sold Secure GoldSold Secure Silver

If two or more of your answers put you in the “High Risk” column, you should seriously consider a Sold Secure Gold rated lock. Whereas if two or more of your answers put you in “Lower Risk” column you could possibly get away with a Sold Secure Silver lock.

I don’t recommend Sold Secure Bronze locks at all because I don’t feel they give enough protection.

So how can you find locks with a Sold Secure Gold rating?

Well, you can find a complete list of Sold Secure locks (and other security items) on their website. But it’s not very user friendly.

So I provide a list of the best Sold Secure Gold bike locks here. If you click on the names of the locks in the table, you’ll be taken to Amazon where you can further compare prices and reviews. These are affiliate links.

Sold Secure Gold bike locks

 ModelThicknessWeightCans of
coke
weight
HeightWidth
Kryptonite Fahgettaboudit MiniKryptonite New York
Fahgettaboudit Mini
18 mm4.55 lb
(2.06 kg)
5.56.0"
(15.3 cm)
3.25"
(8.3 cm)
Kryptonite New York M18 WLKryptonite New York
Lock M18-WL
18 mm6.1 lb
(2.76 kg)
710.3"
(26.1 cm)
3.9 "
(10.3 cm)
Kryptonite New York StandardKryptonite New York
Lock Standard
16 mm4.35 lb
(1.97 kg)
58.0"
(20.3 cm)
4.0"
(10.2 cm)
Kryptonite Evolution Series 4Kryptonite Evolution
Series 4 Standard
14 mm3.75 lb
(1.70 kg)
4.59.0"
(22.9 cm)
4.0"
(10.2 cm)
Kryptonite Evolution Series 4 LSKryptonite Evolution
Series 4 LS
14 mm4.10 lb
(1.86 kg)
511.5"
(29.2 cm)
4.0"
(10.2 cm)
Kryptonite New-U Evolution Mini 5Kryptonite New-U
Evolution Mini-5
13 mm2.65 lb
(1.20 kg)
3.55.5"
(14 cm)
3.25"
(8.3 cm)
Kryptonite New-U Evolution Mini 7Kryptonite New-U Evolution
Mini-7 with Flex
13 mm3.55 lb
(1.61 kg)
57"
(17.8 cm)
3.25"
(8.3 cm)
Kryptonite New-U Evolution Mini 9Kryptonite New-U
Evolution Mini-9
13 mm3.15 lb
(1.43 kg)
4.59.5"
(24.1 cm)
3.25"
(8.3 cm)
OnGuard Brute STD 8001OnGuard Brute
STD
16.8 mm4.17 lb
(1.86 kg)
57.96"
(20.2 cm)
4.53"
(11.5 cm)
OnGuard Brute LS 8000OnGuard Brute
LS
16.8 mm5.07 lb
(2.3 kg)
610.24"
(26 cm)
4.37"
(11.1 cm)
OnGuard Pitbull STD 8003OnGuard Pitbull
STD
14 mm3.55 lb
(1.61 kg)
49.0"
(22.9 cm)
4.53"
(11.5 cm)
OnGuard Pitbull LS 8002OnGuard Pitbull
LS
14 mm3.9 lb
(1.77 kg)
4.511.5"
(29.2 cm)
4.53"
(11.5 cm)
OnGuard Pitbull Mini 8006OnGuard Pitbull
Mini
14 mm2.54 lb
(1.15 kg)
35.52"
(14 cm)
3.55"
(9 cm)
Abus Granit Extreme 59Abus Granit Extreme 5916 mm6.39 lb
(2.90 kg)
810.24"
(26 cm)
4.37"
(11.1 cm)
Abus Granit X-Plus 54 MiniAbus Granit X Plus 54 Mini13 mm2.65 lb
(1.20 kg)
35.51"
(14 cm)
4.25"
(10.8 cm)
Abus Granit X-Plus 540Abus GRANIT X Plus 540
230
13 mm3.20 lb
(1.45 kg)
3.59.0"
(23 cm)
4.25"
(10.8 cm)
Abus Granit X-Plus 540 300Abus GRANIT X Plus 540
300
13 mm3.65 lb
(1.656 kg)
412.0"
(30 cm)
4.25"
(10.8 cm)
Abus uGrip Plus 501Abus uGrip Plus 50113 mm3.64 lb
(1.65 kg)
48.86"
(22.5 cm)
3.74"
(9.5 cm)
Abus Mini 401 YellowAbus U-mini 401 Yellow14 mm2.34 lb
(1.06 kg)
2.55.71"
(14.5 cm)
3.15"
(8.0 cm)
Abus Super Ultimate 430 9"Abus Super Ultimate 430 9"14 mm3.30 lb
(1.50 kg)
49.05"
(23.0 cm)
4.65"
(11.8 cm)
Abus Super Ultimate 430 11"Abus Super Ultimate 430 11"14 mm3.97 lb
(1.80 kg)
511.81"
(30.0 cm)
4.65"
(11.8 cm)
Hiplok DXHiplok DX14 mm2.76 lb
(1.25 kg)
3.56.0"
(15.0 cm)
3.5"
(8.5 cm)
Hiplok DXCHiplok DXC14 mm2.98 lb
(1.35 kg)
3.56.0"
(15.0 cm)
3.5"
(8.5 cm)
MasterLock 8195DMasterLock 8195D16 mm3.13 lb
(1.42 kg)
3.58.27"
(21 cm)
4.33"
(11 cm)
Squire Eiger 230Squire Eiger 23013 mm3.20 lb
(1.45 kg)
3.59.06"
(23 cm)
4.13"
(10.5 cm)
Squire Eiger CompactSquire Eiger Compact13 mm2.34 lb
1.06 kg
2.55.7"
(14.5 cm)
3.27"
(8.3 cm)
Squire Hammerhead 230Squire Hammerhead 230

13 mm3.86 lb
(1.75 kg)
4.59.06"
(23 cm)
3.94"
(10 cm)
Squire Hammerhead 290Squire Hammerhead 29013 mm4.12 lb
(1.87 kg)
511.42"
(29 cm)
3.94"
(10 cm)
Kryptonite New York Fahgettaboudit Chain 1415Kryptonite New York
Fahgettaboudit Chain 1410
14 mm10.80 lb
(4.90 kg)
12.539.0"
(100 cm)
Kryptonite New York Fahgettaboudit Chain 1415Kryptonite New York
Fahgettaboudit Chain 1415
14 mm15.25 lb
(6.92 kg)
17.560.0"
(150 cm)
Kryptonite New York Chain 1217Kryptonite New York
Chain 1210
12 mm8.65 lb
(3.92 kg)
1039.0"
(100 cm)
Kryptonite New York Chain 1217Kryptonite New York
Chain 1217
12 mm13.15 lb
(5.96 kg)
15.567.0"
(170 cm)
Kryptonite New York Noose 1275Kryptonite New York
Noose 1275
12 mm6.95 lb
(3.15 kg)
830.0"
(75 cm)
Kryptonite New York Noose 1275Kryptonite New York
Noose 1213
12 mm10.55 lb
(4.79 kg)
12.551.0"
(130 cm)
Kryptonite Evolution series 4 1016Kryptonite Evolution
Series 4 1055
Mini Integrated Chain
10 mm4.40 lbs
(2.00 kg)
521.5"
(55 cm)
Kryptonite Evolution series 4 1016Kryptonite Evolution
Series 4 1090
Integrated Chain
10 mm6.10 lb
(2.77 kg)
735.5"
(90 cm)
Kryptonite Evolution series 4 1016Kryptonite Evolution
Series 4 1016
Integrated Chain
10 mm9.70 lb
(4.40 kg)
11.563.0"
(160 cm)
OnGuard 8019L MastiffOnGuard Mastiff 801910 mm6.7 lb
(3.04 kg)
843.0"
(110 cm)
OnGuard 8019L MastiffOnGuard Mastiff 8019L10 mm10.5 lb
(4.76 kg)
1272.0"
(183 cm)
Abus Granit CityChain X-Plus 1060/140Abus Granit CityChain
X-Plus 1060 85
10 mm4.63 lb
(2.1 kg)
5.533.0"
(85 cm)
Abus Granit CityChain X-Plus 1060/140Abus Granit CityChain
X-Plus 1060 110
10 mm5.84 lb
(2.65 kg)
743.0"
(110 cm)
Abus Granit CityChain X-Plus 1060/140Abus Granit CityChain
X-Plus 1060 140
10 mm7.19 lb
(3.26 kg)
8.555.0"
(140 cm)
Abus Granit CityChain X-Plus 1060/140Abus Granit CityChain
X-Plus 1060 170
10 mm8.27 lb
(3.75 kg)
9.567.0"
(170 cm)
Abus Ivy Chain 9100Abus Ivy Chain 9100 8510 mm5.4 lb
(2.45 kg)
6.533.0"
(85 cm)
Abus Ivy Chain 9100Abus Ivy Chain 9100 11010 mm6.4 lb
(2.9 kg)
7.543.0"
(110 cm)
Abus Ivy Chain 9100Abus Ivy Chain 9100 14010 mm8.49 lb
(3.85 kg)
1055.0"
(140 cm)
Abus Ivy Chain 9100Abus Ivy Chain 9100 17010 mm10.69 lb
(4.85 kg)
12.567.0"
(170 cm)
Abus Granit CityChain X-Plus 1060/140Abus CityChain 1010 859 mm4.3 lb
(1.95 kg)
533.0"
(85 cm)
Abus Granit CityChain X-Plus 1060/140Abus CityChain 1010 1109 mm5.29 lb
(2.4 kg)
643.0"
(110 cm)
Abus Granit CityChain X-Plus 1060/140Abus CityChain 1010 1409 mm6.04 lb
(2.74 kg)
755.0"
(140 cm)
Abus Granit CityChain X-Plus 1060/140Abus CityChain 1010 1709 mm7.45 lb
(3.38 kg)
8.567.0"
(170 cm)
Hiplok GoldHiplok GOLD10 mm5.3 lb
(2.4 kg)
633.5"
(85 cm)
Hiplok HomieHiplok Homie10 mm10.14 lb
(4.6 kg)
1359"
(150 cm)
Abus Bordo Granit X-plus 6500Abus Bordo GRANIT X Plus 65005.5 mm3.48 lb
(1.58 kg)
433.5"
(85 cm)
LitelokLitelok2.47 lb
(1.12 kg)
329"
(74 cm)
2.5"
(6.5 cm)

At this point you may have a couple of questions:

1. Are all Sold Secure Gold locks as secure as each other?

No, not at all. The easiest way to tell the difference is to look at the “Thickness” column in the table above. Generally, the thicker the lock, the more secure it will be.

2. This list is missing some very secure locks. Why?

For a lock to be rated by Sold Secure, it must be submitted by the manufacturer. And there’s plenty of really good locks that are either never submitted or have not been submitted yet. But that doesn’t mean they’re not Sold Secure “standard”.

Off the top of my head:

  • OnGuard Brute Mini U-lock
  • Kryptonite New York Legend Chain
  • OnGuard Beast Chain

These are all Sold Secure Gold “standard” bike locks that don’t have a Sold Secure Gold rating.

If you want to see which locks would most likely be granted a Gold rating if they were submitted to Sold Secure, you can use the manufacturers own ratings on the U-lock comparison and chain lock comparison pages:

If a lock without Sold Secure certification has the same manufacturer rating as a lock with certification, it’s most likely Sold Secure “standard”.

If you need more help choosing the best bike lock, follow my simple 3 step guide that guarantees you’ll pick the right lock for both you and your bicycle.

More questions? Let me know below…

 

38 thoughts on “Sold Secure Gold bike locks: The List

  • January 18, 2017 at 6:21 am
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    Can you tell me which of the Sold Secure Gold u-locks comes with a bike mount or has one available?

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    • January 18, 2017 at 6:37 am
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      Hi Edward,

      I think all the u-locks come with a mounting bracket except the Kryptonite Fahgettaboudit, Kryptonite New York M18-WL, the Abus Yellow mini and the OnGuard Brute LS.

      I hope that helps

      Carl

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  • January 23, 2017 at 6:20 am
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    Great! Thanks for answering my question. Btw, I found your articles on bike locks very informative and it has helped me decide on what lock to purchase.

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  • April 25, 2017 at 4:33 pm
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    This is very helpful. Are any “gold” level locks made with combinations? If not, do you know why?

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    • April 25, 2017 at 5:16 pm
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      Not that I know of Amy. And that’s because combination locks tend to be less secure.

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  • July 22, 2017 at 8:36 am
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    Hi. My bike shop sells the Oxford alarmed u-lock. It only has a silver sold secure rating. I would welcome your views on it please – I’m trying to decide between it and the abus 540.

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    • July 24, 2017 at 9:15 am
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      Hi Michelle,

      I don’t think you should be trying to decide between a specific silver lock and a specific gold lock. What do you think your risk level is? If it’s high you need a gold lock. If it’s lower you will probably be OK with a silver lock.

      Once you’ve determined what security level you need, then start thinking about specific locks.

      As an aside, I haven’t been too impressed with most of the Oxford locks I’ve used.

      I hope that helps!
      Carl

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      • July 24, 2017 at 9:42 am
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        That’s really helpful Carl, thank you. I think the gold ABUS wins. I’m also looking at the Shed Shackle for storage purposes. Your site has been really helpful.

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  • September 7, 2017 at 3:53 am
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    What about the Lifelok? It’s a Sold Secure Gold rated zip lock. Seems to be the best lock in existence, as an all rounder. Please reply, I’m terribly interested in your opinion.

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  • October 19, 2017 at 3:01 pm
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    re last message, ‘LifeLock’ is an ID theft solution. ‘Litelok’ is a gold standard bike lock.

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  • November 13, 2017 at 11:16 am
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    Yeah, I think he means litelok.
    What are your thoughts on that?

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  • December 3, 2017 at 7:21 am
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    Hi
    This article is really helpful! thanks. Only thing is that my insurer asks for a security level 8 lock and I can’t find how that translates into bronze silver or gold. Your expertise would be really welcome!
    Thanks

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    • December 5, 2017 at 12:23 pm
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      Hi Lizzy … Who is your insurer?

      Reply
  • May 11, 2018 at 7:19 am
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    Hi
    The silverline high security bike lock is gold secure and an excellent price – any thoughts

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    • May 25, 2018 at 10:51 am
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      You’re right Sam, I’ll add it now. There’s a few locks missing actually…

      Reply
  • June 2, 2018 at 3:31 am
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    Hi Carl

    I have bought the ABUS U-Mini 40 on your recommendation as Gold Secure and the packaging says it’s Sold Secure Silver not Sold Secure Gold. My insurance only covers Gold and now I’ll have to return it.
    Can you help clarify or perhaps an update to the page would be useful?

    Thanks!

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    • June 2, 2018 at 3:03 pm
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      Hi Sami,

      Yes, the Mini 40 is Sold Secure Silver. It’s the Mini-401 Yellow that’s Sold Secure Gold.

      On this page you’ll find the 401 Yellow. And on the Sold Secure Silver page you’ll find the 40.

      I know it’s extremely confusing. The names are almost identical. And the locks also look identical. The listings on the website are correct though.

      Did you buy it from Amazon? Maybe the link takes you through to the wrong Amazon page. What country are you in?

      Thanks
      Carl

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  • June 17, 2018 at 7:07 am
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    Hi Carl,
    The litelock was shown to be breakable in less than a minute last year through simple levering with a twist. In light of this, should this lock still be in the Gold classification?

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  • August 14, 2018 at 4:26 pm
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    not sure if you are still updating the site content, but you’re missing some locks on this list with updates to manufacturers product lines.

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    • August 15, 2018 at 12:31 pm
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      Hi Kevin

      Yes I’m always trying to keep it up to date. I added a couple last month. Which ones are you thinking of specifically?

      Thanks
      Carl

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  • August 31, 2018 at 5:43 pm
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    Are the height and width of U-locks always inner dimensions? In the article on the fahgettaboudit mini, it seems so. That would be great but I’m not sure. thanks!

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  • September 8, 2018 at 7:01 pm
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    Hi
    I have just ordered a Kriptonite mini 7 with 4 foot cable.
    The description on the sellers website said it was Sold Gold but in their specification it was Sold Silver !
    Would you be able to clarify things please ?
    Regards
    John

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    • September 9, 2018 at 9:18 am
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      Hi John,

      Yes this is a ridiculous situation, to great degree caused by Kryptonite themselves.

      The original Kryptonite Mini 7 is Sold Secure Silver:
      https://www.kryptonitelock.com/en/products/product-information/current-key/000990.html

      However they have now released a New-U Kryptonite Mini 7 which is Sold Secure Gold:
      https://www.kryptonitelock.com/en/products/product-information/current-key/002079.html

      Both locks have a 13 mm shackle in the same “hardened max-performance steel”. And they’re both exactly the same size.

      The difference is that the Silver version has the bent foot shackle that only locks on one side. While the Gold version has a shackle that locks on both sides.

      Bizarrely Kryptonite themselves rate both locks with the same 7/10 security rating!

      So yes if the sellers website described the lock as Gold but the lock you’ve received is Silver then they’ve sent you the wrong lock.

      But Kryptonite themselves have made the situation very confusing!

      Cheers
      Carl

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      • September 9, 2018 at 12:37 pm
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        Kryptonite’s whole line of locks now locks on both sides which is why their locks retain the same ratings. The majority of consumers have no idea what sold secure is and at the end of the day they are getting a better lock. You won’t find another sold secure gold lock that’s this affordable.

        The new updated version is very obvious because the shackle tips are visible on the bottom on the crossbar and they use a new sliding dust cover.

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        • September 9, 2018 at 4:17 pm
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          Yeah but the problem is that they’re still selling both versions. Two locks that look more or less the same, with the same name and the same in house security ratings. But in reality they offer different levels of protection.

          I’d say that was pretty confusing for the consumer and often it seems the sellers.

          And I’m a huge Kryptonite fan and they are great value for money. But there are cheaper Sold Secure Gold locks available.

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  • September 9, 2018 at 10:14 pm
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    I agree with you on the confusion but it’s hard to make a running product change without old and new both being available at some point. Not without re-branding their product but creating families or product seems to be easier on a consumer.

    What is the most affordable sold secure lock? I guess it could change from country to country but I’d be curious to see a list of best value locks. Hard to quantify but worth examining

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    • September 10, 2018 at 11:11 am
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      True 🙂

      Generally I think the OnGuard are the most affordable of the well known lock brands that are Sold Secure rated. You can get a Pitbull for around $30 and a Brute for around $40.

      For sure: they are neither as well made (or in some respects secure) as the Kryptonite equivalents. You’ll need to look after the mechanism and the joints with cleaners and lubricants for example.

      But in terms of affordable Sold Secure locks, they’re hard to beat.

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  • September 24, 2018 at 12:03 pm
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    Hi Carl,

    any thoughts between Kryptonite New York Lock M18-WL vs Abus GRANIT X Plus 540
    230?

    I almost purchased the Kryptonite one, but checking the weight and specially that you can order the Abus with a mount (Granit X-Plus 540 230mm With EaZyKF Bracket) I’m in doubt how much more secure Kryptonite is to justify the burden of carrying it around.

    Thanks a lot for the content!

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    • September 25, 2018 at 11:54 am
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      Hi John,

      It really depends on your personal circumstances (bike value, how/where you use it etc).

      But while the Kryptonite M18-WL is likely to be slightly more secure than the Abus 540, it’s also much heavier. And the Abus 540 is still a very secure lock.

      So unless your circumstances are exceptional (super expensive back that you leave for a considerable length of time in the open) I’d generally recommend the Abus. Just because it’s more practical.

      I hope that helps!

      Carl

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  • November 26, 2018 at 10:29 pm
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    Does the weight of the Kryptonite New-U Evolution
    Mini-7 with Flex of 1.61kg include the weight of the cable?
    If so what is the weight of the lock without the cable?
    Is this lock secure from bottle jack attack?

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    • December 5, 2018 at 12:16 pm
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      Hi Patrick,

      So sorry for the delay getting back to you!

      Yes I think it does include the cable, so without the cable it should be around 1.3 kg.

      Bottle jack attacks can defeat the strongest of locks. But they have to get inside the lock to work. Since the Mini 7 is a smaller lock this is less easy so as long as you keep the lock full of your bike and whatever it’s locked to you should be OK.

      Hope that helps!

      Carl

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  • December 4, 2018 at 7:28 pm
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    I have recently bought an OnGuard Pit Bull Sold Secure Gold D lock with steel cable. The lock is heavy (as with all Gold locks) and it’s a solid piece of kit, which I need in London!

    The D lock is not a mini one (mini locks can only secure the frame and not wheel & frame) and is quite large, so I cannot find a place to fit the bracket on my bike where the lock itself will not get in the way of my legs. I can’t fit it to the seat post, because there is no extra height in the post to locate it and the triangle frame of the bike isn’t large enough for the lock, due to the thick aluminium down tube. I will always need to carry a rucksack wherever I go which is annoying.

    I have also noticed that the council in central London (zone 1) have installed bike racks with thicker tubes, so it’s a squeeze to use a standard D lock on these. I’m wondering if they’re doing this to force cyclists to get Sold Secure Gold locks of a good enough size to lock both the frame and back wheel?

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    • December 5, 2018 at 12:20 pm
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      No I don’t think the council are doing that Dave! It’s probably just that thicker tubes are more secure in general.

      There’s been a spate of thefts where the racks have been sawn through and then the cut has been hidden by a thief, so that when bikes are secured to the rack the thief only has to slide the bike through the cut!

      Maybe the thicker tubes are an attempt by the council to counter this?

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  • December 5, 2018 at 11:15 pm
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    Hi Carl, as mentioned, I recently bought an OnGuard Pit Bull Sold Secure Gold D lock with steel cable. I went onto their website to register the keys (don’t know why I need to, because I have 5 keys), but I thought it would be a good idea. Do you think it’s worth registering the keys, as long as I keep them safe and two with a friend?
    Unfortunately, the key registration page is only for people living in the US and when I went onto their International site, there was no link to register the keys!

    Can anyone help with registering OnGuard keys in the UK?

    I also read their anti-theft terms and conditions, which makes is almost impossible to make a claim. This is also the same with many other lock manufacturers, so they are really no better than the other when paying out.

    Reply

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