Safety levels 1 - 3
These locks are suitable for locking your bike for a short period of time. They are able to protect your bike against opportunistic thieves. Locks with this security level can also be used as a secondary lock or to lock accessories to your bike, like your helmet or a bag.
Safety levels 4 - 6
Locks with this security level are suitable for areas with a low to average theft risk. These locks are also suitable for bikes in the low price segment or as a lightweight secondary lock.
Safety levels 7 - 9
These locks are suitable for long periods of locking in an average theft risk area. For even better protection these locks can be used as a secondary high-security lock.
Safety levels 10 - 12
These locks provide maximum protection for your bike. Locks within this safety level are certified ART and Sold Secure. They are eligible for a bike insurance.
Cable locks are (together with Chain locks) probably the most popular and well-known locks. Cable locks are strong, flexible and often can be wrapped up in a small package. Our cable locks are available with key locks as well as combination locks; in many different sizes and in higher and lower security levels. The good thing about cable locks is that they are really hard to crack. Trying to cut a cable is very difficult as you basically have to cut every little wire of the cable individually, that would take a lot of time which thieves don't have. Additionally cable locks are relatively light and easy to take with you. All these features make cable locks so popular.
In addition to their impressive looks, chain locks are well-known for their weight and chunkiness. These types of locks are very hard to cut or grind but still flexible and easy to wrap around your bike. Their weight can be a bit unpractical, but the good thing about chain locksis that you can often wrap them around your seatpost while riding so it won't bother you at all.
D-locks are the well-known classic D-shaped locks. They are heavy duty locks that are generally very high security locks. Safety is their thing, but they are often also heavy and less convenient to carry with you. D-locks are not flexible which make them perfect for securing your bike, but not very suitable to secure your frame together with your wheels for example. If you use multiple locks to secure your bike, a D-lock is definitely a good start to attach the other locks too.
Folding locks are quite new and are great for high security locking of your bike. These locks consist of extremely strong plates of hardened steel that can be folded up if not in use. The plates are covered in a rubber coating to prevent scratches on your bike frame. Additionally the special hinges between the plates are also extremely tough. Because of the folding mechanism they are quite easy to carry with you and even attach to your bike while riding.
In addition to our range of big locks we also have great solutions for cyclists looking to grab a quick coffee on the way and need to parktheir bike just out of sight to run inside. These small locks are not safe for a long period, but are enough to make sure a thief can't just grab and run. Small locks are super convenient to just leave in your pocket or saddlebag untill you need it one day. It doesn't seem like much, but it can definitely save your bike and your day!