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Reddit reviews on Kryptonite New York Cinch Ring Security Chain (12mm x 75cm) withEVS4 Disc 14mm Shackle

Sentiment score: 5
Reddit mentions: 10

We found 10 Reddit mentions of Kryptonite New York Cinch Ring Security Chain (12mm x 75cm) withEVS4 Disc 14mm Shackle. Here are the top ones.

12mm six-sided, chain links made of 3t HARDENED MANGANESE STEEL for maximum strengthCINCH LOOP for effective lock-ups using less chainOffers nearly the same “in-use” length as a traditional 3.5’ chain, which means less bulk to carryDurable, protective nylon cover with hook-n-loop fasteners to hold in placeIncludes Evolution series 4 Disc Lock with 14mm MAX-PERFORMANCE STEEL SHACKLEHIGH SECURITY DISC-STYLE CYLINDER with reinforced anti-drill, anti-pull protection systemPatented*, oval hardened STEEL CROSSBAR for extra securityHardened DOUBLE DEADBOLT locking for extensive holding powerSLIDING DUSTCOVER protects and extends cylinder life3 STAINLESS STEEL KEYS– one lighted with high intensity bulb & replaceable battery

Found 10 comments on Kryptonite New York Cinch Ring Security Chain (12mm x 75cm) withEVS4 Disc 14mm Shackle:

u/vhalros · 6 pointsr/bicycling

The downside is that they are dramatically heavier than just a u-lock, and more cumbersome to carry. The ones with a noose (exmaple: http://www.amazon.com/Kryptonite-Bicycle-Evolution-2-Foot-4-Inch/dp/B001SMSUNI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1449088175&sr=8-1&keywords=Noose+chain+lock) are somewhat lighter for the usable length, but still really heavy.

u/Pembar · 5 pointsr/belgium

I do 10km (one way) home-office-home daily on


I was super paranoid about getting it stolen so I bought


and another U-lock. I think it's overkill since in both my home and office we have a secure area to store bicycles.

Company offered a company car but I did the math and realised that taking the cash instead would be worth about 5k euros net per year. I figured I don't need a car at the moment and extra cash is always nice.

u/eobanb · 2 pointsr/moped

A heavy chain, probably. A regular Master Lock, no way. It's trivial to cut a padlock using boltcutters. We're talking 10 seconds or less.

Many riders I know swear by Kryptonite's New York series. Here's one that should pretty well for locking to a bike rack, parking meter, etc.

u/sstidman · 2 pointsr/ebikes

I use the Kryptonite New York Noose 1275 to lock up my Juiced CrossCurrent S. The lock is quite heavy but manageable. And it is a bit on the short side but long enough to get the job done. I also got the Kryptonite Anti-Theft Protection Offer. It cost $25 for 5 years of bike theft insurance.

I also got the GPS option when I bought the bike. It’s not super accurate but is generally good enough so that I’ll get a warning if the bike moves out of the geofence and can give a rough idea on where the bike is located

While writing this it just dawned on me that I have not received the geofence alert in a very long time. I checked and found that the GPS has not updated its location in months!! I need to figure out what is going on. I see some posts out there that the Trackimo devices were based on 2G mobile equipment which the carriers have apparently turned off. And it seems Juiced may be helping folks with that. I’m very glad you posted or I could have found myself in a position where the bike was stolen and the GPS didn’t work. Assuming the 2G thing is correct, I’m a bit disappointed that Juiced did not notify me.

u/idknythin · 2 pointsr/bicycling

Its pretty decent looking bike and it'll probably be locked up for a day at most so do you think it would worth upgrading to https://www.amazon.com/Kryptonite-York-Heavy-Duty-Bicycle/dp/B06XN5GV9K

Or this

u/Tipps · 1 pointr/UBC

A bike and the bus pass included with tuition is enough to get you anywhere in the city. As it's been pointed out, UBC is on a high hill so take that into consideration when leaving campus by bike. Note that all buses have bike racks on them, so if you just can't make it up the hill, you can hop on a bus to make it the rest of the way.

The only thing I would suggest beg you to do is to invest in a very, very good bike lock or two. UBC is polluted with bike thieves who will pluck a bike from a rack in broad daylight. A good U-Lock, properly attached, may deter most thieves - but pairing it with a heavy duty chain lock (like this) will be much more secure - especially if you are on campus late at night. It may seem like overkill, but overkill is better than leaving class to realize your only mode of transportation was stolen out from under you.

If you use a cable lock, your bike won't last a month.

u/wheelssss · 1 pointr/toronto

The 2-foot version of the New York Noose chain has an excellent balance between weight and security. IMO, it's much more convenient to carry around and use compared to the regular New York chains: http://www.amazon.ca/Kryptonite-Bicycle-Evolution-2-Foot-4-Inch/dp/B001SMSUNI/ref=sr_1_1?s=sports&ie=UTF8&qid=1416468750&sr=1-1&keywords=new+york+noose

The noose style enables the user to lock up the bike with half the length of a normal chain: http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-media/permalink/mo1WRS6N63KIEUU/B001SMSUNI/ref=cm_ciu_images_pl_link

u/aznfury · 1 pointr/ElectricScooters

I'm currently using this..it's nice and strong. Echoing what others said..used for quick in and out situations. Never for over night or hours.

Kryptonite New York Noose 1275 Bicycle Chain Bike Lock with Evolution Series-4 Disc Lock