According to the British company Hiplok, the world has just received the first bicycle lock, which will not hurt even a closer encounter with an angle grinder. The Hiplok D1000 lock is to make sure that no one will steal your favorite two-wheeler. However, the price of this safety is high (UK £ 168) and will be even more expensive when the Hiplok D1000 goes retail for £ 280.
There was no such durable bicycle lock. Angle grinders will bend in front of the Hiplok D1000
Hiplok D1000 lock it owes its uniqueness, of course, to the materials that make it up. It is both a graphene composite material called Ferosafe and a square core made of hardened steel. This first component is manufactured by the British company Tenmat and has been specifically designed to withstand cutting, drilling and angle grinders, while also being able to be weldable while maintaining a relatively low weight.
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Such a piece of material has been covered with a rubber coating that protects the bike’s paint from splashes or scratches. The durability of the lock is ensured by a rubber seal, which makes it resistant to weather conditions, and an additional dimension of security is provided by double anti-rotation latches, which require cutting not one, but two cores Hiplok D1000.
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This modern 1.8 kg lock is able to secure anything up to 155 mm high and 92 mm wide. Independent testing has resulted in the D1000 being awarded a Sold Secure Diamond rating for use on bicycles and motorcycles. However, you will reserve your copy only on Kickstarter, and you will wait for deliveries until March 2022.