Urban Cyclist - - On Test -


The Litelok Gold’s unique de­sign com­bines a heavy­weight disc lock mech­a­nism with a mush­room stud and socket con­nec­tion set within a sturdy steel cas­ing joined by a new light­weight ma­te­rial called Boaflex­i­core. The flex­i­ble na­ture makes it adapt­able to what you lock it to, though it can be a lit­tle stiff so hold the pres­sure while push­ing the two lock­ing ends to­gether. It per­formed per­fectly af­ter weather test­ing, and chill­ing and ham­mer­ing only left a dent in the lock case. A stan­dard blade sawed through15secs with the a ca­bles tung­stenin 52secs blade. and The just Litelok took a mas­sive amount of abuse (222.5kN) from the bolt crop­per. Tor­sion tests had lit­tle ef­fect, and in the ten­sile test it proved it­self, too. It didn’t last long against the an­gle grinder, though.

Unique de­sign that’s proved a tough, con­ve­nient op­tion

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