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Kryptonite Keeper 785 Integrated Chain Lock

Kryptonite Keeper 785 Integrated Chain Lock

  • Kryptonite Keeper 785 Integrated Chain Lock
  • Sold Secure Bronze bike lock
  • 85cm-long chain

Online Availability: In stock

£34.99 RRP £34.99
This product is available in the following stores:
  • Bruntsfield In Stock
  • Canonmills In Stock
  • Leeds In Stock

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Kryptonite Keeper 785 Integrated Chain Lock

The Kryptonite Keeper 785 Integrated Chain Lock is approved to Bronze Sold Secure standard. That is it has been tested to withstand a one minute concerted attack.

Given that some locks can be overcome in seconds, a Bronze Sold Secure lock offers very decent protection.

The Kryptonite Keeper 785 is an 85cm-long chain with an integrated locking mechanism (in contrast to a separate padlock and chain). This arrangement is literally more flexible so it can be secured to railings and lampposts that a D-lock might not be able to negotiate.

  • The 85cm-long chain is manufactured in a hardened triple heat-treated boron manganese steel.
  • Each four-sided chain link is 7mm thick.
  • The chain is enclosed in a nylon-webbing sleeve.
  • The sleeve does two things.
  • It protects the chain from the elements and the bike from scratches.
  • The sleeve also acts as a psychological deterrent because it makes the lock look even thicker and more forbidding.
  • The locking mechanism's end pin-link design secures the chain with a hardened deadbolt.
  • This deadbolt offers great holding power against attacks.
  • The high security disc-style locking cylinder is pick and drill resistant.
  • Supplied with with 2 ergonomic smooth-action 'I' keys.
  • Manufacturer's published weight: 1.6kg.

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