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Kryptonite New York Lock 3000


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  • 16 mm hardened Kryptonium steel shackle
  • Hardened steel sleeve over crossbar provides double security protection
  • Double deadbolt locking mechanism
  • Flat key 9 disc highest security, Pick-Safe discstyle cylinder
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  • Product Dimensions: 27.9 x 17.8 x 5.1 cm ; 2 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2 Kg
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  • Item model number: 720018180104
  • ASIN: B000BS0D4Y
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 22 Aug. 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 67,195 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Product Description

Maximum security U-lock for high theft areas
  • Extra thick 16 mm case-hardened Kryptonium steel shackle resists cutters and leverage attacks
  • Cross bar is shielded by a hardened Kryptonium steel sleeve in a double crossbar design for double security
  • High security anti-pick disc-style cylinder with patented double deadbolt lock
  • Flat key with integrated sliding dustcover protects the cylinder
  • Supplied with bracket for carrying on the bike
  • Approved to Gold Sold Secure standard

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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By T. Wilkins on 25 Jan. 2011
I recently purchased a new bike with the value of ~£500. After reading reviews of this lock i decided to invest in the money for peace of mind.

Size: The size of this lock is good; not to big and not to small. I was tempted in a smaller lock for portability but would have been limited to where I could have used it. it also seemed that many of the D-locks were quite big and long. I would place this lock in between. its big enough to wrap around most posts/gates but not to long to be a nuisance to transport around. This will just about clasp over my bike frame, back wheel and a smallish gate/post if I really tried.

Transport: this thing is heavy, but not ovary so. If you can put it in a backpack when riding its fine. It also comes with a mount which you can fix to your bike (this is what I do). The mount and clasp rotate so there are quite a few spots where you can mount it and its quite sturdy, often being difficult to get apart! I have also tried just locking it round my frame when I ride, but its a little big and heavy for this and gets in the way.

I would feel quite safe leaving my bike in town with this lock, let the nasty buggers go after easier pickings with small wire locks. I do however see many bikes with front wheels missing, so perhaps another smaller lock or wire in addition to this would be best to fend off these nasty buggers.

I hope this information helps :)
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Dan on 15 April 2011
I decided to go all out and I bought two of these locks. (along with 2x Kryptonite Kryptoflex 4 ft Cable Lock (10 mm x 120 cm) to prevent our front wheels from being lifted)

Remember to lock your U/D-lock around the bike frame, rear wheel and then to an immovable object. Don't use any cables to lock to immovable objects as they are so quiet and easy to cut.

I have learnt that you should always spend at least 10% of your bikes value on locks. While they are heavy and not easy to lug about they will save you the heartache that comes with having a bike stolen.

Also, this lock does not suffer from the old biro pick trick.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By PhilCo on 2 July 2012
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I bought this lock after reading the product reviews on the Amazon website and this independent article:
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I've only had the lock for a week and I am not overly impressed so far. The lock itself is very sturdy & heavy at 2KGs. It definitely looks like a good anti-theft deterrent and I am sure it will hold up to attempted thefts better than many other locks on the market.

Although the lock is sturdy, the mounting bracket is made completely from plastic in to which the sliver metal part of the lock clips. The size of the bracket means the lock is attached about an inch from the cross bar to which it is mounted. This makes it difficult to find a suitable mounting place, particularly on my 20" frame which already has a bottle holder on the down tube.

The plastic lock release on the mounting is difficult to access and I don't hold up much hope for it lasting very long under constant use. On the first 30 minute trip I made on the roads of Brighton I lost the 'Integrated sliding dustcover' that protects the key hole, which I believe popped off because the lock was shaking around so much. Not designed completely as advertised - 'anti-Rattle bumpers keeps the shackle snug against the crossbar'.

Finally I have also had problems with the keys as mentioned in other reviews. They are quite weak and I can see how they could snap in the lock under a a bit of force. I have struggled to unlock & lock the lock as it seems that the key doesn't fit the lock that well and it is difficult to know if the key is in properly.

In short, I think the lock is good and will do the job, it is just a shame the keys & bike mount were an after thought for Kryptonite.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By EpicFishFingers on 28 Jan. 2012
Okay, about the mount: it is, as others have pointed out, very bad. Its size makes it hard to find an orientation to set it up at such that you can actually fit the D-lock within the frame on many bikes. I have a 20" hardtail mountain bike and upon finally getting the mount in a place where the D-lock fitted within the frame, I found that I still didn't have enough clearance to remove the lock from the mount. This meant I had to have the mount loose so that I could twist it and take the lock out but this also meant that the lock touched the frame and rattled while riding. Also getting the lock out of the mount is no easy task, so I decided to forget about it and just put the lock in a bag when travelling.

The lock is heavy but I can't see anyone getting through it in less than 5 minutes even with power tools. It is double-locking, meaning that both sides have to be cut before the lock can be removed, and the bar is 16mm thick. My only worry is that it is only as strong as the weakest part, and if you look into the actual keyhole on the lock, you can see that it is quite... simple. It looks complicated enough to not succumb to the Bic pen picking method that used to work on the older Kryptonite D-locks but with only 5 or 6 wide, easily turnable parts that seem to be able to turn independently of each other, I think an experienced thief would be able to pick one in less time than it would take to cut the lock. Luckily the key is still flimsy and prone to only turning all-but-one of the lock parts (meaning you have to turn the key back and wiggle it in a bit further), but two wrongs don't really make a right. I'm no locksmith, but the actual locking mechnism doesn't seem to pose much of a challenge. I doubt it would succumb to brute force attacks, though.
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