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Hiplok D Bike Lock

Hiplok create innovative and unique products for keeping bicycles safe without disrupting the enjoyment of riding. The Hiplok D is a small, compact, robust and easy to carry D Lock with an unique clip feature that allows you to easily clip it onto a messenger bag strap, belt, or even your back pocket, making it perfect for quick access and easy locking. The slim profile lock is Sold Secure Silver certified and weighs only 1000g, it is available in four colors, all black, cyan, grey/red, and lime. watch the video

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2015 CHEVROLET COLORADO ZR2 | Image

2015 CHEVROLET COLORADO ZR2

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FEDDZ ELECTRIC BIKE

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RALLY FIGHTER

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