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Tex-Lok

Tex-Lock is a new bike lock that’s made of hi-tech and high resistance textiles, turning it into a security lock thatīs lightweight, flexible, easily portable and still extremely secure. It combines all these rare features because secure locks are normally made of rigid, heavy and bulky lock systems. Itīs as secure as high grade steel and resists to wire cutters, fire, small axes and more common robbing devices. With a reasonable length (80cm) and weight under 1kg (U security padlock included) it’s the perfect item to keep your bike safe from thiefs and provide you that extra peace of mind while enhancing comfort and practicality. Available in four different colors and with a magnetic saddle mount it will be an interesting ally for urban bike commuters. watch the video below

Learn more from Tex-Lok, or pre-order now from Kickstarter




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RETROVELO BICYCLES | Image

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