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Litelok

Litelok is a new bike locking device that combines light weight and security. As we know, most of nowadays bike locks are steel made and can get quite clunky and heavy because of the high grade steel they´re made of. Litelok uses composite synthetic fibers (Boaflexicore) that can withstand heavy attacks from bolt cutters and powersaws and still remain intact. It´s large enough to lock your bike onto an electric pole, but light enough not to notice you´re carrying it. Available in three different colors it´s an urban bike commuter must have, designed and developed by a British company that’s already been awarded the prize for the best bike invention of the year.

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