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The award-winning, recommended, certified textile based bike lock
The patented construction of the tex-lock bicycle locks is unique. Each layer of the textile compound fulfills a very specific function and thus protects against attacks with bolt cutters, fire or saws.
"The most important thing here, is that the X-lock is currently the lightest Sold Secure Gold rated bike lock. And that's because it's tiny! " The Best Bike Lock 2020
Special combined high-tech fibers protect against tools such as bolt cutters.
The tex-lock 2.0 has a metal core with high saw resistance.
A textile sheathing resists flames over 1000 degrees Celsius.
The tex-lock underlines the style of the bike - finally no more steel monotony!
Length: 31 in / 80 cm (Small); 47 in / 120 cm (Medium); 63 in / 160 cm (Large)
Weight: 3.0 lbs / 1.34 kg (Small); 3.6 lbs / 1.64 kg (Medium); 4.3 lbs / 1.94 kg (Large)
The included X-lock is a special mini u-lock – practical and extremely robust. The special shackle provides enough length to lock the rear wheel of your bike. Your bike is double secured!
The minds behind Tex-Lock are bike fans with body & soul, and product developers with passion & devotion. Equipped with textile know-how and dissatisfied with existing bicycle lock solutions, founders Alexandra Baum and Suse Brand developed the idea for Tex—Lock. Since the two women from Leipzig, Germany, travel a lot by bicycle, they experienced the frustration of having to ride around with a clattering, unwieldy metal bicycle lock. The bright idea was to make a bicycle lock out of textile. Tex-Lock is based and manufactured in Leipzig, Germany with the highest of German standards and expertise.
All products of the eyelet series are certified according to ART*2 anti-theft criteria.
Love the lightweight nature and the length of the cable. It allows me to wrap around different areas of the bike and secure my saddle cable as well.
The u-lock is solid and easy to use.
My only concern right now is with the cover over the opening for the keyhole on the u-lock. I’ll have to see how it wears over time. It seems a bit fragile and might not stay in position after a while, depending on how the u-lock is positioned when the bike is locked. Also, hoping it doesn’t crack.