Tigr Lock: a Kickstarter Project is Shipping

If I recall correctly, the Tigr was the first Kickstarter, bike-related project we mentioned. After getting funded, they’re in production and I met one of their reps yesterday. He showed me how the titanium bow lock works and attached it to a bike on a rack in downtown Seattle.

As shown, both wheels and the frame are locked with a unbreakable, very hard-to-cut material. The bow is covered with a PVC sleeve to protect your paint. The locks ships in two sizes and costs $165.00 or $200.00. They’re also handmade. I’ve got one of these arriving to test more and shoot with the DSLR. It does match most of my bikes… also good to see a product shipping from Kickstarter.



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The thing that killed the deal for me was the fact that in the test video he was comparing the TiGr to what appeared to be a Wally World U-lock instead of a quality lock like Onguard or Kryptonite.

@raiyn—sure or the wearable bike lock Mark reviewed earlier in the year

http://bikehugger.com/post/view/hiplok-wearable-bike-lock

Credit due for them executing an idea into a workable product; however impractical it maybe. It does what it was designed to do…unbreakable locking of two wheels and a frame.

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