When you leave the house, don't forget to throw your trusty Kryptonite Hardwire 2085 Key Cable Lock on your ride. It might be small, at just two-and-three-quarters feet long, but it sure can pack a punch against tempted thieves when you've got to leave your bike outside for a while. It uses 20-millimeter braided steel cable to provide tough resistance against tempted bike bandits, and is coated in a vinyl skin to protect from water, while keeping your frame scratch-free. The lock is reinforced to add extra holding power, and a high-security disc-style cylinder with anti-drill guard adds another layer of security to the lock. For ease of use the lock head rotates 360-degrees, so it's easy for you to handle when locking up and removing, and 2 stainless steel keys mean there are no easy-to-crack combinations for a thief waiting in the shadows.
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