OTTOLOCK

Lightweight Lock

Many cyclists lock up their bikes with a traditional U-lock, but do so begrudgingly—which is how OTTOLOCK was born. This lightweight, tough, and easy-to-use alternative won't weigh you down like a cumbersome U-lock can. OTTOLOCK comes from pro cyclist Jacob Rathe and co-founder Jake VanderZanden who teamed up to lighten up typical lock bulk without sacrificing security. It is Made in the USA with a cut-resistant Kevlar® fiber, a stainless steel band, and a smash-proof aluminum combination lock. The adjustable cinching design is more versatile than other locks we’ve seen and works great with gear like a bike, grill, or anything you want to secure. The bendable design coils up into a three-inch diameter when it isn’t on guard duty.

OTTOLOCK

Kevlar Cinch Lock

Lightweight Lock

Many cyclists lock up their bikes with a traditional U-lock, but do so begrudgingly—which is how OTTOLOCK was born. This lightweight, tough, and easy-to-use alternative won't weigh you down like a cumbersome U-lock can. OTTOLOCK comes from pro cyclist Jacob Rathe and co-founder Jake VanderZanden who teamed up to lighten up typical lock bulk without sacrificing security. It is Made in the USA with a cut-resistant Kevlar® fiber, a stainless steel band, and a smash-proof aluminum combination lock. The adjustable cinching design is more versatile than other locks we’ve seen and works great with gear like a bike, grill, or anything you want to secure. The bendable design coils up into a three-inch diameter when it isn’t on guard duty.
OTTOLOCK
Crowdfunded
Made in the USA

Quick Questions

What is the lock made of?

The cinch lock is made of multiple layers of high-temper, 18 mm-wide stainless steel bands coated in Santoprene® (a highly durable plastic) combined with a Kevlar® band to be extremely cut resistant.

How secure is the lock?

The cinch lock is stronger than a cable lock (and much lighter than a U-lock). Conventional theft tools like wire or bolt cutters are not enough to cut through its steel and Kevlar® construction.

Which length OTTOLOCK do I choose for bicycle use?

Many riders prefer the 18" as it works great for a mid-ride stop and locking a single tube to a post or pole up to 4-5" diameter. The 18" fits in or cinched around a small saddle bag. The 30" is more universal and better for horizontal racks or grabbing hard-to-reach features. It will lock a frame and wheel to a post or pole, or two bikes together. The 60" is what you need if you want to lock both wheels and frame to a post or pole, or secure several bikes.

Learn more about the product

Lightweight Kevlar Cinch Lock see details

OTTOLOCK

Kevlar Cinch Lock

Lightweight Lock

Many cyclists lock up their bikes with a traditional U-lock, but do so begrudgingly—which is how OTTOLOCK was born. This lightweight, tough, and easy-to-use alternative won't weigh you down like a cumbersome U-lock can.

OTTOLOCK comes from pro cyclist Jacob Rathe and co-founder Jake VanderZanden who teamed up to lighten up
typical lock bulk without sacrificing security.

It is Made in the USA with a cut-resistant Kevlar® fiber, a stainless steel band, and a smash-proof aluminum combination lock. The adjustable cinching design is more versatile than other locks we’ve seen and works great with gear like a bike, grill, or anything you want to secure. The bendable design coils up into a three-inch diameter when it isn’t on guard duty.
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Quick Questions

What is the lock made of?

The cinch lock is made of multiple layers of high-temper, 18 mm-wide stainless steel bands coated in Santoprene® (a highly durable plastic) combined with a Kevlar® band to be extremely cut resistant.

How secure is the lock?

The cinch lock is stronger than a cable lock (and much lighter than a U-lock). Conventional theft tools like wire or bolt cutters are not enough to cut through its steel and Kevlar® construction.

Which length OTTOLOCK do I choose for bicycle use?

Many riders prefer the 18" as it works great for a mid-ride stop and locking a single tube to a post or pole up to 4-5" diameter. The 18" fits in or cinched around a small saddle bag. The 30" is more universal and better for horizontal racks or grabbing hard-to-reach features. It will lock a frame and wheel to a post or pole, or two bikes together. The 60" is what you need if you want to lock both wheels and frame to a post or pole, or secure several bikes.

Learn more about the product

Lightweight Kevlar Cinch Lock see details