Thursday, December 4, 2014

Throw away heavy bike locks in favour of this Israeli invention

What would be the most convenient way to lock up your bike outside while you run an errand in a store or head inside to work? Ilan and Mickey believe they've found the answer with SEATYLOCK.

The Israeli innovation, designed for urban cyclists, conforms to any bike type and transforms the seat into a lock that holds your bike in place while you step away.

In a process that takes less than thirty-seconds, you fold out the saddle into a meter long chain, and the bike key locks as you normally would to any fixed object.

While it has been rigorously tested, for now, Mickey and Ilan have just a few working samples and are appealing to Kickstarter supporters and fans on their Facebook page to help drive awareness, enthusiasm and interest in the product, which they hope one day to see come to market.

Are your locks cumbersome? How convenient would this be for you?

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