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Saddles And Wheels Protection From Theft

Posted March 17, 2016

Hexlox protects bike’s saddle and wheel from thefts. Every bike already has bolts to fasten your components and we need to stop unwanted access and unscrewing of them. To secure a saddle or a wheel just insert a Hexlox with unique and personal key into the bolt. The bolt is then instantly safe and all unwanted access is blocked. Standard bolts have now become security bolts, that only you have access with your key.


The Hexlox come in the common bolt sizes 4#, 5# & 6#. Hexlox are designed to work in any standard hex bolt. Any bolt which has 6 sides.

Each Hexlox weighs less than 2 gram. Hexlox sets come with a unique and personal Key and a KeyCard with your 3 digit code on it. Your Hexlox can only be opened with the same coded key. By using the 3 digit number you can easily order more Hexlox that fit your personal key.


All removable parts on the bike are at risk of theft. Common things to secure are Saddle, Wheels, Stem, Handlebars, Pedals, Derailleur and grips. As long as your component is fastened with a Hex / Inbus / Allen Bolt, Hexlox can secure it. The Hexlox will be produced in Germany from the 316 stainless steel. It is rustproof, weather proof and extremely hard.

It has so far raised more than $20 thousands on Kickstarter, from more than 410 backers, with 27 days to go before the campaign ends. Those backing this campaign are promised shipping date of June 2016. The price is $21.


Source: Kickstarter

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