Launched last year on Kickstarter by OTTO DesignWorks, OTTOLOCK gained fantastic support from backers, surpassing its goal seven times over by the end of the campaign. It’s no wonder – this small and lightweight cinch lock revolutionizes a classic product to offer an impressive blend of function, style and peace of mind.

Unlike U-locks and chains, OTTOLOCK is extremely lightweight and portable. It weighs just 120g and coils into a compact shape to fit into a pocket. The patent-pending material features multiple layers of steel with Kevlar® reinforcement, which means that the lock is not only durable and tough, but it also resists conventional cutting tools. The best part? You can use OTTOLOCK on virtually anything, from bikes and motorcycles to ski and snowboarding equipment, as well as on gear and tools. The lock measures 18mm in width and comes in three lengths of 18’’, 30’’ and 60’’, with colors including black, green and orange. Made in the US, the OTTOLOCK is available to pre-order now on the company’s website. Images courtesy of OTTO DesignWorks.

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