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Solid U-Lock

    What is there to say about a u-lock? Well the Cutter Commuter U-Lock is solid. I've been using mine for over a year and it's still going strong.

    The locking mechanism is still good and running smooth (thanks to the keyhole cover).

    The rubber sheathing over the 'U' is durable. Mine only has a couple of minor cuts/scratches but it isn't fraying or coming off (even after a year of use).

    Zero rust. I use this lock everyday through blazing sun, rain, cold winter days, and snow. So far there isn't on speck of rust or other corrosion.

    In short, it'd be hard to beat the Cutter Commuter U-Lock.

    cutter u-lock

      what can you say? it locks well, and gets the job done. Not too heavy, but heavy enough to break some things if you so desire.

      great lock

        I recently bought this lock and really love it. You can get close to the rack and have plenty of room to get it around the rack and your frame. I use a cable with it for my quick release tires. I feel safe storing it outside and at school. Buy it and love it.

        Solid Bike Lock

          I use this lock on a daily basis to lock my commuting bike. Very simple to use and is beefy. I haven't had to worry about my bike at all like I used to with my old cable lock. It comes with two keys, which is a definitely bonus. The keyhole also has a sliding cover to help keep water out, reducing the chance of it icing over in cold, wet weather or getting rusty. I've used it everyday for the past 6 months (in the heat, rain, and snow) and it's held up. There isn't a single bit of rust and rubber cover doesn't have any wear. The lock is heavy, but that's to be expected with a solid lock. Bottomline: solid lock and great price. I would recommend it to anyone.

          Does this bike lock come with a way to...

          Does this bike lock come with a way to attach it to the bike or does it just hang on the handlebars?