Master Lock 8143D Self Coiling Cable Lock, 4-Feet x 5/16-inch

August 20, 2015 - Comment

The Master Lock 8143D compact cable lock is a perfect solution for protecting your bicycle, ATV or other valuables against theft. And conveniently it comes with one handy solution, combination locking mechanisms for keyless convenience. The protective coating helps prevent scratching and the flexible steel cable for strong cut resistance. The cable is 4′ (1.2m)

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The Master Lock 8143D compact cable lock is a perfect solution for protecting your bicycle, ATV or other valuables against theft. And conveniently it comes with one handy solution, combination locking mechanisms for keyless convenience. The protective coating helps prevent scratching and the flexible steel cable for strong cut resistance. The cable is 4′ (1.2m) long, large enough to lock up ladders, bikes, tool boxes and other items that need to be secured.

Product Features

  • Combination locking mechanisms for keyless convenience
  • Flexible steel cables for strong cut resistance; preset combination
  • Vinyl coating helps prevent scratching
  • Ideal for bicycles, skateboards, sports equipment, tool boxes, ladders and gates
  • 4-foot (1.2m) by 5/16-inch (8m) diameter

Comments

C. Padovan says:

It does the job! It is cheap but does the job! I usually leave my bike inside a private bike gate at work, so I use the cable just to discourage anyone who intends to steal. I do not recommend this cable if you want to lock your bike in a large tree, for example, since it is 4-feet long (aprox. 1m) and the coil is very resistant to be unfolded. Also, I do not recommend it for leaving your bike outside during the night since the locker by itself (the part with the code number) seems fragile enough to be broken…

Fu "funan shi" says:

Cheap, Good, but take caution Product is of good quality, compact and easy to use. there will be a aluminum tag with 4 digits on it that will be your combination. YOU CANNOT SET YOUR OWN COMBINATION, which I am fine with. I would not recommend this lock for anyone would has to leave his/her bike outside for an extended period of time (couple of hours), because it is quite thin (comparable to a well made ethernet cable), so it’s very easy to cut. I have an office so my bike usually sits there. 

Brad Cutler says:

Don’t Even Waste Your Time This lock lasted less than a week before my bike was stolen. The thief broke the lock at the “key” insert. From the fracture, it’s easy to see that the material used was very brittle. Save your bike and time. Get a meaty u-lock. My bike was not worth much so I took a chance and now I feel like a fool.

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