The Foldylock Clipster Folding Bike Lock is a Wearable Compact Bicycle Lock
It is Heavy Duty and folds to make travelling with very easy. The Foldylock features an anti-pick Lock with Key Set.
- THE ORIGINAL WEARABLE FOLDING BIKE LOCK – Don’t settle for cheap imitation brands. The SeatyLock Foldylock Clipster is the original folding bike lock with a patented joint protection system. It comes in two sleek colors: Red and Black.
- CONVENIENT AND EASY TO CARRY – It comes with a handy clip, so you can secure it to your belt, backpack or bag. No more loud, clanking bike locks! At only 2.2lbs you might forget it’s on your belt.
- HEAVY DUTY DESIGN CAN’T BE CUT, DRILLED OR BROKEN – Security rating 14 out of 18 – We put the Foldylock Clipster through the wringer. We tried sawing, drilling, chiseling, hammering and freezing the lock off and it could NOT be done. Even heavy duty bolt cutters stood no chance!
- SECURELY LOCKS ANYTHING FROM A BIKE TO A SCOOTER – Throw away unsightly and cumbersome locks and chains. Use this compact metal lock to secure bicycles, electric bikes and scooters, skateboards and more. The hard steel links are rust-proof, perfect for long term outdoor use.
- INCLUDES SET OF 3 KEYS… NO MORE COMBINATION LOCKS – It’s tough enough to remember all of your passwords let alone the combination to a bike lock. That won’t be an issue with Foldylock Clipster. Each lock comes with three keys to quickly open the lock. You’ll always have a spare!
This bike lock seems sturdy, it is difficult to lock up e- bike because it has a giant battery behind the seat. It’s not the fault of the Foldylock I bought two for this reason. I hope it deters bike thieves…..UPDATE: I have been using the Foldylock for over three months and I still have my bike. So far so good!!!
Hunter Burton –
I recently received my FoldyLock Compact, and it is truly incredible. If you’re nervous the compact version will be any lesser quality, rest assured that it is much more durable and heavy duty than I expected. Though it is a very sturdy product, it is also surprisingly lightweight for its steel makeup.It is incredibly intuitive and easy to use, and rides silently if attached, even with just straps. I haven’t had this peace of mind with a bike lock before.
chad hussung –
The best bike lock is the one you actually take with you and use. I was often guilty of not taking my U-lock with me as it was a pain to have on the bike and still be out of the way. I had a mounting point on the bottom of the downtube which was the perfect spot for this one. Does not interfere with pedaling. About 5 ounces heavier than my Kryptonite U-lock. Locks and unlocks easily. If I had one concern it would be the key. It is fine for now, but it seems like the keyring hole may only be plastic and could wear out long before the lock. I fear it could break off and become lost. Put your spare somewhere that you will remember.
My second product from this company — I have a seatylock on my beater city bike, and now that I bought a new commuting bike, I decided to go for the foldylock as I want to give the new seat on the new bike a try.For my purposes, the combo of usability and security are great. There are definitely more secure locks on the market, but they are heavy and harder to use on the varied attachment points in my city. My new bike is not outside overnight and I don’t park for long in high-theft areas, so the middle ground between security and convenience is perfect for me.
This lock is great. I’m a city rider on the streets almost every day. The rattle of my old u-lock drove me nuts. When attached to the water-bottle mounts, this lock is silent. It weighs about the same as the u-lock and is far more compact. It is much easier to thread through the rear tire, around the frame, and the object you’re fastening to than a u-lock. It is elegantly designed and gets a Solid Secure Silver rating – same as the lock I used to use. I don’t leave my bike outside overnight, but for locking up my bike while out in the city, I have great confidence in it.
Like- compact but not light, key locked, clip is included.Disliske- a LOT of pinch points (my 10yr kept getting pinched while using this to lock up scooter), don’t lose the rubber band unless you don’t mind the chain dangling while riding… have a thick rubber band handy. Again, don’t clip on jeans without belt… will pull down pants, unless that’s how you roll.
I was looking for a solid locking solution for my new carbon fiber bike when I decided to start using it for my daily commute. This thing is sweet! I feel confident in using this over those clumsy U-locks which are huge and heavy, and although the weight is similar its so much more manageable in this size
Erez W –
After our bikes got stolen twice, I decided to get this lock to keep our bikes from getting stolen again. This lock is great! It’s super strong so I don’t think there’s a way for anyone to cut/break it, it folds nice and small and comes with a holder I can just attach to the bike and comes with 3 sets of keys plus a duplication code which is great since I have the tendency to lose things. I’m really happy with this product, it is totally worth the price if keeps me from replacing another bike!
Very well engineered, but not cheap and too heavy to be carried on a belt. I shock mine to the rear carrier….
Ash Bzak –
I like the key and lock design for security. The key looks like a car key, which is pretty impressive for a bike lock. Unfortunately, this lock really scratches up your bike. I lock up on a crowded rack, so people with jostle your lock… and when they do, it really harms your bike. My u-locks are coated with rubber to prevent scratches. This thing scratches all the protective coating off, leaving your bike open for rusting. So, I have used some good quality bike stickers to protect my bike from it. Good thing I like to sticker my bike with places I’ve ridden. But if you are a bike purist and want your bike to stay non scratched and non stickered… well don’t buy this lock.Also, for portability, this lock is hefty. You definitely feel in on your belt. I put it in the water bottle pouch in my bike bag but it was too heavy and eventually ripped a hole in it.So, secure? Yeah. Definitely I’d use it for my work day on a well lit rack. But you have to be comfortable with your $1k+ bike getting all scratched up.
The quality of the lock and keys is superb. The lock has rubber armor coatings to protect my fixie bike and that’s very important for me as I would hate to see my frame getting damaged. My fixie bike is custom made and worth a lot so I’m glad this lock really feels trustworthy and secure. Perfect for locking my bike at work so I feel good knowing that you won’t be able to break this lock that easy. The Clipster also has the added value of being wearable, so I have the option of wearing it on my belt which is really cool. Defiantly my favorite out of many locks I tried before!
Jumping Jacks –
I’ve only used this lock for a week, so my opinion may not be worth much.1. My new bike has not been stolen. So, that’s a definite plus.2. It seems well constructed as advertised. If I wanted to steal my bike, I would not be able to break this thing with any tool that I own. I don’t own any steel cutting tools. So, I’m not a bike thief. Another plus.3. It is relatively light weight and connects nicely to the seat post. Another plus.4. Long enough to wrap around slim post, but not a Sequoia. You might need two liked together. I live in Texas. No Sequoias, but we do have big oaks. Minor issue. No points.5. Key and lock seem high quality. Not a locksmith, but looks formidable.6. If you park next to a guy who locks his bike with something he used with his Huffy, you should be ok. They’ll look at your “bite me” tough lock and look at his Hopalong Cassidy lock and take his bike. Like I said, I’m not a bike thief, but that’s what I’d do.
Denzel D. –
This is a must have lock. I don’t own a car, I just commute by bike. What I’m getting at is I use this daily. Not only does the folding ability make this an ease of carry. The durability and security of this lock is top notch. This is a SOLID lock and I leave my bike locked up knowing she is safe while I’m away. My commuter bike ran my around $2500. Zero regrets on this purchase to save protect my investment.
Steve Pringle –
I got all black as I didn’t want it to be spotted easily from afar. I ride at night to the grocery store (that’s next to Dunkin Donuts) so cops are always passing the parking lot plus the security guards so it’s safe.
It’s solid and will survive at least 3-4 minutes while the thief tried to cut it, which is enough time to alarm people that there is theft going on.