HELMETLOK™ Helmet Lock II

  • Combination lock; four pin lock that you can change anytime
  • Carabiner-style with outward opening mechanism; allows you to secure your helmet to practically any spot on your motorcycle, as long as the diameter of the attachment point is less than 1-1/8” (handlebars, frame tubes, turn signals, mirrors, etc.)
  • Optional cable allows you to secure your helmet AND your jacket (or other riding gear) to your bike
  • The ends of the cable fit neatly onto the HelmetLok; the cable uncoils so you can thread it thru your riding jacket’s sleeve, pants, flip-face helmet, or other gear
  • The cable is made of thick nickel-plated steel; it has a nylon coating
  • The cable is coiled at 4.5 inches, expands to 6 feet and has a 220lb load capacity

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Our Two Cents

Here’s a handy little gadget I bet you will like. It comes to us from some clever folks in Australia. This helmet lock is so easy to use; it’s a wonder no one thought of it sooner. Use the HELMETLOK™ to secure your helmet to your bike using the D ring. It has a simple four pin combination lock that you can change at any time. We like the rubberized version, it’s a few bucks more but the layer of padding around the carabiner seems like a good idea. There is also an optional cable you can buy to secure other things… a full face helmet that does not have a D ring, a jacket (by running the cable through the sleeve) or other objects as well. The little cable curls up into a very small package but stretches out easily to about 70 inches. The lock and cable can easily fit into a small pocket in your jacket or in a tank bag. OK, it’s a neat product, but “keepin’ it real” (at the peril of quoting Randy Jackson) I have to say that this is not a high security lock. It will dissuade your average punk from walking off with your stuff on a whim, but a determined crook will be able to pry this open easily with some common tools. Use your judgement as to whether a device like this is appropriate for the value of the gear you want to secure. Paul :: 03-22-12

Update: This is now the “II” version of the Helmet lock. If you will notice in the pictures, the tumbler mechanism is more substantial and the overall size of the clip is larger. The original version is now obsolete and being closed out. If those are still available, you will see a link to the closeout page of the original version below. :: Paul, 08-02-13

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