Bike Lock Holder (Large)
The Huldit Bike Lock Holder
Looking for a way to hold that pesky old bike lock without it noisily bouncing around over every bump and scratching off that fresh paint? Well, worry no more because the Huldit is your solution!
The Huldit Lock Holder is a simple-to-use and adjustable lock-holding device. The durable rubber woven straps securely grip your frame while reducing potential scratching & noise.
It has an adjustable strap to fit most large U locks, as well as two additional adjustable straps to fit different-sized or shaped bike frames.
The device also comes with a rubber-woven strap to further secure your U-lock to your frame.
This larger Huldit Lock Holder was designed to be used with locks 5 to 6 inches wide (measured from the inside of the U).
Large Size Lock Holder works with:
- ABUS Granit Extreme 59/180 HB
- OnGuard Pitbull
- OnGuard Brute
- OnGaurd Bulldog ATB
- New York Lock Standard
- LITELOK X1
- And many more locks measuring 5 to 6 inches wide (measured from the inside of the U).
Expensive and not very suitable for e-bikes frame mounting. The product itself is well made, has a good quality, however the lower strap is too short to embrace the frame down tube. I had to improvise with another strap I had at home. So, at the price level, it would be smart and better (and of "good tone" from Huldit), to supply a short and a long strap (options, or both).
Another issue was import taxes. I had to paid extra almost 50% of taxes, after waiting almost 4 weeks for delivery. So, at the end it was a mixed feeling purchase. Sorry about that!
The postage to import this from the US to UK was worth it 10 times over, this is a super-easy and effective way to transport my massive On Guard D lock. My wife thinks it’s sad but this is the thing I’m most excited about buying all year
Huldit in Belgium ... excellent quality
I have the medium holder and like it, but recently started using a larger lock and needed the large holder. It holds the lock securing, looks great and only takes a second to insert and remove the lock.
I have a NY Kryptonite, and it is held securely and the lock doesn’t rattle when riding which was a big concern.