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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Engwe Zinc Alloy. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
5 reasons to buy
- At 3.8 oz, the Engwe Zinc Alloy is a lightweight option.
- The Engwe Zinc Alloy is almost notoriously affordable.
- Engwe boasts a possible 10,000 codes from their 4-digit combination wheel.
- Corrosion protection is provided by a PVC cover, shielding the metallic cable within.
- Engwe furnish the Zinc Alloy with a 1-year warranty.
3 reasons not to buy
- This lock is described as ‘flimsy’ by an owner.
- At 11.8”, a buyer says the Engwe Zinc Alloy is very small, limiting locking locations.
- An owner says he’s happy using this lock to secure his lawn chair, but wouldn’t recommend it for a “several-thousand-dollar bicycle”.