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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Seatylock Foldylock Clipster. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
10 reasons to buy
- Users say the ‘clip-on, clip-off’ system makes for efficient locking and unlocking.
- The Clipster feels sturdy and provides many users with a sense of security.
- Owners like that the Clipster leaves space in their frame for water and cargo.
- Three keys are included with Seatylock’s Foldylock Clipster.
- Owners remark upon the keys’ quality, comparing them to car keys.
- The Clipster received a ‘Silver’ rating from the Sold Secure testing body.
- The Clipster is available in Black and Red/Black color options.
- Users appreciate this lock’s “clever” design.
- A tough rubber strap contains the Clipster’s links while in transit.
- Seatylock says the Clipster’s metal parts are “rust-resistant”. Plastic sections are “UV protected”.
6 reasons not to buy
- Numerous buyers lament that the Clipster scratches their bikes’ frames.
- A number of owners say that the price of the Clipster is comparatively high.
- For some users, the weight of this lock pulls their pants down.
- Users report that the Clipster is too short to get around a lamp post.
- A user said their child’s hands get caught in this lock’s pinch-points.
- When owners lose the rubber fastening band, the lock dangles.
Bottom lineThe Clipster is Seatylock’s wearable version of their robust Foldylock. A clip attaches the lock to your belt or waistline. It’s built tough and comes with three ‘automotive quality’ keys. The concept is great, but owners said the weight of the Clipster was enough to feel uncomfortable when riding, in addition to pulling down any clothing not firmly secured by a belt. It isn’t the longest option and won’t reach around a lamp post, according to owners. Frustratingly, a number of users said their bike frame was scratched by the Clipster. Compared to the competition, it’s more expensive. Available in black and black/red.
Expert Reviews0/100 based on 0 rated expert reviews
Foldylock Clipster Folding Bike Lock Award Winning Wearable Compact Bicycle Lock Review, Extremely
It’s heavy duty. You’re not going to be putting this in your back pocket though. It’s kind of heavy. I don’t think you’d be able to lock it to a street light or anything like that.
The Foldylock Clipster: Even Easier to Carry!
The time it takes to lock and unlock your bike is significantly reduced when you carry your lock clipped to your belt. A thick elastic band stops the bars moving about while you’re riding. What’s not to like?