Nutlock

Outsmart thieves. Save your wheels. Lock your nuts.

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Andrew Condurache
Andrew Condurache@acondurache · Making, breaking, remaking
What if someone buys the same product cant they use the same fasteners to remove the nutlocks? Are they each individually engineered?
Jonno Riekwel
Jonno RiekwelHunter@jonnotie · Product Designer
@acondurache Did you watch the whole video? :D They have a couple of variations and they make more every week.
Andrew Condurache
Andrew Condurache@acondurache · Making, breaking, remaking
@Jonnotie would be very difficult to scale manufacturing if they got popular
Jonno Riekwel
Jonno RiekwelHunter@jonnotie · Product Designer
Looks like a great product for bikers. Is this a real problem? I find their copy a bit too ballsy as well. I think it could do without. Although it's pretty funny.
Chris L
Chris L@machinehuman · UX Designer
@Jonnotie You can already get cheaper locking skewers to secure your wheels: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0... But effective locking strategies (?) mean much more than just these...
Kristofer™
Kristofer™@kristofertm · #6 Hunter. Location-based data addict.
Seems like a great idea (awesome video too)
Conrad Barrett
Conrad Barrett@conradd · Product Manager, ZX Ventures (AB InBev)
Definitely not a unique idea but pitched well. Pinhead locks is a very similar concept with their own key. Bottom line any lock will push a thief away - there are thousands of other bikes without it waiting to be stolen.