Think twice before you steal this bike! Skunklock deters theft

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+4 1. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

Pretty sure this is fake, but gonna buy one anyway, even though I haven't got a bike, just a skunk.:S
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+2 2. Austin commented 3 years ago

Seems legit Judgy. I was wondering about dispersion of the spray, would be easy to seal the lock cylinder in gaffers tape no? Seems they considered that. ‘The noxious, vomit-inducing chemicals are confined and permanently sealed within a secure hollow chamber throughout the lock. The lock is made from hardened medium-carbon steel that exceeds 450 brinell. The difference is that if a thief cuts far enough through to puncture the seal, the lock will release noxious chemicals stopping the thief in their tracks’ Anyplace you cut will release the spray. Kind of clever.
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+1 3. thefox commented 3 years ago

Thief attempts to cut it off, noxious gas escapes in a burst catching a passer-by in the face. Ensuing lawsuit destroys company. Bye bye skunk lock. :)
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+1 4. Robin882 commented 3 years ago

#3 Thief attempts to cut it off, noxious gas escapes in a burst, thief gets hit, thief is hurt, now thief is angry so thief waits until noxious gas is gone. Bye bye bike. :)
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0 5. sux2bu commented 3 years ago

It is real.....and it will not cause injury to the would-be thief.

http://www.cnn.com/2016/10/21/world/skunklock-the-lock-that-fights-back-trnd/
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+2 6. huldu commented 3 years ago

So they'd just cover the lock up in a wet towel to contain the "gas" while cutting through it. I honestly don't even see why anyone attempting to steal a bike would run away once the lock is almost open. That's wishful thinking.
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0 7. Burimi commented 3 years ago

I wont think once or twice for stealing the bike
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0 8. sux2bu commented 3 years ago

#6 " I honestly don't even see why anyone attempting to steal a bike would run away once the lock is almost open."
Spoken like an experienced bike thief.:D
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+1 9. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

#6 So we should expect a major increase in bike theft outside swimming baths. Then stash the bike back in the swimming baths to wash the skunk juice off and get ready for the next one ;)
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0 10. snotraddict commented 3 years ago

If it's semi remote not sure why you couldn't breach the lock then come back in a few minutes when it's clear? Pretty sure the comment above about a damp rag could thwart a lot of it, too. Reality is, if you're leaving the bike for an extended period, just make it a crappy bike. Keep your good bike for when you can keep it close to you.
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+1 11. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

Creepy how these people somehow transformed a cute skunk into a lifeless bike lock with all that's left resembling it the black and white stripes..>:)
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+1 12. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

#11 Yes that must have required a lot of heat and pressure come to think of it, wonder what they did with the tail, snout & claws and imagine the machine that would have removed them :*
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0 13. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

#12 Probably sold it on the black market..so sad :(.....so what's your skunk's name? ;)