A genius idea to secure bicycles.

by The REJIGIT Blog

Seatylock is based in Norcross, Gwinnett County, Georgia in the U.S.

As the name suggests, apart from being a bike lock, Seatylock is also a bike saddle. The hybrid design not only ensures a bike-lock is available at all times, it also causes theft to be counter-intuitive in that even if a thief manages to break the locking mechanism, they will wreck the seat mount in the process (the pond- life who indulge in such thievery may not have the intellectual capacity to work out that riding away without a seat could be problematic). It connects to the bicycle's seat post with a universal adaptor and when mounted on top of the seat post, functions as a normal bike seat. With a few easy steps, the system unfolds and converts into a one meter long lock.

The Seatylock is weather-proof and is constructed using damage resistant materials (drill resistant). Available from Amazon at US$69.95 (two saddle sizes are available; 210mm and 160mm).

P.S. Rejigit read recently about how a Bicycle manufacturer dramatically reduced damage to its products while in transit simply by printing an image of a flat screen television on their bicycle packaging cartons.