Helmet Lok. Promise Kept.

HelmetLok1HelmetLok2HelmetLok3Quite a few products, more or less efficient, already available to bikers to prevent your helmet to end up on the head of a stranger. Every once in a while a product comes along that gets a forehead slap and a “Why didn’t they think of that“.  The Helmet Lok is one of those products, designed to keep your helmet safe and secure on your motorcycle while you are away from it. 

It will fit over large diameter handle bars, luggage rack, etc. Construction of the Helmet Lok is of high strength aluminum, with a programmable 4-digit tumbler lock that you program yourself. Suggested Retail Price is $25.00, a small price to pay to keep your helmet waiting safely on your bike for your return. More info at Helmet Lok.  Also available from your local dealer.

5 Responses to “Helmet Lok. Promise Kept.”

  1. 1 motoguru. Apr 19th, 2013 at 3:17 pm

    I love my new and improved larger helmetlok! I still carry my old style one around with me for friends to use when we’re out riding around.

  2. 2 IfeeltheBreezenow Apr 19th, 2013 at 7:51 pm

    Probably a 1/2 dozen teens on my block alone that would be able to pick this sucker in less than a minute.

  3. 3 18Bravo Apr 19th, 2013 at 8:58 pm

    That was my thought when I first saw it, but I wasn’t going to say anything. Locks do nothing more than keep honest people honest. A toothpick shaped piece of shim or soda can feeling for when the notches are aligned does the trick, but it’s not designed to protect Ft. Knox. If you really felt the need to steal someone ‘s sweaty ass helmet you could just cut the threads under the “D” ring strap fold with a razor.
    That said, Masterlock has a VERY similar design we use to secure tuff boxes that are much harder to feel, as they have a cast shroud around all but the front of the number wheels. I’d look into those if you like this.

  4. 4 Moore Sensible Apr 20th, 2013 at 7:11 am

    I think it’s a great idea. Small, easy to carry and very reasonably priced. Very sensible, and I do like sensible.

    No, it’s not going to stop a skilled thief that’s intent on stealing your exact helmet; nothing is.

    But… it will most definitely make the average thief grab the (unlocked) helmet off of the bike that’s parked next to yours instead of grabbing your helmet.

  5. 5 courtney Apr 29th, 2013 at 3:02 am

    I bought this thing to prevent opportunistic walk-by thief’s (it’s happened in the past) from taking my helmet resistance free.

    I don’t use it any more though because I’ve found that a plain ole gun lock works better for me — and it doesn’t scratch up the handlebars either.

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