The World's Fully Adjustable Locking Cable… The Python can secure anything in its grasp. Fully adjustable, it is always the right length for an infinite number of applications. This Easy-to-use 3-position lock allows you to adjust the cable length without back-slip. Its Velcro Tail Holder keeps unused cable from slapping your bike. You can even create your own bespoke Python with its interchangeable cable feature - simply choose the cable length that is perfect for your needs!
Rated 2 out of 5 by Chrisinnotts it failed :(
I loved this lock and used it for many years - but, very recently I parked my bike in a less secure area only to find it gone at the end of my working day.
For short term locking in somewhere 'nice' it's fine and really easy to use and very portable, but it needs to be used with a D lock.
Hope that helps
09 September 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous light and simple
I agree with skidmark this shouldnt be relied upon as your main bike lock but is handy to carry in your bag and put off the undetermined theif. The cinch design makes it very adaptable I mainly use it to lock the bike to the roof rack or lock it to the fench when down the pub.
04 September 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous efficace
très pratique, je l'utilise pour accrocher le vélo de ma femme ainsi que le miens,
tout ça fixer sur un anneau pour béton au mur de ma place de park.
03 September 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Useful lock and canny design
Whilst it's not going to put off a determined theif with a small bolt cutter it's definately a handy lock to have.
The cable is replaceable with optional longer cables to lock the wheels to the bike, and as it has no cable head or loop it can be slid into other things you want to lock up as well as the bike, eg bike helmets, seat rails etc, and can lock you bike to things that don't allow ordinary cables to pass through, like car luggage restraint loops. The lock works by gripping the plastic cable sleeve so can be tightened to take up the cable slack. It's also light enough to carry in your rucksack.
28 May 2008