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Hiplok Debuts New Anti-Angle Grinder 1000 Series Locks & Accessories

SOC Coverage Hiplock's New 1000 Series hero(Photos/Ron Frazelle)
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Let me start by saying that the Hiplock booth was crowded when I rolled up to it on day two of this year’s Sea Otter Classic. The device that they had on display that was locking a bicycle to the floor of the display was super beefy and futuristic looking. The mechanism was a combination of products in Hiplok’s new innovative 1000 Series Line, which debuted at SOC ’24.

Hiplock’s 1000 Series line won the Design & Innovation Award for 2024, and upon looking it over at the Otter, I could see why, it seems pretty innovative. The Hiplok 1000 Series expands on the success of the 2021 Hiplok D1000, the original portable anti-angle grinder U Lock.

SOC Coverage Hiplock's New 1000 Series use a combo
Using all three of the new 1000 Series products. (Photos/Ron Frazelle)

The new 1000 Series consists of new angle grinder-resistant ground and wall anchors and a U lock developed for larger framed bikes and eBikes. These new locks and accessories are engineered with a graphene composite material technology. Hiplok says the new 1000 Series has “set a new standard in bike security, earning universal acclaim from independent testers and reviewers.

Hiplok’s 1000 Series Includes

The 1000 Series range is built on the D1000, which is included in that series. But, I didn’t snap a photo of the D1000 while scoping the goods out at the Hiplok booth. I concentrated on the three brand-new products that were debuting. Let’s take a look at those. The entire 1000 Series line of products is independently tested and certified. They’ve all been rated Sold Secure Powered Cycle Diamond, and ART 4 Star.

SOC Coverage Hiplock's New 1000 Series DX1000 U lock on case
DX1000

The DX1000

Retail: $349

Let’s start with the new DX1000. This is a U lock that Hiplok calls the “ultimate anti-angle grinder U Lock”. It’s bigger than the OG D1000, and will fit a wider range of bicycles, including those fat down tubes of some modern eBikes.

Features

  • Large internal locking area
  • Optimized for motorcycle and bicycle use
  • Compatible with A1000 & AX1000 anchors
  • Sold Secure Powered Cycle Diamond Rating
  • Lifetime warranty
SOC Coverage Hiplock's New 1000 Series AX1000 in the case
AX1000

The AX1000

Retail: $449

The AX1000 is a cool product. It’s an anti-angle grinder anchor system with a long “fixed” reach anchor. It sports a 360° rotating base with a pivoting arm, helping you to reach your bike from any angle. For optimum security, use it with the D1000 or DX1000 U locks. The AX1000 can be used with any U lock.

Features

  • Pivoting extension arm
  • 360° rotational base
  • Compatible with D1000, DX1000, or any U Lock
  • Sold Secure Powered Cycle Diamond Rating
  • Lifetime warranty
SOC Coverage Hiplock's New 1000 Series A1000 in the case
A1000

The A1000

Retail: $199

Hiploc states that the A1000 is the “world’s first anti-angle grinder anchor”. With its 360° rotating base, it’s easier to lock your steed in place with a D or U lock. Moving the A1000 to a wall and making it a wall anchor frees up valuable floor space. This allows the bicycle to sit very close to the anchoring wall. The A1000 can be mounted to a solid brick or concrete substrate. You can fit it to a wall or floor, inside or out.

Features

  • Compact size
  • 360° rotational base
  • Compatible with D1000, DX1000, or any U Lock
  • Sold Secure Powered Cycle Diamond Rating
  • Lifetime warranty

Check out the details of Hiplok’s 1000 Series Line and other security options that fit your needs at the link below.

Hiplok.com

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xalt
xalt
23 days ago

I think U locks should be hollow steel filled with a surprise for angle grinders adepts.
Like white phosphorus, sodium or gunpowder for example.Geting rid of the thieve is an efficient short term strategy, dissuasion for longer term.
Tinted oil should be less dangerous but still annoying.

Ronald Sauve
Ronald Sauve
20 days ago
Reply to  xalt

very efficient, although it might have a bad effect on your bike too!

BikeHoarder6
BikeHoarder6
22 days ago

Hiplok should also produce an anchor that can be securely attached to pickup truck beds and van walls.

Make it so.

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