DocksLocks Extra DXLX Jaw Surfboard Security Lock Accessory

February 3, 2018 - Comment

DOCKsLOCKs Jaws are made of marine grade stainless steel with a hardened nylon solid outer housing, to fight off both theives and the elements. Jaws make locking multiple boards with a single cable possible which is why you should carry DOCKsLOCKs Jaws as a single item, in your shop. In other words, if a surfer

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DOCKsLOCKs Jaws are made of marine grade stainless steel with a hardened nylon solid outer housing, to fight off both theives and the elements. Jaws make locking multiple boards with a single cable possible which is why you should carry DOCKsLOCKs Jaws as a single item, in your shop. In other words, if a surfer is traveling and carrying along 5 boards, then that surfer would need 5 sets of Jaws, which can all be threaded onto a single cable locking all of his/her boards. Similarly, on a typical day at the beach, many of us like to take along at least a couple of boards; so, we need Jaws for whatever number of boards we carry.

Product Features

  • The surfboard and paddleboard lock attaches to your lease plug or cleat for fin track.
  • Use multiple jaws to lock multiple surfboards with one cable.
  • Made of Stainless steel, and it swivels so it wont hurt your surfboard or stand up paddleboard.

Comments

khat says:

Depends on your leash plug bar diameter This product works great with the right diameter plug bar and I recommend buying the cable lock with the product. If you have a standard horizontal roof or bed rack and want the best security, I highly recommend the Lashlock (or similar product when used correctly), which I also own and use when I’ve got the roof rack on the truck.My older boards have more girthy leash plug bars to clamp the jaw around, and cannot be pried off. My new boards have smaller diameter leash plug bars,…

Amazon Customer says:

Nice product. These little guys are great. You have to loosen the rope around the anchor point to that you attach your leash to. Once you give it a little slack, you can then slide these in and attach them to the anchor bar. They work just great. I’ve used it to attach lock boards on the ground to a post and to lock boards to my car while they are on the roof.

Gilbert L Gunsalus says:

then just buy a good padlock to go through the ring on this This will deter casual theft, but probably not a determined one. If you already have a cable lock that works for you, then just buy a good padlock to go through the ring on this, then run the cable lock through the padlock. Save a little $ by not having to get the cable lock that is sold with this.

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