I just stick mine in my pannier, but that looks like a nice product.
looks like a good idea you could perhaps stick a tube or patch kit and tools in there as well.
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Such an obvious and neat thing I'm smacking my head I didn't think of it. IMO $39 is too expensive. I think $20 would be a lot more reasonable, $15 even better.
Looks fine - though a bungee cord does a fine job of holding my u-lock on the rack.
That looks pretty sweet.
If you get it, report back with a review.
That's gonna leave a mark.
1964 JRJ (Bob Jackson) San Remo Plus, 1989 Trek 520, 2000ish Colian (Colin Laing), 2013 Velo Orange Pass Hunter
C'dale BBU('05 and '09)/Super Six/Hooligan8and 3,Kona Dew Deluxe,Novara Buzz/Safari,Surly Big Dummy,Marin Pt Reyes,Giant Defy 1,Schwinn DBX SuperSport/Qualifier,Brompton S6L,Dahon Speed Pro TT
I like the looks of that, it's pretty clean, and it never hurts to a little more reflectivity either. That said, for the part of my year that I am just commuting to work (not school as well) I sometimes use a small laptop case that I picked up for a whole two dollars at a thrift store. It has little plastic D-rings at the corners so I secure it to the side of my rack with some straps. A little extra room in there for my long pump as well. Somewhere on this site there's a picture of it. If I hadn't stumbled across that solution I think I'd buy the Pickle bag.
Most of the time when I'm carrying my u-lock I use the minimalist belt holster from Mission bikes though*. I like having the lock on my hip. It's comforting having it handy when the drivers get aggressive. Since everyone else at work and school seems to be cluttering up the racks with their locks, mostly I've given up on portaging one around and leave locks at both places and have a spare at home for when I'm headed elsewhere.
ISO: 22" GT Rebound frame, year 2000 model