Here are some pics. I can mount the lock vertically or horizontally on the handlebar stem....not the handlebar itself.
I think you sent those pictures to me in another ULock mounting thread I was participating in.
Yeah, besides trying to avoid any name-calling as I ride by ... I can't use the handlebar for mounting ... as the headlight, cell phone, and computer are located where you put each of the three mounts.
I'm looking for other places to put the lock ... and before anyone says it, yes, I considered the seatpost ... it doesn't work there because I have a wedge bag under my seat.
Soldsecure publishes the results of its bike lock tests. Their ratings are used by insurance companies in the UK to establish the cost and eligibility for theft insurance. A "gold" rated lock can stop or delay most Pro crooks for ten minutes or so. A "silver" rated lock can stop an run-of-the-mill crook. The "bronze" rated locks look like a bike lock, and might fool a dumb crook into thinking you own a lock. They often look just like a real lock. REAL bike locks sold in the USA are sold by Kryptonite and OnGuard. Pretend bike locks are sold by Master lock, and other pretend lock companies.