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    Senior Member axelfox's Avatar
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    Thoughts on Kryptonite Key Safe Program/Key Registration?

    I just got a NY Lock and wondering if people had any experience with the key registration systems and/or getting new keys from them. Any reason NOT to register the keys?

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    I moved and after things got sorted out my key was gone. I didn't register, but I had the paper with the code on it. I think I went online and gave tem the #, credit card and got it (2 keys!) shortly thereafter.

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    Don't you need to register in order to get the bike replacement guarantee?
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    Quote Originally Posted by demoncyclist View Post
    Don't you need to register in order to get the bike replacement guarantee?
    That's a separate registration process. The key registration is only registering your key number in case you lose your keys.

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