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Kryptonite Key Safe Program

Since producing this short piece, I’ve published a much more detailed guide on bike lock key replacement with up-to-date links for where you can order new keys. 

I advise reading the Kryptonite sections in this comprehensive key replacement guide

The Kryptonite Key Safe program allows you to get spare keys cut, should you loose the spare keys to your Kryptonite lock. 

When you received the kryptonite lock, it will come with numbered keys. Older kryptonite locks came with a key fob which had the key number on it.

Newer Kryptonite locks have the key code directly on the key,  which you hopefully made note of. 

Have a good look around and see if you can find the code. If you can’t find it it’s unlikely that you’ll be able to replacement keys cut. 

The link below will take you to the Kryptonite page, where you can begin the key cutting process.

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James Grear (Lead Editor)
James Grear (Lead Editor)

Understanding how devastating it is to have a bike stolen, I've researched & immersed myself in the world of bicycle security since 2013.

I then built BikeLockWiki in 2019 to share everything I'd learned with the worldwide cycling community so that cyclists can improve their bike security skills and make informed decisions when purchasing new products and services.

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