The well known security brand has expanded its service.

Kryptonite launches global anti-theft protection offer

Kryptonite, producer of chains, cables, u-locks and flexible security systems for the bicycle market, today launched the new Global Anti-Theft Protection Offer.

Effective today, the new Anti-Theft Protection Offer (ATPO) is available to customers in nearly 30 countries, including 24 in Europe. In addition, customers are now able to register and, in the event of filing a claim, do so right from the Kryptonite website.

Kryptonite’s ATPO is an optional offer available for up to five years of coverage on certain u-locks and chains (ATPO noted on the product package and on the website). The ATPO offers registered customers reimbursement up to a specific monetary amount, in the event their bikes or powersport vehicles are stolen due to the unintended opening or breaking of the lock by force.

Coverage ranges from £300 for a moderate security lock (5/10) to £3,000 for the top ultimate security (10/10) products. Registration costs range from $9.99 (USD) for one year to $29.99 (USD) for five years. All high and ultimate security products will continue to include the first year of coverage at no cost.

“Our ATPO has set the standard for service in the industry,” said Nick Watkin, Kryptonite general manager. “We are thrilled to now offer this service globally to both dealers and their customers. Quite simply, the ATPO represents confidence in our products. It’s reassuring for customers to know that when they purchase our products and register for ATPO we’ll reimburse them if their rides are stolen.”

The ATPO is available in the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the United States.

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