The Mighty Click is, of course, very similar to the Hiplok from a few years back. There's a reflective strip on the cover to help with visibility and a strap that allows it to be clipped around a user's waist. The strap is adjustable and will fit waists from 26-in (66 cm) up to 38-in (97 cm).
It doesn't come with an integrated lock, though. Instead, riders will need to use a separate padlock to secure each end of the steel chain protruding from the protective fabric cover. At 3.5 lb (1.6 kg), it's a little lighter than the Hiplok and features a zippered pouch for carrying small items like keys or coins.
A Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign is underway for the Mighty Click and has already exceeded its target. Individuals can still pledge to support the campaign though. Assuming all goes to plan, a pledge of US$25 will get you the security belt with no padlock (to which you add your own), while a pledge of $29 will get you a Mighty Click with a padlock included.
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