1m H/D Chain Inc Free Ground Anchor £21.99 @ m&p - HotUKDeals
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1m H/D Chain Inc Free Ground Anchor £21.99 @ m&p

£21.99 @ M&P Direct
ground anchor alone is £14.99 at argos Heavy Duty Chain & Free Ground Anchor Bruteforce Ground Anchor # Hardened steel bolt down anchor for floors and walls # All fixings supplied and FREE all… Read More
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7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
ground anchor alone is £14.99 at argos

Heavy Duty Chain & Free Ground Anchor
Bruteforce Ground Anchor

# Hardened steel bolt down anchor for floors and walls
# All fixings supplied and FREE allen key
# Bolts protected by ball bearing and then covered when a chain is being used

Heavy Duty Chain and Padlock
# Hardened 9.5mm square link chain
# Tough double locking padlock with hardened steel shackle which doubles as a disc lock
# Key replacement service
# Key dust cover
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#1
http://www.mandp.co.uk/netalogue/content/images/large/901996.jpg:thumbsup:
#2
thanks
#3
Nice one, ta :)
#4
I take it P&P is free since there is no mention of it in the OP?
#5
I have this ground anchor (not the chain). It's pretty rock solid, be aware though you gave to buy the drill bit for it which is huuuge and ain't cheap (for a decent one!)
#6
bellamy_47;6244382
I take it P&P is free since there is no mention of it in the OP?


£26.98 delivered.
#7
bigup
I have this ground anchor (not the chain). It's pretty rock solid, be aware though you gave to buy the drill bit for it which is huuuge and ain't cheap (for a decent one!)


I have to disagree,i have the ground anchor and its ok but not really upto much the plating is quite thin.
#8
chain and lock look easy to blot crop through. I'll stick to almax chains
#9
From what I can gather, chains need links more than 16mm in diameter to defeat all but the most humungous bolt cutters, and if touching the ground (rather inevitable with one of these), can be smashed with a hammer without damaging the bike too much. So I guess this is to reduce the risk of casual theft only.

"# All fixings supplied and FREE allen key"

Ikea will be quaking in its boots.
#10
If its the chain that I have then its good quality and thatcham approved though I dont have the same lock,the one pictured looks pretty pants.
#11
Would it hold the mother-in-law?
#12
Don't laugh at me please. I know these are for motor bikes but... I am looking for something to secure the kids bikes at the front of the house behind the hedge - we hve no side entrance to the garden and the bikes are a pain going through the house. We are about to get the front drive relaid so I presume this would be suitable if it is set in concrete when the drive is redone. Obviously the value of the bikes is pretty low.

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