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Oxford OF178 GP Chain Lock - 1.5 m by Amazon at £11.75

£11.75 @ Amazon
This seems a great price to me from a top brand. You have to select Amazon as the seller, not the default one, to get this price. I think it's the lowest it has been. Oxford General Purpose… Read More
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2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago
This seems a great price to me from a top brand.

You have to select Amazon as the seller, not the default one, to get this price. I think it's the lowest it has been.

Oxford General Purpose Chain Lock
1.5m Chain
Suitable for use with motorbikes
Comes with protective sleeve to avoid damaging you're motorbike
Supplied with 2 keys per lock
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I just bought the £12.99 one, the £11.75 amazon product is out of stock and will take 1 - 3 weeks.

£1.24 more to have it tomorrow is worth it.... Bless Amazon Prime :D

Edited By: kev1986 on Jan 05, 2015 18:58
#2
would this be considered too big for a pushbike?
#3
Looks like someone asked that question and it was deemed too heavy to carry around on a push bike
#4
Alas my LIDL chain has seen better days, and it's time to invest in some 'proper' gear - yes - far too heavy for a pushbike,
#5
I have a 3 kilo sold secure gold squire chain which I wear across my chest when I cycle it is not heavy this way but it's a bit longer than this one. 1.2m. The Oxford is 1.5m

Does not look like this Oxford has a sold secure rating, keep those chains high off the ground to avoid cropping.
#6
techair
Looks like someone asked that question and it was deemed too heavy to carry around on a push bike

I was thinking of only taking it to work the once and leaving it there to be honest, I don't think I'd manage a lock along side my huge amount of packing up!
#7
mogsog
I have a 3 kilo sold secure gold squire chain which I wear across my chest when I cycle it is not heavy this way but it's a bit longer than this one. 1.2m. The Oxford is 1.5m

Does not look like this Oxford has a sold secure rating, keep those chains high off the ground to avoid cropping.



height from the ground will not make any difference to it getting cropped or not.
#8
Chain through swing arm if at all possible and lock off the ground to avoid sledge hammer approach I'd say.
#9
Wow! Sledge hammer approach... Whatever next!

I'm going to use this with my pushbike. The thieves tried to take my bike the other day. I had two cable locks on it. One was sliced through when I came back to it but it looked like they'd struggled with the other, better quality, one.

Hopefully this one will be even more secure.

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