DISKLOK Steering Lock (Silver) Small (with discount code) £80.39 at Euro Car Parts
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DISKLOK Steering Lock (Silver) Small (with discount code) £80.39 at Euro Car Parts

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Expires on 31/08/2019Posted 3rd Aug
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The award winning Disklok Steering Lock Small helps to prevent your vehicle from being stolen as its exceptionally hard to remove without the key. Its made from reinforced steel, covers the complete steering wheel and has high visibility, making the steering lock a superb deterrent. The unique advantage it has is its ability to spin on the wheel when attacked, preventing steering and damage to the vehicles own steering wheel lock.

This Disklok is small and therefore suitable for steering wheels 35-38.9cm (this covers most modern car steering wheels). To ensure that this will fit your vehicle, please measure your steering wheels diameter, measuring from the outside edge to the outside edge across the centre line of your steering wheel.

  • Front loading CD Spins
  • on attack preventing steering the vehicle and stops the vehicles own steering lock from being broken
  • Covers the entire wheel preventing cutting the wheel
  • Prevents airbag theft
  • A mechanical devise which deters keyless entry thefts
  • Anti-drill and anti-pick locking barrel
  • Thatcham approved, category 3
  • Simple design allowing fitting and removal in a few seconds
  • Is ultra-visible, increasing the deterrent factor
  • Recognised by vehicle insurers with possible discount on premiums with certain brokers

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pasgun03/08/2019 14:26

Who wants to put this crap on their leather steering wheel?



Someone who still wants to have a leather steering wheel in the morning ?


These are a must for defender owners
Remind me of the 80's
jrw03/08/2019 12:13

Great price.Only sure way of preventing keyless car thefts. Thieves will …Great price.Only sure way of preventing keyless car thefts. Thieves will take one look and move onto the next one.


Then what's the purpose of having a car with keyless entry car if instead of making life simpler it makes it more complicated,I pity those having lugging that thing around can't help but chuccle every time I see one of these on a car
MadeDixonsCry03/08/2019 12:50

Let me get this straight...these come with a key to get it off, right?And …Let me get this straight...these come with a key to get it off, right?And these are beneficial for keyless cars, right? Does that mean manufacturing a keyless car is actually taking a feature out as opposed to making a new feature? Kind of like Apple removing the headphone jack?Aesthetics over functionality? Genuine question, I'm puzzled.


Yup, pretty much.

Don't own keyless, don't want keyless. Pointless feature and a massive security risk.

Don't get me wrong they aren't just for keyless cars but anything that's remotely nickable.

Anti snap locks on your house doors should be a given too so if you don't have at least 1 star on your locks then change them.
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Remind me of the 80's
genieuk200803/08/2019 11:54

Remind me of the 80's


Best deterrent on the market however. You ain’t getting it off without making a ton of noise.
Why cold this is the best type of steering lock and a half decent price...
Isn't it amazing how these things have come back around again.
Great price.
Only sure way of preventing keyless car thefts. Thieves will take one look and move onto the next one.
jrw03/08/2019 12:13

Great price.Only sure way of preventing keyless car thefts. Thieves will …Great price.Only sure way of preventing keyless car thefts. Thieves will take one look and move onto the next one.


Then what's the purpose of having a car with keyless entry car if instead of making life simpler it makes it more complicated,I pity those having lugging that thing around can't help but chuccle every time I see one of these on a car
jrw03/08/2019 12:13

Great price.Only sure way of preventing keyless car thefts. Thieves will …Great price.Only sure way of preventing keyless car thefts. Thieves will take one look and move onto the next one.


Let me get this straight...these come with a key to get it off, right?

And these are beneficial for keyless cars, right?

Does that mean manufacturing a keyless car is actually taking a feature out as opposed to making a new feature? Kind of like Apple removing the headphone jack?

Aesthetics over functionality?

Genuine question, I'm puzzled.
MadeDixonsCry03/08/2019 12:50

Let me get this straight...these come with a key to get it off, right?And …Let me get this straight...these come with a key to get it off, right?And these are beneficial for keyless cars, right? Does that mean manufacturing a keyless car is actually taking a feature out as opposed to making a new feature? Kind of like Apple removing the headphone jack?Aesthetics over functionality? Genuine question, I'm puzzled.


Yup, pretty much.

Don't own keyless, don't want keyless. Pointless feature and a massive security risk.

Don't get me wrong they aren't just for keyless cars but anything that's remotely nickable.

Anti snap locks on your house doors should be a given too so if you don't have at least 1 star on your locks then change them.
Lots of car thefts in my area recently through keyless entry. The neighbours that had their cars stolen have invested in these for all their cars (4 in total). Got one on my Focus ST which hopefully acts as a deterrent. Nice and easy to put on when u get the hang of it. I think ours cost £120 but not sure if it is the same size.
Edited by: "Annie-99" 3rd Aug
very good deterrent, had them in the past, bit of a lump though once its off...
You pay a premium for extra interior finishes, leather stitched steering wheel and the aesthetics internally to carry a ghastly big huge lump of metal around just in case your motor gets nicked, I kept hot hatches and Performance Cars during the height of the joy riding days and never once did I resort to steering locks. I did however garage my car and only Parked it in decent/secure areas (1 time I didnt Ardwick- I paid the Price, ). Ultimately if someone is determined to take your car they will take it

watch from 9.35 ---60 seconds is the most any physical security delays a car thief with an angle grinder, a $25 gps tracker with remote fuel cut off and a shock sensor alarm well hidden away is the only hope you have of stopping professional thieves and even then only until the gps/gsm stops transmitting (internal battery runs down).

youtube.com/wat…KMk
Edited by: "dappodan1" 3rd Aug
Understand and agree with most of the comments - I too use one of these but do not have a keyless car, I've got a 1985 BMW M535i classic car and also a BMW E93 Couple-Convertible 330d ... so these locks serve a purpose in both vehicles for me ... on the classic it's a deterrent and will hopefully (along with the Ghost alarm & immobiliser) prevent that being stolen, as for the convertible, this contraption allows me to leave it parked with the roof down.

My point being, everyone has different needs and requirements and whilst a determined thief will still succeed, hopefully the deterrent will put them off and move them along.

Great price - heat added!
Who wants to put this crap on their leather steering wheel?
Better to buy a car no one would steal.
Suggestions?
pasgun03/08/2019 14:26

Who wants to put this crap on their leather steering wheel?



Someone who still wants to have a leather steering wheel in the morning ?


These are a must for defender owners
Cuddl3s03/08/2019 12:49

Then what's the purpose of having a car with keyless entry car if instead …Then what's the purpose of having a car with keyless entry car if instead of making life simpler it makes it more complicated,I pity those having lugging that thing around can't help but chuccle every time I see one of these on a car

You'd be right if keyless entry was an optional extra but most new cars have it as standard! Despite no one asking for it!
  • SMALL (35cm - 38.9cm diameter)
    Suitable for most cars, and some vans and 4x4s
Each Disklok has a built in adjustment of 1 inch which allows you to find the perfect size for your steering wheel. When fitted correctly, the Disklok should be loose enough to slide around on your wheel but not loose enough to lift off.
robatt03/08/2019 15:06

Better to buy a car no one would steal.Suggestions?


Austin Allegro.
jrw03/08/2019 12:13

Great price.Only sure way of preventing keyless car thefts. Thieves will …Great price.Only sure way of preventing keyless car thefts. Thieves will take one look and move onto the next one.


No, just keep your keys in a shielded pouch. On Amazon for less than £10
robatt03/08/2019 15:06

Better to buy a car no one would steal.Suggestions?


I remember someone whose dad owned a Lada Riva, telling me that his dad had started leaving the keys in the ignition and had even tried leaving the engine running and the driver's door open in the vain hope that someone would steal it and he'd be able to claim on his insurance...
John.Mason03/08/2019 15:40

No, just keep your keys in a shielded pouch. On Amazon for less than £10


Invariably these don't work or fail. Plus the thief won't know they are in a pouch. Deterrence is nine tenths of crime prevention.
robatt03/08/2019 15:06

Better to buy a car no one would steal.Suggestions?


Matchbox do a nice range
I have one of these and use it whenever I leave my car overnight, even in my own driveway. Its no trouble having it in the car and if it is one extra deterrant that means the thieves move on to another easier car, then so be it.

One comment said, “if someone is determined to take your car they will take it”. But its about making yours the less attractive option for the thief. Same with home security. Its nearly impossible to stop them 100%, but make yours less attractive to them.
Perfect for the cross channel ferry..
pasgun03/08/2019 14:26

Who wants to put this crap on their leather steering wheel?


Probably would advise taking it off before you use the car
Cheap Mobiles now have fingerprint sensors, face recognition etc etc, even a simple code...yet now keyless car owners need to mess around with disklocks.

Good to see the car industry doing f*k all about fixing the issue, even though it's been known about for years......of course they sell more cars to replace those stolen, so why would they?
imagine being that sad you have time to put his on every time you finish driving your car.
red2303/08/2019 16:38

imagine being that sad you have time to put his on every time you finish …imagine being that sad you have time to put his on every time you finish driving your car.


Imagine having a car that people steal to order.

I'm lucky that I can't afford such luxury cars! I have a keyless car, but it isn't nice so I don't need to worry, I've even left it unlocked by accident and don't live in the best area. Nothing has happened to it.
Unlike my last car, an Alfa Romeo, I was in holiday and they managed to unlock it somehow and steal the loose change and other junk from it. They didn't bother taking the car! Likely didn't start!
stressedman03/08/2019 17:04

Imagine having a car that people steal to order.I'm lucky that I can't …Imagine having a car that people steal to order.I'm lucky that I can't afford such luxury cars! I have a keyless car, but it isn't nice so I don't need to worry, I've even left it unlocked by accident and don't live in the best area. Nothing has happened to it.Unlike my last car, an Alfa Romeo, I was in holiday and they managed to unlock it somehow and steal the loose change and other junk from it. They didn't bother taking the car! Likely didn't start!


Steal to order doesn't happen where i live, Good Ol England eh?
robatt03/08/2019 15:06

Better to buy a car no one would steal.Suggestions?



Kia Cee'd, nobody is interested in it.
I quite often to forget to lock mine when I get home. The folding mirrors are a visual indicator, so I can easily see if it isn't locked but if I don't look it can sit there all night.
melted03/08/2019 15:55

I remember someone whose dad owned a Lada Riva, telling me that his dad …I remember someone whose dad owned a Lada Riva, telling me that his dad had started leaving the keys in the ignition and had even tried leaving the engine running and the driver's door open in the vain hope that someone would steal it and he'd be able to claim on his insurance...


Claim on his insurance so he can afford to buy another similar spec Lada?
robatt03/08/2019 15:06

Better to buy a car no one would steal.Suggestions?


Morris marina or a Talbot alpine in turd brown
I read up on these steering wheel locks and top 2 were the one above disclock and a stoplock pro both about the same time for a profesional thieve to get off,The stoplock pro £45 disclock a lot dearer.I went for stoplock.Also have 2 wheel clamps on aswell.
Edited by: "den169" 3rd Aug
I’ve got one of these on my car now after thieves broke in. They ripped out the dashboard and ruined the steering column in their attempt to disable the immobiliser. It cost a fortune to repair (insurance not worth claiming due to increased premiums in future).

It is a great deterrent but rather heavy and can be a hassle to put on and store when driving if passengers in car. But it’s very secure. When car thieves see it they look elsewhere for an easier target - so worth it for me. Just wish I had it before they struck the first time.
Wow take a look at the youtube video above posted by Dappodan1 36 seconds to get this off.Hardly worth bothering putting anything on.
robatt03/08/2019 15:06

Better to buy a car no one would steal.Suggestions?


Anything made by Dacia
den16903/08/2019 18:23

Wow take a look at the youtube video above posted by Dappodan1 36 seconds …Wow take a look at the youtube video above posted by Dappodan1 36 seconds to get this off.Hardly worth bothering putting anything on.


It was 3 mins 32 seconds, plus a lot of noise. Unless it's a super rare care the thieves will just find another easier target. Albeit yours
ollie8703/08/2019 18:01

Claim on his insurance so he can afford to buy another similar spec Lada?


I assume, something other than a Lada, but I don't think his cunning plan ever got that far . Had he succeeded, maybe he'd have been able to afford a couple of bus tickets with his ill gotten gains.
Edited by: "melted" 3rd Aug
Been using these on mine and wife's cars for the last few years. Yes bulky, but as there is nothing better as a visible deterrent.
Nothing will stop dedicated thief, but it will more than likely encourage them to look elsewhere for an easier car to steal (there are plenty out there) .

Time for our useless government to come down hard on the thieving scum that blighty our nation.

Fingers removed for convicted scum
#Timetogettough
I have home cctv footage of 4 "joyriders" in my drive in the middle of the night a few years ago,I had 4 older cars,two had similar locks to these and two had chains through the steering wheel (not even locked lol)....I'm sure a pro thief could get them off but they definitely work as a deterrent.
Don't ever go out to these thieves if you see them at your car..on an other occasion I made that mistake,I thought there was only 2 of them but there were another 2 up each side of the house,got slashed in the leg and arm with a broken bottle for my trouble...let the car go,it's not worth it.
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