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Kabrus Alarmed Motorcycle Disc lock Padlock 140db 5 yr warranty @ £24.99 @ Amazon
Kabrus Alarmed Motorcycle Disc lock Padlock 140db 5 yr warranty @ £24.99 @ Amazon

Kabrus Alarmed Motorcycle Disc lock Padlock 140db 5 yr warranty @ £24.99 @ Amazon

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This is the loudest motorcycle disclock I could find, so great if you need some noise.
* Push - Down Locking System, 7mm Locking Pin
* 140 dB Alarm, Auto Arm/Disarm, Anti-bumper prevents Scratching
* Ice-Spray Proof, Weather Proof Electronics, Movement & Shock Sensor
* Corrosion Resistant / 5 Years Product Warranty
* One Free Set of Batteries with Each Lock / Original Alarmed Padlock Company - Kabrus

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Ahh disc locks. Great things until the day you forget about them and set off with enthusiasm to see you have ripped off your calliper.

(Based on actual events)

Avonius

Ahh disc locks. Great things until the day you forget about them and set … Ahh disc locks. Great things until the day you forget about them and set off with enthusiasm to see you have ripped off your calliper.



Did this once when I had a scooter, when I got my proper bike I bought a £3 'Forget-Me-Not' strap, think it's made my Motrax?
Basically loops inside the disc lock, and stretches up to loop on to the handle bar. It's bright orange, so you never forget to remove your disc lock again

EDIT: lol, didn't even read froggy's comment. But yeah it's the same as that :P
Edited by: "Jack347" 18th Feb 2011

I'm just being pedantic but 140dB sound level is very questionable. Short term exposure at that level can cause permanent ear damage.

krisuk

I'm just being pedantic but 140dB sound level is very questionable. Short … I'm just being pedantic but 140dB sound level is very questionable. Short term exposure at that level can cause permanent ear damage.



Good! It might make the perps get the f*ck away from your bike!

The good thing about these alarmed ones is you're unlikely to forget it's fitted when you return to your bike. I use one like this on my bikes and if you try and lift the bike off it's sidestand, it will beep to warn you.
The problem i have (personally) with flourescent reminders is actually remembering to fit it when you fit the disklock. Don't ask me how I know that...

krisuk

I'm just being pedantic but 140dB sound level is very questionable. Short … I'm just being pedantic but 140dB sound level is very questionable. Short term exposure at that level can cause permanent ear damage.



then the scummy little twocers got what they deserve....well its a start :-)

So tempted to get one of these - only problem is that I don't think it is one of the locks approved by our insurance company.

Hmmmm, seriously considering this for my mountain bike seen as it's worth more than my car lol

bigadz7

The good thing about these alarmed ones is you're unlikely to forget it's … The good thing about these alarmed ones is you're unlikely to forget it's fitted when you return to your bike. I use one like this on my bikes and if you try and lift the bike off it's sidestand, it will beep to warn you. The problem i have (personally) with flourescent reminders is actually remembering to fit it when you fit the disklock. Don't ask me how I know that...



I keep mine permanently attached and stored under my seat, just enough room under there for the Yamaha tool kit, a multi-tool and the lock

Seems like a good idea and good price. Heat from me.

Have driven off with a regular cable lock on the wheel before - epic fail and instant fall over...

Heat added, if only because there have been three people so far confessing to driving off without unlocking their bikes..

krisuk

I'm just being pedantic but 140dB sound level is very questionable. Short … I'm just being pedantic but 140dB sound level is very questionable. Short term exposure at that level can cause permanent ear damage.

A decibel is a ratio and means absolutely nothing with qualifying it.
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