Looks to be a few sellers on eBay undercutting this price
FFS, Gavin, you're 30 years old, sort your life out, your mother wants you out of the house already!
For a multitool, the tool:price ratio isn't very good. Park Tool tax though, so I'm sure you won't be disappointed if it appealed to you in the first place. My view is that you might as well spend the money on a (much more useful) nice shifter spanner and tyre levers, since it doesn't look like this can do much more than those two tasks... unless you care about the bottle opener.
I heard its made from transformium
thanx op bought one now just need a bike or atleast a glass bottle lol
Sounds like I really need this...... Is it made from Unobtainium ?
Ordered thanks. Heat added
Too quick for me!
that went quick!
Done good first deal wish i'd ordered now :(
Lighter, looks cooler and more comfortable as titanuim is quite 'springy'
What's the advantage of titanium rails vs CroMo? It's almost double the price..
Koo are great, you also get 10% back as points added to your account.
They're also having a sale so you might find something in there to bring it over £20
Grabbed one... Thanks Fiver off code is for over thirty quid orders tho
awesome helmet. Ive had 1.5 years and still going strong.
Bought This for £31 at halfords - recommend.
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All gone :(
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R1s average price is around £13-16 and R2s £14-£17 so quite a saving.
Good lights for the money -I have two on the bars, and two rears. I would rather get two r1s for £3 more than two r2s, as you never know if a rear light has failed until its potentially too late.
Nice deal OP. Anybody have a referral code they want me to use before I sign up?
The price isn't that far off the 510 team edition, which comes with all the same sensors and has a lot of interesting new functionality. For me the addition of GLONASS support is enough to make the switch on its own. I ride in lots of forrested areas so having more satellites to lock on to is a major benefit for me!
can't see why this is going so cold
Also, a case of money. The 500 is £173 from Handtec and the 800 is £270 at Amazon so it's another hundred quid.
It's a matter of preference, I personally prefer the 500 for it's smaller size, lighter weight and better sunlight visibility.
Any lock can be broken, but that looks a bit too easy. The Evolution Mini I posted a link to in the other thread is only six quid more as it does qualify for free postage.
Not a bad price even with the delivery charge. The photos prove, given the time and opportunity, almost any lock can be broken and not just this one.
That looks a lot flimsier than I thought. I would only consider using one to stop some knicking my front quick release wheel, which is not worth much anyway.
The various customer pictures on Amazon of these put me off. Namely the ones where the lock has been compromised..
Sorry., didn't realise that - I'll expire this.
haha! cheers for this OP! need a new lock for the commuter :D
Thats why its called a mini because its a lot smaller than a standard lock...Duh!
Window locks stop thieves hooking the catch open from the outside. Many (probably most) older UPVC and aluminium windows have snap in glazing beads on the outside, so with the exception of a few installed when some manufactures started using double sided tape with their existing designs to stick the panels in place as a work around, you can very quickly take the double glazing panel out from the outside with just a small screwdriver. Took me about 30 seconds to remove a large panel from my aluminium kitchen window from the outside when we replaced it.
Good deal, but I missed it..... out of stock now :(
I had to try and remove a load of abandoned bikes from a building that was undergoing renovation last year. All the chains type locks were so easy to cut through it was embarrassing. I only got one D lock off and that was by breaking the lock using the bolt cropper as a lever. I managed to actually break the bolt cropper on the next D lock. The blade could not take the pressure and just snapped off. The croppers I was using were the huge four foot long jobbies too. You do not have to spend wild money on D locks though. A £25.00 Abus is man enough for most situations that don't involve an angle grinder. Even a cheaper one is better than most chain locks.
out of stock :(
wouldn't fill a motorcycle tyre. These are used as lightweight emergency inflators for pedal bikes. 1 cartridge will inflate a road bike tire to a decent pressure, 2 are needed for a mountain bike. They beat carrying a hand pump!
I don’t think they’ll have a enough to fill a bike tyre. Also im sure I’ve read on mine that when you use them the tyres go flat after a day or so due to the co2 molecules being smaller than air so they leak out the valves.
Is this some kind of emergency inflater for bikes? If so can it be used on motorcycles?
Think its two
Pretty much bike theft is at epidemic level there! I tried the trick you mention and unfortunately that day they decided to steal 10+ bikes from the same location, including mine:(
That went up £4 right as I added it to cart. ****. The site is a complete mess; cart columns are wrong, stock doesn't update properly, can't search through categories properly on clearance etc. Good thing they take Paypal, I wouldn't trust them with my card information...
Surely that's basically unavoidable? An angle grinder will take care of almost all u-locks. The point is that the bike next to yours only has a single u-lock or a crappy cable lock or something.
I've been in Holland working for the last couple of years, standard practise over there is a battery powered angle grinder all this lock would do is slow them down an extra minute or so.......
only way to break it is with a car jack, so it will put off the majority of thieves I ordered yesterday midday and my postman delivered today very impressed with koo bikes