Monimoto  Motorcycle Tracker Alarm - £111.96 (With Code) @ eBay / ghostbikes_uk
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Monimoto Motorcycle Tracker Alarm - £111.96 (With Code) @ eBay / ghostbikes_uk

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Posted 26th FebEdited by:"Colander"
A great bit of kit for any motorcycle owner, with a low monthly subscription (€3 per month). PAYDAYFEB saves you £28. Could be fitted to any vehicle, giving you extra peace of mind

Having had my own motorcycle stolen from my locked garage only a few months ago, I wish I’d had one of these fitted sooner.

From the website:

The Monimoto Smart Alarm is a unique battery powered GPS tracker alarm system that contacts your phone if your motorcycle is being moved or stolen. Thanks to leading GSM and Global Navigation Satellite System technology, you are able to track your motorcycle using nothing but your phone.

Unlike other motorcycle alarms, the Monimoto Smart Alarm does not have to be wired in and is powered by two 12 month Lithium batteries.

Simply install the Monimoto App on your phone and pair the Monimoto device and key, conceal the device securely in your motorcycle, hold on to the key and you're good to go. The alarm automatically arms once the paired key is not in reach. However, once close by, the alarm immediately disarms. In case of theft, Monimoto will call your phone and send you GPS coordinates if your motorcycle moves.
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I'd edit title to show this is a tracker BTW. Will get more interest.
Why motorcycle only? This sounds like a piece of kit I have been wanting on my cars. And several neighbours will be interested as well
ccnp44 m ago

Why motorcycle only? This sounds like a piece of kit I have been wanting …Why motorcycle only? This sounds like a piece of kit I have been wanting on my cars. And several neighbours will be interested as well


Whose neighbours? My neighbours? How do you know my neighbours?
Harley_Mick8 h, 44 m ago

I'd edit title to show this is a tracker BTW. Will get more interest.


Updated, thanks
this could actually be used for any vehicle as its small and built in battery
ccnp10 h, 45 m ago

Why motorcycle only? This sounds like a piece of kit I have been wanting …Why motorcycle only? This sounds like a piece of kit I have been wanting on my cars. And several neighbours will be interested as well


I assume it's something to do with car bodywork being sheet metal vs. plastic fairings on a motorbike? They might have additional T&Cs to only cover bikes though so they can charge more for cars - as that's another price discrimination thing.
Looks great! Might lower insurance to...
plewis002 h, 48 m ago

I assume it's something to do with car bodywork being sheet metal vs. …I assume it's something to do with car bodywork being sheet metal vs. plastic fairings on a motorbike? They might have additional T&Cs to only cover bikes though so they can charge more for cars - as that's another price discrimination thing.


surely could mount in the plastic bumpers on a car, maybe on expensive ebikes, boats, caravans etc looks good would jump on one if insurance companies recognised and lowered premiums.
rehydrated1 h, 44 m ago

Looks great! Might lower insurance to...


Reading comments on Amazon, it seems only the Thatcham/Sold Secure trackers reduce insurance premiums, but are generally far more expensive systems. Best thing is to combine it with a disc lock and chain that is recognised by insurance companies
Great deal for a bike tracker. Ordered thanks OP
Thank you, being eyeing this up for a few months now on amazon, at that price it would be rude not to....cheers op
You'd have thought that most new common motorcycles (not just top of the range models) and cars would have had similar to this inexpensive electronic device already built in.

I know why motorcycle manufacturers prefer not to and that is solely for increased turnover. It's fairly easy for scroats to steal motorbikes and either damage to write off of strip down to ship overseas and that means motorcycle manufacturers get additional sales (increased profits).

I guess for some cars there will be similarities.

For me a brand new £7k motorcycle and I'd go for something permanently fitted like Automatrics MTrack more expensive but their service/backup seems to be amazing

Yes if you've just purchased Gumtree's daily bargain secondhand for £2k (whether car or motorcycle) this will be fine. You can know that scroats are screaming through the estate on/in your "pride n joy" and you can make that 101 (because it isn't an emergency) call and wait 2 to 3 days for the local PCSO to visit and give you a crime number and tell you "We've had 30 similar incidents in the past week and we haven't got the resources to investigate" But because you know where the bike/car is you might get something done.

Hey I'm not here to criticise - it seems to be a reasonable price for additional security - I just don't want people thinking this will be enough.

Go check out Automatrics MTrack videos on youtube and see why there's is, more expensive youtube.com/use…eos
Honda are including trackers in new models, even the monkey bike.

honda.co.uk/mot…tml

motorcyclenews.com/new…ol/

Customers buying new Hondas after Monday, July 2 can have a Datatool TrakKING Adventure system fitted at no extra cost, which offers automatic theft monitoring and instant notification as well as a detailed journey history which can be accessed via a smartphone app.

All the buyer will have to pay is the £10 a month subscription to the service. Existing Honda owners can also have a tracker fitted at a subsidised rate.

Normally costing between £280 and £350 fitted, Honda are also offering owners who bought bikes between January 1 and July 1 this year the chance to have the TrakKING for just £70. Owners of any older Honda can have one fitted for £199.
Edited by: "Harley_Mick" 27th Feb
I have one of these and am impressed by it. Thankfully I haven't yet had to find out if it's any use in event of theft, but it reliably notifies me when the garage move the bike round the back to work on it (having kept the Monimoto key in my pocket)! It also gives the occasional false alarm (failing to detect its key although it's in my pocket) - it spent 15 minutes trying to call me in the middle of a 150 mile journey last week.
The £3/month subscription mentioned is only if you want to use the SIM that comes with it after the first 12 months (although I have never been charged!). You can put in another SIM, if you can find one that's cheaper.
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