Motorcycle--Scooter--Bicycle. Heavy Duty Chain & Padlock  £5.19 & Free Delivery  EBay  ukmart365
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Motorcycle--Scooter--Bicycle. Heavy Duty Chain & Padlock £5.19 & Free Delivery EBay ukmart365

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Found 17th Jun 2016
Double the price on Amazon, no Idea how they can make a profit considering how heavy it is to post.

High Security Reinforced Motorcycle Bicycle Metal Chain padlock
Ideal security solution to any motorbike bicycle, a must have piece!
Covered with 600D Oxford fabric, durable and anti- corrosion
It also provides protection for the wheels
Comes with 3 matching keys, never mind of losing anymore
Material: high quality stainless steel

Main Color: black
Approx. Size: 70cm/27.6"(L); 6cm x 3.5cm/2.4" x 1.4"(lock size)
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Cheers, needed a new one and this seems very decent
Any tea leaves out their can verify this as secure please?...
pennyfarthing88

Any tea leaves out their can verify this as secure please?...



​if you want piece of mode look for "sold secure"
Recognised by insurers?
jonesinamillion

Recognised by insurers?



​highly unlikely. A deterrent at best. The main aim of motorcycle security is to make someone elses bike look like an easier target.
Great price - thanks . It will do for the garage
70 cm long !! Far too short
just been scrutinizing the lock and metal, on close inspection it looks cheap in quality and probably weak metal. plus even though the key and locking mechanism on first glance looks like it could be half decent in fact I think it may just be a cheap imitation on being a quality cut.
Groovii D

​if you want piece of mode look for "sold secure"



I see what you did there.
I've never seen a lock that has to tell you that it's a lock before.
kintheuk

​highly unlikely. A deterrent at best. The main aim of motorcycle s … ​highly unlikely. A deterrent at best. The main aim of motorcycle security is to make someone elses bike look like an easier target.


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Lock pinning seems to be an Abloy style. Only three wafers but they're tough as balls and the picks are expensive.

But as others have said (and the price reflects), this looks like cheap tat so probably is. Chrome dipped cast iron. People hailing this as a deterrent but if everybody else uses a solid lock and you've got this doblo thing selotaped to your bike with LOCK written on it, that might advertise a weak point.
Bolt cutters will get through that in a second.

This isn't going to protect anything
If anyone is after a proper tough lock and chain then look at the Almax & Squire chain/lock combo.
I think the most significant weakness is the lock. Sure the chain is probably cheese grade but the lock appears to be a typical Chinese disc detainer design, which means the end cap that retains the disc wafers is held in by a captive snap ring, this is easily undone with a small pry tool like a screwdriver allowing access to the innards of the lock. In this case, I'd guess that will expose the locking pawl which again a small pry tool would make short work of.

I have broken in to similar locks in seconds with nothing more than a screwdriver, this isn't worth a fiver in my opinion, especially considering that a good lock and chain will last a life time.
dealsonmeals

If anyone is after a proper tough lock and chain then look at the Almax & … If anyone is after a proper tough lock and chain then look at the Almax & Squire chain/lock combo.



Haven't bought mine yet as the cost is quite high, but am looking to get an Almax myself for my motorbike. Search YouTube for their test videos. Really surprising how easy it is to get through most locks, including branded 'sold secure' ones.

Personally, I would only use these unbranded ones for my wheelbarrow!
nomnomnomnom

Bolt cutters will get through that in a second.This isn't going to … Bolt cutters will get through that in a second.This isn't going to protect anything


it is if the bike thief doesn't have bolt cutters shoved up his top..
Read the bottom Q+ A section on the webpage for interesting feedback
You gets what you pays for, as a very rough rule of thumb, I tend to expect to pay 10% of the value of an item on extras like this, so if your bike is only worth £50 this would be ideal.
Cheap but pointless
Wouldn't trust my pushbike with this, let alone my motorbike. Chains should not be made of cream cheese.
Shaydog

Material: high quality stainless steel



There's no quality to this whatsoever. The chain covered by the fabric is NOT the same type of chain link that is exposed near the lock.

I wouldn't use this to secure a child's tricycle let alone a motorcycle.
Got one, worse security than pound shop bike lock. Battling for refund.
Its a cheap abloy type rotory lock after a few uses the mech will break then the lock will be useless.
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