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OnGuard (Gold Sold Secure) Pitbull DT Shackle U-Lock + Additional Cable £23.99 / Brute Lock Shackle U-Lock £24.63 @ Tredz Online Bike Shop
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OnGuard (Gold Sold Secure) Pitbull DT Shackle U-Lock + Additional Cable £23.99 / Brute Lock Shackle U-Lock £24.63 @ Tredz Online Bike Shop

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Posted 27th Feb
Choice of two bike locks....

Thanks to @reindeer333 and @matwalaboy for posting this deal last year

Gold Sold Secure Rating


The OnGuard Pitbull U-lock bike lock is accredited with insurance friendly Gold Sold Secure. This is the highest protection rating that a bike lock can achieve so you can be sure your bike is safe and secure. It is rare to see such a solid bike lock at this price that can offer such protection.

The OnGuard Pitbull bike lock is designed for use in medium to high crime areas. A 14mm hardened steel shackle offers excellent cut resistance whilst being tough against leverage style attacks.

OnGuard’s Pitbull comes with plenty of spare keys, including one which features an LED for easy locking and unlocking at night. A protective vinyl coating means your valuable paintwork won’t get scratched.

Key Features

  • U-Lock is Gold Sold Secure rated
  • Pitbull Series Standard Length Inc Cable
  • U-lock 115 X 230
  • Chunky 14mm Hardened Ultra Steel Shackle Provides Maximum Cut Resistance
  • Protective Vinyl Coating
  • Quattro Bolt Locking Mechanism
  • 5 Laser Cut Key And Integrated Dust Cover
  • Cable 120cm X 10mm
  • All Tube Mounting Bracket

Shackle Dimensions:

  • 115mm x 230mm (W x H x Diam) (4.53” x 9.06”) x 14mm (0.55”)

D Cable Dimensions:

  • 120cm x 10mm (4” x 0.39”)

Additional Features:

  • 5 laser cut keys (1 micro-light and 4 extra grip keys)
  • Micro-light key projects a bright white beam
  • Snap Lock Quick Release multi-position mounting bracket.

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OnGuard Brute Lock Shackle U-Lock - Gold Sold Secure Rating - £24.63

Key Features
  • Sold Secure Gold rated
  • Massive 16mm Hardened Ultra Steel Shackle Provides
  • Maximum Cut Resistance.
  • Quattro Bolt Locking Mechanism
  • 5 Laser Cut Keys
  • Integrated Dust Cover
  • Microlight Key Projects A High Focussed Beam.
  • All Tube Mounting Bracket
  • Dimensions - 111mm x 260mm
  • Anti Theft Guarantee.
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24 Comments
Great price!
The RRP on this lock is over £50
Thieves will need more than bolt cutters to get through this.
I believe it has some sort of insurance if your bike is stolen too.
ScottWillis27/02/2020 15:09

Great price!The RRP on this lock is over £50Thieves will need more than …Great price!The RRP on this lock is over £50Thieves will need more than bolt cutters to get through this.I believe it has some sort of insurance if your bike is stolen too.


I bought this lock, locked my bike with it to a u-bracket on the wall and then no matter what I tried it would not unlock it lol I had to in the end angle grind the lock off. I hope mine was a one off experience but was a costly purchase to make.
I have one of these for locking my nice bike in the garage. Really sturdy and comes with 4 or 5 keys IIRC. Mine was more than this, great deal
Edited by: "cactusbob" 27th Feb
ShootistUK27/02/2020 15:12

I bought this lock, locked my bike with it to a u-bracket on the wall and …I bought this lock, locked my bike with it to a u-bracket on the wall and then no matter what I tried it would not unlock it lol I had to in the end angle grind the lock off. I hope mine was a one off experience but was a costly purchase to make.


Omg...Did you contact them?
I have a Pitbull LS(Long Shackle) and a Brute.
My mates have the same all with no issues for over 3 years.
Have had this lock for a couple of years and it's been pretty decent with very little corrosion.
This has been a great purchase for me. Also one of the keys comes with a light built in! But never seen it for £50. I think I paid £28.99 2 years ago so good price now.
Edited by: "twe" 27th Feb
ShootistUK27/02/2020 15:12

I bought this lock, locked my bike with it to a u-bracket on the wall and …I bought this lock, locked my bike with it to a u-bracket on the wall and then no matter what I tried it would not unlock it lol I had to in the end angle grind the lock off. I hope mine was a one off experience but was a costly purchase to make.



Me too. Twice. Managed to get mine off with a hammer. The second was the replacement that I received under guarantee for the first!

I do have another, which is older than both the others and which is still fine. Guess they must have changed something.

Anyway, I have gone back to Abus.

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Edited by: "hoverdonkey" 27th Feb
Super price here mate and thanks for the kind mention (wasn't needed though honestly )
matwalaboy27/02/2020 16:09

Super price here mate and thanks for the kind mention (wasn't needed …Super price here mate and thanks for the kind mention (wasn't needed though honestly )


Thank you @matwalaboy for your support
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Nothing is gonna stop a battery powered hand held grinder with a cutting wheel on. If you have an expensive bike dont leave it anywhere regardless of whatever fancy lock you have. Battery powered grinders should be outlawed.
Mallybumbo27/02/2020 19:35

Nothing is gonna stop a battery powered hand held grinder with a cutting …Nothing is gonna stop a battery powered hand held grinder with a cutting wheel on. If you have an expensive bike dont leave it anywhere regardless of whatever fancy lock you have. Battery powered grinders should be outlawed.


Sad but true, security is only ever a delaying tactic. I use my new local train station to get into Manchester for a pub crawl, and would love to cycle there and back from the station. They have a bike shed inside the station compound but no cameras surveying it, or secure containers for the battery. Off topic perhaps, but if you want people to use bikes we need to get the security aspect up to speed.
Mallybumbo27/02/2020 19:35

Nothing is gonna stop a battery powered hand held grinder with a cutting …Nothing is gonna stop a battery powered hand held grinder with a cutting wheel on. If you have an expensive bike dont leave it anywhere regardless of whatever fancy lock you have. Battery powered grinders should be outlawed.


This claims to

If you get this, be sure to regularly lube the lock mechanism!
ShootistUK27/02/2020 15:12

I bought this lock, locked my bike with it to a u-bracket on the wall and …I bought this lock, locked my bike with it to a u-bracket on the wall and then no matter what I tried it would not unlock it lol I had to in the end angle grind the lock off. I hope mine was a one off experience but was a costly purchase to make.


Hmmm I had the very same issue where the first lock seized up but amazon replaced it free of charge and the replacement is still going a couple of years use later
blake_727/02/2020 20:37

That lock looks ridiculous!


Doesn't it just! Like something out of a Warner Bros cartoon.


Actually, you should watch the inventor's youtube video, even after 40 minutes cutting, he is still totally incompetent with an angle grinder.
Check out lock picking lawyer on YouTube,video 793, he tries to cut through the Onguard brute 8001 with a rebar cutter, #epicfail ,17mm thick with the usual bucket full of keys. I bought a Magnum made a few years ago that has abloy keys wheras these have the routed out type so it's important to keep all moving parts well lubricated.
Edited by: "trannyboy" 27th Feb
melted27/02/2020 21:22

Doesn't it just! Like something out of a Warner Bros …Doesn't it just! Like something out of a Warner Bros cartoon.Actually, you should watch the inventor's youtube video, even after 40 minutes cutting, he is still totally incompetent with an angle grinder. [Video]


Hes cutting the wrong thing. Should be cutting the weak point, the steel hoop.
PhilipGregson27/02/2020 22:52

Hes cutting the wrong thing. Should be cutting the weak point, the steel …Hes cutting the wrong thing. Should be cutting the weak point, the steel hoop.


You can break off many modern stands with brute force, I saw a group of 5 kids doing it many years ago, but unfortunately didn't realise what they were up to until I next passed the stands some days later, and noticed the hoop that had a bike locked to it that they were surrounding was missing!

It seems to be a common theme with novel lock demonstrations, always the wrong, unsuitable, or incorrectly adjusted tools, or incorrectly used. Like cable cutters designed only for use on copper on steel cables, and bolt cutters with the jaws miss-adjusted.

But in his case, he should have never have been allowed to progress away from using child safety scissors.

I would attempt to cut out the lock barrel first, but if that didn't work, then I'd fancy my chances with a hacksaw to cut away the aluminium shell, or cutting along the weld line between the two halves of the aluminium shell with the grinder and splitting it to expose the steel u-shackle. Or make an oversized safety guard and use a larger disc to finish the cut, if the grinder is man enough.
Edited by: "melted" 27th Feb
NotMarki27/02/2020 21:13

Hmmm I had the very same issue where the first lock seized up but amazon …Hmmm I had the very same issue where the first lock seized up but amazon replaced it free of charge and the replacement is still going a couple of years use later


Hmm... three people with the same issue suggests it's a common problem. Perhaps that's why it's cheap. Good price but I'm sticking with my Abus.
Solid choice for a solid lock
Thx. Great deal. Plus Top Cashback bonus 😁😁
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