Oxford BOSS 14mm disc lock / padlock with reminder cable and bracket £19.99 ebay / M&P
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Oxford BOSS 14mm disc lock / padlock with reminder cable and bracket £19.99 ebay / M&P

£19.99£24.9920%eBay Deals
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Found 26th Feb
Cheapest I've seen this for before was £22 at a bike show, and online is usually £30+. Possibly cause some controversy as to how to secure your bike and whether it's the best lock on the market, but for £20 it's got decent enough reviews on the most part and better than no security at all. Obviously compatible with chains with large enough links and comes with the reminder cable and a bracket to hang it from when not in use,

TCB at 1.01% should also apply, for that extra 20p saving
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Good deal, and much better than no security at all, but I've found with mine the locking mechanism is quite hard to get undone sometimes, which is a pain in the rear when out and about.

Still well worth £20.
T3npenny52 m ago

Good deal, and much better than no security at all, but I've found with …Good deal, and much better than no security at all, but I've found with mine the locking mechanism is quite hard to get undone sometimes, which is a pain in the rear when out and about.Still well worth £20.


I actually had the alarm version for many many years and I only yesterday had a problem with the locking mechanism but I gave it a shake and it unlocked so i guess there is ball bearings or something in there.
Disc detainer locks work using metal discs spaced between wafers that rotate around a sidebar. They're really hard to pick compared to a standard lock as you need specialist kit, so that should be covered. Poundland used to do a bad disc detainer padlock, which is surprisingly good value.

Anyway I'll stop talking about locks, heat added.
sach77 h, 34 m ago

Disc detainer locks work using metal discs spaced between wafers that …Disc detainer locks work using metal discs spaced between wafers that rotate around a sidebar. They're really hard to pick compared to a standard lock as you need specialist kit, so that should be covered. Poundland used to do a bad disc detainer padlock, which is surprisingly good value.Anyway I'll stop talking about locks, heat added.


Unfortunately the days of picking are over, the thieves are using cordless handheld angle grinders that will cut through any disc lock in seconds.
j5432127th Feb

Unfortunately the days of picking are over, the thieves are using cordless …Unfortunately the days of picking are over, the thieves are using cordless handheld angle grinders that will cut through any disc lock in seconds.


I saw a video on YouTube of someone cutting through a Fahgetaboutit lock using a battery powered angle grinder. It's insane.
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