Oxford OF178 GP Chain Lock - 1.5 m by Amazon at £11.75
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Oxford OF178 GP Chain Lock - 1.5 m by Amazon at £11.75

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Found 5th Jan 2015
This seems a great price to me from a top brand.

You have to select Amazon as the seller, not the default one, to get this price. I think it's the lowest it has been.

Oxford General Purpose Chain Lock
1.5m Chain
Suitable for use with motorbikes
Comes with protective sleeve to avoid damaging you're motorbike
Supplied with 2 keys per lock

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I just bought the £12.99 one, the £11.75 amazon product is out of stock and will take 1 - 3 weeks.

£1.24 more to have it tomorrow is worth it.... Bless Amazon Prime
Edited by: "kev1986" 5th Jan 2015

would this be considered too big for a pushbike?

Looks like someone asked that question and it was deemed too heavy to carry around on a push bike

Alas my LIDL chain has seen better days, and it's time to invest in some 'proper' gear - yes - far too heavy for a pushbike,

I have a 3 kilo sold secure gold squire chain which I wear across my chest when I cycle it is not heavy this way but it's a bit longer than this one. 1.2m. The Oxford is 1.5m

Does not look like this Oxford has a sold secure rating, keep those chains high off the ground to avoid cropping.

techair

Looks like someone asked that question and it was deemed too heavy to … Looks like someone asked that question and it was deemed too heavy to carry around on a push bike


I was thinking of only taking it to work the once and leaving it there to be honest, I don't think I'd manage a lock along side my huge amount of packing up!

mogsog

I have a 3 kilo sold secure gold squire chain which I wear across my … I have a 3 kilo sold secure gold squire chain which I wear across my chest when I cycle it is not heavy this way but it's a bit longer than this one. 1.2m. The Oxford is 1.5mDoes not look like this Oxford has a sold secure rating, keep those chains high off the ground to avoid cropping.




height from the ground will not make any difference to it getting cropped or not.

Chain through swing arm if at all possible and lock off the ground to avoid sledge hammer approach I'd say.

Original Poster

Wow! Sledge hammer approach... Whatever next!

I'm going to use this with my pushbike. The thieves tried to take my bike the other day. I had two cable locks on it. One was sliced through when I came back to it but it looked like they'd struggled with the other, better quality, one.

Hopefully this one will be even more secure.
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