Ok, so it's for a Motor bike, but I have one and it's a great addition to your Shed security.
PSA: Aldi Bike Lock.
Nice one. Added that to my horse lasagne shopping list
beaten to the PSA by 9 mins
I've got 2 already and will get another on Sunday .
Begs the question why the branded ones are 10 times the price!
I bought one of these before too.. but lost it!
If I ever need to bludgeon someone, they'll be my weapon of choice, they weigh a ton
But unless they have a sold secure silver/gold rating there pretty pointless as most insurance company's would void the insurance if your bike was stolen.
Good as a secondary lock though.
That's what I was thinking, I'm guessing they don't - can anyone confirm?
Just be aware it'll only deter a poorly equipped/amateur thief (it'll almost certainly come off with boltcutters faster than it comes off with the key). Not pointless though at £10.
Two of them chained together around my bikes. Can't hurt.
Think ill get a couple in the morning.. My m+s policy states they just have to be locked to an immovable object.. I think!
Pretty sure it doesn't state it has to be a gold/silver rated lock.. I'm sure someone can confirm though!
I've had one for a couple of years. The sleeve is attached to the chain at one end but can ride up at the other, like a rolled up sleeve. Also, the padlock loop can only fit a single link, so has to be used like a noose. That aside, they are worth £10.
Probably deter the amateur.
Chained together? Will probably just cart the two away and deal with lock in private.
I had this in my lock up in Edinburgh
Coupled it with a hefty ground anchor
Large Tesco,s did have them, but beware, the lock sometimes jams, a bit of wd40 helps.
Ive got one in the van for when i leave the bike in the back, not very often though.
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