Asgaard Bike Sheds and Bike Insurance
i have one of there models. really good. i put a couple of ground anchors in there plus extra locks on the front, alarm etc. (piece of mind more than anything). the internal locks seem really good, (3 way)
again dont no about the insurance, but if you are thinking about getting one soon, try and wait until halfords have the 20% off bicycle accesseries deal on, you can save about 80/100 quid and they delivery in a week, where you can wait up to 4 weeks if you go direct through asgard, and pay more.Posted 4 years agonedrapierSubscriber
try and wait until halfords have the 20% off bicycle accesseries deal on, you can save about 80/100 quid and they delivery in a week, where you can wait up to 4 weeks if you go direct through asgard, and pay more.
Nuts! Didn’t know about this! Bought mine last year. Not been broken into yet. Can’t say any more than that.
If someone’s looking for sheds to break into, they’ll move along. If someone really wants what you’ve got in yours, they might get it. I think someone on here said he had one get into his.Posted 4 years agonedrapierSubscriber
My tip: If you’re thinking about getting a powerdrill/driver, and this is the thing that’s going to push you into buying it, get one with a little LED that lights up the work.
I didn’t realise how helpful it would be, and I was very glad of it when I was inside, getting the roof screwed on.Posted 4 years agofuzzheadMember
I have an Asgard – it was broken into last year. They’re not impenetrable by any stretch of the imagination, but they’re better than a wooden shed.
Insurance paid out no problem , but they stipulate big locks.
As above, I’d go with big locks on the outside, ground anchor, big locks inside, alarm, but definitely check with your insurer.Posted 4 years ago
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