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Tesco Bike Lock


  • nay.
  • Nay.

    Get a D-lock.
    "The problem was, I was still using my eyes even though I had them shut"

    Demoted to commuting duty

    Orange Crush!
  • stumpyjonstumpyjon Posts: 4,069
    It's more of an anti tamper device than a security device, but if that's what you're after £ 15 isn't too much. I wouldn't use it to leave an expensive bike anywhere. Might be useful in combination with a better lock, e.g. use the better lock to attach the frame to something immovable and then use this lock to secure wheels etc.
    It's easier to ask for forgiveness than for permission.

    I've bought a new bike....ouch - result
    Can I buy a new bike?...No - no result
  • pyebibby4pyebibby4 Posts: 73
    well i use two tesco locks around dorset and i lost one of the keys... so i got a paper clip and got it open that way... excellent i thourght u dont even need a key so i brought another one! what a treat :P
  • Liam-rooneyLiam-rooney Posts: 159
    I would rather pay lots for a decent lock and keep my bike than save money on a lock and then pay loads to replace my bike,

    if that makes sense.
    NS Holy 2009 :D
    Saving for Full Sus...
  • i has 2 cheap locks on my bike and it got pinched within 5 mins....

    i now have a lock that cost me £40 and has a £2000 (think its 2g cant remember) warranty on it.....if it gets stolen from a stationary substantial object, i get £2000 lol.

    Not taking any chances i really dont like locking my bike anywhere now :(
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