Abus Detecto 7000 RS 1 Alarm Disc Lock
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Abus Detecto 7000 RS1 Alarm Disk Lock

The Detecto 7000 RS1 is a lighter weight option in the ABUS family of alarm brake disc locks. Using the same cutting edge 3D Motion sensing technology used in the beefier Granit Detecto X-Plus 8077, this lock features many of the same high-tech design features in a lighter, sportier lock body. The Detecto 7000 RS1 features high tech 3D alarm sensor technology in a sporty, and easy one-handed operation.

Features:

  • 3 x 5 mm square steel bolt
  • The bolt, lock body as well as supporting elements of the locking mechanism are made of special hardened steel
  • Alarm function on basis of the ABUS 3D detection system meaning that every movement is detected
  • Alarm of at least 110 dB
  • Lock can be transported in locked condition without activated detection system thanks to a manuel activation button, integrated into the Snap 'n Go mechanism
  • Multi color LED and different acoustic signals inform about battery, activation and alarm status
  • One hand operation due to the patented Snap 'n Go system - lock closes and activates automatically when pressed on the brake disc
  • ABUS Extra Classe cylinder with encoded reversible key
  • Two keys are supplied with the lock
  • Two AAA standard batteries for the alarm function are included
  • Protective bag included
4.3 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.2 / 5
Features
4.5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit & Finish
5 / 5
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Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Disc Locks do NOT prevent motorcycle theft
I know this is a review of the product as an alarm & disc lock, however it is important to understand what security system you are choosing to purchase.

I decided on this Abus 7000 alarm disc lock for peace of mind. I live in a "higher end" apartment complex in a large city with gated garages and security guards. I felt reasonably secure with my bike simply locked and alarmed along with all the other motorcycles in my complex. Unfortunately my 2014 Yamaha R1 was stolen within one month of me buying it.

This brings me to reviewing this product.

Disc locks are truly not that much of a security deterrent for thieves. It takes very little effort to pick up the bike and wheel it off on a dolly or roller cart (tools any movers can purchase at Lowes for $20).

As for the alarm on the Abus, it is pretty weak and it only stays on for 15 seconds. I set it off almost every time I unlocked it and it really was not loud enough to gain much attention. (see previous review regarding noise level)

Abus makes some quality locks that are tough to pick or break open, but locks are there to keep honest people honest. For motorcycle security you simply require more than a disc lock and alarm.

Suggestions:
Use a combination of deterrents. Wheel lock in conjunction with security chains. RF alarms to notify you. GPS to track and/or locate the bike if stolen.

I realize you can get a lot of money tied up into securing you motorcycle, but you must not assume simple locks such as this Abus Alarm Disc Lock is provided more security that it was designed for. It just simply does not provide $100+ worth of security.

I would recommend stepping up your security by means to secure your bike to a permanent fixture.
July 29, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2014 Yamaha YZF-R1
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Works great, ugly design
My last bike was stolen. I'm parking my new bike under the same conditions as the stolen one, except that now I use this lock. The bike is still there, so I'd like to think that it has served at least a little bit as a deterrent.

Some people complain that it doesn't come with a lanyard to remind you that the lock is there. It would be nice, but I don't think this is essential. I've forgotten to take it off, but the alarm turns on a few seconds after I've started the motorcycle. It's loud enough for me to hear over the sound of the exhaust with my helmet on. Thanks to this I've never come even close to taking off with the lock in place.

This is my review after 4 months:

Pros:
- Fits under the rear seat of my Ninja ZX-6R
- No false alarms so far
- Looks unbreakable
- Simple to use
- Haven't had to replace the battery

Cons:
- Ugly graphics, makes it look like a toy
- Could be louder
- When trying to disarm, if you don't get the key in perfectly and turn it quickly, you will get 100dB in your ear.
August 7, 2014
Ride:
2014 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Great option for a disc lock.
I wish Revzilla still had the video review up for this lock. I've got several friends who use the Xena any they all seem to complain that the lock is almost impossible to transport without it going off in a pocked or saddlebag. With the Abus, it will never go off when it's not attached to the bike, which was a huge draw for me. It does seem to be a bit sensitive, I haven't been able to remove it without it going off briefly, but I'd rather it be too sensitive than not sensitive enough.
February 16, 2015
Ride:
2007 Harley Davidson Sportster Custom XL1200C
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Great Product and Durable
I purchased this product to detour "thieves" but i ended up getting the Abus 8077. I would have kept this one, but the only reason i kept the Abus 8077 is because it fit under my rear seat cowl. this one did not. I have such limited space that I can't fit much. Other than that, i would have kept this product because it was really simple to use and it was actually louder than the Abus 8077.
November 23, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2007 Honda CBR600RR
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Legit lock!
Awesome lock. Gives me much more piece of mind knowing this lock is on my bike.

Sensitivity seems great to me. Cant go off unless its on your bike...So its pretty much a great lock.

Bright yellow is to deter thiefs and it goes off if your bike gets stood upright which is an great feature. cant forget its on there and extra security.
March 4, 2015
Ride:
2007 Yamaha YZF-R1
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
good product
very good disc lock,good build quality and easy to setup.the alarm is loud enough to make thieves hesitate but not loud enough like car alarms.overall I love it.I would add a 2 way pager alarm to your bike if your serious about anti thief.
August 6, 2013
Ride:
2012 Suzuki GSX-R600
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
A great disc lock with a decent alarm
This is a solid disc lock with some really nice features. 1) Excellent build quality and materials. It feels solid and secure, has good lock protection, and it's weatherproof. 2) The alarm is appropriately sensitive. It doesn't go off with small bumps or vibrations, but it will go off if the bike is tilted upright or the wheel moves at all. No false alarms. 3) It can be locked in two ways. If you close it by squeezing it shut, it doesn't arm the alarm. This is useful for transporting the lock or if you want the alarm deactivated for any other reason. If you use the one-handed closing feature by pushing the lock onto the rotor, then the alarm is armed. There is a few second delay between when you close the lock and when the alarm can go off. This gives you time to pull the key out. 4) The alarm is loud enough that you'll hear it even with a helmet on. This will hopefully to event you from riding off if you've forgotten the lock is on. Also, the alarm will turn itself off after 15 seconds or so and then will reset and re-arm itself. So, if it does happen to go off while you're not around and it shouldn't have (dog bumps it in the garage), it will only go off for 15 seconds. If someone is trying to steal the bike, they will inevitably keep moving the lock and the alarm will continue to go off.

Now for the weaknesses. I wish the alarm was louder. It's about as loud as a smoke alarm in your house. Its probably wouldn't wake you up of it was outside and you were sleeping when it went off. I use it while moto camping, though, and it would definitely wake me up when I'm in my tent near the bike. The only other weakness is that the keys aren't very smooth to use. There are spring loaded plastic flaps that hide the lock cylinder to protect it. You push the key through the flaps and into the lock and it takes a little wiggling to get it to go in. It's only a problem when the alarm is armed and you're trying to open the lock without setting it off. I recommend practicing with the lock off the bike a few times.

So, all in all, it's a really great disc lock with the perk of having a well-implemented alarm. It's not a substitute for a standalone alarm system in all situations.
September 10, 2015
Ride:
2015 Yamaha FZ-09
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
This thing is loud
I park my bike on the street all the time. This lock keeps the baddies at bay. If the bike is stood up or rolled, the alarm sounds.

And it is pretty.
July 29, 2013
Ride:
2012 Kawasaki Ninja 650R
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Designed poorly
The alarm is only actuated if someone yanks on the lock. The actual sound of the alarm is very quiet and muffled. Does not come with a reminder lanyard to give you a visual cue not to attempt to pull off and damage your rotors.
The lock is bulky and heavy, so I usually don't commute with it.
Overall would not recommend and would look for another option in disc locks.
October 7, 2013
Ride:
2008 Yamaha FZ6
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit & Finish
5 / 5
I always use this to keep my bike secure.
For a while i as parking my bike outside.

I research a few of these alarm locks and i went ahead with the ABUS. Glad i did. Super easy to use, and screams like a bat outta hell if someone tries to move your bike.

Its a bit heavy if you are taking it with you, but i wouldnt park my bike in public without it!
December 20, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
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Why did you choose this?
RevZilla Store
Quality merchandise with nice styling and extremely durable!
Michael M on Sep 6, 2016
I live in the San Francisco Bay Area. Bikes get stolen quite often.
William A on Feb 14, 2016
Quality merchandise with nice styling and extremely durable!
Michael M on Sep 6, 2016
need security/disc lock.
kyle h on Aug 14, 2016
I live in the San Francisco Bay Area. Bikes get stolen quite often.
William A on Feb 14, 2016
For its durability, price, and hi-tech features. It is an integral part of my overall protection protocol for my brand new bike.
Andrea F on Feb 6, 2016
This with the Granit City X-Plus Chain Lock is a no-brainer. To get my bike, you're going to have to make a lot of noise to cut through these. Florida has the "Stand Your Ground" law and Class 3 weapons are a breeze to get. Good luck with that
Walter M on Dec 24, 2015
My neighbor recently said of my other neighbor: "He wants that. He will take it."
Bubba on Aug 17, 2015
Riding to Sturgis and needed extra protection for my bike
LAURA P on Jul 2, 2015
Nice features and size. Very easy to use and should keep the lazy thief at bay.
David T on Jun 1, 2015
Bought this before, but lost the keys, so I had to cut it off.
Robert S on May 10, 2014
Security and sound alarm.
F A on Jan 15, 2014
need security/disc lock.
kyle h on Aug 14, 2016
For its durability, price, and hi-tech features. It is an integral part of my overall protection protocol for my brand new bike.
Andrea F on Feb 6, 2016
How does this lock compare to the xena alarm disc lock?
A shopper on May 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: From a construction standpoint, I think they are both equal as disc locks. The Xena may be a bit louder. However, the most important feature to me was the ability to have the Abus in my pocket or side bag and ride with it close and deactivated. With a Xena, once you close that lock bolt, it's activated again and will start to sound off with any movement. That round ball in the Abus needs to be pressed in by the disc before it's active.
When the alarm goes off did it turn itself off after a while, the way car alarms work? Or does the alarm keeps on going until the battery is empty?
A shopper on Sep 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Short answer:

This alarm only goes off for about 15 seconds, then it shuts itself off.

Long answer:

IMHO wheel locks like these are not worth the money. This one in particular is not all that loud either. In make noise in a parking garage but not enough to attract enough attention or lead to anyone intervening in a vehicle theft.

My motorcycle was stolen from a parking garage with this lock installed. It took nothing for the criminals to lift my motorcycle into the back of a pickup and drive off in a matter of seconds.

Once the motorcycle was out of the area, the criminals who stole it had all the time in the world to remove the lock. An angle grinder was used and the lock was removed within just a few hours.

A better prevention tool is a security chain and something to secure the bike to. However, nothing is 100%, and if you want to recover your stolen motorcycle you need some sort of tracking device. Contact you local PD or SAFE officer for suggestion. They know what works.

Hope this helps you decision making process.
Would this lock fit a disc lock of a Vespa GTS with ABS-system? Cause there doesn't seem to be much place...

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A shopper on Feb 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Depends on which GTS you have. According to the Motorbike Lock Guide on ABUS homepage the following locks fit the Vespa GTS Super 125: ABUS Detecto 7000 RS1/2/3 and the ABUSBuffo 300.

Just type ABUS Motorbike Lock Guide and select your bike, and all the possible ABUS locks are shown.
Would this fit on a Ninja 300?
Anthony C on Aug 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Any front brake disc normally has holes in it for this to fit. I have used it on the front brake disc of a BMW GS1200 Adventure to a HD Dyna FatBob
will this lock fit on my 2015 honda grom?
A shopper on Apr 1, 2015