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Xena XX-10 Disc Lock with Alarm
  • Xena XX-10 Disc Lock with Alarm - Stainless Steel
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Xena XX10 Disc Lock

High-grade chro-moly steel mono-block construction and piercing 120dB alarm make the high-performance XX10 a remarkably effective way to protect your motorbike.

Lock: Featuring a sport and streetbike-oriented fit profile with 10mm double-locking, carbide-reinforced hardened-steel locking pin and pick-proof, freeze-spray proof key and barrel.

Alarm: Shock & motion sensors trigger a piercing 120dB anti-theft alarm powered by a single CR2 Lithium battery. Self-arming, with no on-off switch, re-sets to armed mode within 15 seconds.


  • 1 7/8” (46mm) throat width
  • 3/8” (10mm) diameter carbide-reinforced hardened-steel locking pin
  • Double-Locking System
  • Maximum Security Key & Barrel
  • Ice Spray-Proof Body & Key Barrel
  • Ultra-High Strength
  • 120dB Alarm
  • Auto Arm/Disarm 
  • Shock & Movement Sensors
  • Removable Alarm Module


  • 1 XENA Disc-Lock
  • 1 CR2 Battery
  • 3 Keys
  • 1 XENA Lock Tool Etched with Unique Key Code

Please Note: Battery comes pre-installed in lock.

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Xena XX-10 Disc Lock with Alarm 4.3 5 72 72
Thing is loud! I bought this for road trips as I have a garage, so I haven't really had to use it much. I have put it on and had someone move it while I was in the house and I could easily hear it going off. February 23, 2015
Buggy alarm module, worse customer service. The lock I bought I've had for about 6 months now. The alarm module goes off all the time, when it shouldn't. The lock cylinder sticks when trying to unlock often causing me to set off the alarm when trying to take it off (I've tried lubricating it as well to no avail) I've contacted XENA customer support 3 times. They replied 2 of those three times claiming to be sending me a replacement alarm module. Its been 6 months. Still not resolved. If you buy a XENA lock (which I won't recommend) at least don't get one with an alarm. It will cause more trouble than its worth. February 17, 2015
Great security option I've had the XX14 for almost 2 years, which I've used on an R6S and an FZ6. The battery is finally starting to go, but the lock still arms and gives warning beeps, it just doesn't have the juice to give the 15 second alarm. Not bad for 2 years of daily use on the same tiny battery. I'll replace the battery this weekend and I see no reason why this thing won't give me another two years of solid reliability--it's absolutely bullet proof and a must-have for anyone parking their bike outside of a secured area. Pros: -Loud -Durable -Sensitive alarm -Small enough to pack under the seat Cons: -Kind of Pricey -Takes practice to avoid false alarms when engaging/disengaging -Not brightly colored enough to act as a visual deterrent November 14, 2014
Effective protection This lock is strong and loud. It's not so sensitive so as to be triggering all the time, but is sensitive enough to start screaming when it's supposed to. You may want to practice putting it on and taking it off a couple of times. If you don't get it off smoothly, the alarm will trigger, because it thinks you're stealing the bike. Your ears will definitely ring if this happens. Fits well on a 2014 Triumph Daytona. November 10, 2014
Excellent Combination Protection Device Solid constructed, reliable and movement sensible. Make sure if you also use a motorcycle cover, you install the disc lock last, because any minor movement that it might feel, will trigger the alarm. September 6, 2014
Alarm is not up to par I bought this lock to take on long trips. I tested this lock in and around town for a couple months before my first long trip to see how the alarm would function. First of all the lock looks and feels solid and is what I was looking for in a lock. Second, the first time I used it, it performed flawlessly. So great, I thought. The second and third times the lock gave a false alarm, one when I was walking from my bike to a store. False alarms continued intermittently during the couple months of testing. This got to be annoying, so I removed the alarm piece. I've used this lock on my long trips with the alarm removed. It's a very expensive non-alarm lock to be sure. September 29, 2014
Peace of mind I have bought the XX-10,XX-14 and XX-6.The XX-6 is perfect for locking to the rear disc brake,although it seems to be more sensitive to activating than the other sizes.The XX-10 I'd say is a perfect size for front discs if you're on any of the Big 4 sportbikes.It'll lock into the space past the vent holes and will seem to fit best.the XX-14 is just about the same as the 10,just that the locking pin is much thicker,but you may find that it may seem a bit loose so there will be some adjusting in placement.Still great products nonetheless,I recommend people rig your bikes with a combo of locks.I myself use all 3 disc lock alarms + an Abus Granit Extreme chain lock.No one will try to pick or cut a smoothed disc lock with three 120 decibel alarms blaring at them,at least 1 directly in their face, and the whole neighborhood hearing such an annoying sound. July 25, 2014
Good, but with some negatives. The lock appears to be heavy duty and durable. Alarm goes off if I put in on directly after riding on a hot day. Not sure if it is the heat from the disc giving a false movement to the senor, but it is rather annoying that I can't put the lock on right away after riding. Also, the battery died after 2 months. I contacted the company asking for a replacement since it didn't last anywhere near the 8 months listed in the manual, but they never responded. Thankfully the battery was cheap and easy to replace. September 2, 2014
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Xena XX-10 Disc Lock with Alarm
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Lee B: Don't want my stuff stole. Aug 21, 2014
ELROY O: Because of the features offered. Apr 15, 2014
Usha D: Saw demo videos about it Mar 6, 2014
Michael B: To have piece of mind knowing that my bike is better protected. Feb 10, 2014
Tyler B: my friend told me this is lock and a very loud alarm and is very sensitive. which could be annoying sometimes but its worth it if sometimes does trying to touch your bike you know it will go off. Jan 3, 2014
HASAN D: The name explains it all. No clarification be needed when choosing Xena Security systems. Nov 27, 2013
Mauricio V: Need to protect my new R6! Nov 26, 2013
Matthew M: Need mild theft deterrent along with chain to avoid damage to bike during theft attempts. Oct 24, 2013
A shopper asked: Will this fit on a 2003 suzuki gsxr 750? Jun 25, 2014
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Peter M: I ride a 2013 BMW R1200RT. I have no idea if it will fit your disk rotor. I would think that it does because when I have it installed there is plenty of room for larger disks. Jun 25, 2014
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Alan M: Not sure about your bike. I own a Triumph Thunderbird 2014 and I was able to fit in through a few different holes on the front disk without issue. Good lock easy to use. Jun 25, 2014
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Mauricio V: According to the Dena security website, the alarm will fit the GSXR 750 Jun 25, 2014
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Sherwin B asked: I have 2014 Yamaha Bolt which one fit on my bike? thanks Aug 22, 2014
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Matthew M: Since your bike isn't on the fitment guide, print out the Xena lockfitter PDF (This form won't let me include a link to it, but just google "xena lockfitter" and it'll be the first link, a pdf), use those mad 1'st grader safety scissor skills to cut out the dotted areas and hold it against your brake disc for your product options.

One thing to note, the XX-10 is not represented on that chart. However, if you use the distance (47mm) from the X2 lock and make a 10mm hole (that's 3/8" for us 'Muricans), you'll have the same dimensions.

You're probably safe with anything from XX-6 (in the small holes) to an XX-14 (using the larger slots). I use an XX-10 in the large slots with my Tuono and I find it to be much easier than trying to dork with fitting through the tiny holes and setting the alarm off by accident.
Aug 22, 2014
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Peter M: I ride a 2013 BMW R1200RT. Check with your dealer on if the disks are similar in dimension. There is plenty of play in the gap in the alarm to fit most bikes.
Good Luck.
Aug 22, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi there

I am looking for a disc brake alarm lock for my KTM Duke 200 and am not sure which one will fit my bike, Can you help?
Aug 31, 2013
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Abel V: I should have no trouble fitting. The slot between the pin and the end of the device is large enough that it should fit most rotors out there. Sep 26, 2013
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Ray Brown I: the 10 will prob fit, on xena's site they have a sizing chart i believe Sep 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: Do I need the XENA XX-10 or 14 for my 2008 Honda CBR 600RR? Feb 24, 2015
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Paul K: They are the same size I believe. I bought the 10 thinking it would fit directly into a certain whole on my rear brake rotor of my ninja650 but it was 1mm to big so it easily fits all the way to the inside of the rotor like it the picture. Personally I would recommend the 14 because that is the size of the locking pin about 1/2" and 3"8 on the 10 and it's 2 bucks more. If someone really wants the bike 2 or 3 guys can pick it up and put in in a van in 5 seconds but I feel better because it does make a load noise for the casual person who may touch the bike and they can't roll/push the bike. Feb 24, 2015
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vladimir a asked: i have a BMW R1150R, will this product fit, can this be used on the front wheel? Sep 27, 2013
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A s: i have a vstrom 650 and it feets great on my bike. its extremly loud.and i like the fact that is so small and can have always with me Sep 28, 2013
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