Xena XX-10 Disc Lock with Alarm
PIECE OF GARBAGE!!!
Just bought a used 2007 Suzuki GSX-R750 and wanted to do all I can to deter would be thieves. Saw mixed reviews of the Xena disc lock. Took the chance and bought it. Have used it for 3 days. First 2 days seemed great. Day 3 = useless. It was fine until I left work. Put it in the storage compartment and it went off the whole time I was riding. Didn't matter if I had the lock up or down. Went to a friends house and almost couldn't even use it because it wouldn't stop going off. Finally got it to stop and secured my bike. Came out 3 hours later and people said it had been going off the whole time. And it continued to go off for the 30+ minute ride home. Got home and couldn't get it to stop going off. Took the battery out. Now I have hundred dollar disc lock that doesn't do what it's advertised to do. Would have been better off using the traditional disc lock and saving my money. Totally DO NOT recommend this product.
April 11, 2015
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.
-Small enough to pack under the seat
-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
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