Xena XX-14 Disc Lock with Alarm
Only downside is that it's a little too sensitive but at least I don't have to worry about my bike getting stolen now.
April 21, 2014
The alarm is loud, although I wish there was a way to manually disable the alarm without needing to remove the battery, as that is a hassle.
March 10, 2014
wonderful lock for reasonable price
Purchased lock for this summer's touring but with the ease of use I use it all of the time. It is compact enough to fit in the "glove box" on the fairing of my K1200GT and slides easily over my front wheel rotor. Gives great security for remote parking and alarm is sufficient to attrack attention to wrong doers. Little chance of a false alarm but tampering with bike will activate alarm. A reminder cable would have been nice but a brightly colored shoe string tied to throttle serves as a good reminder. The inclusion of three keys with lock is a plus.
April 21, 2014
Excellent in all, but small issue
Excellent disc lock as others have stated.
Now, there is a little design flaw in the alarm module itself. If it rains, the little IR sensor windows will fog up causing the alarm to malfunction and think that it's still armed when you take the lock off, eventually keeping the alarm going off until you take the battery out (and continuous embarrassment until then).
March 3, 2014
Perfect Blend of Sensitivity and Durabillity
I know that if someone Really wants my bike nothing is going to stop them from getting it, but this alarm makes me feel a whole lot better about keeping my bike outside. It is very sensitive (though I haven't found it to bee 'too' sensitive as others have stated) and when it goes off It Is Loud so I know it will attract un-wanted attention for a thief. Also the design looks very durable and it looks like it will stand up to some serious damage by anyone trying to get by it. Love the alarm.
February 10, 2014
Xena XX-14 Disc Lock
This is a solid, easy to use, piece of hardware. The alarm has plenty of volume to it. I believe this will be an effective deterrent to someone messing with my motorcycle. When it's installed, the alarm activates by just bumping the bike or by attempting to move the handlebars. Another nice effect is that if someone is trying to roll the bike away, they would have to lift the bike's front end off the ground since the front wheel will obviously only turn so far before the lock catches on the forks or brake caliper. For around $100 - you can't go wrong with this item if you have concerns about where you park your bike. Nothing is 100% - but this is a good start.
January 20, 2014
Does its job
The alarm is pretty sensitive, which is a good thing. As soon as you try and roll the bike forward or backwards with it on, it will start going off. Its pretty loud, but nothing out of this world. Overall, it does its job.
February 12, 2014
A little quirky.
I've had the displeasure of more than a few false alarms; one of which was while I was riding and it was in my jacket pocket. I don't understand why there needs to be an auto alarm sensor, when it'd make much more sense for it to arm when the it's locked.
November 30, 2013