Xena XX-14 Disc Lock with Alarm
Great product! Highly recommended.
Durable and easy to install. Gives you peace of mind.
June 7, 2016
Easy to use and carry.
A great device if you want some security. At $99 it is worth it. Easy to carry on a trip and also very easy to use. Definitely will recommend this to my friends.
April 5, 2016
It felt like I was paying a lot for a disc lock, but the lock really has given me some peace of mind. When I have to park it on the street, I lock it up, and feel more secure. The alarm is loud, which I hope deters casual thieves or people who might mess around with the bike. I doubt the lock would stop a determined thief, but I doubt any lock would.
March 22, 2016
Purchased this lock at the recommendation of a Revzilla employee. It came in the mail today and I agree with their recommendation. Great security, loud alarm, compact design.
April 8, 2016
Does what it suppose to do. May have some issues.
I've been using it since I bought it in June, 2015. Like what most people said, this thing is pretty sensitive to movement. The lightest shake or movement will set it off. While this could be bad or good. So it does what it suppose to do.
Initially I had a problem with the sensor inside the steel body. It would go off in my backpack. It'll be in a pocket with nothing else and it would go off. Sometimes even when I'm not touching it, it would go off. The high pitch sound it gives off is really annoying. I called their customer service. They mailed me a replacement sensor and is been working fine ever since.
But $100 does seem to be a bit more than what this thing is worth in my opinion.
February 16, 2016
you'll be able to hear this alarm if anyone messes with your bike! it was a gift for our son, he loves it!
December 29, 2015
This is an overpriced piece of stainless steel with a very cheap design and brittle plastic alarm module which should have not been sold.
1.) After about four months of use the unit begins to set off false alarms at any given time day or night in use or not in use.
2.) Upon inspecting the brittle plastic alarm module located inside the housing the clip that retains the module inside the house broke off therefore it is no longer able to stay inside the housing.
3.) The module cover is removed by a long flat metal key which moves a pin assembly back allowing the cover to be removed. The pin assembly is not properly designed with a spring to keep tension on this pin assembly and therefore under vibration while riding it is merely a short period of time before the module cover simply falls apart.
a. There are no adhesives which retain the assembly of the module cover and therefore the pin simply falls out and can be lost very easily.
b. There are no replacements should any of the pin, alarm module housing clip, and steel cover for the pin assembly which holds the pin in place.
4.) The lithium CR2 battery listed as XBP4 is with little speculation a very cheap battery which could be replaced at the local Duracell battery display at the local hardware store.
5.) In summary due to vibration when not in use yet stored on the bike this product will literally fall apart after four months of normal use. Therefore this is worthless as there is no durability.
As a person whom uses my bike daily to run errands and then uses it for long distance riding I need to trust that the bike is secure when not in use. I will not recommend this product to anyone at any time due to the fact the product falls apart in addition to sending false alarms in the day time or the middle of the night.
Simply purchase a kryptonite lock and you will have the durability you seek as this is a bit of a rip off due to very poor design and no engineering skills used in the design process.
The sensation of being ripped off has taken place
December 30, 2015
Great product that doesn't last
I was able to use it daily on my motorcycle for about a month until it broke. Any movement would set the alarm off, even when it is unlocked. It was great up until that point.
November 11, 2015