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Abus 8077 Granit Detecto Electronic Chain Lock / Disc Brake Lock
The Granit Detecto 8077 12KS Loop chain combination covers all your motorcycle security bases. The 8077 brake disc alarm lock, when used with the detachable 12KS loop chain offers an incredible level of security for your valuable motorcycle in areas of high theft risk. The ABUS Granit Dectecto X-PLus 8077 brake disc lock itself is as state of the art as the machine you drive. Made of special temper hardened steel, the deceptively simple looking lock is incredibly easy to use but houses a high tech 3D alarm sensor technology wrapped in a brick of steel.
- Granit Detecto X-PLUS 8077 brake disc lock with a hardened steel 12mm loop chain
- 2-in-1 lock can also be used without chain
- 13mm steel bolt
- The bolt, lock body as well as supporting elements of the locking mechanism are made of special hardened steel
- ABUS 3D detection system for immediate alarm activation when shocks are detected
- Alarm of at least 100 dB for 15 seconds (activates automatically again)
- Lock can be transported in locked condition without activating the detection system thanks to automatic brake disc recognition system
- A multicolor LED and different acoustic signals inform about battery, activation, and alarm status
- ABUS X-Plus cylinder for highest protection against manipulations, e.g. picking
- Two keys are supplied with the lock, one LED lighted
- ABUS Code Card for additional or replacement keys
- Two AAA standard batteries for the alarm function are included
- Chain is 47" (120cm) long
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Reviews & Questions
The salesman wasn't sure if the chain could be used with the lock affixed to the disc. It can, but it takes some practice and coordination to get it right. The chain can also be used with the lock as a standalone lock, putting it around a solid fixed object. If it's disturbed, the alarm will sound, attracting attention. Using it on the disc gives an extra level of security. I loop the chain through my wheel and then around the fixed object, usually some sort of pole, by passing the chain through the round link. The round link goes into the body of the lock, activating the alarm function. Then the "claw" end of the chain is attached to the arm of the lock.
I use the disc lock by itself for quick trips away from the bike. For longer times away from the bike, I use both the disc lock and the chain. A lighter chain would be easier to carry around, but then it would not provide this level of security. I keep my chain in a padded case (with my tools) in a hard saddle bag that's always on the bike, so it's not a big deal.
I realize that good locks keep the honest people honest. But the harder you make it for the DIShonest, the better chance there is, that they'll just go elsewhere and look for an easier target.
For the record, I've used other locks and have had one bike stolen and one attempted theft. This lock is a deterrent and I prefer to have thieves move on because this lock is a pain to break and will also draw attention with the alarm.
over 2 years ago
over 3 years ago
Now the considerations and why we gave this combo unit 3 stars due to the fitment, we have the constant need to have both our bikes secured, and chaining them together seems to be a great option, especially with a screaming alarm to accompany the chain. However, this puts more restrictions on the flexibility of the lock and it turned into a no-go for us.
The chain fits through both front wheels well, plenty of room to manage it through. Installing it with the disk lock proved to be the deal-breaker. The weight of both items would result in always settling the lock down after placing the lock and removing the key, which now set of the armed lock. Hurry fast to unlock it before the alarm initiated, and back to trying to find a location where the lock/chain would not drop, setting off the alarm. When we DID find a location, we were still stymied by the angle which we had to remove the key. It was now too close to the tire and the ground to remove easily, and would again trigger the alarm.
The key hole, being on the back end, made this a difficult application. It would have been a non-issue had the key hole been on the side. As it was, it became too time-consuming to think of going through this process every time we needed to lock the bikes.
Thanks to Revzilla's return process, we returned the item, and for now bought a simpler Kryptonite Hardwire they offered to lock both bikes together. We'll take a little more time to investigate a disk alarm, but are still leaning towards one of the smaller ABUS units.
6 months ago
This disc lock will not fit on the rear disc of a 2016 Triumph Tiger XCx. The disc lock does fit on the front discs of my Tiger.
If you're concerned about somebody lifting your bike into a truck and carrying it off I suppose then the chain if secured to an anchor will prevent that, but unless you've got the bike anchored to something I'm not convinced you really need the chain.
Another thing is that it is a real hassle to get the chain on the disc lock and get the disc lock locked before the alarm starts going off and you have to start all over again.
I'm going to keep using the disc lock on the front, and I'm going to get a U lock of some sort and use the chain and a U lock to connect the frame to an anchor/post, or whatever I can.
Yeah, I think the disc lock alone is pretty good, some people think it's not a shrilling alarm; well, it's enough of an alarm to annoy anyone trying to mess with it, and I really don't know if it can be easily defeated. I haven't heard of one that was.
1 year ago