As secure as Fort Knox. U-locks are classics when it comes to securing bikes, and for good reason. Solid materials and no moving parts outside the lock mechanism are an excellent starting point for the strongest resistance possible. Decades of experience with U-locks have made us experts in combining the most resistant materials with unique technology, and consequently one of the leading U-locks manufacturers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Worth the money
After having 3 of my bikes stolen from the garage recently which was devastating, The Police told to spend 15% of my bikes value on locks as a minimum and alot of people i know rated this lock very highly to me.
To stop this happening again and prevent another £5k worth of bikes go missing I've bought 2 of these locks, 1 of those ABUS folding things and an ABUS chain, my insurance company advised on a floor anchor so I've fitted 2 ABUS 90 quid anchors one on the floor and one on the wall to, which i don't think can ever be removed its a serious beast.
The tip I was given which I thought I would pass on is to use a selection of locks, this will mean the thieving (wont repeat) will have to use different tools and more time breaking them. the folding Bardo lock is actually amazing as well. so I think spending over £500 on locks and an upgraded garage side door has been worth every penny, just wish i had done it sooner
19 April 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Get what you pay for
Thieving you know whats tried nicking my bike with this on, the lock didnt give in, although it looks like its had a round with mike tyson the lock works perfectly and my bike is still mine. round 1 to ABUS I think. worth every penny.
27 November 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Best you can get
I use 3 of these locks to secure my santa cruz when leaving my bike in the garage, i also use the ABUS floor anchor which combined together secures my bike no problem, i can sleep safely now.
16 November 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Fantastic lock, mine was attacked with saws and hammers but didn't break. Unfortunately the scum worked out it was easier to cut through my frame to take the bike.
03 October 2012