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The Jobsworth Be Reet Alarm Joint Lock is a montser. With 22mm thick armour reinforced segments, a huge pick resistant lock barrel and a piercing 120db piezo siren, a bike thief would have to be crazy to take this lock on.

  • Built in alarm - ear piercing 120db piezo siren
  • Highly visible 22mm armoured sections - attack resistant
  • 150cm length - lock up anywhere
  • CR2032 batteries included Full Description
From £14.99 Was £19.99 25% off

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Jobsworth Be Reet Alarm Joint Lock / 22mm X 1500mm
Lots In stock £14.99 Was £19.99 25% off

Bike thieves don't want anyone looking at them while they try to steal a bike, so an alarmed lock tells them to jog on. Add in the huge size of the coiled segments of the Alarm Joint Lock and they've every reason for leaving your pride and joy alone.

  • Weight: 2.4kg

    Approx Weight - 1.2kg

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  • Gerry C
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    Had my mountain biked knicked from my garage last night. They got through this lock with ease! This might work as an outdoor deterrent but it is not strong and the alarm is weedy.

  • Chris R
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    Firstly, super fast and great service from Planet X! The lock... Okay for the price (purchased during 1/2 price sale). The batteries that came inside it were dead, as were the replacement set that was also sent (these were 2 years past the expiry). The lock itself seems okay but the way the battery removal has been designed by moving the whole lock collar is pretty bad and to be fair, very annoying. Everytime I pull the lock to clip it together it pops the battery cover off and puts the locking mechanism out of alignment meaning you have to wiggle it about to actually lock or fully release the mechanism. Saying that, it does make a noise when tampered with now it has new batteries. So seems to do what its supposed to I guess.

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