Characteristics Designed for securing your bike on long stops for as long as required.
Theft resistantHigh-security bike lock B'SECURE label rating: 7.8 out of 10.
VolumeUsable length: 90 cm. Ideal for securing frame and wheel to a fixed object.
LightweightWeight: 2,3 kg.
SecurityUnlike what many people may think, tamper-proof locks do not exist. A bike lock is there to make stealing the bike more complicated, to delay the thief and therefore act as a deterrent. A good lock has an anti-picking lock mechanism and is made out of materials requiring the use of specific tools, therefore making theft more difficult.
Security rating.The security rating helps you choose the lock which is most suited to your use. In order to do that, B'Twin has defined a test protocol with an independent laboratory, the CNPP, based on real-life theft techniques. This unique protocol allows each lock to be given a comparable rating which indicates how resistant it is against theft. This rating goes from 0 to 10.
Lock bodyLinks made of hardened steel (65 HRC), one of the highest strength levels available for bike locks. Guaranteed resistance to hacksaws and hammers. Covered in fabric to keep it from scratching the bike frame.
LockReinforced lock mechanism. Hundreds of different keys to limit the risk of theft. Comes with 2 numbered keys.
CompositionStructure : 100.0% Steel
Product catchlineHighly-resistant, high-security bike lock, perfect for securing the frame and front wheel.
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1 user recommend this product
chain very good, padlock not great18/09/2016Response of the brandHello,
I'm sorry to read that the padlock is jamming. Have you tried squirting some grease/oil into the two holes for the U shaped shackle? Try to avoid WD40 which can be OK for un-jamming or to displace water but is also degreaser (which is is not always desirable).
If you leave your lock out in the rain then this is good practice. If however, you keep your lock indoors or under a shelter then there may well be an issue, in which case, please return it to us for an exchange.
Peter Lazarus UK Cycling Market Manager DECATHLONjamie was satisfied with this answer