Xena XX14 Alarm Disc Lock

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High nickel-content stainless-steel construction, piercing alarm and polished good looks make the XN14 a remarkably effective way to protect your motorbike. Versatile and super-strong to fit right in with the finest motorcycle kit.
      - The XN14's unique double-locking, carbide-reinforced hardened-steel 14mm pin resists picking, sawing, freeze-spray attack        and more.
      -Shock & motion sensors linked to a sophisticated microprocessor trigger a 120dB alarm. The unit is self-arming, with no on-off        switch, and re-sets to armed mode within 15 seconds if the attack stops.


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Xena XX14 Alarm Disc Lock

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Works as Advertised

By Knucklehead # 3

from Aloha, OR

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  • Easy to use


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    Comments about Xena XX14 Alarm Disc Lock:

    Easy to use on my Concours 14 rear brake. I had it on during an all night rain and there were no problems. The alarm went off when I took the bike off the kickstand to test it. I used it on a 1 week trip and it's small size made it easy to pack.

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      The Zena XX14 disc alarm lock is described as 120db audio alarm in the text describing it, the close up larger view of the unit reveals a sticker on the unit claiming 110db. Which is it. The same applies for the other Zena disc alarm lock you list online
      Asked on 4/12/2012 by Anonymous

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        Thanks for your question! That would be a generic image of the xn15 model, you would get the xx14 which is 120 db.

        Answered on 4/25/2012 by Anonymous
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