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Bully Alarm Lock With Pager

AUD 142.04
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Bully Alarm Lock With Pager

Product Description

  • NO expensive installation costs.
  • NO complicated spaghetti wiring added to your bike.
  • NO cutting into your bikes wiring harness.
  • NO drain on your battery.
  • NO giving it away when you sell your bike.
  • A visual deterrent.
  • Will go off if the thief tries to cut the hoop.
  • A pager alarm that will tell you when someone moves your bike.
  • Comes with its own long range pager.
  • Just attach, turn it on and walk away.
  • Can be used for 2 bikes at the same time.
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Tron 1 month 3 days ago
If someone were to say smash the lock with a hammer or take the battery out will the pager go off or deactivate? Wondering because I'm very interested?
Goldwingrider Over 10 months ago
Power source?
What kind of power source powers the unit? Batteries? If batteries, what kind and how long will batteries typical last? Is there a feature that tells you when the batteries get low?
MotoSport Staff
Over 10 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
The actual lock needs a 9 volt battery (included), and the pager uses 1 AAA battery (included). We do not have a figure on how long the batteries will last, as people use the alarm for different amounts of time, different batteries outlast others, etc. The pager will sound a warning, and show a low battery icon when that needs to be replaced, and the alarm lock will sound weaker, and beep three times.
CAfromCA Over 11 months ago Location: CA
Does the alarm sound at the bike or only on the pager?
I am wondering if the alarm goes off when someone starts messing with the lock...to scare them away hopefully. Pager...less interesting to me.
MotoSport Staff
Over 11 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Yes, the lock itself has a built in alarm that will go off if the bike is moved. The pager itself will go off to notify you that the alarm is sounding at your bike.
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