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Originally Posted by mozad655
Very interesting.. Ofcourse they didn't give each of the tests much time, so It's hard to say but the fact that they market it as "theft proof" is still very promising. I look forward to seeing some reviews when it reaches the stores. But 60 euroes? I mean, IF it does what it's supposed to do and even prevents angle grinder attacks, I'd pay hundrds for it.
What they say is that they have created a universal method to test any lock on the market with all the tools that are used by thieves anywhere around the world. They then have asked an independant company to test all the locks (or nearly) available on the market today using this method and it is the hardlock that stood up the tests.
I agree 60 euros is not much. Will see where it stands in real life. I have some doubts with the metal part.
A problem i see is that they claim that thieves have to use some tools in the proper order to defeat the lock, the problem is that once someone find out the order then it becomes useless like when thieves find the proper tools to defeat other locks.
For instance, i was interested in the abus granit extreme 59 but now that i know that it has a big weakness other than the grinder I'm not anymore.
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