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OnGuard Doberman Combo (185cm x 15mm/6 feet x 0.59 inch)

OnGuard

Doberman Combo (185cm x 15mm/6 feet x 0.59 inch)

Model # (8030)
$34.95
Availability: In Warehouse 2-3 day ship delay
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OnGuard Doberman Combo (185cm x 15mm/6 feet x 0.59 inch)

With OnGuard's Doberman Combo lock, all you need is your bike, the lock, and a number you can remember. This combination lock uses four numbers and can be reset any time. It's made from a strong steel cable covered with tough vinyl to protect both itself and your bike. The Doberman Combo is also self-coiling for easy transport.

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  • OnGuard locks feature plastic, rubber or vinyl at all contact points to protect your bike's finish.
 

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By murray

from london ontario

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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        bought this lock thinking it was an ok lock for the city i live in of around 300 000 ppl but bike waqs stolen, i seen the video and the guy had the bike stolen within 15 seconds of walking up to the bike he was able to figure out the combination

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        Dont waste your money. Bike got stolen

        By Mike

        from Northridge

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              Just bought this lock 2 weeks ago. Bike got stolen today. Only way they couldve stolen it was by cutting the lock. Was stolen on CSUN campus.

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