Are OnGuard locks good?

Are OnGuard locks good?

On the inside, OnGuard locks earn the highest safety ratings with double and quad-locking mechanisms, bump-resistant cylinders, and hardened steel shackles and chains.

What is an OnGuard key for?

OnGuard is a brand of high-end bike locks common in the UK, USA and throughout the world. Their range of products typically uses laser keys, especially their chain locks and U-locks.

Can bolt cutters cut D lock?

Bolt cutters are one of the most popular tools that thieves use to steal bikes. They can be bought from any hardware shop and will make light work of any cable lock or cheap D locks.

Is Kryptonite better than Abus?

While Kryptonite don’t quite match Abus for quality or reliability, they’re not far off. Their locks are generally well made, perform reasonably well in adverse weather conditions and last a long time.

How do I open my onguard cable lock?

Open the lock by aligning the preset combination number to the guide point and pull out the lock post. Turn the reset collar clockwise until it comes to a stop. Select your new combination by rotating the dials (for example: 1234). Be sure to write it down and keep it in a safe place.

What is the default code for an onguard bike lock?

Your Onguard lock can only be reset if you know the current combination. If you haven’t changed it from the original factory setting, the code would be 0005. Once open, you will see on the side with the numbers a little wheel that says set.

How do thieves break U locks?

They will use the hammer to repeatedly strike your bike lock until it breaks open. Low-end cable locks and cheap d locks can be defeated this way and will be the target for thieves using a hammer.

Are cable locks easy to break?

Because they can be cut very easily with cable cutters of bolt croppers. These tools simply chew through the cables one by one. A bit like cutting hair with scissors! Thicker cable locks may seem more secure.