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“Secure a Bike is a great item that protect my bike in...”

Written on: 02/06/2006 by tetley5 (1 review written)

Secure a Bike is a great item that protect my bike in all weathers, and is a great way to protect it from getting stolen… Read Full Review

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Freedeanna's Response to tetley5's Review

Written on: 05/05/2009

Are you sure? I'm a bit concerned that if tracking devices become popular, they will have to be very cleverly disguised, well-hidden, or tamper-proof, and have an internal battery that charges from the bike's battery to sustain the device for several hours or days. I went to the site and they don't seem to do any of these. Thus, a well-informed thief could simply disconnect the battery, nick the bike, and then rip the thing out later. "Professionals", for want of a better word, might do this routinely, I don't know. Without a power supply, it's not going to tell you where it is. Of course, against the ignorant or casual thief, who never suspects that it's got a tracking device and doesn't find it soon, it should be ideal. The first thing they'll know is when the cops knock on the door.

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