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  • How to know which sensitivity level is which

    posted by loquin on 11/20/2009

    Involvement:General (knows how to use it) - Ownership:1 day to 1 week


    1: Loud, annoying sound. Just what's needed in an alarm.

    2: Easy to use.

    3: Good price.

    4: Appears to be weather resistant.

    5: Low weight.


    1: the clamp is too small to fit most mountain, comfort or cruiser bike frames - apparently, it ONLY fits correctly on thin frame road bikes.

    2: the clamp is too large to fit on the handlebars.

    3: it's hard to tell the sensitivity level, as nowhere does it say if one beep means MOST sensitive, or LEAST sensitive. And, it's hard to tell if one beep is any more (or less) sensitive than three beeps...


    The alarm is loud and annoying, which is good. And, it can be made to fit thicker-framed bikes, but only by spreading the plastic beyond what is should and using ty-wraps to keep it in place. Of course, this makes the alarm easy to remove, though. And, nowhere in the documentation does it say if one beep is more or less sensitive than three beeps.


    Even though the sensitivity level doesn't seem to do much, the alarm is easy enough to use, and appears to be sensitive enough to work as intended - to deter at least casual theft. The cost is low enough that it should be considered, especially if you have a tiny-framed bike.

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