Abus Trig­ger 330 £59.99

Motorcycle News (UK) - - GARAGE -

Tester Richard New­land Time tested Four years

What’s good? Abus have a large va­ri­ety of disc locks rang­ing from the ex­tremely light­weight through to the alarmed and se­ri­ously hard to nob­ble. This handy little Thatcham-ap­proved unit, the Trig­ger 330, falls some­where near the mid­dle on price, fea­tures and pro­tec­tion. It’s one-hand op­er­a­ble, is small, neat, durable and is vis­ually ar­rest­ing in fluro yel­low (other colours are avail­able). The pin is 9.5mm of finest steel, while the body is also hard­ened steel, wrapped in plas­tic. It comes with a carry case so you can pack the lock away in your bag with­out get­ting ev­ery­thing cov­ered in brake dust and dirt, and a re­minder cord so you’re less likely to do an in­vol­un­tary stoppy if you for­get it and try to ride away. It’s still avail­able, but has been su­per­seded by the Alarm 350.

What’s not? It’s not the meati­est of de­ter­rents, nor the most bul­let-proof disc lock that Abus of­fer – but it’s dra­mat­i­cally bet­ter than noth­ing and a good visual de­ter­rent.

Con­tact www.mcale­ices­ter.co.uk Qual­ity ★★★ ★★ Value ★★★ ★★

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