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OnGuard Beast 5018 Bicycle Chain Lock

by OnGuard

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  • Beast 12mm chain links are made of special ultra-hardened reinforced steel for maximum cut resistance
  • The narrower inner width of the individual Hexlinks provides the highest resistance against attacks
  • Double layer nylon fabric cover prevents scratching and allows compact coiling
  • Includes 4 laser cut keys and 1 lighted key for night use
  • It has ultimate security padlocks
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Product Description

The combination of ultimate security padlocks and top quality chains, forms one of Onguards highest security solutions. The new Beast 14mm (5/8") Hexlink chain links are made of special ultra-hardened reinforced steel providing maximum cut resistance. The narrower inner width of the individual Hexlinks provides the highest resistance against attacks. Double layer nylon fabric cover prevents scratching and allows compact coiling. Includes 4 laser cut keys and 1 lighted key for night use. Size: 63" x 4/9". Weight: 13 lbs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.4 x 7.4 x 2.7 inches ; 10 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 28 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000FL04PA
  • Item model number: 45005018
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #466,227 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Very pleased with this chain lock.
Domo
If you plan on buying this lock for your bicycle, you can - great protection!
Mike W.
Another six inches or so would be perfect.
E. Purnell

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mike W. on August 26, 2008
The words "motorcycle lock" should apply to this baby because it weighs over 13lbs! If you plan on buying this lock for your bicycle, you can - great protection! But at that weight unless you are in REALLY good shape, or a masochist (or both), its better suited for a motorcycle. And with a motorcycle, it's not all roses and sunshine, either. Get a good bag, strong bungee cord/net, etc., to hold this lock and keep it stationary on your motorcycle.

I brought this lock for my motorcycle - a 600cc sportbike, which are usually "eye catchers" for the honest and not-so-honest man/woman. I worked hard for my bike and I plan on keeping it. I have one "Beast" that I brought back in 2005 and a second one brought in May 2008 - and I still have my bike!

The OnGuard BeastChain (5018) is well made; the chain thickness is 12mm (½ in.) and is hardened reinforced steel. The lock itself has two steel balls inside of it (no jokes!) for stronger defense against attack, and is 5 ½ feet in length. It's anti-drill and pick-proof (according to the packaging). It also has a covering over the chain to protect your wheel, frame, etc., from damage. There is also a "Anti-Theft Protection Offer" (Power sports only) against failure up to: $1200 (US), £400 (UK), 400 (Germany). And at around $80, the price is also reasonable for what you get.

A statement I've heard from time to time is "If they want it, they'll get it", you should keep this in mind if you buy this or any lock. With the right tools and enough time, a determined, professional thief can break even THIS chain and/or lock. But that's the thing: if they have the right tools and enough time. This isn't the $10.99 lock you find at some of the low end bicycle shops. Something you could probably break with your bare hands.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By E. Purnell on April 15, 2009
It is hard to write a review of a product like this because there is no way to know how effective it is unless someone actually tries to steal your bike and fails and you know about it. That being said, this thing is literally a "Beast".

It weighs a ton. Feels about as strong and sturdy as anything you could possibly purchase. The description does it no justice. You really have to hold it to realize how huge and thick it is. If someone steals your property by going through this thing they deserve it.

Pros:
-Built like a tank
-Appears to be seriously deterring to thieves. If I were a thief, I would select an easier target
-Long enough to go through both wheels and a post barely.
-Quality construction and the nylon cover feels solid.
-Lock is equally beastly and appears difficult to attack.
-Comes with FIVE keys so you have plenty of spares in a pinch.

Cons:
-Unwieldy. It weighs a fricking ton. Might not be the best to commute back and forth with on your bike. Probably should just leave it wherever you lock your bike. Who's gonna steal a lock all by itself?
-Not quite as long as I would like. Another six inches or so would be perfect.
-Keys feel really cheap in comparison to everything else almost like they may break easily if torqued at all.
-Product registration is through the mail only as far as I can tell which is odd for a product sold in 2009.

I trust this lock with my over $1000 bike and don't ever lose any sleep over it. Peace of mind is something worth paying for.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By S. ramakrishnan on July 31, 2012
I purchased this "Beast" hoping it would deter potential thieves from stealing my bike. Boy, how wrong was I! It took less than 6 minutes for a bike thief to cut this lock using a blow torch. My bike was secured to a bike rack at the basement of my apartment building. We have CCTVs but is not monitored continuously. So really, the CCTVs are just a gimmick. That is another topic in itself...

The footage shows the lock being cut open using a fairly small sized portable blow torch. I did find a piece of one of the cut chain links. And guess what, the manufacturer's bike theft coverage is NULL and VOID if the lock was cut using any power tools including a blow torch. So really, the manufacturer knows about the limitations of this lock. It is super heavy and certainly cannot be cut with a bolt cutter. Apart from a hand held bolt cutter, any other power cut can ripe this chain lock in few minutes.

I would recommend a Kryptonite New York chain lock instead. It is pricier but it does cover all thefts if the lock is compromised with. Includes lock failures arising from the use of power tools.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By perrymasonary on October 22, 2008
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This chain lock was purchased to secure my generator and protect against unintended loss. It is very heavy and appears to be well made, time will be the test as it is outside with the generator. The chain cover is very nice and makes it easier to handle. I gave it 4 stars because the lock is not easy to unlock. This lock would likely deter any thief because of its appearance. However, as a bike lock it may be a bit impractical due to its weight--it's heavy. For a motorcycle it may be more practical, but it will add weight if you are storing it. This model has a smaller gauge than the 5016, which is thicker, but the manufacturer gives them the same rating. I found a review of locks on the internet and this type of lock and the similar Kryptonite brand rated the highest for security purposes. This brand was a better price then the competition and I was able to look at it locally to make my decision to buy on Amazon at a much lower price.
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