Help choosing step-through -- Moustache Lundi 7.1 or Specialized Turbo Como 3.0?

Stefan Mikes

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Europe
City
Brwinów (PL)
Thank you! Oh, yes - I have a good helmet already. I think I will need a strong lock - probably a Kryptonite.
I'm using Abus 440 A(larm). Strong with additional option for setting off a loud alarm in case someone just touches the bike.
 

GaleL

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Region
Canada
City
West Vancouver, BC
I'm using Abus 440 A(larm). Strong with additional option for setting off a loud alarm in case someone just touches the bike.
Alarm? I had no idea that any bike locks have alarms. I will check it out. I've seen them at bike stores here. Thank you, Stefan!
 

Stefan Mikes

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Europe
City
Brwinów (PL)
Haha! I did, inadvertently. After switching the alarm on, I grabbed for my smartphone to take it off the handlebar holder 🤣 The alarm produced five loud beeps as an early warning 😃
 

GaleL

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Region
Canada
City
West Vancouver, BC
Haha! I did, inadvertently. After switching the alarm on, I grabbed for my smartphone to take it off the handlebar holder 🤣 The alarm produced five loud beeps as an early warning 😃
Oh, my! Well, good to know it's working! What would happen after the five loud beeps, which are hopefully not as loud as those annoying car alarms? More beeps?
 

Stefan Mikes

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Europe
City
Brwinów (PL)
If the sensor has stopped moving, the alarm goes asleep (more beeps on the second attempt). If, however, the sensor is still agitated, full 115 dB alarm will sound (it is very loud).
Unfortunately, a professional thief can muffle the alarm. A casual thief might get scared.