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Yep XN15, Fits on the outter ring only to activate the alarm, I am alway in a rush when i gotta put it on so might be able to play with it and get it to arm over the whole disk, It will bolt the whole disk though but i havent gotten it to arm on that part. My best luck for it arming is right behind the caliper. occasionally you have to kick it once its on to get it to arm (mine might just need cleaned though, it didnt do it for the first month and a half) Its louder arming and with the warning noises than the actual alarm.

Overall my opinion is its a good disk lock, Kinda crappy alarm (will provide a bit of noise though so people may look and call cops or say WTF to the people trying to steel the bike)
 

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I have the Xena XX10; it's a sturdy little deal, very heavy, with a 10mm locking pin and a pretty loud alarm. Doesn't have the little flashing light though that shows the thing is armed. Goes off if the bike is moved slightly, although not just from an approach or even light touch. My biggest problem with it is it's fairly heavy; I've never found a comfortable way to carry it, even though it's fairly small. It'll fit in a pocket but you'll list to that side while walking lol. I've never had room in my toolkit for it.

Overall agree with the above it's an effective (and relatively cheap) disklock. Not built as well as a comparable American or especially some of the German units, but tends to run 1/2 as much and will still do the job.
 

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I have the Xena XX10; it's a sturdy little deal, very heavy, with a 10mm locking pin and a pretty loud alarm. Doesn't have the little flashing light though that shows the thing is armed. Goes off if the bike is moved slightly, although not just from an approach or even light touch. My biggest problem with it is it's fairly heavy; I've never found a comfortable way to carry it, even though it's fairly small. It'll fit in a pocket but you'll list to that side while walking lol. I've never had room in my toolkit for it.

Overall agree with the above it's an effective (and relatively cheap) disklock. Not built as well as a comparable American or especially some of the German units, but tends to run 1/2 as much and will still do the job.
imagine the weight of my Xn15, that thing weighs like 20 lbs, another good thing though if someone tries bike jacking you it still works as a security device if you forgot your gun. It can probably fracture their skull if you threw it at them. This was the only Disk lock/alarm i was able to find when i was searching so i dont know of other alternatives.
 

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Glad Im holding out on this one...

Great info.

I waited to get the 18 model like IMWRIGHT had stated it might not work on the Fury I thought I called them with no luck to find out.

I thought the blue light would also be a deterrent to would be thieves thats a big reason why I wanted it. IDEA*** ADD/PUT GPS with APPLE IPHONE APP/DRIOD WHAT EVER IN THE XENA, LOL, and then you ve really got something AWESOME even if the lift it up, you could track the bike to the chop shop need really good battery and that coming soon from the MINDS of MIT Ive read FLEXIABLE and THIN BATTERIES!!! Thats my idea guys intellectual property of LED!:p

Stone and IMW had me LOL! To funny

This is a joke:

I guess we need a small locking bag to hold the Xena lock so you dont wear out one shoe before the other walking around with it!:p

Or get a Big MR.T chain to hang it round your neck!:p
 

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Great info.

I waited to get the 18 model like IMWRIGHT had stated it might not work on the Fury I thought I called them with no luck to find out.

I thought the blue light would also be a deterrent to would be thieves thats a big reason why I wanted it. IDEA*** ADD/PUT GPS with APPLE IPHONE APP/DRIOD WHAT EVER IN THE XENA, LOL, and then you ve really got something AWESOME even if the lift it up, you could track the bike to the chop shop need really good battery and that coming soon from the MINDS of MIT Ive read FLEXIABLE and THIN BATTERIES!!! Thats my idea guys intellectual property of LED!:p

Stone and IMW had me LOL! To funny

This is a joke:

I guess we need a small locking bag to hold the Xena lock so you dont wear out one shoe before the other walking around with it!:p

Or get a Big MR.T chain to hang it round your neck!:p
add a side cart to the fury to put it in, mine seems like it weighs a ton
 
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