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Motorcycle Or Bicycle Leather Tool Bag Securing Anti Theft Cable Australian Made on

AU $15.00

Redlands, Queensland, Australia

Redlands, Queensland, Australia
Condition:New Luggage & Saddlebag Part Type:Tool Bag

  • This listing is for one of my motorcycle or bicycle  leather tool bag securing or anti theft devices.
  • Designed after many requests from my clients who either have lost a bag, or feared losing one to thieves.
  • Made from 2mm quality steel cable, galvanised for rust protection and a breaking strength of nearly 400kg, with swaged end loops. Total length is approximately 450mm.
  • This simple but highly effective device simply loops anywhere through your tool bag, and around any part of your bike. The two looped ends are then brought together and you can lock them together with an appropriate padlock (not supplied). 
  • Designed to be used with my own tool bags, but will also work on any other brand.
  • To make it even more inconspicuous, the padlock and ends can be manoeuvred to be on the inside of the bag.
  • Although nothing is completely safe from a determined thief, these devices effectively preventing any opportunistic thief to simply undo the buckles of your bag and walk off with it while you are enjoying a cuppa somewhere else.
  • Please note that all import or duty charges required by your country is to be paid by the buyer.
  • Also note that the free postage quoted on this item is standard mail, not registered. If you want it registered, there will be some additional costs. For international buyers, the postage quoted is also standard mail, not registered. Please enquire about registered mail if you are interested.
  •  I gladly accept paypal, but direct bank transfer will be appreciated.

 If you are not happy with these items at all, you will be fully re-imbursed on return of the item, however you pay postage both ways. Thanks for looking.

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