ABUS Granit Detecto 8078 SmartX
Keyless Bluetooth® Alarmed Motorcycle Brake Disc Lock
No more keys to carry or lose.
This high security SmartX bluetooth® 3.0 enabled brake disc lock is controlled by an app on your smartphone.
- Lock is secured with a 13,5 mm steel bolt
- SmartX™ locking system with Bluetooth® 3.0 – High quality, keyless locking system offers user-friendly operation
- USB-C port
- Connection to ABUS App
- Memorizes the last parking of the motorbike
- Alarm of at least 100 dB
- Alarm function on basis of the ABUS 3D detection system that means, that every movement is detected
- The bolt, the lock body as well as supporting elements of the locking mechanism are made of special hardened steel
- Lock can be transported in locked condition without activating the detection system thanks to automatic brake disc recognition system
- A multi color LED and different acoustic signals inform about battery, activation and alarm status
- Made in Germany
Some questions and facts:
- Is there a physical key to operate or override the lock?
No this lock does not operate with a traditional key. Your smartphone with the ABUS Smart X app controls all lock operations.
- What happens if my phone's battery is dead?
You will need to charge the phone. Your bike is a great power source to charge your phone.
- What happens if I lose my phone?
The exact same as when you lose your keys. Just like you will have to get another key to open the lock, you will have to get another phone set up with your Bluetooth key. Do it preventative.
- Is there a transport mode?
Yes, set the lock in transport mode while transporting your bike with lock or when carrying the lock in the lock carrier. It will only provide mechanical security.
- What do I need to charge the lock battery?
A USB-C cable is provided and use any 5v DC power with at least 500 mA
- How long does the battery last?
ABUS claims 3 months between charges under normal weather conditions. Extreme cold will deplete any battery faster.
- What if I don't trust this smart electronics stuff?
Fair enough. You have the option to buy a keyed 8077 lock instead