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I found this company - Crookstoppers - when looking into upping security. They have produced this ingenius anchor that in my opinion knocks spots of everything else l have found. Grinder proof and big enough to take Almax and Pragmasis chains. Mine arrived today, hopefully fitting tomorrow. Big, heavy, well made unit. Just to say l have no involvement with this company, just wanting to pass on the details. Made in Cornwall.

 

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I found this company - Crookstoppers - when looking into upping security. They have produced this ingenius anchor that in my opinion knocks spots of everything else l have found. Grinder proof and big enough to take Almax and Pragmasis chains. Mine arrived today, hopefully fitting tomorrow. Big, heavy, well made unit. Just to say l have no involvement with this company, just wanting to pass on the details. Made in Cornwall.

I have seen similar ones called Y-Anchor similar to that above without the roller in the centre. Certainly a lot better than a standard anchor. Set them in C40 or similar for max protection👍⚙.
 
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Australia maybe fucked at the moment, but I can still leave my bike in the driveway overnight. It's not the public that we need to worry about.
 

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I will admit the whole was bigger than expected as those breakers are not precision instruments ...... no biggie though - 2.5 hrs from hire shop to cleaning up. Bombproof.
 
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