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Bluetooth bike D-lock from Squire

Published: 28 September 2018

Squire has introduced the world’s first Bluetooth bike D-lock to achieve a Sold Secure Gold rating, the highest level of bicycle attack testing. Called Inigma BL1, this clever keyless D-lock lets cyclists lock and unlock their bike via a smartphone app. And it is super-secure with advanced electronics for the highest encryption level. Toughness is always guaranteed, and it’s a great choice for techy fans, says the company. Squire has been making cycle security since the 1960s, and Inigma BL1 is a trailblazer for Inigma, the new digital security system from Squire. Look out for new Inigma electronic cyclinder products coming soon.

 

 

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