February 20 2007.
XENA has introduced an ultra-compact version of its top-flight XN range of disc lock alarms that is easy to transport, but offers such a high level of security that insurers in many countries approve it. 
The XN10 is manufactured from top-grade, high nickel-content stainless steel with a highly polished finish.  It locks onto the motorcycle brake disc with a 10mm thick steel pin with a double-locking system, so it cannot be prised open.  As a result, it is tested and approved by both Sold Secure and Thatcham in the UK, ART in Holland, SRA in France and VAT in Scandinavia.  In spite of this the XN10 weighs in at just 635g, making it easy to carry and convenient to use.
However, what makes XENA disc locks stand out from the crowd is that they also contain an alarm.  Each lock body houses two independent sensors, for both shock & movement, and these are linked to an advanced microprocessor that triggers a piercing 110db alarm.   Sensitivity levels are adjustable to ensure that the alarm works perfectly for the conditions and a  "Smart" LED-arming sensor for reliability.  It is powered by 6 x LR44 1.5v alkaline batteries (replacement packs are available for just £3.99).
The XENA XN10 has a 7mm gap height and 46mm depth.  It is supplied with batteries, three high-security flat type keys and a carry pouch and retails for £49.99 inc. VAT.
 For further information contact 01256 704909 or www.motohaus.com