Each year, 500.000 bicycles are stolen in the Netherlands. An insane number. Even with the strongest lock, bicycles are not safe. Therefore, we came up with a solution and developed a bike alarm. A compact device that deters thieves. We have now been in existence for 3.5 years and have already secured more than 10.000 bicycles.

How does it work?

First you place the alarm on your bicycle, wherever you want. Then press the 'lock button' on the remote control to turn on the alarm. Your bicycle is now protected from thieves. If a thief tries to steal your bike, the alarm will first emit a warning sound. Does he continue with his crime? Then the alarm will go off for a longer period of time. The loudness and sensitivity of the alarm are adjustable.


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Who we are

Loxure was founded at the beginning of 2020. The increase in bicycle theft was a hot topic in the news. It became known that there were even organized gangs who were targeting our bicycle. At the time, the only security you had was an ultra-strong bicycle lock. But today we know that even those locks can be cut. That's why we came up with the Loxure Bike Alarm. A device that puts the thief in the center of attention. The alarm will continue to go off until it no longer detects movement. This certainly deters thieves and keeps their hands off your bike. The alarm is easy to control with a wireless remote control and can be placed anywhere on your bicycle. We are located in Amsterdam, and mainly sell in the Netherlands & Belgium. But our alarm can also be heard in America, Germany, and Denmark. We receive a rating of 9.0 from more than 574 reviews. Do you have a question? Then you can always reach us at info@loxure.nl.

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