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BikeRegister UV Covert Kit

£29.99 £25.00 Inc VAT

The BikeRegister UV Covert kit allows you to mark your frame and bike components with hundreds of microscopic dots printed with your unique BikeRegister ID.

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Description

BikeRegister UV Covert Kit

The BikeRegister UV Covert kit allows you to mark your frame and bike components with hundreds of microscopic dots printed with your unique BikeRegister ID. The solution is quick and easy to apply, and once dry is virtually invisible. There is enough liquid for around 20 individual marks.  Each kit marks one bike

The solution contains a UV tracer, enabling the Police to easily locate the marks, and in turn read one of the microdots to determine the unique ID and ownership.

Included with the kit is a colourless UV marking kit which chemically etches the coating of your bike frame with your Unique BikeRegister ID, the marking is invisible unless seen under UV light. The kit also contains a durable, tamper resistant warning label and a Tesa label with your unique BikeRegister code.

Any bike with a painted or lacquered finish can be marked with the standard plastic marking compound. However, if your bike frame is uncoated carbon fibre, uncoated aluminium or uncoated titanium, then we recommend using our Membership Plus Kit.

 

Testimonials

Group of satisfied BikeRegister members

“Within 2 days of having my bike stolen, I saw it on an online ad site. Police joined me when I met the seller, and thanks to BikeRegister I was able to prove it was mine.” – Greg

“My bike was stolen when someone cut my cable lock. I notified the Police of the BikeRegister & frame numbers, and within 2 days they had returned it to me. I couldn’t believe it.” – Anil

“BikeRegister is a fantastic and simple idea, and I would recommend it to any bike owner. Had I not registered mine, it would never have been returned to me.” – Kit

“When my bike was stolen I never thought I’d see it again, so I was so happy when I got it back. If it hadn’t been registered, the Police would not have been able to return it.” – Sarah

“My bike was stolen from my garage. Because my BikeRegister & frame IDs were listed on my online account, I was able to prove it was mine when I saw it on eBay 2 months later.” – James

Brand

BikeRegister