Cable Lock 1100/55 Kids 3 per colour (Art. no. 43157)

Light, quick and colourful: the Cable Lock 1100 Kids with numeric code is the ideal basic lock for children’s bikes.

Cable Lock 1100/55 Kids 3 per colour (Art. no. 43157)

BRIGHT COLOURS, EASY TO HANDLE

Available in pink, blue, green or orange: the Cable Lock 1100 Kids is ideal for locking up a child’s bike.

The affordable entry-level model made especially for young cyclists; the Cable Lock 1100 Kids is for use when the risk of theft is low and ease of handling – for example, by children – is a key feature. Weighing only 140 g and at 55 cm long, it’s easy for young cyclists to use. Children can easily learn how to protect their beloved bikes from thieves. In addition to bright pink, blue, green and orange, the Cable Lock 1100 is also available in black, silver and red.

Technology:

  • 6 mm strong steel cable
  • Synthetic sleeve provides protection against damage to paintwork

Operation and use:

  • Basic protection against a low risk of theft
  • Ideal for protecting low-range bicycles and children’s bikes

Transport:

  • Conveniently transported by wrapping the cable around the seat post

Tips:

  • Cable locks are characterised by good flexibility and relatively low weight
  • This lock is also available in blue, red, silver and black
  • The combination lock is particularly suitable for use by several people
Art. no.: 43157
Level: 1
Article group: 04
Carrier: without bracket
Locking type: combination
Weight: 140 g
diameter: 6 mm
length: 55 cm

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