Cable Lock Raydo Pro 1440

Bicycle security – even in the dark

Cable Lock Raydo Pro 1440

Number code security

The ABUS Raydo Pro 1440 Cable Lock has an 85 cm-long cable which you can use to lock your bike or bike parts quickly.

Configure the number code after purchase. If somebody else is going to use the lock, simply tell them the code. The special feature of the ABUS Raydo Pro 1440 Cable Lock is its Press 'n' Shine function. LEDs light up the number reel so you can always enter the correct code quickly, even in the dark. That way, even at night nobody can pick up your bike or cycle away with it.

Technology:

  • 15 mm-thick, high-quality steel cable
  • Plastic coating to prevent damage to the bicycle’s paintwork
  • Individually configurable code
  • Press 'n' Shine function – LED-lit number reel for easy handling in the dark

Operation and use:

  • Great protection where the risk of theft is low
  • Ideal for securing low-cost bicycles

Transport:

  • TexKF Mini – bracket with fabric strap, particularly suited to non-circular post cross-sections with a maximum diameter of 21-80 mm
  • KF – bracket with simple attachment to the saddle clamp bolt and optimum operation

Tips:

  • Cable locks boast excellent flexibility with a relatively low weight
  • The combination lock is great for use by several people
Cable Lock 1440/85 black KF 
Art. no. 59211

Level: 4
Weight: 470 g
length: 85 cm
Cable Lock 1440/85 black TexKF 
Art. no. 59212

Level: 4
Weight: 520 g
length: 85 cm

Cable locks

The Cable locks has certain advantages when convenience and practicality are priorities. Light weight and surprising flexibility makes the cable lock a popular security solution in circumstances where basic protection is all that's required. Quality cables from ABUS are designed in such a way that they are very difficult to hold with certain tools used for breaking locks. In addition, the thick cables have a deterrent effect on many petty ...
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