Cable Lock uGrip™ Cable 560

The ABUS uGrip™ Cable 560 cable lock ensures colourful or subtle basic theft protection at a low weight.

Cable Lock uGrip™ Cable 560

SECURITY AND DESIGN COMBINED.

The ABUS uGrip™ Cable 560 is a reliable cable lock for design enthusiasts. The colourful sleeve hides an 8 mm strong steel cable that offers excellent protection with a low risk of theft.

The uGrip™ Cable 560 can be quickly locked with one of the two keys provided. At 65 cm in length, the cable is ideal for connecting a bike to a bike rack, street sign or another bike. And with an overall weight of just 320 g, it can be taken anywhere without attracting attention.

Technology:

  • 8 mm thick steel cable
  • Innovative, soft-touch elastomer coating to prevent damage to the paintwork

Operation and use:

  • Great protection where there is a low risk of theft
  • Recommended for securing inexpensive bikes

Tips:

  • Cable locks are highly flexible and weigh relatively little
Cable Lock 560/65 white 
Art. no. 58475

Level: 2
Weight: 300 g
length: 65 cm
Cable Lock 560/65 black 
Art. no. 58470

Level: 2
Weight: 300 g
length: 65 cm
Cable Lock 560/65 red 
Art. no. 58471

Level: 2
Weight: 300 g
length: 65 cm
Cable Lock 560/65 blue 
Art. no. 58472

Level: 2
Weight: 300 g
length: 65 cm
Cable Lock 560/65 pink 
Art. no. 58473

Level: 2
Weight: 300 g
length: 65 cm
Cable Lock 560/65 grey 
Art. no. 58474

Level: 2
Weight: 300 g
length: 65 cm
Cable Lock 560/65 lime 
Art. no. 58476

Level: 2
Weight: 300 g
length: 65 cm

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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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