Coil Cable Lock 670/180-15LL+URB Booster Pro (Art. no. 44348)

With the Coil Cable Lock Booster Booster 670 from ABUS you can protect your bike easily and conveniently against theft.

Coil Cable Lock 670/180-15LL+URB Booster Pro (Art. no. 44348)


The Coil Cable Lock Booster 670 offers optimum basic protection and is very easy to use.

With this bicycle lock you can connect your bicycle conveniently, easily and quickly to a fixed object. You do not even need a key, as the Coil Cable Lock Booster 670 engages directly thanks to the special ABUS automatic locking technology. In addition, the ABUS automatic cylinder is equipped with a drilling protection, which makes the drilling into and drilling open of the lock considerably more difficult for possible thieves. If the Coil Cable Lock Booster 670 is not required, it can be conveniently transported on the corresponding holder on the seat post.


  • 12 mm thick, high-quality and super flexible spiral cable
  • Plastic coating to prevent damage to the bicycle’s paintwork
  • ABUS automatic cylinder with drilling protection and user-friendly reversible key
  • Two keys are supplied in the scope of delivery

Operation and use:

  • Good protection at low theft risk
  • Ideal for securing entry-level bicycles


  • URB holder - suitable for the LL retainer on the lock, for practical mounting on the seat post
  • Seat Post Clamp optional - Seat post clamp


  • Coil cable locks offer a compact transport size and have an extremely multifunctional and practicable length
  • The lock is ideal as a second lock for securing components
Art. no.: 44348
Article group: 04
Carrier: LL + URB
Carrier: with bracket
Locking type: key
Weight: 750 g
bag: without transport bag


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