Frame Lock PRO SHIELD™ 5850

The Frame Lock PRO SHIELD™ 5850 provides a good level of security in regions with medium risk of theft.

Frame Lock PRO SHIELD™ 5850

BASIC PROTECTION FOR BICYCLES

The ABUS quality of the Frame Lock PRO SHIELD™ 5850 is certified by test seals from four different countries.

The Frame Lock PRO SHIELD™ 5850 offers good protection against medium risk of theft. Norway, Finland, Sweden and the Netherlands have approved the secure ABUS quality of the bicycle lock with their special test seal. We recommend this frame lock is used to secure high-quality bicycles at medium risk of theft.

Technology:

  • 8.5 mm shackle
  • The shackle, the housing and the structural parts of the locking mechanism are manufactured from specially hardened steel
  • Accessories can easily be fitted to the locking mechanism on the lock housing
  • In the R version, the key remains in the cylinder when the lock is opened; in the NR version, it can be pulled out

Operation and use:

  • Good protection against medium risk of theft
  • Recommended for securing high-quality bicycles

Transport:

  • LH – easy to mount by screwing on the threading rear frame
  • The Clutching Strap LH Adaptor offers an alternative attachment option if no mounting points are available on the rear structure

Tips:

  • Frame locks are light and quick to use to protect your bike against unauthorised use
  • Security is significantly enhanced by the connection options 4960, 5850, 5650 Cable and Chain
  • The use of a second lock is highly recommended

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Frame locks

The frame lock are basic security devices for almost any bike. These practical frame lock is light and quick to use to protect your bike against unauthorised use. They can be connected to other accessories such as chains or cables to protect your bike even more effectively against theft. The frame locks are available either with keys that can be removed when they are open or with keys that cannot be removed. ...
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