Frame Lock PRO TECTIC™ 4960

With the PRO TECTIC™ 4960 Frame Lock, you won't get any nasty surprises if you need to leave your bike unattended briefly.

Frame Lock PRO TECTIC™ 4960

IDEAL COMFORT IN A HURRY

The PRO TECTIC™ 4960 Frame Lock is the quick and easy solution for when you have to secure your bike without an additional accessory.

Simply dismount the bike, quickly position the 8.5 mm shackle and you're done. The PRO TECTIC™ 4960 Frame Lock is extremely easy to use and offers good protection in regions with a low to medium risk of theft. Those who like it even more secure can easily add, for example, the ABUS CHAIN Frame Lock Chain as a second lock. It easily inserts into the additional lock housing.

Technology:

  • 8.5 mm thick locking shackle
  • The shackle, the case as well as supporting elements of the locking mechanism are made of special hardened steel
  • Accessories can easily be fitted to the locking mechanism on the lock housing

Operation and use:

  • Good protection where risk of theft is low to medium
  • Recommended for securing good bicycles

Transport:

  • LH - Easy mounting by screwing to the rear struts
  • ABUS’ LH adapter strap is an alternative mounting option, which provides secure hold if there are no holes in the rear section. This adapter can be purchased in addition to this lock.

Tips:

  • Frame locks are a convenient protection against unauthorized use of the bicycle
  • Security is significantly enhanced by the connection options 4960 Cable and 4960 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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