Chain Lock Expedition-Chain 70/45/6 KS

Thanks to lock-chain combinations, thieves will keep their hands off your inexpensive bike or children’s bike. Better safe than sorry!

Chain Lock Expedition-Chain 70/45/6 KS

CHAIN UP YOUR BIKE

The Lock-Chain Combination Expedition Chain 70/45/6 KS is the perfect solution for locking up when there is a low risk of theft

Bike thieves won’t stop at anything – even ancient bicycles and children’s bikes are not safe from them. Don’t make it easy for them. Protect your bike with an ABUS chain lock. The specially hardened steel chain and ABUS’s quality locking cylinder make it very difficult for thieves to steal your bike.

Technology:

  • 6 mm square chain with textile sleeve to protect against damage to the paintwork
  • The chain is made of specially hardened steel
  • Extra protection against corrosion on the lock and the cylinder
  • ABUS quality locking cylinder

Operation and use:

  • Good protection at low theft risk
  • Recommended for securing low-range bicycles and children’s bikes
  • The longer the chain, the easier the bicycle can be locked to a fixed object

Transport:

  • Convenient transportation thanks to the chain folding compactly around the seat post (for lengths up to 85 cm)
  • For protective transportation we recommend, for example, the frame bags ST 2200, ST 2250 or ST 2012
Chain Lock 70/45/6KS65 black 
Art. no. 27951

Level: 6
Weight: 720 g
length: 65 cm
Chain Lock 70/45/6KS85 black 
Art. no. 27950

Level: 6
Weight: 880 g
length: 85 cm
Chain Lock 70/45/6KS110 black 
Art. no. 28679

Level: 6
Weight: 1090 g
length: 110 cm

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Lock-chain combination

The Lock-chain combination is an excellent choice when it comes to securing your bike. Its flexibility means the lock-chain combination is very convenient and offer many ways of locking bikes to fixed objects. A bike that is secured in this way cannot simply be picked up and carried away – which is a real security advantage. ...
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