Chain Lock Tresor 1385 Neon

The Chain Lock Tresor 1385 NEON is a clear deterrent to potential bike thieves.

Chain Lock Tresor 1385 Neon

BRIGHTLY COLOURED SECURITY

This ABUS bike lock allows you to recognise your bike quickly from a distance, even in a full bike rack. Let the other riders spend time hunting for their bikes.

The Chain Lock Tresor 1385 NEON shines brightly from a distance. Choose your favourite colour: the lock is available in neon green, neon blue, neon orange and neon pink. The combination lock ensures security with features such as a 6mm square chain. The colourful textile sleeve protects the bike against scratches or damage to the paintwork.

Technology:

  • 6 mm square chain with fabric sleeve to prevent damage to the bicycle‘s paintwork
  • The chain is made of specially hardened steel
  • Two component moulded digits guarantee life-long visibility
  • Special touch protection for higher security against unauthorized access to the code through manipulation of the mechanism
  • Individually settable code

Operation and use:

  • Good protection at medium theft risk
  • Recommended for securing good bicycles
  • The longer the chain, the easier the bicycle can be locked to a fixed object

Transport:

  • Easy to transport as the chain can be wrapped compactly around the seat post (for length 85 cm)
  • For protected transport we recommend the frame bag ST 2200 or ST 2250, for example

Tips:

  • The lock is covered in a textile sleeve, which is available in various colours (black, neon green, neon blue, neon orange and neon pink)
  • The combination lock is particularly suitable for use by several people

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