U-Lock 770A SmartX™

The 770A SmartX™ combines the tried and tested ABUS security system with state-of-the-art technology – for the ultimate protection for your bike and maximum convenience for you.
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U-Lock 770A SmartX™

Smart is the key

Bike security gets smart. The use of innovative technology, combined with maximum mechanical security, makes the 770A SmartX™ the most secure bike lock in its class.

Enjoy the benefits of the innovative SmartX™ cylinder and make your iOS or Android smartphone your individualised key. Combined with the proven 100 dB alarm, this lock offers maximum security for high-quality E-bikes and load-carrying bicycles.

Technology:

  • 13 mm hardened square shaft parabolic shackle
  • SmartX™ locking system with Bluetooth – high-quality, keyless locking offers user-friendly operation
  • Alarm function with at least 100 dB for 15 seconds followed by automatic reactivation
  • 3D Position Detection – detects vibrations and the smallest movement in all three dimensions and triggers the alarm
  • Smart alarm – the lock only emits a small warning beep in the event of minor and brief vibrations, e.g. if a football bounces nearby
  • USB-C port
  • App connection
  • Location storage of the bike's last parking location
  • ABUS power cell technology offers the highest level of protection against impacts and attempts to break open the lock
  • The shackle, the housing and the locking mechanism’s load-bearing parts are manufactured from specially hardened steel

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