Brake disc lock Element 285

When out and about on your scooter, the ABUS Element 285 Brake Disc Lock is your handy companion when it comes to secure parking.

Brake disc lock Element 285

Practical protection

Locking made easy: The ABUS Element 285 Brake Disc Lock combines safety and comfort in the simplest possible way.

The integrated push-down cylinder ensures that the 5 mm specially hardened steel bolt automatically locks into place when closed. This means your scooter is secured in just one movement.

ABUS has also designed this brake disc lock with user-friendliness in mind. The included memory cable will remind you if your scooter is still secured with the Element 285 before pulling away. And if you ever lose the key to your Element 285, don’t worry: A second key is included with the lock.

Technology:

  • 5 mm locking bolt
  • Very easy to use thanks to the push-down cylinder which automatically locks the bolt into place when closed
  • The bolt is made of specially hardened steel
  • Two keys are included in the scope of delivery
  • A memory cable which is included with the lock serves as a reminder to prevent accidental pulling away when the motorbike is still secured

Operation and use:

  • Basic protection for when there is a low risk of theft
  • Recommended for securing scooters

Transport:

  • A transport bag is included in the scope of delivery

Tips:

  • Brake disc locks are the most compact type of motorbike lock which makes them easy to transport
  • For increased security during longer parking periods, it is advisable to also secure the motorbike to a fixed object

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