Brake disc lock GRANIT™ Victory X Plus 68

  • Good protection at high theft risk
  • Recommended for securing valuable motorbikes
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Brake disc lock GRANIT™ Victory X Plus 68

Technology:

  • 14 mm steel bolt
  • Very handy due to rubberized ring
  • The bolt, lock body as well as supporting elements of the locking mechanism are made of special hardened steel
  • The round shape and the three independently rotating pieces hinder the use of opening tools
  • ABUS X Plus cylinder for highest protection against manipulations, e.g. picking
  • Two keys are supplied with the lock, one LED torch key
  • ABUS Code Card for additional or replacement keys
  • A Memory Clip as reminder to prevent an unintended ride off with the bike still locked is included. In case of the 68 Roll up, the Memo Cable is integrated in the bolt

Transport:

  • SH 68/69 - bracket for comfortable transport and easy to mount on tubes with round (two tubes needed) diameter of 12 - 28 mm or square diameter of 12 - 18 mm
  • Protective bag included for easy and secure transportation in a special compartment e.g. under the seat

Tips:

  • This lock can be ordered keyed alike to other locks. This means several locks would match one key, respectively key code
  • Brake disc locks are a very compact category of motorbike locks and consequently easy to transport
  • To increase the security during longer parking time it is recommendable to secure the motorbike to a fixed object additionally
  • This lock is also available in a special chain combination (longer bolt)
  • For very narrow spaces between bolt and fork, a flattened bolt version is available

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