Brake disc lock Provogue 300

The Provogue 300 brake disc lock from ABUS offers you flexible, basic security for daily use when out and about.

Brake disc lock Provogue 300

COMFORTABLE SCOOTER PROTECTION

Turns easy prey into a tough nut to crack: the Provogue 300. The 10 mm locking bolt made from hardened special steel is a thorn in the side to thieves.

The robust lock body of the Provogue 300 is made from an impact-resistant metal casting. The built-in ABUS quality cylinder is as reliable as it is user-friendly: it can be easily locked with an automatic lock and unlocked with the practical reversible key. And to ensure that you take years of enjoyment from your Provogue 300, the keyhole disappears safely behind a manual cover to protect it from dirt and corrosion.

Technology:

  • 10 mm steel bolt
  • The bolt is made of specially hardened steel
  • The lock body is made from impact-resistant metal casting
  • The metallic colours have a polished finish and the plain colours have a rubber-coated surface
  • Comfortable automatic locking thanks to the big closing button
  • ABUS quality cylinder with user-friendly reversible key
  • Two keys are supplied in the scope of delivery
  • Manual cover to protect the keyhole from dirt and corrosion

Operation and use:

  • Basic protection at low theft risk
  • Recommended for securing scooters in sight for a short period

Transport:

  • A carry case is included in the scope of delivery

Tips:

  • To increase the security for longer-term parking, you should use an additional lock to lock your motorbike to a fixed object
  • The lock is available in a smaller design with thinner locking bolts (Provogue 305)

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