Cable Lock Numerino 5412C

A modest cable lock with numeric code.

Cable Lock Numerino 5412C


The ABUS Cable Lock Numerino 5412C is modest and flexible: at 85 cm long and with a practical combination lock you can quickly and discreetly secure your bike and in doing so deterring casual thieves. It may be components that are to be attached to the bicycle, or the bike itself, which must be secured against theft for a short time in everyday life.

Because of its low security level and low weight, the ABUS Cable Lock Numerino 5412C is often used as a second lock. Its 370 g weight is barely noticeable, so you can carry it in addition to your main lock.


  • High-quality 12 mm strong steel cable
  • Synthetic sleeve provides protection against damage to paintwork
  • The dark-touch function enables it to be used in the dark, thanks to the special number embossing
  • Two-component number reels ensure long-term readability of the digits
  • The number code can be individually set

Operation and use:

  • Good protection against low risk of theft
  • Ideal for protecting low-range bicycles and children’s bikes


  • Can be used with combination snap cage bracket (SCMU)


  • Cable locks are characterised by good flexibility and relatively low weight
  • The combination lock is particularly well suited for use by several people
Cable Lock 5412C/85/12 black SCMU 
Art. no. 16563

Level: 3
Weight: 370 g
length: 85 cm
Cable Lock 5412C/85/12 black 
Art. no. 16564

Level: 3
Weight: 350 g
length: 85 cm

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