Cable Lock Primo 5412 Color

The ABUS Primo 5412 Color Cable Lock can lock up bikes or their parts with little weight.

Cable Lock Primo 5412 Color

Protection against theft with an added splash of colour

The ABUS Primo 5412 Color Cable Lock makes everyday cycling more colourful: anyone who chooses this cable lock model is spoilt for choice when it comes to colour. But the ABUS Primo 5412 Color Cable Lock is not just a winner because of its look – its technology is superb too.

The ABUS Primo 5412 Color Cable Lock has an attractive design, be it in red, pink, light green or blue. The colourful synthetic sleeve that protects your paintwork from scratches encases a 12mm-thick, high-quality cable. Thanks to the total length of 85cm, you can lock your bike easily and conveniently to bike racks, traffic signs or other bikes

Technology:

  • 12 mm thick, high-quality steel cable
  • Plastic coating to prevent damage to the bicycle’s paintwork

Operation and use:

  • Great protection where there is a low risk of theft
  • Recommended for securing entry level- and children bicycles

Tips:

  • Cable locks stand out due to good flexibility and quite low weight
Cable Lock 5412K/85/12 blue 
Art. no. 16511

Level: 3
Weight: 320 g
length: 85 cm
Cable Lock 5412K/85/12 red 
Art. no. 16512

Level: 3
Weight: 320 g
length: 85 cm
Cable Lock 5412K/85/12 lime 
Art. no. 16517

Level: 3
Weight: 320 g
length: 85 cm
Cable Lock 5412K/85/12 pink 
Art. no. 16513

Level: 3
Weight: 320 g
length: 85 cm

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