Cable Lock Racer 6415K

The ABUS Cable Lock Racer 6415K is available in two lengths and with a universal bracket which is easy to attach

Cable Lock Racer 6415K

Everyday cycling security

The ABUS Cable Lock Racer 6415K consists of a 15 mm-thick coil cable which deters thieves. It won't be so easy to steal your bike if you secure it with this lock. There is no need for a number code; simply lock it with the key and your bike is secured.

The ABUS Cable Lock Racer 6415K is available in lengths of 85 and 120 cm and weighs between 440 and 595 g. The flexible coil cable lock can easily be attached to the frame, seat post or luggage rack in the snap cage bracket provided, so you always have it to hand.

Technology:

  • 15 mm-thick, high-quality, super flexible coil cable
  • Synthetic coating to prevent damage to the paintwork

Operation and use:

  • Great protection where there is a low risk of theft
  • Recommended for the protection of low-range bicycles

Transport:

  • Snap Cage bracket for universal mounting

Tips:

  • Cable locks boast excellent flexibility with a relatively low weight.
  • The lock is ideal as a second lock for securing components
Cable Lock 6415K/85/15 black SCMU 
Art. no. 13402

Level: 5
Weight: 495 g
length: 85 cm
Cable Lock 6415K/120/15 black SCMU 
Art. no. 13405

Level: 5
Weight: 595 g
length: 120 cm
Cable Lock 6415K/120/15 black 
Art. no. 13407

Level: 5
Weight: 540 g
length: 120 cm
Cable Lock 6415K/85/15 black 
Art. no. 13406

Level: 5
Weight: 440 g
length: 85 cm

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Cable locks

The Cable locks has certain advantages when convenience and practicality are priorities. Light weight and surprising flexibility makes the cable lock a popular security solution in circumstances where basic protection is all that's required. Quality cables from ABUS are designed in such a way that they are very difficult to hold with certain tools used for breaking locks. In addition, the thick cables have a deterrent effect on many petty ...
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