Coil Cable Lock 1650/185 black (Art. no. 51604)

The Key Combo™ 1650 from ABUS is ideal for families. It can be opened with an individual number code or with a key.

Coil Cable Lock 1650/185 black (Art. no. 51604)

NUMBER CODE AND KEY

It's your choice: The Key Combo™ 1650 can be opened with a key or a number code.

With this bike lock, you no longer have to worry about forgetting the code or losing the key. The Key Combo™ 1650 from ABUS can be opened with either version. It is therefore ideal for use by a number of different people and is perfect for bike rentals. You can freely choose the number code, and if you forget it, you can reset the original number code using the tool provided.

Technology:

  • 12 mm, high-quality, super flexible coil cable
  • Synthetic coating to prevent damage to the paintwork
  • Two-component number reels guarantee life-long visibility of the digits
  • The number code can be set individually
  • Additional ABUS locking cylinder with easy-to-use reversible key
  • The original number code can be reset using the tool provided

Operation and use:

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

Transport:

  • Comfortable transportation by compactly folding the coil cable around the seat post

Tips:

  • The Key Combo™ is a combination lock with an additional locking cylinder. If you accidentally change the code or forget it, you can still open the lock using the key
  • The Key Combo™ is ideal for bicycle rentals and families
Art. no.: 51604
Level: 4
Article group: 04
Carrier: without bracket
Locking type: Combo
Weight: 742 g
bag: without transport bag
design color: black
diameter: 12 mm
length: 185 cm

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