Coil Cable Lock Primo 590

The Coil Cable Lock Primo 590 from ABUS is convenient to operate and has an automatic cylinder with drilling protection.

Coil Cable Lock Primo 590

CONVENIENT OPERATION MEETS SECURITY

This ABUS bicycle lock offers you convenient security in ABUS quality. With extra drilling protection and reversible key.

The Coil Cable Lock Primo 590 is characterized primarily by its convenient operation and flexible cable length. So you can easily and quickly connect your bike to a suitable, fixed object. The ABUS Coil Cable Lock Primo 590 consists of a 9.5 mm thick and super flexible spiral cable which is surrounded by a plastic sheath to protect against paint damage. The ABUS automatic cylinder makes it possible to lock the lock securely without using a key. In addition, it has a drilling protection which makes brutal drilling or reaming considerably more difficult.

Technology:

  • 9.5 mm thick, high-quality and super flexible spiral cable
  • Plastic coating to prevent damage to the bicycle’s paintwork
  • ABUS automatic cylinder with drilling protection and user-friendly reversible key
  • Two keys are supplied in the scope of delivery

Operation and use:

  • Good protection at low theft risk
  • Recommended for securing entry-level and children's bikes

Transport:

  • Convenient transport due to the holder for the saddle clamp bolt (LL)
  • Seat Post Clamp optional - Seat post clamp

Tips:

  • Coil cable locks offer a compact transport size and have an extremely multifunctional and practicable length
  • The lock is ideal as a second lock for securing components
  • This lock is available in three different tube types (crystal, smoke, smoke matt) and also in bright children's colours

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Coil cable locks

The Coil cable lock provides owner and his bikes with basic protection. The advantages of coil cable locks include convenience, simplicity of transport and the length of the cable. These features make it possible to attach bikes to fixed objects with ease. ...
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