Frame Lock SHIELD™ 5650

The Frame Lock SHIELDTM 5650 from ABUS offers good theft protection and has been awarded test seals from various countries.

Frame Lock SHIELD™ 5650

INTERNATIONALLY TESTED SECURITY

Rely on the tested quality of ABUS. Various countries give their test seals on it.

Benefit from the ABUS materials tested for various attacks and secure your good bicycle even with a medium risk of theft. The Frame Lock SHIELD TM 5650 from ABUS is exactly for this purpose. Specially hardened steel used in manufacturing the 8.5 mm shackle, the enclosure and structural parts of the locking mechanism create the appropriate conditions for reliable theft prevention. The ABUS Frame Lock SHIELD TM 5650 has test seals from the Netherlands, Norway, Finland and Sweden.

Technology:

  • 8.5 mm shackle
  • The shackle, the housing and the locking mechanism’s load-bearing parts are manufactured from specially hardened steel
  • Accessories can easily be fitted to the locking mechanism on the lock housing
  • In the R version, the key remains in the cylinder when the lock is opened; in the NR version, it can be pulled out

Operation and use:

  • Outstanding protection in situations where there is a medium risk of theft
  • Ideal for securing high-cost bicycles

Transport:

  • LH - Easy mounting by screwing to the rear struts
  • If there are no holes in the rear section, the LH adapter strap can be used as an alternative mounting option

Tips:

  • Frame locks are light and quick to use to protect your bike against unauthorised use
  • The 4960, 5850, 5650 Cable and Chain connection options significantly increase security
  • The use of a second lock is also particularly recommended

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Frame locks

The frame lock are basic security devices for almost any bike. These practical frame lock is light and quick to use to protect your bike against unauthorised use. They can be connected to other accessories such as chains or cables to protect your bike even more effectively against theft. The frame locks are available either with keys that can be removed when they are open or with keys that cannot be removed. ...
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