Chain Lock 1510/60 Super Neo (Art. no. 12395)

Protecting children’s bikes against theft.
Super Neo © Coppenrath Verlag, Münster, Germany

Chain Lock 1510/60 Super Neo (Art. no. 12395)

Bicycle lock for little superheroes

The ABUS Chain Lock 1510/60 Super Neo is a truly wonderful bike lock for children. Firstly, the lovely design is striking: Our little hero Super Neo sits inside a rocket which hides the locking cylinder. In keeping with the space theme, the dark blue textile sleeve is studded with stars.

The ABUS Chain Lock 1510/60 Super Neo also boasts impressive materials: the 4mm-thick round chain is made of special steel; the automatic cylinder is easy for little children's hands and even the key and lock housing correspond to the child-friendly ergonomics. Moreover, the attractive textile sleeve protects the child's bike from damage to the paintwork


  • 4 mm round chain with textile sleeve to protect against damage to the paintwork
  • The chain is made of special steel
  • Specially designed children's lock in the "Super Neo" design
  • The playful lock is very easy to use with its automatic cylinder
  • The plastic lock and lock housing are ergonomically designed for children
  • Two star-shaped reversible keys are included in the scope of delivery

Operation and use:

  • Basic protection against theft for children's bikes


  • The ABUS 1510 "Super Neo" is ideal as a training lock for children
Art. no.: 12395
Article group: 04
Bag: without transport bag
Carrier: without bracket
Length: 60 cm
Locking type: key
Weight: 300 g
color of facets: blue
design color: Super Neo
diameter: 4 mm


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