Chain Lock IVEN Chain 8210

The IVEN Chain 8210 Chain Lock provides double the protection for your bike. The 8 mm chain covered by a soft sleeve protects your bike against thieves and prevents damage to paintwork.

Chain Lock IVEN Chain 8210


The chain lock is ideal protection against theft as well as against damage to the bicycle. Nothing is more annoying than irritating scratches on your bike.

Who hasn’t suffered from scratches, scrapes and damage to paintwork caused by a bicycle lock on the bike’s frame? The Chain Lock IVEN Chain 8210 rids you of these worries; the durable and highly flexible synthetic fibre sleeve and the smooth, soft material on the lock body itself prevent possible scratches and damage to the frame paintwork.


  • 8 mm square chain with a functional, durable and highly flexible IvyTex synthetic fibre sleeve prevents damage to paintwork
  • The chain, the lock body and supporting elements of the locking mechanism are made of specially hardened steel

Operation and use:

  • Good protection at medium theft risk
  • Recommended for securing good bicycles
  • The longer the chain, the easier the bicycle can be locked to a fixed object


  • For protective transportation we recommend, for example, the frame bags ST 2200 and ST 2250 (for lengths up to 85 cm)


  • Very easy to use, because only one end of the chain has to be locked
Chain Lock 8210/110 black 
Art. no. 55153

Level: 10
Length: 110 cm
Weight: 2200 g
Chain Lock 8210/85 black 
Art. no. 55152

Level: 10
Length: 85 cm
Weight: 1800 g
Chain Lock 8210/140 black 
Art. no. 88288

Level: 10
Length: 140 cm
Weight: 3185 g


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