Chain Lock 9809/170 black (Art. no. 78082)

The Steel-O-Chain™ 9809 Chain Lock offers great protection against theft with a Plus locking cylinder specially developed by ABUS

Chain Lock 9809/170 black (Art. no. 78082)

Great protection when there is a medium risk of theft

The perfect lock for your bike. The ABUS Plus Cylinder offers great protection against lock tampering

The Steel-O-Chain™ 9809 Chain Lock makes life difficult for thieves. The lock is equipped with a picking-resistant ABUS “Plus” disc cylinder, providing great protection when there is a medium risk of theft.


  • 9 mm thick square chain with textile sleeve that prevents damage to paintwork
  • The chain, the lock body and supporting elements of the locking mechanism are made of specially hardened steel
  • Automatic cover for the keyhole against dirt and corrosion
  • ABUS Plus cylinder for high protection against manipulations, e.g. picking

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
Art. no.: 78082
Level: 12
Article group: 04
Bag: without transport bag
Carrier: without bracket
Length: 170 cm
Locking type: key
Weight: 3700 g
color of facets: black
design color: black
diameter: 9 mm
Chain Lock 9809/85 black 
Art. no. 78079

Level: 12
Length: 85 cm
Weight: 2100 g
Chain Lock 9809/110 black 
Art. no. 78080

Level: 12
Length: 110 cm
Weight: 2600 g
Chain Lock 9809/140 black 
Art. no. 78081

Level: 12
Length: 140 cm
Weight: 3100 g
Chain Lock 9809/170 black
Art. no. 78082

Level: 12
Length: 170 cm
Weight: 3700 g


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