Lock-Chain Combination GRANIT CityChain X Plus 1060

  • Good protection at medium theft risk
  • Recommended for securing entry level motorbikes, light motorbikes and scooters
  • The longer the chain, the easier the motorbike can be locked to a fixed object

Lock-Chain Combination GRANIT CityChain X Plus 1060

Technology:

  • 10 mm strong chain with fabric sleeve to prevent damage to the motorbike's paintwork
  • ABUS Power Link Technology (patented) offers a direct and covered locking of the chain into the locking mechanism
  • Interlocked lock body cover to protect against brutal opening methods
  • The chain, the lock body as well as supporting elements of the locking mechanism are made of special hardened steel
  • ABUS X Plus cylinder for highest protection against manipulations e.g. picking
  • Two keys are supplied with the lock, one LED torch key
  • Automatic keyhole cover against dirt and corrosion
  • ABUS Code Card for additional or replacement key

Tips:

  • This lock can be ordered keyed alike to other locks. This means several locks would match one key, respectively key code
  • Very handy use because only one end of the chain must be locked
  • For the protected transport we recommend the bag ST1010 (matches only 110 and 140 cm length)
  • To limit the possibilities of brutal attacks it is recommendable to avoid that the chain lays on or hangs close to the ground
  • Chain lock combinations are a very good solution for locking a motorbike to a fixed object

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Lock-chain combinations

Lock-chain combinations are an excellent choice when it comes to securing motorbikes and scooters. There are usually plenty of attachment options on the wheels and frame for securing them to a fixed object. A bike that is secured in this way cannot simply be picked up and carried away – which is a real security advantage. It may also be possible to use a combination of a brake disk lock and a chain. This combination is a so-called "2-in-1" ...
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