Thieves using conventional methods will find the GRANIT CityChain XPlus™ 1060 a tough nut to crack.
This is because the lock-chain combination is packed full of strong innovations. Patented ABUS Power Cell technology foils general attempts to remove the lock by hitting or pulling. A further security patent from us: the ABUS Power Link technology, which allows the chain to be directly connected to the Power Cell – the lock body.
But the GRANIT CityChain XPlus™ 1060 can do even more. The interlinked sleeve of the lock provides effective protection against violent methods of attack. And those who attempt to tamper with or pick the lock will face stiff resistance with the ABUS XPlus Cylinder.
10 mm hexagonal chain with textile sleeve to protect against damage to the paintwork
ABUS (patented) Power Cell technology offers the highest protection against hitting and pulling attacks
ABUS Power Link technology (patented) allows for a direct connection from the chain to the Power Cell
Interwoven coating of the lock body to protect against brutal methods of attack
The chain, the lock body and supporting elements of the locking mechanism are made of specially hardened steel
ABUS XPlus cylinder for the highest level of protection against tampering, e.g. picking
Two keys are included in the scope of delivery
Cover to protect the keyhole from contamination
ABUS Code Card for additional and replacement keys
Operation and use:
Good protection against medium risk of theft
Recommended for securing motorbikes and scooters
The longer the chain, the easier it is to attach to a fixed object
You can order several one-key-fits-all locks. This allows you to use a single key in conjunction with multiple locks/locking mechanisms
Very easy handling, because only one end of the chain has to be locked
For secure transportation we recommend the Transport Bag ST1010 (only fits 110 and 140 cm chain lengths)
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" ... Other interesting products from the category Lock-chain combinations