Lock-Chain Combination 8210/110 (Art. no. 18906)

The Lock-Chain Combination ABUS Steel-O-Chain™ Iven 8210 makes easy work of securing your motorbike or scooter.

Lock-Chain Combination 8210/110 (Art. no. 18906)

IF YOU LOVE YOUR BIKE, CHAIN IT UP –

with the Lock-Chain Combination Steel-O-Chain™ Iven 8210, for example.

The synthetic fibre-coated square chain secures your motorbike without damaging the paintwork. The chain is made of hardened special steel, as well as the lock housing and supporting parts of the lock. The lock body itself is well protected against attacks in its impact-resistant Soft Case.

Also, anyone who attempts any devious tricks will find it difficult with the Steel-O-Chain™ Iven 8210: the high-quality locking cylinder cannot be tampered with easily by lock-picking methods.

Technology:

  • 8 mm square chain with functional, durable and highly flexible synthetic fibre sleeve which prevents damage to paintwork
  • The sleeve offers very high protection against abrasion and does not absorb liquids, e.g. water or oil
  • The chain, the housing and the structural parts of the locking mechanism are manufactured from specially hardened steel
  • Ergonomic lock body with impact-resistant SCT (Soft Case Technology) sleeve
  • High-quality locking cylinder with user-friendly reversible key for maximum protection against tampering, e.g. lock-picking
  • Two keys included in the scope of delivery

Operation and use:

  • Good protection against low risk of theft
  • Ideal for protecting light motorbikes and scooters

Tips:

  • Lock-chain combinations are a very good way of attaching motorbikes to fixed objects
  • Very easy to use, because only one end of the chain has to be locked
  • To limit the possibility of brutal attempts to smash the chain, it is best not to place it on or near the ground
Art. no.: 18906
Locking type: key
Weight: 2497 g
chain length: 110 cm
chain thickness: 8 mm
design color: black

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