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Abus Bordo 6000/90 SH Black Folding Lock - 90 cm

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62.49 €       - 12 % 

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With Bordo, ABUS has revolutionized bicycle locks and established a new category of locks - the folding lock. The Bordo 6000/90 SH is one of them. The Bordo family of locks offers features that until now could not be found in other families of locks: reduced weight flexibility and compact size. These properties can be found in all the different models of the Bordo family. From the ultra-secure Bordo X-Plus to the classic Bordo to the ultra-light Bordo Lite. The diversity is highlighted by numerous colour variants and different locking systems. Thanks to its trendy carrying case sold with the lock, it can be taken anywhere.

Technical specifications:
Robust 5 mm hinges covered with a sheath for a good protection of the bike's paint
The joints and housing are made of special steel, cemented
The joints are connected to each other by rivets
The ABUS Plus cylinder offers very effective protection against any attempt at manipulation, such as picking.
Easy transport thanks to its clip-on bag
ST: Flexible mounting with Velcro strips or screws on the bottle holder
It is possible to order this lock by opening it with other locks, i. e. a single key opens all locks
Ideal combination: very resistant, very flexible, light and easily transportable anti-theft device

Security level: 10
Weight: 1200 g
Lock holder: SH 6000/90
Type of locking: key
Circumference: 90 cm
Color: black

Supplier references

Ref. Builder Color Size Special EAN XXcycle ref.
0063133 4003318729836 100265


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