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Abus Pro Shield 5850 R Black Frame Lock

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The Abus Pro Shield 5850 R frame lock is a basic protection for all types of bicycles. Both lightweight and easy to handle, this lock has a handle, a case and some locking elements made of special cemented steel. In this version R, the key remains in the cylinder when the lock is opened. Combined with chain or cable locks, it will ensure the safety of your two-wheelers.

Technical specifications:
Case hardened steel handle with a diameter of 8.5 mm
The handle, housing and some closing elements are made of special cemented steel
Equipped with a locking system to easily attach accessories to the body of the lock
In the R version (captive key), the key remains in the cylinder when the lock is opened; in the NR version (non-captive key) the key is removed even when the lock is opened

LH - Easy mounting on the guy rope
An alternative fixing option at ABUS: the LH tensioner adapter. If there are no holes on the rear frame, it provides a secure hold. This adapter can be purchased in addition to this lock.

Frame locks provide practical and effective protection against malicious manipulation
Thanks to the accessories (4960, 5850, 5650, 5650 cable and chain), the safety of your two-wheelers is reinforced
It is recommended to use a second lock in addition to the frame lock

Diameter: 8.5 mm
Height: 107 mm
Width: 59 mm
Security level: 9
Weight: 680 g
Support: optional
Type of locking: key
Color: black

Supplier references

Ref. Builder Color Size Special EAN XXcycle ref.
0057205 4003318396977 100532


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