Abus Primo 5510K Key Cable Lock

Abus Primo 5510K Key Cable Lock
Abus Primo 5510K Key Cable Lock
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Primo 5510K Key Cable Lock by Abus
The Abus Primo 5510K Key Cable Lock gives you dependable protection for low-theft risk situations. The strong, high quality, and very flexible coil cable is easy to maneuver around awkward objects for a versatile design, while its automatic cylinder and user-friendly reversible key make it quick and convenient to lock up. Plus, the synthetic coating ensures your bike's paint job won't get scratched or dinged up.

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SKU: ABU001P
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