Abus uGrip Chain Lock

Abus uGrip Chain Lock
Abus uGrip Chain Lock
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uGrip Chain Lock by Abus
Secure your bike with Abus' uGrip Chain Lock. Its tough, 5mm square chain, hidden under a soft, elastomer synthetic coating will send thieves looking for easier meat. Abus also wraps the uGrip with a durable fabric to prevent damage to your bicycle's paintwork. The chain is made from hardened steel, and Abus supplies the uGrip Chain Lock with two keys.

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SKU: ABU0018
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