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ABUS TRIGGER ALARM 350 RED DISC LOCK 9.5/50mm [55972 3] SUPERSEEDED FROM THE 330

£89.99
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Minimum quantity for "ABUS TRIGGER ALARM 350 RED DISC LOCK 9.5/50mm [55972 3] SUPERSEEDED FROM THE 330" is 1.

ABUS TRIGGER ALARM 350 RED GUARANTEED to leave thieves with ringing in their ears Using the Trigger Alarm 350, you will enjoy double the security: thanks to the ABUS locking technology and a 100 dB alarm signal. With its 10 mm hardened special steel, the locking bolt of the Trigger Alarm 350 is very robust. The lock body and supporting elements of the locking mechanism are also made out of the same tough material. The ABUS “push down” cylinder is easy to operate and automatically locks the bolt . The Trigger Alarm 350 brake disc alarm also protects your scooter or lightweight motorbike with an electronic alarm unit triggered by vibrations. Simply close, set to “On” and, when in hearing range, you will know immediately if someone attempts to take your bike without permission. This disc lock offers good security for mopeds and scooters Technical Specification:-

  • 10 mm steel locking pin
  • Easy to use thanks to the pin which is automatically pushed into the cylinder during the closing procedure
  • The pin, the closing body and all the locking elements are made of special hardened steel
  • Alarm function based on vibration detection system, the sensor reports any hit with alarm
  • Audible alarm from 100 dB min.
  • It is possible to use with the alarm set on or off.
  • Different beeps indicate battery charge status, activation and alarm status
  • Two keys included
  • Standard CR2 battery for the alarm included
  • Reminder cable included
  • Quality cylinder
  • Transportation: Case included for easy and safe transportation

Tip: For added security during long stops you should fix the bike to a fixed external object in addition to the disc lock