Lifeventure Cable Lock

 

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Travel safety lock

Lifeventure's
robust Cable Lock has a 4 dial combination and 90cm retractable steel cable to keep your stuff safe!

 Perfect for keeping larger objects like your rucksack, kitbag, bike, skis, snowboard etc. from being taken while you’re not looking. The combination can be set to your chosen numbers.

 If you are just looking for a lock to keep your luggage closed whilst travelling then take a look at Lifeventure's Combi Lock instead.

A new (as of 2016) lock to consider from Lifeventure is the TSA locks and wire locks, which allow for security people at the airports to access your bag with a special type of key, so they dont damage you bag if they need to get into it. we have the TSA mini padlock and TSA Sip lock.


  • Tough ABS plastic body
  • 90cm retractable steel cable shackle
  • Resettable 4-digit number combination
  • Ideal for securing luggage, skis etc.
  • Weight: 100g
  • Dimensions: 55 x 95 x 10mm / 900mm cable length

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