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You don't have to worry about losing your bike lock key with the Serfas Combo Lock. This self-coiling cable stays out of the way on your bike or in your pack, and the five-digit combination lock eliminates the need for a small, ever-so-quickly losable key. Use the included bike attachment to secure the Combo Lock on your bike frame while you ride. The 12-millimeter-thick cable is a bit easier to handle, while the 15-millimeter cable helps deter clip-happy thieves.

Tech Specs

Lock Type:
6 ft
Recommended Use:
locking your bike

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Unanswered Question

I have the LL-1 latte combo lock, I entered...

I have the LL-1 latte combo lock, I entered the combination but the lock is stuck, won't open or change number directions. What do I do?

i have a black serfas combo cable lock...

i have a black serfas combo cable lock which is unlocked. model no. unknown how do i reset the combination? it now opens with " - - - -"

I have a Model LL-1 Latte Combo by Serfas. The combo was printed on a tag that came with the lock. It appears that one cannot change the combo. So if you don't know the combo, it's likely time to go and buy a new lock. If the lock is opne, then lock at the combo that lets you slide the lock closed, that's the combo.

Unanswered Question

I have a combo lock that hasn't been used...

I have a combo lock that hasn't been used for awhile and I have forgotten the combo. any help

I've spent a king's ransom on a carbon...

I've spent a king's ransom on a carbon road bike, prized for its light weight, among other factors (under 15 lbs, fully loaded). I'd like to make sure the bike is secure when I make my regular muffin/coffee/other stop, but it seems almost blasphemous to intentionally add weight to my bike. Looking around the peleton (amateur roadies), I don't see anyone with a lock. What should I do? If I get a lock, what lock is the lightest one that provides adequate (if not failsafe) protection?

put the lock in your back pack... by the way, the riders probably left theirs in the car... when we are riding we do not do errands...

Serfas Cable Combo Lock

    Wow! The Serfas Cable Combo Lock is a beefy lock. The 12mm is still a very large (and heavy) cable lock, but I definitely don't worry about someone cutting it. I like that you can set a combination, and don't have to worry about forgetting and loosing a key.

    If i forget my 5 deigit combination how...

    If i forget my 5 deigit combination how do i reset it to another combination.

    Is it unlocked? If not, follow these steps:
    1. Buy new lock.
    2. Set desired combo.
    3. Write new combo down in a safe place.

    Serfas Cable Combo Lock

      Hefty lock that does the job. Good texture on the combo dials, and looks big enough to make the quick thief go for another bike that's probably more expensive than mine anyway.