A lifetime manufacturer's warranty is offered by the vibrelli multitools. Cyclists designed the building to last. Both professional and amateur riders use it. Made using high quality materials. Quality andDurability are tested. One piece super light tool. The weight is 92 g / 0.20 lbs. The material is Hardened Steel and Extruded aluminum. Includes a bag.
👤High quality materials throughout. It was included and so happy that it was a must. You can lighten this by pulling the 8mm and 6mm together. I don't ride with spare brake pads and that's the only thing that needs a 2mm wrench, so I had no use for either. I used a bit of aluminum tubing as a spacer and moved the 5mm over to the 6mm position to take advantage of the grooves in the bar. I think I saved 20 grams by doing this, more than enough to offset the weight of my tire.
👤Normally I won't write a review for a product until I have had it for a while, but I got this last night and liked it so much I decided to write the review now. I was going to order the Mini 6 because I had an Allen head bolt on my bike that I didn't have a wrench for, but I saw that the mini 9 was only about $1 more and I got this instead. The first thing I noticed is how small it is. The thing is small, but still gets the job done. The case has a belt loop on the back. I used this to tighten every bolt and screw on my Escape 2 and it was high quality. I will keep this tool in my panniers in case something happens while I ride. I would recommend this to anyone who is riding a bike.
👤This is a great tool to have in your kit. Everything you need to make adjustments or light repairs on the trail is here. It doesn't take up a lot of space. You can ditch the carrying case and make it fit even better. The whole thing is really well made and each tool feels sturdy and secure. I recommend this for cheap insurance when you need to tighten up your seat post or handlebars when you're from anywhere.
👤The tool is too small according to some reviews. Some people don't understand that this is a mini-tool. The tool was created for people like me, who use their bike to commute to work, or, like me, have had heavier "real" tools stolen that were kept on the bike while locked up at the train station. I was looking for the ability to tighten crank arms and carry a light weight with me on the train. The left arm loosens occasionally after I replaced it. The tool is perfect for the need to tighten that arm.
👤It is not as good as the proper tools, but it is nice. It will be great to have it once in a while. I have all of the tools I need to fix my bike, three that don't need, a t25 if I ever need to remove a bent brake rotor, and aPhillips head for adjusting the bike lights.
👤I'm a beginner with a bike. I had my bike built by a sporting goods store for free, so I can't complain about a few out of spec alignments. I needed to make a simple adjustment because the derailleur was skidding against the crank covering. I used to own a set of cheap wrenches that I could pick and choose from. I found it hard to use a basic allen key with my bikes. I would have to remove and reinsert the wrench many times in tight spaces. The Topeak mini 9-function Bicycle tool has the right sizes and a pivot point that makes turning in tight spaces much easier. There are many times when you need to remove and reinsert at the beginning position to loosen/tighten the bike frame because you can only turn a bolt half way before hitting the bike frame. You don't have to reinsert with Topeak tool. When you can't turn anymore, simply flip around 180 degrees. Or use it as a straight tool. I attach my front bike bag to the belt attachment of the nylon holster that comes with it. This is more versatile than a bike tool. I needed a separate allen key to loosen the tools hinges in order to use the allen keys.
The Bicycle Multitool Kit is a great gift for outdoor enthusiasts who go camping, hiking, fishing, backpacking, and exploring. The package includes bike repair tools and tire levers. As a daily household repair tool, bike repair kits can do some basic maintenance work. The ROCKBROS bike tool kits are made of strong steel and have good quality. It is compact and foldable. The folding size is 3.5oz/pc. It's small enough to fit into your bag or pocket. There are two types of bike tools in the multi- function tool kits. There are two types of bike tools in the multi- function tool kits.
👤The tool kit is great for my bicycle.
👤Cumplieron las expectativas, sirven para lo.
Tools must be locked into place during use and unlocked manually for safe storage. The Seventeen tool is built to last and uses a lightweight aluminum body and precision steel tool bits. The pocket companion is perfect for the open road. The tool is lightweight at only 4.0oz. Great small tool companion. It's easy to pack or carry a flat body. A pocket workshop has tools such as the Allen/Hex key, Star shaped/Hex tool, and thePhillips Head 2 cross drive. The tool bit is moving. The bag is discreet and stylish to protect the bike tool. Fix any on-ride accidents with this pocket workshop. Most of the repairs and adjustments you need to make are covered by the range of functions. If you have a product issue, they are happy to give you a Refunds or a Replacement. If you have a product issue, they are happy to give you a Refunds or a Replacement.
👤I ordered the pro bike tool 17-in-1 tools to add to my saddlebag and the one from Crank Brothers 19-in-1 to add to my wife's. What a difference! The pro bike tool is cheap. If you push too much, it will break. The tools are short because they alleviate how fragile it is. The end of each tool is not "precise", but with a cheaply made shape that ends up being loose in the holes they go into. It's a very uncomfortable tool to use because it's short. The CrankBrother tool is so small that it's sturdy. It doesn't make a difference. When you hold it in your hand, it feels very solid and you feel very confident to use it. The chain tool is more precise and has assisting pins. The ends of the tools are very well made. The ProTool comes with a very fragile imitation leather plastic pouch, whereas the CrankBrother tool comes with an extremely sturdy and fashionable metal case. There is a There is no reason to spend more on a lesser quality tool. I highly recommend that you go for the Crank Brothers or ParkTool.
👤I need to be able to carry a tube, CO2, and a multi tool with me on rides, but I don't like using a huge saddle bag. I was trying to find a multi tool that would fit in my road bike bag. I used the chain breaker when I got it. I think taking a link out of an old chain will test the strength of these. It fits in my palm bag. Definitely recommend.
👤I accidentally ordered a second one for my son, who is a cyclist, after ordering this for him. I almost sent the second one back, but I'm happy that I didn't. My son is fond of him. Despite its small size, it's well made, durable and easy to use. My husband is a medical field service engineer and I gave him the second one. He loves his tool case so much that he immediately added it to his collection.
👤The Great Allegheny Passage trail is a 150 mile bike ride. The tool was small and light. I can justify taking it on most bike rides because of the small size and weight. There is a During my 150 mile ride, I used this tool to make a variety of small adjustments and even repairs on the trail. It exceeded my expectations during the field test. It seems to be able to tighten/loosen almost every head on my bike. I use it for my uses and it seems durable. I recommend this to my friends.
👤I went directly into my seat bag for the repairs. It works really well in there. There is a It looks like it will never rust. It's easy to get in a seat bag. Everything you need, except tire levers. Some of the drivers may not be able to get in hard to reach places.
👤It is a great tool to have with you on a bike ride. During an urban ride, I used it to adjust my chains. It's great in a pinch, but screw drivers and allen wrenches can be difficult to use. The chain tool is sturdy. I give it a 10 for quality, but a 4 for ease of use. It is too wide for tight spaces. I have told my family about it.
It can be carried anywhere. There are 25 tools in the bike multi tool kit. ThePhillips Head 2. The bike wrench is 14mm. A chain tool. There is a 6,10mm wrench. T25 is a prescription drug. There are a lot of things that are included in the bottle opener, nail puller, Serated Knife, packing knife, cm ruler, Flat Head Screwdriver, 3 Spoke Wrenches, Sim Card Tray Pin, Scraper. The nylon carrying case has a belt loop. It is precision, slim and compact. The tool set is small enough to fit in your pocket or pouch. The set measures 3.6” x 1.5” x 0.6” It is made with a special type of steel for strength and longevity. It's easy to carry on your cycling journeys with the flat body design. The Bike Tool Set will help you with your on the road cycling repairs and adjustments so that you can get back on the road in no time. The wide range of functions covered by the bike multitool kit will ensure that you don't have to walk back home. The Bicycle Multitool Kit is a great gift for outdoor enthusiasts who go camping, hiking, fishing, backpacking, and exploring. The Bicycle Multitool Kit is a great gift for outdoor enthusiasts who go camping, hiking, fishing, backpacking, and exploring.
👤The tool is small. With more expensive tools. I have a cutting blade. I recommend this tool if you want to be careful when unfold it.
👤I used to carry a small bag with various tools. I replaced that with this tool. This is a multi-tool. I can do a lot more with this multi tool than with my old bag of stuff because it's sturdy and well made. This can handle a lot of problems. It's very easy to use and compact.
👤Great work. I can see myself using this multi tool. It could be a part of the event. I recommend them to you. I would buy from them again.
👤This multi-tool is great for repairs. It is easy to use, versatile and functional. It could be a problemsolver in many breakdown scenarios. I will not ride a ride without it.
👤Very poor made. The Allen is 2.5mm in diameter. It's a great way to remove bolts. There are occlusions in the metal. Junk is overpriced.
👤Great tool! We got back into biking during the lockdown. We decided that more is better because this easy to use multitool offers more tools than others. It has been useful for basic tuning and tightening. It's a must have item.
👤I use this multi-tool for both the bike tool and the tune-up set, since I usually only have one for the home. I'm going to buy one for each of my friends.
The tool is made of Hi-Ten Steel. The IB-2 is the perfect multi-tool for any ride. There is a T25 Torx head and flathead screwdriver. It folds into a storable shape. It's ideal for keeping things in a pocket. Park Tool's Lifetime Warranty is covered.
👤I wouldn't recommend this tool. It is light, compact, and looks nice, but it fell apart after a few uses. I was working on the bike when the screw holding the tool fell off, but I couldn't find it. Because of design, if you try to get a good grip on the tool to pry and wrench tough bolts, you will get the other wrenches on the tool digging into your palm.
👤It is nice and of good quality. The tool selection is very small. I know what I was getting when I bought this multitool, but it just isn't working for me. I used it for the first time today, but I didn't have the tool I needed. A Philip's screwdriver. There is a The Park Tool I-Beam tool will be replaced by the Crank Brothers M17 tool. If you only need the tools that come with the PT I-Beam, feel confident buying it. It is lightweight, built well and looks good.
👤This is a useful little tool that I use a lot more than just when I'm out biking. I've used this to adjust my bike cleats and bike seat while out on a ride, and used it on various little things around the house when I can't seem to find the right screwdriver. It's easy to stick in a bike bag, jersey or inside my down tube tool storage on my bike. I thought it might be difficult to get enough Torque on it to loosen a tight screw, but it's durable enough that you can turn the body 90 degrees while cranking the screw and it doesn't bend or break the tool at all. Overall, I'm very happy with this purchase.
👤It's small, solid, and has everything I need. I've found that most of the tools on bigger tools are useless while out on the road, and they're too small to be useful at home. The IB-2 is small enough to fit into a saddle bag, and has all of the tools I need, including a 2.5mm wrench. I have a Park tool spoke wrench, and I'm ready for it. If I'm going on a big family-and- friends ride or something, I'll throw something bigger in a pannier, like the Lezyne port-a-shop, but that's because there.
👤It's got everything you'd need in an emergency, minus a chain breaker, pump, or inner tube. It saved me on a number of occasions from a long walk home. The 8mm key is attached to the 6mm key, so you need to pull the 8mm off in order to use the 6mm. It can be put back on. Don't worry. The tool is built to last and is not likely to fall apart on you. This is a flat head screwdriver. This has not been an issue for me. It has a tool that can be used to mount or remove disc brakes. It's useless, I'm not going to lie. The short length of the tool makes it hard to take off a brake disc. If you're lucky, it may work in a pinch. There is a I bought it in late 2013 and it went rusty in late 2014, under normal circumstances. It has not been left in the dirt. I think they're lying when they say it's made out of steel. It hasn't changed the use of the tool, but it is a bit of a problem now. You can't ask for longevity in a multitool. I'm waiting for a response from Park as to whether or not this is covered under warranty. If not, it gives me an excuse to buy the latest model. There is no inner tube storage.
Each hand tool is tested for accuracy to the requirements of ISO 6789-2:2017 and DIN EN ISO 6789-1:2017-07, as well as test methods for quality conformance testing. Each set has an individual certificate of calibration. If you have a problem with your purchase, they are happy to give you a Refunds or a Replacement. Fasten and tighten bike parts with correct Torque between 4, 5 and 6 Nm. Includes four most commonly used tools and a T 25 to cover most adjustments on the bike. Attaching a click out mechanic to your bike part will prevent it from being damaged by over-tightening a bolt. Once the Torque exceeds the settings, the tool will click out. Each tool is recorded with a serial number. Please note. They can't recommend the correct settings for each part because they have their own preferred ones. The sturdy elmoMIC handle is made with steel internals and has a Torque mechanism. It is easy to store it in your tool box or bike bag for last minute adjustments at home or on the road. There are additional tool bits in the tool. If you have a product issue, they are very happy to either replace orRefund your item. If you have a product issue, they are very happy to either replace orRefund your item.
👤It took me a long time to buy a bicycle-specific driver. This makes adjusting bars, stems, saddles and headsets much simpler. The driver has four bits you're most likely to encounter when making adjustments on your bike, however it will accept any standard 1/4" hex bit. It also covers 4, 5, and 6nm settings, which is a good range for its intended purpose. There is a The cap is easy to use. It keeps the bits in the driver when not in use. It does not fall out on its own, which is a common complaint of the Park version. There is a I found it annoying that it requires an Allen wrench to change the Torque setting, but in the end I really enjoy the fact that it can't be done by accident. The allen key is attached to the handle of the tool. There is a The seatpost tends to get in the way of the T-handle when it's time to tighten the bolts. I've found that the common 1/4" bit holders that you'd use with a power drill are good for getting the driver bit into tight spaces. If your bike has any bolts that can only be accessed at an angle, you could invest in ball-end bits. There is a I find this useful for the price, and a great investment against stripping the threads out of expensive components due to over-tightening.
👤I bought this for my mountain bike. The size of my bike pedal is made of hard dense plastic. It comes with four heads. Three Allen and one Torx. It comes with a wrench that is needed to change the settings. If you have a strong grip, you can change the settings. It was small enough to fit in my pack. Park Tools is a good choice.
👤The description of the Marque tool is accurate. It is a wrench for bikes. Today's frames are made of titanium or carbon fiber. To little force and things like a seat post may slide, too much, and you might crush the seat post, or worse, strip the clamp and destroy the frame. The tool works. You can change it for 7,5,6 NM of Torque. It's easy to adjust, just turn the setting on the top. The 6mm wrench makes it easier to turn to the correct setting. It takes standard 1/2 inch bits, so you can use any size wrench or sockets you need. The handle is removed and it stores a few sizes. The tool is of the highest quality. It has a strong feel to it. There is a The tool is easy to use. Set the force and turn the tool. When you reach the right amount of force, it will click loudly. I checked it against a full-size wrench. It is perfect. Park and other companies make similar tools that cost a bit more. The Marque tool is just as good as any of them. It's a great tool for fastening bolts. Highly recommend!
16 function all in one tool, including aSlotted Screwdriver,Phillips Screwdriver,Socket Extension Rod,Solid Wrench,Hex Key Wrench, andSpoke Wrench. 16 in 1 bicycle repair tool. Features 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8mm Allen tools, as well as a flathead screwdriver, Phillip screwdriver, chain breaker, presta valve core tool, 2 tire lever, chain link storage and CO2 cartridge adapter. It is easy to use. There is a range of bits for all the things you need to do on a ride. It is small, lightweight and designed to fit in your pocket. Slim, Compact and Versatile The bike multi tool is light and portable. It works like a shop-quality instrument in any pocket or bike bag. One of the most important pieces of tool you should have in your bag is the bike multi-tool. The material is high quality. They pride ourselves on creating affordable, high quality products that deliver the features that matter without those that don't. 2.5” x 2.36” x 1.18” is lightweight. 100% money back guarantee. The knowledge and experience they've gained from being in the bicycle trade combined with in-house development of the components and accessories makes Beto Cycles the perfect place to develop the components and accessories for the CXWXC. They want you to be happy with your new bike tools and their professional customer service will do whatever it takes to make sure you are happy. 100% money back guarantee. The knowledge and experience they've gained from being in the bicycle trade combined with in-house development of the components and accessories makes Beto Cycles the perfect place to develop the components and accessories for the CXWXC. They want you to be happy with your new bike tools and their professional customer service will do whatever it takes to make sure you are happy.
👤This looked great online, but also looked like a mangled chinese company that would pop up on Amazon to sell knock off stuff then disappear. I took the chance. I had a chance to use this as a tire lever after I flatted 6 miles on a ride yesterday. I still needed a second lever to get my tire off the rim, but this one worked great. I used the CO2 part because I was the most skeptical of it. It worked well. You just screw the tool onto the stem and then use a CO2 cannister. The cannister will be UNscrewed and the fill will begin. It worked out great! There is a The presta valve tool was used to tighten the core. This thing is amazing. I appreciate the way in which to hold a couple master links. I wonder how well the finish will hold up. My Crank Bros multi tool was damaged when I sat in a saddle bag.
👤The study tool is a good one. Most of the tools you won't use. Co. inflator. A chain break. One tire lever is a cons. There is no pressure regulator for the co inflator. The tool that you use the most is likely to have an attachment that will be lost after a few uses. It's too wide to operate comfortably. See the photo. It cannot be used in a lot of situations. You can work around your disk breaks. The tool is too wide to maneuver around a bike component. It's also pricey.
👤I haven't had to use it yet, but it seems well made, it's a little heavy, but I haven't had to use it yet.
👤The multi-tool does a lot of jobs. I'm happy with it.
👤Lots of options and looks sturdy, but heavy and worried it could rust in humid conditions.
👤The broad utility is heavier than I had expected and adds utilities such as a chain link function.
👤This component has saved my bacon many times. Especially the CO2 inflator.
👤I've worked on many smaller projects using smaller tools, but this one takes the cake. I can send it back because it's too small and bulky. I would.
👤Good quality, compact tools.
👤Ahora, pero lo utilicé y perfectamente. Producto de excelente.
All kits are provided with lifetime technical support and a one-year limited warranty. If there is a problem during the purchase period, please contact them at any time, and they will provide the most professional and timely service. The Bike Front Frame Handlebar Bag is made of 900D Oxford and is waterproof. The high sensitivity touch screen allows you to see the screen and operate your cellphone while riding. Humanization Design wouldn't rub against your legs. The multi-tool has Allen Wrench, Socket Wrench, Slot type screwdriver, Philip Screwdriver, Flat Wrench, and a combination of 16 kinds. The patch can be used without glue. The only thing you need to do is rub the punctured tire and paste the patch on the damaged area of the tires. The kit helps you fix bike tire holes on your own. Glueless patches included. The mini bike pump has a built-in boost pressure system that allows it to pump up the tires with less force. The mini length is only 12 cm. The pump has a sports needle that can be used to inflate sports balls. The light of reflective spokes and rim stickers improves the safety of the bicycle at night and in bad weather, and makes the vehicle more fashion and safer.
👤A clear screen on top makes this a great pack for supplies, phone or media player. It comes with a multi-tool for adjustments, a tire pump, multiple patch kits, tire levers to remove a tire, 64 colored spoke reflectors and a pouch cover to make sure your things are safe when you're caught in the rain. It was a great bang for your buck.
👤I like to have things to fix my bike in case of an emergency and this one replaced my backpack and I am not missing it at all. The tools are useful. I would recommend it.
👤Placing this as shown made it hit my knees. It is a great kit, but I am not happy with it on my bike. Product or craftsmanship is fine.
👤Gave as a gift. He loved it! He said it works great for his phone and that he didn't know he needed it when riding in rough terrain.
👤This is a great case to hold emergency bike tools. I was worried that it wouldn't fit around my bike's middle support bar, but the strap attached to the neck of the bike held it in place. There is a It comes with a place to hold your cell phone and it is protected from rain. The phone is held in place by the large enclosure inside the bag. I have added a charging stick so that I could charge my phone while I ride, it's helpful for those with phone batteries that don't stay charged all day. I have a glass shield on my phone, but it's a little harder to use through the plastic, but with some practice you get used to applying a little more force. There is a The side of the bag has a reflective material which helps add a level of safety while riding. The seat cover is nice. I think there's not much more room to fit in the bag other than what comes in the kit and maybe a few smaller items. If you're looking for something that has a lot more storage potential, you need to get something else. The emergency repair tools are in this.
👤I like to ride on a GT Sensor in the desert. This bag fits well and gives me peace of mind that I can handle most problems on the trail. I use a Topeak Prep Station at home, but it doesn't fit on my bike.
👤The Longmate Bike Tool Kit is what I was looking for. The multiple strap system was thought through and my old one didn't stay on very long. The tools provided are perfect when I'm out biking but also for little tune ups at home. A win is a win. Thanks!
👤The quality is a bit bigger than I expected. I think I need to look at the dimensions. Good for long rides, but not for races.
The set includes a megaphone Exhaust pipe, 3 waterproof and Super Durable Motocards, an Awesome 24 Piece Sticker Pack, and all the tools for ages 6+. No electronics, 100% pedal power. No batteries are required. There is a limited product inventory, bike tool kit, bike repair kit, bike tire repair kit, bicycle tool kit, bicycle repair kit, mountain bike tool kit, bike patch kit, bike tools kit set, and more. The Mountian Compact Professional accessory supports the repair in a harsh environment and immediately continues to ride without danger. The Bike Repair Kit With Pump And Bag and Bicycle Tube Repair Patch Tool Kit are better than other similar products. You can use a nylon Velcro to hold the bicycle stand in place without losing it. Increasing your safety is their belief. This product is produced for experience, it is the most convenient bicycle indoor and outdoor tire repair.
👤I would suggest this to someone who uses a cruiser bike or just rides around for transportation, not someone who is an avid road biker or mountain biker house, it would interfere too much and make moving at high-speeds awkward. When you buy tools, you get what you pay for, so I suggest spending a little bit more money on getting some strong reliable tools, a few of them have soft metal and I damaged them the first time I used them. This is great for someone on a budget who just wants to have peace of mind.
👤Don't buy this if you have an electric bike. The tool is too small for removing the bolts. There was no rubber cement in the package. I'm very happy. I have a flat close to home. I decided to use the tool kit to get back on the road. I would not have been able to get this kit if I had not been out. The shop is better equipped. I'll be making my own kit after this experience.
👤The threads holding the strap to the bag separated after just over a year of hanging off my handlebars. Very disappointed. Would not buy again. The year of 2021. I had a flat for the second time. The wrench snapped when I applied pressure on the wheel. 2.5 miles from home. This proved to be poor quality twice.
👤This is a good kit. It doesn't have the most pieces, and they're not the best built, but you're not going to pay over $75 for it. The bag is large enough to hold your keys and phone, which is a nice bonus, and it has the bits that you'll need the most if you get stuck on the side of the road. I would have liked to see a pressure gauge addressed. It's easy to put a $2 one in there, but not to include it. Some of the parts don't have elastic strap spots, and are floating around in the bag. This is a poor design choice to save money.
👤I used the bone tool on the first day but needed to make an adjustment. It snapped in half. It is weak and cheap. The carrying case hangs loose on the bike, the straps are not made to overlap so that you can tighten it to the bike. Buy something else if you want to.
👤I went to check the spoke wrench on my bike after I got this kit. The kit was already paid for. There is a The bike I bought had some defects. I wore out one side of my brakes on my first ride so I ordered new ones and installed them using the tools from this kit. I got a lot better using this kit because the rear rim was out of round. The front rim needs to be done.
👤A good set of tools. Couldn't give 5 stars because of the carrying case. The case is awkward on a mountain bike, the only place I could find to make it fit was on the top bar, it flopped on my knees and hit my knees.
Includes a bag. It can be made in the USA or imported. A clean brush. The brush has a tapered shape. A frame cleaning brush. The soaping brush is soft.
👤There's not much that these brushes can do to clean a rag. I thought they were worth having, but after considering how useful they really are, I decided to return them. If you're really trying to make your bike sparkling clean than you're better off rinsing it off with a soapy rag and then drying it, rather than dusting it off.
👤When I saw this product, I wondered who would buy Park cleaning brushes. Park tools are generally very high quality and worth the money, but what about brushes? Who cares? I was surprised that there aren't many generic cleaning brushes out there, that there are only the same price as the Park brushes, and that none of them are custom made for bikes like these. There is a I bought them and they're fantastic. It makes cleaning my mountain bikes easier.
👤These are the first brushes I've ever purchased, so I can't compare them to other brands. They made cleaning my bike very easy. Each brush is designed for a specific part of the cleaning process, and each seems to do its job well, with the right amount of stiffness or not-stiffness, etc. I removed my wheels while I was cleaning my bike, so I can't say how well they clean in the tight spots. There is a The brushes are good, but they aren't going to do much for the chain.
👤I was a little disappointed with the brush set from Park Tool. They are not that tough. I might have moved one star up if one of them had stronger bristles. They are just too timid when it comes to cleaning the whole bike with one of the brushes. There is a One of the brushes should have been heavy-duty. I am not looking for a rasp.
👤This brush set is great for cleaning your bike. I race in the mud and snow and keep my bike clean with these. It gets into the tight spots on the frame between the spokes and the chain rings. The large blue brush is soft and won't mar your paint. The brush is soft. The gray brush is very dry. The brush is very stiff. I love the whole set.
👤I used this set for the first time. It makes cleaning the bike more efficient. I used a sponge and toothbrush from the house to clean my bike. The cassette brush is a great way to clean my bike, and it is worth the money to have a dedicated set of brushes. Park Tool has a lot of maintenance videos on their website that I like to support when I can. The best way to use this set is shown in a video on YouTube.
👤I bought these on a whim, and I really like them. The conical brush is great for getting into small areas without scratching and the blue soft brush is great for cleaning spokes. It's not as much of a time saver as you might think, since the brushes will be full of dust, but you will clean your bike with these and spend the same amount of time cleaning them. The quality of clean is high.
The Torque range with micro adjustment to 0.5 Nm is included in the Precision Torque Measurement. It is designed for higher Torque setting repairs and installations, including bottom brackets, cassettes, cassette lock ring, crank - sets, bolts and arms, pedals and disc brake rotors. Over-tightening bolts can cause expensive damage to your bike. Applying too little Torque can cause bolts to work loose. It is easy to follow the manufacturer's recommended settings with their 3/8-inch drive dual-direction Torque wrench driver. Each hand tool is tested for accuracy before it is shipped. The Torque wrench width is 3.1 cm. Smooth and precise operation is safe and easy to use. The spring loaded adjustment collar is locked in place at the desired Torque setting, so it won't slip when being used. The scale is easy to read. When the pre-set Torque value is reached, the wrench emits a click that can be heard and felt. Right Tools For The Job includes a 75mm extension bar and a 14” to 12” adaptor. The case has a section for storing bolts when using the wrench, as well as a protective case to keep the wrench and bits safe. The head measures Torque in clockwise and counter clockwise directions. Release the bit instalments button. Each hand tool is tested for accuracy to the requirements of ISO 6789-2:2017 and DIN EN ISO 6789-1:2017-07, as well as test methods for quality conformance testing. Each set has an individual certificate of calibration. If you have a problem with your purchase, they are happy to give you a Refunds or a Replacement.
👤The Pro Bike Tool 3/8" drive is the only one that works for all my biking needs, and I couldn't find anything else that worked. I thought a digital wrench would be easier, but they don't have a mechanical click at the target Torque, so they're not easier to use, just easier to set precisely. The Pro Bike tool wrench is easy to use. The scales for both ft-lb and Nm are easy to read. The lock allows settings to be set by increment. The length is perfect and it would be hard to use around a bike frame if you had to hit shorter and higher toque settings. The only thing that would make it better is to have a slightly lower range. If you don't have a heavy hand for the lighter stuff, the 3/8" wrench is all you need. If you're paranoid, the 4, 5, 6 Nm tool would be perfect. I already have a tool for stems and handlebars.
👤When it came time to Torque the bike, I was looking for a wrench that could hit the higher values for the cassette, pedals, and bottom brackets. I was thrilled to see that the new 3/8" version of the Pro Bike tool had just come out. I ordered it and it did a great job. One of the few tools on the market that can measure Torque in both clockwise and counter Clockwise directions are the two tools. This was a big selling point for me. There is a My other wrench has been reliable. There is a The only complaint I have is that this version doesn't come with the sockets and requires an accessory, but you have the sockets from the smaller kit. I don't need a fan adapter as it can throw off values. I already own the other kit and it didn't change anything for me. I was set. Chris at Pro Bike Tool is always responsive and it's got a great warranty. The reliability is there because they are made in Japan. There is a You can't beat the price.
👤After getting help from customer support, I modified my second review. After trying the tools again on the higher- Torque tool, it actually performed the reset back to neutral. I'm not sure why it doesn't do that when it's manuallyclicking. There is a I modified my original review after using the tools. I have to manually reset the Torque wrenches after they are Torque applied. It's inconvenient to push it back to the other direction, but other than that it applies correctly. Customer support is helpful. There are no comments I bought two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set of two set They looked new, came in boxes with plastic wrap, so we are dealing with either a design flaw or a quality issue here. I will review both of them in this review and post them twice. I'm returning the wrench I got because it's not good. I played with them for a while, but I gave up. It is up to the seller to give an explanation and I might reconsider buying another set and try it one more time. I don't like leaving negative reviews unless absolutely necessary. I think I have never given a bad review. It's necessary because it frustrates me that this doesn't get noticed. I haven't checked for accuracy yet, but both of the wrenches respond to various settings. The trouble begins after that. There is a The 2-20Nm clicks nice in one direction, but the other direction doesn't click at all. It is a very faint feeling and will probably go unrecognized when you tighten a real nut due to hand pressure and not noticing. The 10-60Nm has a nice click in 888-739-5110 There is a The real issue is that once a Torque has been reached, you can't change it by hand. After releasing pressure, both stop clicking and responding in the same direction. They stay, even though one would think releasing the pressure would put it back in neutral state. Unless I force them to click in the opposite direction first, they won't settle back to normal. I have not seen this before. I have a cheap H.F. that behaves perfect, but it also has the same issue as the one I have.
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