The soaping brush is soft. The F Series has a magnetic case that makes it easy to store it. The chain tool is compatible with speed. There are 8 screwdrivers and 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8 hex wrenches. The spokes of thePhillips #2, flathead #1, and theTorx t-25 were listed. There is a bottle opener for that.
👤It's nice and small. Maybe to be small. When I needed it the most, it hasn't worked well in two places. 1. The front derailleur is being adjusted. ThePhillips head is not the right size. For the adjustment screws, it is almost small. The tool bits are very short and it is difficult to get the flat body out far enough to turn it. 2. The body is wide and flat to turn if you could reach it, and 105 brifter is too short to snug it up during a ride. The tool is useful but it is limited by the wide body and short bits. The multi tool is going to be thrown in the bin, but I will keep the case and chain break on the bike. It is a bottle opener and who doesn't need one.
👤It's a good tool for the discounted price, but not for the full retail price. If you don't have a master link and need to connect it, the chain link will be stiff, and the chain tool doesn't come with a second notch in chain breaker, so you should not buy it. I would rather have the blackburn multi tool than the Topeak multi tool. The blackburn has a spot in the tool to keep a master link. That is cool. The spoke wrench is not the easiest to use. I wouldn't buy again. I'm thinking about returning.
👤This is a nice bike tool. I think this will get better in time because it's a little stiff to fold the bits out. It has a nice hand feel and you can get some extra Torque on the wrenches if you extend out all of the tools from the opposite side. I was able to remove a bolt from my bike by overtightening it, but this is not the fault of the tool, and if anything it shows how much Torque you can get from it. The cheaper version only lasted a day. I showed this one to my local bike shop guy and he said it was a good choice. It's in my bag and doesn't take up a lot of space. Definitely recommend!
👤I can't put it down. The bike tool is cool. The multi tool slides with a nice click. The multitool is compatible with the case no matter what side you put it in. The chain breaker fits the same way as thespoke wrench. The drivers are chromed. The tool is not good. Extra leverage and grip can be given to the tools when using the case. A small size and weight. It's perfect for my pack.
👤I finally ordered this after spending some time trying to decide if I really need to ride with a chain tool. I went for a ride on Sunday after it arrived. I ran into a friend, and we rode back into town together. My 11-speed links were too narrow to lock onto his 10-speed chain, so we used the chain tool to shorten his chain by one link and get him home. It was sweet! I'm hoping it will be useful on Day Two. There is a Design is cool and quality is excellent. The magnet in the case can be used to catch chain pins that have fallen from the leaves. The only downside is that the tools don't have their sizes etched into them, which is a mild annoyance.
A Practical and Classic Gift for Men. You will need a multitool sheath organizers to make yourself look decent. It's a perfect gift for your dad, your boy friend, and yourself. Reliable and built to last with a high quality handle. Magnetic tool bit extender and 10 tool bits can be used to tighten bolts. 4mm. There are 6 The number is 8. T25 /T30 /PH1 /SL4. There are videos in the Related Video Shorts section. Convenient and stylish storage for the tool set and other small ride essentials can be found in the handy hard case pouch. It is a versatile and stylish tool that can be used for cycling and at home, perfect for small jobs at home and work. They are so confident in the quality of their products that if you have any product issues, they are very happy to either provide aRefund or aReplacement.
👤The bike multi tool is larger. I've never used a Sturdy as any ratchet. The standard sockets can be shared with any compatible screw gun. Works with or without an extension. I will not carry the case to save space. It would be great if there was a knob to stick over the extension's end.
👤I find it difficult to use, often useless, compared with other, more traditionally-shaped portable multi tool. I thought I could use it without the attachment. It's not easy to tighten something. I can't adjust the angle of the ratchet. The tiny tool makes it hard to tighten. The butt is hurt by the packaging. It was difficult to remove the package. I destroyed the package, so I can't come back. I don't think I do.
👤The bits are starting to rust. The tool kit is very convenient for me. The bit set is almost complete. It is missing a 2.5mm bit for Sram Force and Red FDs. When I am out on the road, I keep a Topeak Nano Torque bit with me for a complete kit. There is a If you want to keep the kit in a jersey pocket, you need to keep it in a plastic bag. I have owned it for about six months and it has started to rust. It's kind of sad. There are no signs of rust on the ratchet.
👤This kit is very good. It's small and easy to fit inside a seat bag or other, and it uses standard driver bits. If you want to, you can swap out the bits to fit your bike. If you want to get serious, you can get a mini Torque Limiter. The Fix It is a cheaper alternative. Sticks are the same as the Torqbit. I have two sets on my road bike and one set on my trail bike.
👤It will not get into the most holes on your bike. This was not able to reach the screws of the front derailleur and brake lever. They are useless for small screws. Buy multiple screwdrivers.
👤It's rare to purchase a product and get decent value. The tool is great. I didn't like the idea of spending almost $25 for a multi-tool, because there are so many other bike tools for less on Amazon. The tool is the real deal. A quality hard shell case with quality netting and quality zip ups. The details of the macro and micro are important. It feels good, and you know it's durable. There's a macro. The micro is the same as the mesh net design, and for me it's the quality of the zippers. I don't like having anything that opens and closes because I'm bound to break it. The case has a good zip. I'll have to change my review to 4 stars if it breaks easy on me. You get a nice little tool in a tight package. I've only used it a couple of times, but I love it.
👤When I ride, I keep buying bicycle multitools. Many of them are clever and well made, but they still have limited functions because they are small and they try to do everything. There is a A decent quality little case and a high-quality miniature driver are all included in this little tool set. The bits can be replaced if they get damaged or worn out. I find the set to be superior to the little clever multitools for most of the real world minor adjustments that I might do while I am on a ride. Excellent kit! Excellent warranty! Buy it!
There is a limited lifetime warranty from the manufacturer. There is a bicycle repair tool. There are Allen wrenches, T25 bit for disc brakes, flathead screwdriver, and a CO2 accessory. 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. The lightweight at 4.66 ounces is 1.97” x 2.28” x 0.78” 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.
👤I was hoping that the product would serve two purposes. The CO2 pump didn't work as expected. I twisted on the cartridge and began pumping. I couldn't get it. Even with a second CO2 cartridge. I was not going to try for a third. I bought a CO2 pump with a valve to make it easier to control. I haven't had to use it yet. After being in my saddle bag for a few months, this thing came apart. It was easy enough to put together. I don't recommend this product due to it's weight and the CO2 function not working as intended.
👤It does what it says it does. There is a It is large. It is heavy. It is chrome and not a huge fan of that. There is a The inflator is a bit odd because you have to put it in and then untwist the cylinder to start inflating. It is annoying. I am not sure why you would need to do that instead of pushing it in. There is a It serves two purposes at the same time. I would go with one of them.
👤If you carry CO2 you need this tool. People say it is heavy. If you have a mechanical or a flat, then you don't need to carry a CO2 adapter, it's an amazing tool to have and all you need to get back on the trail. It worked great when I used it to adjust my trailside. I keep it on my Granite strap because it is very well made. Just a suggestion... If you strap this with a tube, make sure you have the flathead away from the rubber on your tube. The head is straight.
👤Before you ride a long ride, you should read the instructions for using the CO2 inflator. I've inflated Presta and Schrader about 20 times. The 6mm allen is mounted on another size.
👤The tool kit is small. It has a Co2 inflator and seems well constructed. It's hard to find something like this in a multi-tool.
👤I need to find another multi-tool because it was missing the 5 MM wrench. The quality folds up in a compact way.
👤It was used on the road and handled Allen bolts very well. It is small and sturdy.
👤Not light, but useful. It looks like it will last a long time. I bought this because I liked the built-in CO2 valve, but after it arrived, I liked the finish and overall quality of the build.
If you're looking for a great gift for a special person in your life who loves to go exploring, hiking, fishing, camping, cycling, backpacking, their multitool is the perfect gift. Tubeless Tire Repair Kit Bar End Plugs. Includes a tire repair tool and repair strips. It's like a bar plug. Most mountain bikes and flat bars are compatible. It is made of machined aluminum.
👤It works well. I had to change a few of the o rings that came with it, but it fits well and is made. It is not cheap but it has a good weight. I haven't used it yet.
👤It's not possible to fit so in an alloy bar. It will be put in a seat roll.
👤Fit well inside my Raceface bars. I tried it in most of the aluminum flat bars. You have to do a bit more finessing to get perfect.
👤I put this inside my carbon bars. I had to use the very thin rubber bands supplied with the tool to fit inside the bar end. The Wolftooth design requires you to trim the rubber grommets via a tedious trial and error method while hoping you don't slip up and slice your finger. I didn't measure the inside of my bars, but I wish Lezyne had supplied another set of smaller rubber bands so that I could install the tire plug tool and the rachet tool in the other bar end. The bars were too thick in the other sizes.
👤It is difficult to thread through the rubber.
The Wingman is always ready to work with its lightweight design and pocket clip. The Wallet Ninja Multitool is an everyday tool that can fit in your wallet or pocket. A multi-functional tool that can be used as a screwdriver, bottle opener, box opener, can opener, cell phone stand, eyeglass screwdriver, beer opener, fruit peeler, and nail puller. It's made to last. The Wallet Ninja Credit Card Multitool is made with 4x heat treated steel. It is lightweight and easy to carry in your pocket or wallet. It was approved to marry on flights. The Wallet Ninja Multi-Tool is not sharp and is not small. A survival tool is a must have for emergency packs, disaster preparedness, and survival kits; and a great gift for handyman, mechanics, carpenters, beer lovers, hunters, boaters, campers, hikers, bikers, contractors and all husbands, fathers. The best gift for men is a stocking stuffer. The best gift for men that have everything is the wallet ninja credit card multitool. A great gift idea for men, women and teens. They offer a USA quality product that they guarantee to never rust, bend or dull. They offer a USA quality product that they guarantee to never rust, bend or dull.
👤Premium-Brands-4-Less is selling knock offs. 1) They came in a non barcoded paper holder. There are two more The words "Wallet Ninja" are not the right design. The metal is cut out of the real one. There are 3 more The screwdriver is missing a symbol. The screw driver symbol is on the real one. There are four The real one does not have all of the graphic lines. There are five The fake one does not have the shuriken graphics. 6) The fake one has a poor design on one side that makes it hard to tell if it is a 4 or not. The real one has the same style on both sides that is easy to read. There is a I uploaded a photo of the real one and the fake one. There is a This review is not real. The real one is a great novelty gift.
👤I have this tool in my wallet for over five years. It's always been a novelty for me. Randomly open beers for friends or a quick help with a screw if someone didn't have a screwdriver. A couple weeks ago, I was on a long motorcycle trip across Connecticut and about 50 miles from home, my shift pedal dropped to the ground. Everything was closed on Sunday. I remembered that I had a tool that could tighten bolts. I was able to use the tool to get the pedal back together. I have a reason to always have this on me. Never know...
👤I bought this a month ago. Maybe I didn't give it enough time, but I had two main issues with it. 1. I never used it. I can use the full-size tool for any of its capabilities because I spend most of my time at home. The first time I took it with me, it was thrown away because it looked like a knife, so I didn't really have it to use. It's almost metallic, so when the guy picked it up, that sealed the deal. It's a great concept, but not sure if it's practical.
👤I'm putting together a wallet. The wallet is going to be made of credit-card sized tools. This is the most useful tool before this happens. The tool is made of steel. It is very strong for how thin it is. I can't bend it very easily. This tool has the same thickness as a real credit card, unlike some of the more high-tech credit card tools. The wallet's weak points can be eaten by the teeth on the bottom of the wallet. If you use a leather wallet, it will chop up the inside of the pocket you put it in. I have a different problem. I use an aluminum wallet called Wallum, which is two steel plates held together by four rubber bands with the cards in the middle. The rubber bands are eaten by the Wallet Ninja. You're opening a bottle with these teeth and they will hurt your fingers. It's the easiest bottle opener to open for me. The box cutter does the same job as the fruit peeler. It takes forever to open a box with this tool, but it's better than nothing. This thing has screwdrivers under the sun. The eyeglass screwdriver seems to work well. The shape hasn't been stripped by time. It's a great card and very affordable.
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.
A 19-in-1 multi-tool. T10/T25/T30 - Cross-Head, Flathead. The chainbreaker tool has a multi-functional tool bottle opener, disc brake wedge, Rotor turning tool, and CO2 inflating device. Black Anti-Corrosion technology provides superior resistance. These mini tools are designed to efficiently get riders back on the road or trail. The side-plates are made from lightweight aluminum, black and have a magnetic holder. The Rap II series bike multi-tools provide unparalleled performance at their price points. These multi-tools feature innovative features.
👤I bought the 12 bit. It's small and smooth. Nice weight and finish. It's easy to fit in your bag or pocket. Excellent quality. I use all over the place, not just on my bike.
👤I keep it for emergencies when biking.
👤I keep it in my bag on my trike. The chain breaker is the only thing I have used. Everything I have used has worked well.
👤This is a great tool that I'll need if something goes wrong on a trail. Not heavy or bulky.
👤Great tool. The co2 inflator was a bit tricky at the beginning, but after a short learning curve, it served me very well.
👤The best multi tool is MTB.
👤There are lots of tools. The color scheme is cool. Exactly what I was looking for.
We are so confident in the quality of their products that if you have any product issues, they are very happy to either provide aRefund or aReplacement! The tool is a high strength 10-in-1 tool. The bike repair tool kits are made of high-quality carbon steel. Fine and professional workmanship, fashion design, durable, stronger and more. It is effective,include. The universal wrench has an Allen key, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8mm, Flat Head Screwdriver,Philips Screwdriver and a bicycle chain separator. Dedicated tote bag. The aerodynamic wedge shape seat tail pouch has an inside main pocket and auxiliary mesh pocket that can hold small items. The seat bag has a quick-release mounting system. It is easy to carry and has a waterproof function. The 3-in-1 improved terrier version is available. The fish-type crowbars are bigger, more sturdy and not easy to break, The frustration can be dismounted and installed on the crowbar more convenient. It can be disassembled and stored when not in use. There is a multi functional butler. It is easy to carry and has 10 models. The self-adhesive tire patches can be used to repair a punctured tire, just apply the rasp to burnish the tire and then paste the patch firmly onto the punctured area. The tire patch is located between the tire levers. 6 month warranty on quality guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with the purchase you have made, do not hesitate to email them, they will make sure to solve any problems for you as soon as possible. You can return the product for a full refund.
👤I used the tool from the box to build my bike. It got the job done, but I think it would be easier with another tool. It was difficult to use the tool because there were no attachments that stayed in place and allowed you to use a specific one. The bag and other tools that came with it make this an ok purchase, but the multi tool was the main thing I was looking for.
👤This was a complete kit, and it was a good price, since my old tool was either lost or stolen. The multi-took has a lot of things in a single item, except for the nut wrench, which is more convenient in cases where you need to use both tools. The case is sturdy and easy to remove from the bike.
👤The tools are high quality. You will need all the tools. A nice bike bag.
👤The tool box is sturdy enough to fit under my seat. The tools seem to be good enough, but I haven't needed to use it yet.
👤My grandson likes how complete the repair kit is. I bought a tiny air pump.
👤Every bike should have a repair garage.
👤The bag and tool kit are great. It works with a spair tube as well.
👤He knew this would work because he is an avid biker.
150 g is 5.28 ounces. The mechanism has a reverse lever and thumb wheel. There are two tire levers, T10,T25, and T25 Torx. The magnetic bit holder and patch compartment were added.
👤It is pretty good. I am not giving it 5 starts because it is small. I like the fact that it is small. The body is very thin and round. It's hard to get a good grip on it. I like the fact that you can use the included extension to make a screwdriver. It will fit inside a tin. There is a You pay a premium price for the quality. There are also other 1/4 hex ratchets that are thicker and easier to hold. To see how they compare, look at the photos. -Steve
👤This is a great little wrench. It's small but it does the job. A better case would make it 5-stars. The bits are engraved with sizes and can be used like a screwdriver, or in the end, in a variety of ways. I added a Mininch wrenchit and a HexFlex to my mobile kit and made my own case from an old inner tube.
👤Since purchasing the Topeak Ratchet Rocket lite, I carry it on my main bike. On a long solo ride into remote areas, I would carry a couple of other basic tools, but this is good for most of my rides. The spare tube is in a side pocket on my commuter bike. It is very easy to take out bits that you don't need, and swap them for something else. I bought a flat screw driver bit from my hardware store. I took out the smallest allen wrench because it's not something I need on my bike. There is a If you are counting grams, you could ditch the case and carry it in a bag. In the regular holder, mine weighs 155 grams.
👤If you can find under $27, you will get this. It is priced right. It's well made. They don't sell the ratchet individually. A multi tool pack for the bike is what it is. It's not the go to tool for off the bike or at home. The same manufacturer ATMO has a larger prestacycle version in the picture.
👤I challenge any reviewer to remove the smaller bits from the magnetic adapter and handle without pliers because the tool is brilliant and potentially incredi-handy. My son, who is an accomplished craftsman with a strong grip, couldn't pull them out by hand and proposed etching thumb nicks into the bits. I thought I'd found a trick by sliding my thumb and forefinger down the shaft and onto the bit, but that idea lasted only once or twice. Good luck in the rain or cold with this kit. I swapped bits from another set and they worked. You should buy the case separately and then use your own bits. The above is a fatal flaw and I don't want to low-rate this tool. I will return it.
👤I know that this was intended for on-the-fly repairs of bicycles, however, I love this thing for carrying in a small kit. This fits in my Maxpedition Fatty and takes up very little space. This would be able to handle small jobs. It's compatible with many other items to add to the flexibility of this ratchet. A set of Leatherman bits is a great addition to the Ratchet Rocket as it will provide all the useful bits one might need. I ordered a Victorinox extension to go with this one. The mechanism on this thing is very good. The bits are changed by pushing the bit out of the ratchet. The metal on the tool is very good and the small size of the tool is not a problem. This would not be used for screws that are very heavy. It is more than capable of doing what it was designed to do. I bought mine for under $20 two months ago. The price has gone up to around $27. I might have bought it at that price. I like it better at the $20 price point.
You can order now and pay free. They can provide a life time warranty for their product. It was made in Taiwan. The multitool bike repair kit has a CO2 screwdriver and Allen wrench. The screwdrivers in the wrench are T25, T30, and Phillip. The Quality-Portable Bike Tools is made of RV material and has a good tool steel. The Iron Bone Wrench multitool weight is 100gm and the dimensions are 95mm x 20mm x 8mm. Bike tools include multitool wrench and multitool iron bone wrench. It's easy to use and also suitable for home spare tools. The ideal Thanksgiving and Christmas gift for cyclists is a compact professional accessory and a multi-tool mechanic accessory. MatyKit is better than other similar products. It is lightweight and designed to fit in your bag. MatyKit is better than other similar products. It is lightweight and designed to fit in your bag.
👤Big hands need tools that are a little short.
👤I've found this to be very useful. I like to have a set of tools on hand in case I need them when I'm far from home. There's a tool for flat tires here. Most of what you need for emergency repairs can be found here. It's definitely recommended for all bike riders. It would make a great gift for bike riders.
👤I got this tool because it has a Co2 inflator. The tool has all the tools you'd need for a ride. It is easy to get out. It is small enough to fit in a saddle pack.
👤The size is large enough to fit in my saddle bag and it comes with all of the essential tools for field repairs on a bike. I use the C02 accessory to fill up my empty tire. There is a The toolkit is light and well made. It's a great addition to the toolkit.
👤I toss this into my bag on my bike, but I need to use it to tight up the bag. The head worked. The Allen key worked. It seems like metal is well constructed. It's a good design. It is small so you can carry it with you. I wouldn't use it for repairs at home, but it's doing a great job as an emergency tool.
👤This is a one stop shop for the tools you need for your bike, all wrapped up in a nice neat package that can be stored away in a cargo pocket or secured to your bike. The steel design is heavy build and durable.
6 month warranty on quality guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with the purchase you have made, do not hesitate to email them, they will make sure to solve any problems for you as soon as possible. You can return the product for a full refund. There are 8mm, 9mm, and 10mm sockets wrenches and a straight blade screwdriver in the MT-1. Each of the nine tools is positioned so that the MT-1 can be used on nuts, bolts, and screws. The tool is long, wide, and thick.
👤This is very good. What you see is what you get. This thing is very small. The shape of the Allen wrench is very good and it fits my bike perfectly. There is a There is not enough leverage to accidentally get something too tight, so the short length doubles as a Torque wrench. The screwdriver end is sharp. Don't let this gem poke your tube if you carry it in a kit.
👤I've been riding a bike for over fifty years. I own a bike store and have seen a lot of tools. This is the best take-along tool I've seen in a long time. It's investment cast tool steel that takes care of the small screwdriver, box wrench, and hexagonal keys. It's too short for serious leverage with the two largest keys, but a small wrench will fix that. If you're going for a long day or a multi-day trip, you probably need more, but this is as good as most of those "Swiss Army knife" style contraptions, especially for its size. So small.
👤I use this tool standard equipment for my bikes. It's less bulky than a multi tool and it saves space in your bag. Lighter as well. The tools that a modern bike needs, with the exception of aPhillips head screwdriver, are provided, but the screws are not, and you could probably get by with a flat head screwdriver. It's a must have in my book.
👤I used this daily for years. The shape is practical. It is easy to put it in a pocket if I am not carrying a big bag. I broke the last one when I stepped on it to tighten the bolts on my multitool, don't do that, it would break any multitool. I probably did this many times before it failed. I am pretty sure it could handle any force I could apply with my hand.
👤Been using them for a long time. No weak pivot points, no unnecessary cover plates, etc. Good use of leverage. I put magnets on the blank side of the bike or on a CO2 canister to find metal on it.
👤I bought a brick of useless micro-tool thinking it would be a safe bet when I started cycling. I am the type of person who loads the trunk of their car with stuff to fix it in case it breaks down, and that practice carried over to my hobby, now my preferred mode of transportation. There is a In the seven years of hard riding and training I did, only a few of the teeth in the toolbrick I kept in my saddle bag were ever used. The deraileur adjustments were used a lot, they were used for a new chain ring, handlebar tweaks, seat set-back, shift lever adjustments, brake adjustments, hood position, and cleat position. I realized that I only needed a few tools to do most of the things I would need to do while riding, and this tool has all of them. It is the lightest and most useful tool of its kind. It's one piece steal construction will probably last longer than you, and the position of every tool head is in such a way that the proper leverage can be attained. This is a very thought out piece. Throw the brick and take it with you on your next ride for 10 bucks.
Bicycle multitool co2 products from Crankbrothers. In this article about bicycle multitool co2 you can see why people choose the product. Pro Bike Tool and Cxwxc are also good brands to look for when you are finding bicycle multitool co2.
Crankbrothers, Pro Bike Tool and Cxwxc are some of the best brands that chosen by people for bicycle multitool co2. Find the detail in this article. Lezyne, Wallet Ninja and Park Tool are also brands that their products are worth to check.