It is made of machined aluminum. It works on all standard mtb or flat bars. The kit includes a multi-tool. The tubeless instrument kit. The repair kit is made of aluminum. It's like a bar plug. There are five repair plugs and a repair tool. There are multi-tool intrusions. The tool kit is made of aluminum. It's like a bar plug. There is a Swivel head, a 10mm hexagonal head, and a 2,3,4,6,8 MMPhillips bit.
👤If you have a Race Face Carbon handlebar, I don't recommend this. I think there is a reason why the Wolf Tooth Components Encase system has plastic wrap to hold tools. Race Face carbon handlebars cause the o-ring to slip around and cause the tool inside the handle to be seized. I had to spend a lot of time getting it out.
👤I like this tool. I ordered a large one. It fits in my bars. I like the tool a lot more than the typical folding multitool because it feels very high quality. I wouldn't worry about which bits are included in which size tool, as any bits can be swapped out with your desired ones. There is a A competing product uses magnets to hold bits in the tool. The wrap is vulnerable to damage and compromises longevity. The tool uses rubber bands and magnets to hold the bits in place. The magnets seem to have enough retention. Replacement rubber bands can be found at hardware stores and Amazon. There is a The kit seems to be well made. The plug threader seems to be in the cap. If you want to mod, you could buy another tubeless insert, dremel off the bar end, and screw it onto the cap for an extra capsule for quicklinks, cash, etc. The large toolset has a lot of leverage. The tool feels very strong and powerful to pry bolts down, and gives the necessary leverage to get a stubborn bolt undone. The leverage is nice when used with my concealed chain break. There is a The tool stays in the handlebar. I was able to get a tight fit that was still able to be retrieved using my fingers. I put grease on the inside of the handlebars and the gasket because they don't slide in dry.
👤I love Lezyne stuff, but this feels unfinished. The solution for keeping the tool in the bars is not very good. It needs custom shaped o-rings that won't bind up when it's put into the bar. I need to use a credit card to make sure the o-rings are tucked in correctly before pushing them into the handlebars. It's hard to pull out a small portion if it pops out between the bar and tool. I still like using the tool.
👤Please be aware of it. The pictures of this item are not accurate. There is a If you look closely at the page, you will see "Size: Small" but without looking into the detail, all the rest of the page shows the large edition. The tool kit is made of aluminum. It's like a bar plug. I had to return this item because it was not what I expected.
👤The O rings keep the device from falling out of the handlebars. I could not get the tools back out of the handlebars without a wrench, even with the skinniest o rings. You need another tool to use this tool.
👤I have these on my bike. I don't have to worry about bringing tools with me because they are always there and they have saved me a few times on the trail.
The Rap II series bike multi-tools provide unparalleled performance at their price points. These multi-tools feature innovative features. They will replace your chain plier chain tool if it's natural wear and tear, a hard fall, or just a freak accident. For life. Every serious rider already has bike tire levers. Riders can add bike chain pliers to their bicycle repair kit without adding bulk or weight. The bicycle multitool has bicycle tire levers and bicycle chain tool. Bike tire and chain issues are the most common bike malfunction. The multi lever chain tool can be used to fix both. The bike tire tool can be used to remove stubborn bike tires. The chain pliers make it easy to add or remove chain links. The bike tire tool can be used to remove stubborn bike tires. The chain pliers make it easy to add or remove chain links.
👤It's a great tool. What can you say? There is a It's tire levers. It is a chain plier. It is a thinner item than Pedro's, but it is still a piece. There is a It does not have a spoke-grab for the lever. There is a It doesn't fit a patch in the back. There is a It was not a deal breaker because it was higher than standard levers. There is a I was given this product in their marketing efforts. I used to do my tubeless setup with these. They worked. There is a I wouldn't be interested at the current price. There is a Pedro's will last you until you lose them. There is a A 15$ price point would give me the motivation to buy a quality tool like this. I believe a space-weenie would like these. Thank you Sierra, for trying to change the wheel! There are options. It's a good time to be alive.
👤The Sierra Bike Chain tool is a welcome addition to my bag because I like to bring the least amount of gear to do the job. For the same space investment, I also get a chain tool and a place to keep my spare link.
👤I've had tire levers, but always lose them or break them. The weight and size of the levers were the first things that I noticed. Granite levers are smaller and lighter, but that's not always a good thing. I've broken 3 Granite levers. I don't think I'll break these anytime soon, they're heavy duty and reinforced. Sierra is a small business that I like supporting. If I break these, I'll update the review and let you know how the company responded.
👤I haven't used it yet, but it's a great concept and built very well. It is also small for storage. I would like to have a place to store a tire patch. I have a tool in my kit if I need it, but I have never broken a chain on the tail.
👤This will be added to my gear. There is a tire lever and master link pliers. It's sturdy as well. If your chain breaks, it will be easier.
👤Sturdy materials. The bag was saved space by the compact design. It has a spot to carry a spare chain link.
👤I like the tool. It's a great addition to my tool kit. Most of my multi tools don't have tire levers, a place for a quick link, or quick link pliers. The tool fills that niche. It fits in my jersey pocket. I am glad to have it for when I need it.
👤Found this product on a support group. I decided to try and I am happy. They are strong. They were used to repair a tire. It would make a great addition to a bike tool bag. A great gift.
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. The best pocket multi-tool is a small multitool. Solid Alloy Steel with Weight in Mind is the reason for LightWEIGHT but DURABLE. Their tool works with Mountain, BMX, and Road Bikes. Knowing you have top quality tools to get you out of a situation is a good sign. If you aren't 100% satisfied with any, they'llRefund your money. If you aren't 100% satisfied with any, they'llRefund your money.
👤I was going to buy a chainbreaker, but came across this instead. I am happy I found it. I bought this because I was tired of carrying around all the different tools that I needed when my bike broke. This meant different sizes of screw drivers. I had around 4-5 pounds of tools on me, but not anymore. I still have room for spare parts, even though I carry this multi-tool.
👤Since I got this tool, I have used it to adjust my bike on the road. I think it will last and be a good investment. I only have 2 things that I would upgrade to. 1. The Allen keys could be more long. I am not a bike by weight person, so I wouldn't mind the extra ounce. They are usable, but you need to watch your knuckles. 2. It would be nice to store it in a small bag. It should be kept from rubbing against other objects in my kit. I have a sunglasses pouch that I put in, but I would appreciate if it came with something. There is a I would recommend it to anyone looking. If it got lost, I would order again.
👤The packaging was very nice. The product is really cool. I need longer hex wrenches to tighten my bike handlebars. I had to use a longer tool. The piece that is detached from the tool is a common size, but it doesn't hold up well with the tool. It falls off a lot. Overall, nice packaging, nice idea, maybe bad execution.
👤The item is made of metal and construction. It is small and can be carried in a small bag. It may seem heavier than normal, but at least it has less chance of breaking. Good quality.
👤I need this thing to remove links from my bike chain. The standard BMX chain I was using didn't fit, so I thought it was a universal fit. I specifically bought this because it was simple and it was frustrating to have to use other tools to complete the job. Returned.
👤I picked this bike tool for our bikes in case we don't always ride together. It has been useful so far. It is better than the one we got with our bike. It seems like it will last a long time.
👤Mareriales! Buen to y peso. Para llevarlo en nuestros paseos.
👤It's small and light but still has a lot of weight so you don't feel like it will break. It was easy to use. Great purchase for a good price.
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.
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!
If you aren't 100% satisfied with any, they'llRefund your money. Unlike typical Y tools, there are only 3 tools on a Y wrench. The tool bit has two different sides, doubling the number of tools. It has 2, 4, 5, 6mm allen keys. The cross head screwdrivers are called trex and ph2. Get bike shop quality tools. It's suitable for use at home or as a professional mechanic. The rivet bead is used to keep tool bits in place. The sturdy and eronoMIC handle is made with a tough plastic coating around the core to fit perfectly in the palm of the hand and provide excellent leverage. S2 steel is a durable material that can be used for a long time. It is easy to store it in your tool box or bike bag for last minute adjustments at home or on the road. They stand behind the quality of their products and if you have a problem with them, they are happy to replace orRefund your item. They stand behind the quality of their products and if you have a problem with them, they are happy to replace orRefund your item.
👤The Marque 6 Way Y Wrench is a sturdy bike wrench. Each point has a different sized Allen Key that is used to tighten and loosen parts on modern bicycles. 6 of the most common sizes of hex bits used on most bikes are used with each bit. The bits are metric rather than inches, which is the most common system used on bicycles. There is a The Y shape of the wrench makes it easy to get a good grip on the tool, which is helpful for unsticking tight bolts. There is nothing cheap about this unit. It's made of tough metal. The bits are difficult to get out with your fingers. I used a small set of pliers to pull the bits out, and it was very easy. It's a good thing that the bits don't come out easily, as you wouldn't want them falling out in your bag or when you're working on your bike. It has aPhillips screwdriver head on it, which can sometimes be useful if you have attached something to your bike. There is a The smallest bike tool kit bags will fit the compact wrench. Whenever you ride, I recommend having one of these. You can't tell when you need to tighten or adjust your bike's gear. Bolts in your saddle, bike rack, front and rear forks, handlebars, brakes and shifters can loosen if you ride a lot. It's best to be prepared. Highly recommended.
👤It's great when I make simple adjustments to my bikes. I have everything I need in this device. It seems to have been made well.
👤This product is what I need. I bought an E bike and needed a tool that I could get to quickly and easily, as well as give me many options for fast bike repair.
👤I like the shape of it. The design is better if you apply pressure to this more evenly.
👤Good for all applications. This wrench is not a good one to use when dealing with tight spaces.
👤These work well but have a tendency to come out of the sockets a little too easily.
👤The tool is inexpensive and can be used to tune your bike. It's highly recommended for an all in one.
👤I love the practical style, it's easy to carry, it's sturdy, and it's versatile for different bike needs. Customer service was beyond expectations. The risk of losing is the only challenge. If they fall out, they can be lost.
👤Excellent quality. If tools are not secured properly, they might drop.
Function all in one tool. The sockets hexagonal wrench was used on 8/10/15. / ASlotted Screwdriver,Phillips Screwdriver,Socket Extension Rod,Solid Wrench The ideal Thanksgiving and Christmas gift for Cyclists is the Hex Key Wrench. A high quality necklace. The mini set is made of carbon steel and harder steel. The wrench has two buttons on the left and right side. The Magnetic Bit Extender and Bit Set with 10 screw head bits are easy to change and do not fall off like conventional bits. 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. When not in use, it can be disassembled and stored. 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. Dedicated tool pouch. All tools and accessories can be put in it. The tool bag is designed to protect small objects from being easily stored and lost, so you don't have to worry about the troubles of small objects being lost often. It is easy to carry. 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. 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.
👤This is a complete tool set for bike repairs. It has all the sizes that are needed. A dog-bone sockets and tire levers. There is a pouch with all of the items in it. Don't expect a heavy duty tool set, but robust enough for must on the go fixes. If you add a few zip ties, Jack knife, and maybe a small pliers, you'll be the go to person when someone needs a hand.
👤It isn't a complete bike tool kit, but what it does have is pretty good. The tire removal tools were difficult to use on a tight tire. I wish it had a tool to remove the tire valve stem. I could have used bigger keys. The small tool works well with the ratchet.
👤A tool kit in a small container!
👤The product was on time. The pack broke the next day. It is very difficult to close a case because the tools are too big and the position of the case is not clear. The tools work well, but we had to get a different case at another store to carry them.
👤The product wasn't as pictured. The main reason I purchased this kit was that it had a Swiss Army knife-style tool. I wish they would have told me they ran out of the specific product and suggested the one I got instead.
👤The kit is organized but not light. If you are going to take it with you on a long ride, I would think twice.
👤I have checked to make sure they will work when the time comes, but they fit nicely in my bike pack, and I haven't had to use them yet.
👤The way tools are clubbed in a small bag made it easy to carry on trails.
Tools are made from Hardened High-Tensile Cr-V and are made to last. The portable bike tool kit has a weight of just over 180g. All-inclusive bicycle tool with Allen keys and Chain tool. Flat Head Screwdriver/Philips Screwdriver/Torx T-25 tools are used. Very sturdy and solid. The small size doesn't take up much space in the seat bag. Bicyclists break down on the trail with this tool.
👤The chain breaker is useless. It won't be able to do any trail fixes, so it might as well take it off. I tried using it to remove a couple links from a new chain, but I think it broke. There is a The rest of the tool is functional. No more, no less. I would recommend it if it didn't have the chain breaker on it. It will need to be tightened up, and maybe add some locktite to make sure it doesn't back out while in your bag. You will have to buy a different chain breaker. There is a It can raise/lower your seat or adjust your brakes on a ride.
👤The other option had no reviews. It turned out great, I took a chance. I just did a repair on my 1998 Dback MTB. It's much wider than previous tools, which gives me a great hand grip when torquing. It takes up more real estate space in your bag. There is a The chain tool on it was not secured well and was flopping around while being used, but this is a no-brainer purchase when others of the comparable quality are going for 300% the price.
👤I thought it was going to be very cheap. It has some heft behind it. If you tighten the heads on the sides, the chain tool stays put. Losing the extender peace is the only problem I can see. It will rust if you leave it near your water bottle. It's not meant to be a complex simple and cheap kit for trail fixes. There is a Pros has everything you need for a chain breaker. It was 8 bucks and you can take tools on and off by undoing the heads on the ends. It's compact. The chain tool and 5 mill Allen flap are heavy. The price is great, you could spend $18 for the crank equivalent. It's too much for something you're not going to use often.
👤The quality is low. Casting for chainbreaker is very hard to do. I wrap the chainbreaker with a rubber band to keep me sane. The price makes up for the quality. It seems like it will work. Is a bit heavier than I thought. Does look like it will be able to handle any bike repairs.
👤This is not of good quality. It fell apart before being used. The Allen wrench could be repaired. I would need two more Allen wrench to do it. Maybe I will borrow some Allen wrench from my neighbors. It isn't what I was hoping for.
👤I think the tool is a little weak. It could do the job. I already lost my additional bit, it comes out of the tool assembly. I think it's difficult to carry a tool bag. I have a jersey back pocket.
👤This is the cheapest bike tool. The chain tool bent when I tried it for the first time. I walked back to the car. The cheap metal used in the allen wrench makes me distrust them. Purchase something trustworthy on the trail if you spend a few more dollars.
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.
This is a great gift for any biker, outdoor enthusiast, handyman, or anyone else who wants to be prepared for anything life throws at them. Disc-Brake-Rotor-Friendly T-25 Wrench There are seven different wrench sizes. A universal chain tool. Four spoke wrench sizes.
👤This is the perfect tool for trailside repairs. This tool is perfect in a pinch and does not replace any of the ones you would typically use back at home for more thorough repairs. There is a Some reviewers have noted that some people have complained about the tool's longevity. The tool should last a long time if used correctly and at a correct angle. I was amazed by how light the weight was. You would think that it weighed more than a few pounds. I would say it weighs what it should for something that is both durable and functional. There is a It's small, it's handy, it's durable, and it's perfect for what it's used for. Make sure that the bolts on the side are kept tight and don't let it get wet or rusty. It will take care of you for a long time if you take care of it.
👤The initial look of the tool did not last long. It is like there is no tomorrow. The first time it rusted, I wiped it down and used a rust removal product. I let it sit until it was dry. The bag that I lived in for 2 more months was more rusted than it was the first time. There is a If you carry it, it will rust and make a mess. I don't think you should buy this again and I can't recommend you to buy it either.
👤I've owned this for a long time. I have been waiting for the chance to put it to a real test and review it. I think the regular maintenance I do on my bikes pays off. I have never had to use this on a ride. Never. I've ridden with riders who needed to borrow it to service their bikes. Everyone that has used it has asked where they can get one, it's been a solid tool. I don't know what the competing brands are anymore because it's been so long since I purchased this. I can't tell you if this is the most current version. Several people have used this tool and it has worked well. I never leave it behind.
👤The chainbreaker failed me on the ride when my chain broke. The only repair option was a chain tool. Couldn't break the chain. Went home. There is a After I got home, I tried out my collection of chain tools on a scrap chain. I could get the Crank Brothers to work under ideal conditions. The design of the Crank Brothers was not as good as other mini tools, and it was not as comfortable. There is a The Crank Brothers tools were the most difficult to use in my tests. There is a The Park bench tool won hands down, as did the Lezyne multi-tool and the ParkCT-5 mini brute. There are recommendations for field chain repair. Get a discarded chain from your local bike shop to practice on before using an emergency chain tool. Don't go cheap on emergency chain tools, carry a separate dedicated chain tool and use Crank Brothers otherwise very nice multi-tool without chain tool. If you are happy with the performance of Park, Topeak, Lezyne, Pedros, or Crank Brothers, then you should be happy with it. Low cost tools seem to be poorly designed and less likely to perform well when you need them the most.
The carrying case is specifically built for this product. A multi-tool. The cross-head of the HEX 2.5/3/4/6mm. 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.
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