I had this multi-tool for several years.
A few years ago I managed to bend the Allen key, I don’t remember how, maybe I dropped it.
I actually had to bend it back as it was so bent it was not possible to tuck it in.I had to buy a multi-tool, and this was the easiest solution, but it does have all the tools I need, for example, the Allen key used for reach adjustment on Shimano brakes.
But the size makes this multi-tool fit into tight places well, for example adjusting pads on mechanical brakes. It served me well the few times I had to use it for my own bikes, but I also used it many times on other peoples bikes, So it got a lot of use combined, but I need more tools than this tool has.
I have dropped it many times on hard ground like rock surface and asphalt.
- chain tool spins smoothly.
- Robust and smooth, you can easily rotate the tools out, and they don’t wobble, htere is no play, if you notice play, the bolt just needs to be tightened.
- not enough leverage for very tight bolts.
- The stitching for on the sleeve wore out fast, so it was too slack, but that’s easy to fix.
48W × 63L × 20H (mm)
|Hex 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8mm||Star Shaped T25, T30|
|Phillips-Head||Chain Breaker: (9/10/11 speed)|
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