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Brand-X Hollow Allen Key Skewer Set

Pair of Wheel skewers. 4mm Cro-Mo rods with allen key end fittings. Anodized alloy end caps. Stiffer than a conventional wheel QR with added bonus of theft prevention.

Brand-X Hollow Allen Key Skewer Set Features:

  • 4mm Cro-Mo rod.
  • Allen key end fitting

Buy Brand-X Hollow Allen Key Skewer Set from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Silver, Red, Black
  • Size: 100mm & 135mm
 
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Too long - almost unusable These are w-a-y too long. The front skewer is almost 2cm too long for my standard 100mm front hub and dropouts. The shaft of the skewer if thinner than the threaded part too, so it's impossible to cut more threads. I'll be replacing these with something more usable/safer. I wasn't really fussed about the hollow allen key "theft resistant'" thing, which is just as well, as whilst one side needs a special allen key, the other side is a standard QR skewer nut with flat sides that easily fit a spanner or pliers... so, whilst a thief will be flummoxed by one side of the skewer, he (or she) just needs to look at the other side, undo it with some pliers and be off down the road with your front wheel/the rest of your bike. So, yeah, I really can't stress how bad these skewers are. 23 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by seguridad y personalizacion brand-x nos permite estar seguros k les va a costar mucho mas robarnos las ruedas, ademas de ese toque de personalizacion con sus colores!!! 02 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice and smart I have been using these skewers for some years now. They give me some extra piece of mind and they are great. Of course I've already lost the key - and bought another pair of skewers just to get another key :)) They tend to unscrew themselves tho - and you really don't want to over-tighten them either. Tighten them so there is no play in the wheel and use some loctite and you'll be fine. And don't loose the key! 27 June 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Almost a year ago I wrote a review saying how good they were. Yes, neat lightweight. All four that we have installed have failed totally. The shaft is made of steel and the "nuts" are aluminium. The problem is that the steel of the shaft on the locking end (i.e. the end where you insert the special Allen key) binds with the aluminium of the "nut". What then happens is that as you tighten them, the "nut" turns, with it's steel face eating into your fork or drop-out. This also renders them of no value as an anti-theft system, you could easily undo them with a pair of pliers. It's actually a design fault that could easily be overcome with the use of a pair of thin stainless thrust washers. As for the paranoia about losin the "special key", just make your own...... I will now go and look for a similar product, but better made. 11 January 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product Simple. Neat. Theft deterrent. Handy if you ride tubeless, i.e. you don't need to remove the wheel as often to fix punctures ;) 10 February 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Too long Good quality but too long for singlespeed. Thread sticks 11mm on front. Even with 11mm protruding from back still 8-9mm from doing up. Shame. 22 September 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Special Allen key It’s not too hard to buy bits and keys for these bolts with a central pin, you should know. Still much better than a quick-theft skewer, though. 01 April 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good, but a spare security allen key would be nice. Had these for 8 months and my wheels havn't been stolen yet! Only downside is that they come with only 1 security allen key. If you loose it, you won't be removing your wheels for a while. 09 April 2010
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