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  • Pedros RX Multi Tool + Chain Tool
  • Pedros RX Multi Tool + Chain Tool
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12 Function
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Lightweight, super tough composite handle. Compact, ergonomic shape holds 11 of your most common tools. 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 8mm hex keys. Flat-blade screwdriver. Snap-fit CrMo chain tool with built-in 3.2, 3.3 and 3.5mm spoke wrenches.

Features:

• 11 of the most common tools
• Includes an all important Chain tool
• Built in spoke wrenches
• Tough composite handle that’s built to last
  • Colour: Black - Silver
  • Size: 12 Function
 
Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great quality Light, strong with a chain tool that works. Lacks a philips screwdriver and a torx. 09 April 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Compact, sturdy but lacks Philips driver This looks to be a sturdy multi tool. It remains to be seen how strong the composite body will be compared to a metal one but it shows no signs of flexing. The chain tool slides out from the body (and is held very tightly in place) and one of the Allen keys then becomes the handle to tighten and loosen the chain tool. I don't intend on using this chain tool as a workshop item so hopefully I'll never need to find out if there's enough of it to grip. None of my wheels have Mavic spokes so I have no need of that tool. Ideally, I would prefer a T25 and a Philips screwdriver instead. For now, i have removed the Mavic tool and replaced it with a washer (to prevent the remaining tools rattling around), but if I buy another multi tool in the future, I will take the Philips driver out of my old and slightly rusty Scott multi tool (which will then become spare) and use it in this one. One star off for not having QUITE the full package, but the price very nearly gets that star back. 17 October 2009
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