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  • Topeak Alien II Multi Tool
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Often copied but never duplicated, the award-winning ALiEN™ II is still the best. A clever break-apart design makes it easy to find and use the right tool. And with 26 high quality tools at your fingertips, you’ll rarely find yourself without exactly what you need. There’s even a bottle opener for post-ride celebrations!
• Spoke Wrenches: 15g/14g
• Tire Levers: Two Integrated In Body
• Tool Material: Hardened Steel
• Tools: 26 total
• Torx Wrench: T25
• Weight: 270 g / 0.60 lb
• Bag Material: HD Nylon With Clip
• Size: (L x W x H) 8.6 x 4.3 x 4.1 cm
• Screw Drivers: Phillips & Flat Head
• Pedal Wrench: Mini (For Field Repairs)
• Allen Wrenches: 2-L/2.5/3/4/5/6/8/10mm
• Body: Engineering Grade Plastic
• Bottle Opener: Stainless Steel
• Box Wrenches: 8/9/10mm 2 each
• Chain Hook: Steel Wire
• Chain Tool: Cast Cromoly Steel
• Compartments: For Two Chain Pins
• Knife: Stainless Steel
  • Colour: Black - Silver
  • Size: 26 Function
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by N.1 Indiscutibilmente multitool più completo e di ottima qualità nel materiale...una piacevole sorpresa anche se più caro di altri prodotti 20 August 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Just a pricey toy I was expecting something like a Leatherman for bikes. This is nowhere near as good as my Leatherman. The design is just not in the same league. Turning the allen keys is difficult because of the shape of the tool itself. The 15mm spanner is good for nothing - it says in the instructions that it is for emergency only but I wouldn't want to rely on it. The smallest allen key is bent less than 90 degrees which makes me think it has not been made / inspected properly. I like the way the little knife must be unlocked in order to open it. The screwdrivers are okay. I'll carry it when I go cycling but it's a pity that I'll also need to take a 15mm spanner if I want to cover all emergencies. If I hadn't used it, and got it dirty, I'd be sending it back to be honest. 22 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by It what I expected, just perfect I wanted a multifunctional tool to use in almost any situation and this is the one. 26 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by quantity, practical and quality Tough and easy to use multi tool. I never go on the trails without it since it's not very heavy and it doesn't take much space in my back pack! I haven't used all the tools since now but they will come in handy in the future. 06 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Хороший ключ Хороший ключ за свои деньги. Компактный и не очень тяжёлый. Качество исполнения хорошее - приятно держать в руках. 06 April 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great emergency tool I can see complains about the tire lever breaking and the pedal spanner being a bit flimsy. Well, this is a portable emergency tool! It will not substitute proper workshop tools, but then again, no multitool ever does. A bit bulky, but it replaced all other items in my emergency kit with the exception of my metallic tire levers (I just don't have the patience required for plastic levers). 18 March 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not that high quality First time ever I used the screw driver it broke into pieces!!!! Like weak metal fracture. BAD. Chain tool broke one of the pins after using it about 40 times. Allen keys have rounded quicker than other tools I have. This is my experience after 2 years using it. All in all this is a quite polivalent tool, but not a heavy duty one. I think it was bad luck how the screw driver broke (maybe a fabrication defect) but anyway I was expecting more quality from this piece of kit. Very good tyres removers (strong!!). 17 December 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Tool Great tool I would recommend it to anyone. It has all the tools you will need to repair you bike on the trail. 03 September 2012
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