Crank Brothers Multi Bicycle Tool (19-Function, Silver)

June 13, 2017 - Comment

CrankBrothers Multi-19 Tool comes complete with 19 tools for common road and trail-side repairs. The Multi 19 has seven hex wrenches, four spoke wrench sizes, small and large Phillips and flathead screwdrivers, a t-25 Torx driver for disc brakes, and a universal chain tool to tackle any task short of building a bike from loose

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CrankBrothers Multi-19 Tool comes complete with 19 tools for common road and trail-side repairs. The Multi 19 has seven hex wrenches, four spoke wrench sizes, small and large Phillips and flathead screwdrivers, a t-25 Torx driver for disc brakes, and a universal chain tool to tackle any task short of building a bike from loose parts. Lest we forget, there are also 8 and 10mm open wrenches, and to top it off, the whole deal comes packed in a neat, lightweight, durable aluminum hard case that slips inside your pack or toolbox with ease. Specs: Weight – 175 grams (w/o tool flask); Length – 3.5 inches; Frame – 6061-T6 aluminum; Tools – 6051 high tensile steel; Carrying Case – Stainless and polymer.The CrankBrothers Multi-19 bike maintenance tool comes with no fewer than 19 tools for common road and trail-side repairs, all encased in a lightweight aluminum hard case, including:
Seven hex wrenches Four spoke wrench sizes Small and large Phillips and flathead screwdrivers T-25 Torx driver for disc brakes Universal chain tool 8- and 10-millimeter open wrenches

Specifications
175 gram weight without included tool case 3.5-inch length 6061-T6 aluminum frame 6150 high tensile steel tools Stainless steel and polymer carrying case

Lifetime Warranty
This CrankBrothers product includes a limited lifetime manufacturer’s warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

Comments

Michael Yu says:

Not manufactured from corrosion-resistant material, but mechanically functional tools nonetheless. I bought these for around $25 thinking at the time that they were better quality tools than the lower-priced alternatives.The good: The set is a bit weighty, but has every size of Allen key you could want. I haven’t even used some of its functions yet. It’s compact, fits in a neat little flat storage tube that fits nicely into even the smallest saddle bags.The bad: It appears that the material these tools are made of is not stainless steel. They started developing rust…

Bajeezes says:

Torx wrench broke Broke the first time I used it. The primary tool I wanted to use on it was the torx wrench for my disc brakes on my bike.Tool arrived quickly (along with other tools I needed eg chain whip etc) and went to go fix my broken spoke. Got the wheel and cassette off no problems (using other tools) and I went to remove the disc brakes. First two screws came out, but the 3rd one stripped the tool (pictures attached). Luckily I am at home and have some proper torx nuts I went and used…

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