- Multi tool of choice?
Looking for a decent but not too expensive multi tool.
Prefer a wide and flatter one to a chunky one if that makes sense!
What is everyone’s go too choice?Posted 8 months ago
There was a thread on this a couple of days ago. Anyway the Flynt ones in Evans are very compact.Posted 8 months ago
I really like the Topeak one I bought recently.Posted 8 months ago
Hexus, the chain tool is worth the money alone.Posted 8 months ago
Hexus 2. Simply awesome. There is nothing you can’t fix with it out on the road or trail.
It helped at least two riders finish Ride London this year. Including reattaching cranks, cutting a chain and removing a silly tight new tyre with the levers.
The chain tool is my go to when I the garage. It’s that good.Posted 8 months ago
Topeak Hexus is still my favourite- they’re a wee bit short on build quality, they rust a bit too easily and I’ve broken one into bits undoing an axle but they work so well that I don’t care.Posted 8 months ago
Topeak Alien here, its coming up for 10 years old, maybe more. Used regularly and apart from a lost torx bit is still going strong. Mrs M has the head set tool store thing on her Levo and its very convent if you want a quick adjust of a lever or something.Posted 8 months ago
Birzman. Really nice pieces of kitPosted 8 months ago
Thanks all. Got the Hexus today. Seems pretty decent for the money!Posted 8 months ago
Was also going to recommend the HEXUS and at £9:80 in https://www.millets.co.uk/all/088348-topeak-hexus-x-multi-tool.htmlPosted 8 months ago
sure they’re almost giving them away !!!!!
Cheers feed, just ordered a spare 👍Posted 8 months ago
Bargain price for the hexus.Posted 8 months ago
They cancelled the order due to ‘no stock available at the time of collection’…….Posted 8 months ago
Or realised they messed up the price? 😀
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