CRANKBROTHERs M19 Bicycle Multi-Tool – Steel Bike Tool, Torx, Hex and Chain Tool Compatible (4 Pack)

May 16, 2019 - Comment
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Product Features

  • Includes 19 Tools
  • Comes with a Tool Flask
  • Includes Two Phillips and Two Flathead Screwdrivers
  • Has a Universal Chain Tool
  • Four Spoke Wrench Sizes

Comments

Anonymous says:

4 years in, still a great multi-tool. I’ve had my M-19 going on 4 years now and gets use 4ish times a year, occasionally more depending on terrain and equipment. Its primary use is for recreational trail rides so I wasn’t too concerned about size or weight, just function. Admittedly I haven’t needed even a majority of the tools but in cases of emergency, I’d rather have it and not need it than need it and not have it. Not only for me, but for any along the trail who might need the help. The tool itself is well constructed and has a…

Anonymous 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…

Anonymous says:

Quality You Can Feel. Shortly after buying this tool I was given the Vibrelli 19 tool. Because of that I thought a comparison for those looking at those two tools might be helpful.The finish on the Crank Brothers tool is hands down better. I don’t know how important finish is on a tool that spends most of its life out of sight, but if you are handing it to a friend, maybe finish matters.The case on the Crank Brothers tool is by far the better case. I don’t keep mine in a case while in a saddle bag so…

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