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M-Wave Bike Multi-Tool Kit

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M-Wave Bike Multi-Tool Kit
Don't let a bike mishap keep you off the path! The M-Wave Bike Multi-Tool Kit is designed as a lightweight alloy bar with multi-tool on the end that makes it easy to carry and use on the go.
  • Bike toolkit
  • Bar end with multi-tool
  • Tool set inside with 13 functions
  • 4/5/6/8mm Allen keys
  • T 25 TORX
  • 14g/.3136" Spokes wrench
  • Phillips/flat head screwdriver
  • 8/9/10mm Round wrench
  • Made of: alloy
  • Made in Germany
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90-Day Warranty

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Somewhat Strange Collection of Tools

By AK08820

from Edison, NJ

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    • Ineffective

    Best Uses

    • Keep In the Garage

    Comments about M-Wave Bike Multi-Tool Kit:

    The tools inlcuded in the set don't have the most essential tools for contemporary bikes, which is a set of Allen Wrenches. You will not be able to work on the brakes, stem, handlebar clamp, etc without Allen wrenches. I have never needed a Torx wrench on any of the dozen or so bikes I have owned so far. The wrenches for normal nut bolts are also practically useless as these are replaced by Allen bolts. The chain tool may be useful once in a few years. There are no tire levers to fix a flat. Wonder who desined this almost useless collection. The container in the form of a bar end is a bit novel idea but that is about the only good thing I see. M-Wave has no web site and despite being made in Germany, I don't see a high quality on their products.

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