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Zodiac 1,785 796 September 19, 2016 at 04:15 PM in Tools (3) More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by kh0rneflakes September 19, 2016 at 05:35 PM
Amazon has the Topeak Alien II Multi Tool for $23.70 with FS w/ Prime (lightning deal).

Currently at 10% claimed.

https://www.amazon.com/Topeak-Ali...peak+alien


The Topeak Alien II multi-tool is pretty incredible. It's an entire tool box that fits comfortably into your hydration pack or jersey pocket. There are 26 tools in all, and short of a cracked frame or complete fork overhaul, you should be able to fix just about anything with the Alien II. The Topeak Alien II combines pressed stainless steel with engineering-grade plastic for lightweight durability. It also splits apart for ease of use. The Alien II comes with a chain tool and a chain hook to assist with chain repairs. It also comes with a 15mm pedal wrench and two tire levers. As for Allen bits, this Alien has them covered from 2 to 10mm, with a T25 Torx also included. 8, 9, and 10mm box-end wrenches, along with 14, and 15-gauge spoke wrenches, and #2 Phillips/flat-head screwdrivers, round out the Alien II's features.
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#2
Bicycle repair tool. Lowest price ever per CCC.

Rating of 4.6 on 1113 reviews.

Thanks Zodiac.
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#3
Good price but this looks to be a bit bulky w/ a number of unnecessary tools to take on the ride. Money would be better spent on something smaller and lighter w/ only what you need.
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Quote from amademan78 View Post :
Good price but this looks to be a bit bulky w/ a number of unnecessary tools to take on the ride. Money would be better spent on something smaller and lighter w/ only what you need.
Agreed. Nice tool but not for a long ride
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Agreed it is probably overkill for what you would actually need on a ride but I am one of those people who always likes to be prepared for any situation. I'm no professional biker and I understand the impact of added rotational weight, but does adding 0.60 lb tool to your bike frame cause any adverse impact? Thanks!
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What's a better tool that is lighter?
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What's a better tool that is lighter?
Leatherman (love my leatherman skeletool)
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Quote from ursus View Post :
Agreed. Nice tool but not for a long ride
Very true I have had this tool for over a year and I don't recommend it if you have a road bike . It may be good for a dad or someone who rides with friends on a short 5-20 mile ride. I would still give it 3.5-4.5 starts but just know it's bulky and takes up a lot of space for a long ride.
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Quote from ABCoupons View Post :
Agreed it is probably overkill for what you would actually need on a ride but I am one of those people who always likes to be prepared for any situation. I'm no professional biker and I understand the impact of added rotational weight, but does adding 0.60 lb tool to your bike frame cause any adverse impact? Thanks!
Not all about weight, although less is better. If you have a small saddle bag, that means space is limited so no sense taking up room with tools that aren't needed.
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Last edited by amademan78 September 19, 2016 at 06:48 PM.
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Leatherman (love my leatherman skeletool)
This would be a very poor bicycle tool. It has almost nothing you would need for repairing a bike - no allen wrenches, chain tool, etc.
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So this is only for biker?
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This would be a very poor bicycle tool. It has almost nothing you would need for repairing a bike - no allen wrenches, chain tool, etc.
never said it was for a bike
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Quote from tacos4cheap View Post :
never said it was for a bike
Cool story, except that topeak is a bicycle accessory company
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#14
I have this tool and it is bulky and a little heavy, but it can be split in half and keep the side with the tools that you need most which would cut the weight and bulk in half. I do like the tool because it has most everything I need and it's helped me out a few times.
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This would be a very poor bicycle tool. It has almost nothing you would need for repairing a bike - no allen wrenches, chain tool, etc.
It has Allen wrenches and a chain tool dodo bird.

I purposely took your quote out of context to be a Jerk. JK my bad on missing the quote.
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