Tag archive for Tools

GB Leather | Multi-Tool

GB Leather | Multi-Tool

About a month ago, Bartosz from GB-Leather sent me one of his chainwhip Multi-Tools to check out. I’m a big fan of these types of tools because the obvious importance of its function. Sadly, this tool seems neglected and uncommonly found in ones tool pouch/bag….

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Blackburn | TOOLMANATOR 16 Multi-Tool

Blackburn | TOOLMANATOR 16 Multi-Tool

Blackburn recently sent me their TOOLMANATOR 16 Multi-Tool to check out. I love multi-tools, especially the ones that conveniently fit in my overcrowded tool bag. The TOOLMANATOR 16 is one of the smallest and lightest multi-tools I’ve ever used. It’s truly amazing to see 16…

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This Multi-Tool Rocks!

This Multi-Tool Rocks!

Looking for a kick-ass multi-tool? The Full Windsor Nutter Multi-Tool has become a vital essential for me to take along on my daily rides. It’s a relief that I can finally lighten up my tool pouch by ridding myself of those heavyweight Park multi-tools. The…

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The Nutter | The Next Generation of Bicycle Multi-Tool

Full Windsor has officially released The Nutter. I just got one of these in the mail, and I’m excited to replace my existing tool kit with this bad boy. Peep the promotional video to see what it’s all about! Swoop The Nutter @ Full Windsor.

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Full Windsor | The Nutter Cycle Multi-Tool (Pre-Order)

Full Windsor | The Nutter Cycle Multi-Tool (Pre-Order)

Full Windsor is doing pre-orders for The Nutter Cycle Multi-Tool which is dropping by the end of September. “Featuring all the essentials for fixing your most common bike headaches. The Nutter combines all the tools you need when out riding into one simple unit. Its…

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Ruckus Composites | Carbon Access Tool (C.A.T.) Now Available!

Ruckus Composites | Carbon Access Tool (C.A.T.) Now Available!

A few weeks ago I made a post about this nifty little tool, and today it’s now available via Ruckus Composites. Check out the promo video and see the C.A.T. in action! “The Ruckus Carbon Access Tool (C.A.T.) is a multi-tool like no other. It…

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Ruckus Composites | Carbon Access Tool

Ruckus Composites | Carbon Access Tool

There is nothing worse than hearing the sound of keys… especially when I see someone on a bike with their keys jingling off their carabiner. Well, Ruckus Composites offers a remedy to this noise pollution… “No more jingles, introducing the C.A.T. (Carbon Access Tool) from…

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PDW | 3wrencho

Portland Design Works are releasing a series of offbeat product videos this summer. Their first video features the 3wrencho… and it’s one helluva awesome tool!

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Full Windsor: The Nutter | Kickstarter

Full Windsor: The Nutter | Kickstarter

Full Windsor releases The Nutter multi-tool on Kickstarter. The Nutter is a new cycle specific multi tool designed for bike nuts everywhere. It features all the essentials for fixing your most common bike headaches whilst out riding. The Nutter steps outside the box and away…

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Éclat E-Tool

Éclat E-Tool

The E-Tool by Éclat is the smoothest looking tool of them all. BMX or FGFS… a must have!

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The Shadow Conspiracy Multi-Tool

The Shadow Conspiracy Multi-Tool

Following in the footsteps of the Animal Kotulak Multi-Tool… The Shadows Conspiracy introduces there own Multi-Tool. BMX or FGFS… a must have tool. Dropping soon via TSC and Dans Comp.

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A Fine Tool…

A Fine Tool…

Ever since Andy Ellis hooked me up this FGLDN LockWhip Tool V1… it’s has been a staple item in my tool bag. The FGLDN LockWhip Tool V2 is now available on their webstore and I highly recommend this tool big time!

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LDG | ADAMANTIUM Multi-Tool (Video)

“Our new LDG ADAMANTIUM Multi-Tool features 17-4 Stainless Steel that is rigorously heat treated for unparalleled strength. Featuring a 14mm, 15mm and LDG specific tri-lock ring teeth pattern, this tool allows proper torquing of LDG lock rings without having to worry about stripping the cutouts….

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