Topeak The Mini 9-Function Bicycle Tool
Topeak The Mini 9-Function Bicycle Tool
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Topeak Miniwerkzeug Mini 9 Faltwerkzeug
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Elegant One Piece Super Light Folding Tool
Weight: 92 g / 0.20 lb
Material: Hardened Steel (Tools),Extruded Aluminum (Body)
Includes ?Neoprene Bag
Mini folding, multi-tools keep bolts tight while still being small enough to fit into a jersey pocket.
- 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8mm Hex keys
- Torx T-25
- Phillips screwdriver
- Includes neoprene carrying pouch with belt loop
- Dimensions: 2.6 x 1.2 x 0.8"
- Weight: 92g
- Material Construction: Extruded Aluminum frame with hardened steel tools
- Smooth tool edges won't snag jersey pockets
- Tool Material: Hardened Steel
- 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8mm Allen Wrenches
- T25 Torx
- Phillips Screwdriver
|Product Length:||8.0 inches|
|Product Width:||5.0 inches|
|Product Height:||2.0 inches|
|Product Weight:||0.5 pounds|
|Package Length:||7.3 inches|
|Package Width:||3.2 inches|
|Package Height:||0.9 inches|
|Package Weight:||0.2 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 72 reviews|
|Average Customer Review: ( 72 customer reviews )
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13 of 13 found the following review helpful:
Some skilled design here Jun 23, 2011
By Terry Hutt
I bought this to replace a slightly larger, though less functional Parks multitool that was starting to fall apart. Compared to the Parks tool, this is smaller, lighter, more functional (it has a screwdriver), and easier to use. I always had a really hard time opening the Parks tool and I normally had to use a coin to lever the first tool out. I don't have that problem with the Topeak - its design makes it easier to get open.
I like the selection of tools too - although I'm pretty sure I have no use for that star shapped tool - what the heck is that for? I would have prefered a flat-blade screwdriver instead of the star tool. If anyone knows where I'm likely to find a use for the star tool on a road bike please let me know.
It comes in a small case which is awesome (even has a belt loop). Whenever I pulled the Parks tool out of my saddlebag it would grab everything it could on the way out and I would end up spilling the contents of the saddlebag all over the road. The Topeak case solves that problem nicely.
This is a very basic tool. You will still need a chain tool and a spoke wrench at a minimum unless you really like long walks home.
Interestingly I'm starting to see the Topeak symbol all over my bike lately. I think I'm starting to like that company. They made my toolset, pump, and saddlebag. LOL - hadn't noticed before.
14 of 15 found the following review helpful:
Solid, minimalist tool Dec 19, 2008
The tool's solidly built, and it performs all its functions well. It has enough tools to loosen almost any bike bolt or screw, without being needlessly encumbered. I'm pleased with my purchase.
7 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Great tool in a compact form May 09, 2011
What more can you want from something like this? It's not too heavy, it's small as hell and therefore a cinch to carry. No complaints from me...I've used it from keeping my cleats nice and tight to various screws and bolts on the bike.
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
I've Bought 5 of These, and They're All Still Running Strong Jun 22, 2011
By T. Ralph
This tool is a must-have biking companion. With it you'll be able to adjust your seat, handlebars, and gears, at least. It's small, has just what you need, and fits snugly in its own carrying case. It takes up less room than most tire levers in your bag/pocket. It's robust and can take a drop (or 20) onto the asphalt.
A friend recommended I pick up this awesome little tool when I bought my first bike. It lived in my bike bag and was the first bike tool I ever owned (I now am a bike mechanic, so I have lots of tools). When my roommate bought her first bike, I loaned mine to her so she could adjust her seat. She wouldn't give it back. So I bought another one and it too was "gifted" to another riding companion. When I went to the store to buy my third one, another friend came with me and bought one for himself (I refused to give him mine, though he did try). I recently bought my mother a bike and guess what was the first thing in her saddlebag? You guessed it, the Topeak Mini 9. This last one I purchased for myself, to go in the saddle bag of my 2nd bike, mainly because I got tired of forgetting to switch the bag over.
7 of 8 found the following review helpful:
Small, cheap, and does the job May 30, 2010
By UofM Tiger
I recently got out my mountain bike after several years and noticed that the seat was pointing in an upward angle and could not find my old tool for adjusting it. I wanted something small and cheap that could make the necessary adjustments. I am not saying it is great for large jobs because I would guess the small size may make it hard to get leverage. However, for small adjustments, it does the job. It worked for me.
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