Crank Brothers Multi Tool Includes 19 Tools, Black/Pink
|Precio:||$594.98 y Envío GRATIS en pedidos mayores a $599. Detalles|
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The Ultimate Trailside Companion
When weight and space are at a premium, the best option and really the only option for riders who want true utility, is the M19. Equipped with spoke wrenches, chain tool, hex wrenches, screw drivers, torx, open wrenches and a lifetime warranty, Crank Brothers wants to have your back whenever and wherever you need it. Simply put, the M19 is durable, tough and built to withstand every trail and every mile.
High Tensile Steel with a Precise Fit
The foundation of the M19 is the materials that comprise the frame and tools themselves. The frame is lightweight and durable 6061-t6 precipitation hardened aluminum alloy, with side grips on the either side for a secure handhold even with gloves on. The tools themselves are high tensile steel, hardened for extreme durability and made to withstand even the most drastic climates. Top it all off with three different finish options and you have the pinnacle of multi-tools.
Stainless Steel Tool Flask Included
Crank Brothers not only wants to provide a durable and effective multi tool, they also want it to be convenient. That’s why the M-19 comes with a stylish tool flask, keeping water and moisture out so rust doesn’t damage the beautifully minimalistic appearance. The tool flask also helps eliminate rattling and damage to the other items in your saddle bag, rucksack, or whatever your preferred riding luggage is.
8/9/10/11/12 Speed Chain Tool
On a bike tour or bikepacking trip, you’re going to need a chain splitter, and that immediate rush of relief when you pull out your M19 and realize that Crank Brothers didn’t just throw this together is going to come over you like a cool breeze. The 17-4 ph stainless steel chain tool with 8/9/10/11/12 speed capabilities is always handy and works like a charm, whether you’re in your workshop or on the side of gloomy road.
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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 spots about 3 months after I bought it. I've kept it in a drier environment since the spots developed, which means the spots haven't grown bigger. But priced at $25, I was certainly expecting the tools to be made of something more moisture-resistant, that could withstand the humidity and rainstorms in the Northeast US during the summer.
The finish on the Crank Brothers tool is hands down better. I don’t know how important finish is on a tool that spends most of its life out of sight, but if you are handing it to a friend, maybe finish matters.
The case on the Crank Brothers tool is by far the better case. I don’t keep mine in a case while in a saddle bag so it’s not that big of a deal, but still, a stainless steel case is far more attractive than a nylon bag.
Both the Crank Brothers and Vibrelli tools feel solid and strong. They are both made from high tensile steel and when using them I don’t feel like I am compromising anything over using a standard shop tool. They really are good quality tools.
Weight for the Crank Brothers tool alone is 175g/6.17oz and in its clean looking case, 218g/7.69oz.
Weight for the Vibrelli tool alone is 183g/6.45oz and in its uninspiring nylon pouch, 201g/7.09oz.
I was contemplating between this M 19, a Topeak Alien 2, and one or two other multi-tools from companies like Bell, Schwinn ...etc. I finally narrowed down on the Alien 2 and this, and went for this, since I didn't think I'd need many of the tools in the Topeak Alien II. Also, the difference in price between the two is ~ 13$ and for a little more, you can buy a decent (not good, but decent) home tool box - which I do plan to do. It was a toss up between did I need to carry a much bigger multi-tool vs should I just buy another set of tools to have at home, and I think the latter was a better decision. I would have liked the silver, but ended up getting the gold, since it was a couple of dollars cheaper.
The tool comes with the following:
Hex Keys/wrenches (2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8)
Flat Screwdriver (1)
Torx t-25, t-10
Philips Screwdriver (2)
8mm, 10mm wrenches
4 sized spoke wrench (#1, #2, #3, #4)
Open Wrenches (8mm, 10mm)
* The frame is aluminium, and the tools are all high tensile steel. (Except the chain tool which is stainless steel)
* The tool also comes with a lifetime warranty, which is great.
* The flask inside which you can put the multi-tool, is also well made. (although I feel the lid is going to come loose after opening and closing a few times.)
* Weighs at 175g which is pretty light.
I was trying to install a hand pump under the water bottle cage, and had to remove a couple of screws - tried using the Allen keys from this, but didn't have room enough to turn it. Bummer! I had to finally use a Allen Key from a 20$ toolbox. Considering that set of Allen keys could be detached from the toolbox and is equally small and portable, I am not sure about the utility of multi-tools in general. Yet, I must award this product 5 stars, since I am sure that's an issue every multi-tool out there suffers from. Plus, you wouldn't have a chain tool on any generic tool box.
How often will I need to use this ? I don't know. But I am sure happy to have it with me should I ever need it.
This is a much better unit. Better tools, easier access to them, and the flatter profile makes it easier to stuff into my wedge pack along with a spare tube, a Lenzyme CO2 head (the best), and a couple of CO2 cartridges and tire levers.