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Get tooled up. Centre-pivot, forged, and CNC-cut chrome vanadium steel bits.
- Chromoly steel chain breaker and forged aluminium side plates.
- 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8mm Allen keys.
- Philips-head T25 Torx bits.
- 3 spoke wrenches: 1x Mavic splined, 2x square sizes.
- Height: 21mm.
- Width: 50mm.
- Length: 66mm.
- Weight: 115g (Manufacturer claimed).
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Useful and light
I spent a lot of time researching a good tool for my rides. There were a few things that were imperative. There must be a chain tool that will work with 10 speed chains... there must be spoke wrenches... and it cannot be too heavy. It's tough to get all of these things together, but I think I got it with this tool. Coming in at a little over 100 grams this tool is on the lower end of of the weight scale with the selection of tools. The CRV 12 has spoke wrenches, so the second of my criteria was sarisfied. Lastly there was the chain tool and the CRV 12 has a good working tool. I read a lot of reviews of multi-tools and the main criticism was the chain tool was hard to use. That is not the case with the Lezyne. Sure, the chain tool does not work as good as a dedicated chain tool, but this is not a tool to be used in your workshop, it's an emergency tool and it does the job well. All of the other tools are hardened steel that work well and are comfortable to use. Overall this is exactly what I wanted in a tool. I will get the job done in a lightweight package. I only gave it a 4 because multi-tools can't be perfect... unless you want to carry something that weighs as much as an anchor.