- Crank Brothers 19 Function Multi Tool (Gold)
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Crank Brothers 19 Function Multi Tool (Gold)
Lightweight and functional, the Crank Brothers 19 Function Multi Tool (Gold) will help get you though a wide variety of trail-side repairs.
Top Features of the Crank Brothers 19 Function Multi Tool (Gold)
- Selection of 19 tools
- 6051 high tensile steel/6061-T6 aluminium construction
- Lifetime Warranty
- Stainless steel carrying case included
crankbrothers have a reputation for making the highest quality multi tools and this 19 function multi tool is no exception. It features a durable but lightweight steel and aluminium construction and comes with a stainless steel carrying case. With a selection of 19 tools, you can take on a wide variety of trail-side repairs.
Allen Keys / Hex Wrenches: #2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8
Screwdrivers: phillips #1, phillips #2, flat #2
Torx: T25, T10
Open wrench: 8mm, 10mm
Spoke wrench: #0, 1, 2, 3
Chain tool: 8/9/10 speed compatible
175g (without case)
About Multi Tools
Multitools are one of those items that should be packed away in your saddle bag or backpack when out for a ride, they can often save you from a long walk home or an emergency phone call. For such a tiny item it is often amazing how much they can actually do, rejoining a broken chain, adjusting a rubbing brake or a slipped cable for example. You can pretty much service a complete bike with some of the ones we have listed.
About the Crank Brothers brand
Carl and Frank (hence Crank Brothers) have always been keen MTBers. Ever since they were engineers working for a diving equipment company in Southern California in the late 1980s, they have been exploring ideas of how they could design cycling products that would improve their riding experience. In 1994 they launched their first product: the highly innovative “Speed Lever”. This telescopic tyre lever made installing/removing tyres from rims much easier. The M series mini tools and the Power Pump range of mini hand pumps followed 4 years later; the latter including the proprietary “high volume/high pressure” switch that is still appreciated today. The brand’s breakthrough, however, came when Crank Brothers launched the Eggbeater pedal in 2001: an extremely lightweight, minimalist pedal with superb mud-shedding capability and 4-sided entry. It is this same pedal platform that paved the way for subsequent pedal models to cover all MTB disciplines – Candy, Mallet and 5050. Today many of the top athletes in the World ride crankbrothers pedals. You will find they are well represented at top level cross-country MTB, Cyclo-cross and World Cup DH events. Innovative design of aesthetically disruptive products remains the core mission. All crankbrothers products are technical, durable and beautiful.
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The lid of the flask looks not so robust so a sealable plastic bag is recommended to keep the tool nice & dry in your bag or seat pouch.
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