I bought this Crank Bros Multi-10 tool after problems with other brands that broke, fell apart, or lacked a few tools. This one is made with quality manufacturing and it is durable. A no regret purchase.
Like a lot of active cyclists I have multiple bikes for multiple surfaces and I have a tool kit for each so I don't forget to swap it from bike to bike. This is a good multi-tool with everything you really need to carry, I already had one and needed another for the latest bike.
I like this Crank Bros Mluti-10 Tool because it's straightforward and easy to use.
This multi-tool has all of the fundamental bits to prep and maintain my bike for a ride. It appears to be well-made (parts are maintaining their integrity) and it's relatively lightweight with a good (non-bulky) shape for storing in a bag or one of my jersey pockets.
If I had one criticism, it would be that the hex tools could be shorter or have angled ends. Then I could more easily fit them in tighter places when trying to loosen/tighten some parts. Their length makes some adjustments a bit of a struggle.
I often pull this out in my shop, which is funny since i have all the full size tools i need there. There is something great about being able to switch from tool to tool so quickly, not to mention not having to find the right tool to begin with. I have even installed new chains removed old chains with this multi tool. And being able to take all that on the road...as Visa says, priceless. it takes a wicked beating as well. Only drawback is keeping tools not needed folded while operating the one you do need.
I bought this multi tool because I lost my last one. I decided to try Park tools because they're mentioned a lot when it comes to cycling tools. Also, I watch GCN on YouTube and they're always using Park tools which they vouch for.
This is a high end tool for a great price. Perfect compact size for my under seat bag. All the sizes you will need on the road. More leverage than I expected when opened up to the tool you need.
All the things you need, nothing you don't. Solidly built. Compact, if a bit heavy due to the 8mm hex bit. Hex bits are long enough to reach any recessed bolt.
fits in a seat pack and has every size for my bike. 90 degree and straight out give leverage and speed and can fit places the tri-wrenches won't.
Got this particular model over others for the 8mm hex key to remove/install pedals. Sturdy enough to get enough leverage for most basic bike repairs/adjustments. Light enough that I don't hesitate to throw it in my pocket or top tube bag for long rides. Would definitely buy again!
I carry this tool all the time in my seat pack with tubes and tire irons - unless I'm doing a long tough climb and am geeking out about weight. It isn't the lightest tool around ...but if you're obsessing about weight stop drinking so much beer...yeah right!
Although there are not that many occasions to use a bicycling multi-tool When you need one YOU NEED ONE! Light and well made it packs easily into a pocket or saddle bag.
I bought this for my son to use on his bike. I was impressed on the solid aluminum construction and versatility of it. Hopefully, he will have it for years to come.
this tool has all the sizes you really need. You would be surprised how many sizes you actually need and don't realize it until you need it on the side of the road. computer mount loose, ooops you need a 2.5. Spd cleat 3, everyone knows you need a 4,5,6 but it's the other sizes that are often missing on a multi tool. The tool is slightly heavier then other less equipped tools but is solid when you are cranking hard to break a bolt loose or tightening extra hard.