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|Functions||Hex wrench use for all bicycle|
|Packing List||1 x Hex wrench|
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100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1 out of 1)
Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)
Pros: I have a portable bike toolkit which lacks hex wrenches for the smaller sizes (spin doctor essentials kit), so this was a perfect complement to the kit. It was small enough to fit in the existing toolkit. It handles 6 to 15mm hex, which should cover nearly all of your bike hex wrench needs. Dogbone wrenches are really handy since a single tool will handle multiple sizes. This can be a timesaver if you're dealing with multiple hex sizes at one time.
Cons: The small size is also a con. You won't be able to apply much torque. For the smaller sizes this is not a problem. But for 14mm and 15mm sizes (e.g. wheel nuts, seat nuts), some of these need lots of torque to be properly tightened. For me this isn't really a con since my kit has a long 14/15mm wrench for higher torque needs. It is made of zinc, not steel, so it won't be as durable as a steel wrench. To be fair, it is clearly listed as zinc, so I can't complaint too much.
Other: This is a cheap and useful tool, well worth the few bucks it cost.
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