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BIKEHAND Complete Bike Bicycle Repair Tools Tool Kit
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8 and 10mm Open End Wrench
12 and 14mm Open End Wrench
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Bike Hand Chain Cleaner with Clip
Chain Cleaner Brush
Cassette / cog Cleaner
Chainring Nut Wrench
Professional Screw Type Chain Tool with extra chain pin
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Professional Pedal Wrench 14 15 16 17mm
13mm Professional Shop Cone Wrench
14mm Professional Shop Cone Wrench
15mm Professional Shop Cone Wrench
16mm Professional Shop Cone Wrench
17mm Professional Shop Cone Wrench
18mm Professional Shop Cone Wrench
19mm Professional Shop Cone Wrench
30 / 32mm head set wrench
36 /40mm head set wrench
T25 Torx head wrench
Shop Screwdriver #2 Phillips
Shop Screwdriver Straight Blade 6mm tips
Chain Whip and Freewheel/Lockring Wrench
Red Professional Spoke Wrench
Black Professional Spoke Wrench
Green Professional Spoke Wrench
Made in Taiwan
Warranty: One Year
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Top Customer Reviews
Wow! I wasn't expecting this...
This tool kit is great and has most of the bicycle repair/maintenance tools you'll ever need. It doesn't have some of the specialty tools I like to have, like a crown race tool or headset press tool; but all the essentials are there to do a pretty complete rebuild, if you like.
I would consider myself very proficient when it comes to bicycle repair and maintenance. I've been "wrenching" on my own bikes since I was 12 years old, out of necessity; and now due to it being one of my hobbies.
I received this kit last Friday. I used it off and on for the past 3 days, swapping components from one of my mountain bikes to the other. I had to swap the crankset/BB, forks, peddles, stem/handlebars, brakes/gearing, chain, wheelset, etc... I haven't used the chain cleaner, but I'm looking forward to it (looks like a solid unit). I only used this bike tool kit to complete the entire swap.
My take on the kit:
The tool box and trays are built extremely well. The outer shell of the tool box seems to be a flat black plastic polymer that is smooth to the touch. It feels really solid, especially where it matters most... the clasps that hold the lid down, and the handle. The top tray is the same plastic material, and has some adjust-ability to it (think "tackle box"). The center tray is simply a steel tray. It being in the center is going to help in rigidity of the entire box, as well as hold some of your heavier tools that the kit comes with. The bottom of the box is integrated with foam inserts to hold some of the specialty tools the kit comes with (nice addition). All tools came either individually wrapped in plastic, or wrapped in groups. I didn't see any loose tools at all.
To my surprise, the tools are built solidly. The grips on the wrenches are very comfortable and feel like they will last a long time. The really help when you need to add a little extra torque to stubborn parts on your bike. The hex wrenches are long, have beveled ends, and are tough! I applied a lot torque to the ones I used. The tools didn't bend and nothing stripped. I even used the crank puller (on a square taper and regular style cranks) and chain tool to hold my crank in place as I wrenched on the other end.
The oil that comes with the kit is all purpose oil, not bearing grease. The little phillips head screwdriver is a cheaply made tool that's meant for simple, "non-torquey" jobs.
The pictures do the tools no justice. One really needs to feel a tool in their hands, and use it, to know if it's decent quality or not.
If you're like me, and only wrench on your own bikes, this kit will be all you will ever need.
Amazing tool set at an amazing price!!
While not as prestigious as a Park tool set, these tools are solidly made and can easily be used full time by professionals and the serious hobbyist mechanic. Most of the major specialized tools are present. The toolbox is partitioned and has foam inserts for a good portion of the included tools. There is plenty of extra room to add the more generalized tools such as screwdrivers and pliers along with some common parts to create an all-in-one kit for comprehensive repairs on the road or in the shop. I wouldn't be embarrassed to say that I started with a. Bike hand tool set. Very good quality but I have to give a 4 stars because when I (tried) to remove my single speed chain the pin that pushes the chain pin absolutely snapped and now the threads are stuck inside but it comes with an extra one but it's no good due to threads stuck I do wish that bikehand improves on the pin on the chain breaker. Everything else is perfectly fine thanks
When I opened the tool box I noticed that the handle was screwed through the lid. Most plastic tool boxes just have a handle snapped into place with plastic tabs and such. Then as I was sorting the new tools out, I noticed that there was no hole in the handle under the top tray. Every tool box I own has a hole under the tray handle which allows small tools to fall through. Then the second tray was made out of steel, not plastic. Down at the bottom the bigger tools were inserted into dense die cut foam. ... and that's just the top quality of the tool box. Bikehand obviously pays attention to all the details!
Every tool was nicely finished. Not a single cheap item or shortcut. The Allen Keys in the picture look just like a hundred other cheap Allen Key sets but look again, they are huge as in extra long with ball ends. I may eventually buy a set of "Y" or "T" Allen Keys but these extra long will always be useful. The included Chain Breaker Tool is Bikehands patented premium Chain Breaker. Wish they would have included instructions for it as it has an adjustable anvil and a stop for the pin extractor. Should be easy enough to figure out though. The crank puller is also premium as it has an insert at the end for the tool to rotate and push against.
The include grease was labeled "High Temperature Lithium" which had settled out. I think they should have left out the grease and included some other item. We all have our favorite brand name grease as I will continue to use my tube of Phil Wood grease.
The big high torque test was to try the pedal wrench on some belligerent rusted pedals on an old bike from my junkyard. The wrench did not even flex and the offset angle was pure joy. Sure beats using a combo or Crescent wrench!
I sill need to check on the operation of the Brake Cable and Casing Cutters. This will be an often used tool and it is put under high stress when cutting cable housing.
I repacked one set of wheel bearings already and the individual Cone Wrenches were sweet, better than standard mechanic wrenches and less confusing than the "2 size on one cone wrench" type.
The chain cleaning tool is very well built and I did a separate review on it.
I'm still learning what some of the specialized tools are for with the newer hubs and bottom brackets but was able to fix a friends creaky suspension bike with one of the spline tools. Am waiting on The Park and Zinn books to learn the new technology.
This does not contain a freewheel remover for my vintage 1970, 1980 bikes and does not contain a freewheel or freehub tool to remove whatever off brand it is on my new Schwinn Mountain Bike. But I purchased this kit as a starting point and I am well pleased. Cycling Deal and Bikehand seem to have everything else I might need at reasonable prices.
If you go to the Bikehand website, you will see that they are a bicycle Tool company in Taiwan dedicated to making Bike tools. They have lots of patents on tools. I would like to see all of their tools become more readily available in the US and give the overpriced Park tools some competition.
Update Nov 9, 2012:
I have been using the set quite a bit on the neighborhood bicycles. I love the kit but purchased a set of Metric and SAE combo wrenches ... just in case. Also purchased a Parks Y type Allen wrench tool which handles 85% of all Allen key needs. Added a set of Crescent Adjustable wrenches ... just in case and an SAE and Metric 1/4" socket set. Had to buy Park Tools Spanners, SPA-1, -2 and the yellow one Along with the Bike Hand Lock ring removal tool to work on vintage bottom brackets.
Also added a syringe of Locktite Silver anti seize compound which I use on every screw I remove or install.
All the Bike Hand Tools are holding up fine, especially the Pedal Removal wrench. The Cable Cutting Tool works fine.
Update December 2013
I worked on a bunch of bicycles this past Summer and had every tool I needed.
I purchased two hypodermic type meat basting syringes from the mart by the wall and filled one with Permatex Silver Antisieze compound and the other with Waterproof Marine Wheel bearing grease from the same mart. I had to cut the sharp end and extra hole off the needle with a dremel tool. The specialized name brand grease gets expensive when you start rebuilding lots of vintage bottom brackets.