Crankbrothers M19 Multi-Tool + Case
- Includes 19 tools
- Comes with a tool flask
- Includes two Phillips and two flathead screwdrivers
- Has a universal chain tool
- Four spoke wrench sizes
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With more options, the M19 works for all types of riders. An increased number of tools means you'll never be wondering if it can handle your bike.
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Do yourself a favor and go pick this up from REI or a local bike shop so you know you’re getting the real thing.
The good: The set is a bit weighty, but has every size of Allen key you could want. I haven't even used some of its functions yet. It's compact, fits in a neat little flat storage tube that fits nicely into even the smallest saddle bags.
The bad: It appears that the material these tools are made of is not stainless steel. They started developing rust spots about 3 months after I bought it. I've kept it in a drier environment since the spots developed, which means the spots haven't grown bigger. But priced at $25, I was certainly expecting the tools to be made of something more moisture-resistant, that could withstand the humidity and rainstorms in the Northeast US during the summer.
Cons: On the heavy side. About the weight of a leatherman or other type multi tool so if your a weight freak you might want to go smaller. I honestly don’t feel it in my bike pack though. Would be a bitch in a cargo pocket etc though. Kind of clunky and does get in the way of itself for certain adjustments like shifter bolts, bottle cage bolts, etc where you may need some length. Doesn’t have a (not sure what the metric size is) larger star bit tip (like the two that hold disk break housings together). Not a deal breaker but I would rather that than a few of the useless ones like a big old flat head.
Pros: Lots of tip options and can’t beat a good chain break tool. Nice flask cover.
Suggestions: would be nice if it had a tire lever.
This is a much better unit. Better tools, easier access to them, and the flatter profile makes it easier to stuff into my wedge pack along with a spare tube, a Lenzyme CO2 head (the best), and a couple of CO2 cartridges and tire levers.
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I think you would be better off with a cheap bike spanner. I know it isnt as cool or exciting, but it is actually useful, and only a few pounds. I personally carry a tiny socket spanner which also takes allen key bits.
The case it comes with does befuddle me a bit. It's a very, very tight fit which I don't understand why it should be. I'm in two minds whether to use the case.
Used it so many times for myself and people I've met on the trail, don't know how I did without it.
The item is not light-weight but does have a nice solid feeling when using it.
I haven't used any other bike multi-tools however, with most tools it is always buying something decent - especially if you are going to be using it on an expensive bike!
Die sonstigen Werkzeuge (z.B.Sechskant, Schraubendreher, Schlitzschraubendreher) verschiedener Größe sind auch nicht optimal verwendbar, da das Teil zu breit ist und man dadurch ständig beim Schrauben anstößt am Fahrrad. Das einzig Positive an diesem Werkzeug ist, dass es nach 3 Jahren noch fast wie neu aussieht.
Down side is it's quite chunky and the Allan keys are short so accessibility to some bolts can be a pain. It's also made from a low carbon steel so rusts easily