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Portland Design Works 3wrencho Tire Lever/Wrench
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- Tire Levers: yes
- Box End Wrench: 15mm
- Claimed Weight: 95 g
- Recommended Use: changing a tube or removing a wheel
- Manufacturer Warranty: lifetime
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3Wrencho by Portland Design Works
Hybrid Tire Level and 15mm Wrench
Made of heat-treated steel for extra toughness, the 3wrencho is part tire lever, part 15mm wrench. Its strong nylon coating won't scratch rims, so you can pry as hard as you need to remove stubborn tires. Step on the 3wrencho for extra leverage to loosening axle nuts.
May also be used to spread peanut butter, stir a drink or open a letter.
- Length: 114mm (4.5")
- Weight: 95g (3.5 oz)\
- Lifetime PDWarranty
All the ways to use your 3Wrencho
The 3Wrencho's strong nylon coating won't scratch your rims, so you can pry as hard as you need to remove stubborn tires.
The 3Wrencho can be stepped on for extra leverage to loosen tight axle nuts.
The 3Wrencho can also be used to spread peanut butter, stir a drink or open a letter.
|Item Dimensions||2 x 4 x 9 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.1 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.21 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.65 pounds|
No, we're not talking about Yoshi Konno (RIP), but the Portland Design Works 3wrencho Tire Lever/Wrench is a solemn tribute to his master craftsmanship. The 3wrencho combines a 15mm box wrench with one of the best tire levers on the market. Impeccable design, tasteful representation, and a true work horse of function -- we think Yoshi would approve.Portland Design Works' 3wrencho is made from a durable, heat-treated steel. However, while this guarantees longevity, strength alone can't remove pesky tires and axle nuts. So, PDW mated the solid construction with a 4. 5in length handle to provide enough stiffness and leverage to remove any stubbornly torqued 15mm axle nut. And when you're not cranking the 15mm box wrench, the slope of the design makes for a comfortable handle when using the opposite end as a tire lever. That's right -- a wrench and a lever. This is where we'll note that you've been given two options of the 3wrencho to consider. The Black version has been given a glass-filled nylon coating that will protect your pretty rims; while the Silver is completely raw and a little less friendly with carbon fiber. So, if you love your rims more than yourself, we recommend using the coated 3wrencho.As you would assume, the 3wrencho does have three uses. However, the third usage is entirely up to you. Use the 3wrencho for any task that can benefit from a strong, 4. 5in stick. Crack a beer, spread on your peanut butter (a la Campy), or use it as a pointer in your next boardroom presentation -- it's up to you.The Portland Design Works 3wrencho - Tire Lever/Wrench is available in both colors Black (coated) and Silver (raw).
Color: Black (Coated) | Size: 15mm
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Top customer reviews
I found myself at 12:45 AM on a street corner STANDING on this wrench. I literally had to jump and land down on this tool to get the nut to let loose. This thing performed exceptionally well. It showed no sign of stress or damage from my abuse. It also works really well to get that tire off the rim fast. It is compact and easy to store. Hopefully your journeys will be without incident so you won't need this tool very much. But when the time comes you will be very glad you have it with you.
The coating is more than a powder finish. It's actually a solid plastic laminate and looks to be 1mm thick, thanks to a small hole near the tire lever end that lets you see down to the metal (the hole won't affect performance or quality in the least).
The 15mm wrench fits my Pure Fix axle nuts perfectly. I haven't had to use it, yet despite its size, this tool is clearly capable of removing the tightest nut. It's hard to tell by looking at the images, but the handle is angled so that it creates distance from your spokes. With the socket end lying flat on a table, the tire lever end is raised .75" above the table surface. That's why it's knuckle friendly, though you could just as easily get a foot on it. The 3Wrencho feels tough as nails.
The tire level looks perfectly usable, but I still plan to carry along a second (plastic) tire lever just in case two are needed.
The plastic coating is essential if you care about the way your bike looks.
I like having to carry fewer tools. If you were only concerned about the wheel bolt, such as for car transport, this would even make a really neato keychain when combined with a carabiner.
A little pricey, but excellent quality, and it doesn't make noise when you put it in your bag with other metal tools or scratch your bike/rims. Very solid, good torque on wheel nuts.
I've been fairly hesitant to use the tire lever half of this tool, as metal tire levers can wreak havoc on some rims. The 15mm wrench portion is exceptionally useful if you're on a bike without quick-release skewers, as most fixed gears and single speed bikes are. It will definitely fit in a pocket or saddle bag, and even on a carabiner without monopolizing too much space. I like the design and size better than Surly's Jethro Tule, which I also owned and lost. (This might be a theme for me.)
My only wish is for a 10 and 15 mm wrench on the same tool for single speed chain tensioners and such. That would be awesome.
I also have a fixie that I gravitate towards for my weekend rides.
The one thing that my crank-bros multi-tool was missing was a way of getting the wheel off when I need to fix a flat.
Prior to ordering this I had a flat and fixing it while the wheel was still attached turned out to be rather tough.
This little tool fits in my emergency pack.
I have used it on the road twice. Despite being fairly short, it is very tough and I was able to undo the wheel, get the tire off with a combination of the lever end and a pair of Pedro's levers, fix the flat, CO2 my tire back to ridable, bolt it all back up and get on my way in less than ten minutes.
It is a great little tool, very nicely designed and perfect for what I needed.
In short, this tool is much smaller, softer to the hand and has the only tools you really need on the road.