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- CNC machined, anodized finish with laser etched logo
- Fits between spokes for quick and easy core removal
- Features knurled end for a no-slip grip
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|Item Dimensions||0.3 x 2.8 x 4.8 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.05 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.04 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.1 pounds|
This handy tool removes Presta and Schrader valve cores. CNC-machined, anodized finish with laser etched logo. Fits between spokes for quick and easy core removal. Features knurled end for a no-slip grip.
- Compact, CNC-machined tool easily removes both Presta and Schrader valve cores
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I use a Lezyne bicycle floor pump and frame pump, and both work by screwing the pump hose chuck onto the threaded presta valve. Unfortunately, if the valve core isn't tight enough it may loosen when unscrewing the pump chuck. This tool easily tightens the valve cores so they don't unscrew along with the pump chuck.
Just an extra half-turn of the valve core before initial installation of the tube is all it takes. I also snugged-up all my spares so they're ready to go if needed.
This tool fixed the issue for me.
My father - an engineer - used to tell me that if you have crappy tools you will make a crappy job. This one is a simple tool for a single purpose and it works good for it. You should have one. It is tiny and light, so even if you are a weight-watcher cyclist, this should fit into your to-go pack.
Cheers..End of story.
On a recent Mtn. Bike trip, I encountered several trail obstacles that seem to all have found a true love for my tires,
not so good for the tires,fortunately my buddy had the tools needed to repair and keep the ride going.
Lesson learned, keep essentials with you when out on the trail.
Upon my return, I made it a point to keep some basic tools with me on the bike at all time,
this was one of the "must have" tools, along with a few other items (multi-tool, patch kit, Co2 inflater, small first aide kit etc..).
Cheap enough, helps to keep you riding and hopefully remains lightly used.