Topeak 60102538 Hexus II Multi-tool
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- Used by both professional and amateur riders alike
- Made using high quality materials and components
- Tested to ensure quality and durability
- Features an integrated, full sized CrMo chain tool head and two modular tire levers that snap onto the sides of the body
- Perfect blend of tool selection, low weight and compact size
- Excellent choice for road or mountain use
- Size 3.7 x 1.7 x 1-Inch (length x width x height), weight 167-Grams
- 2 year warranty
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An award winning multi-tool featuring 16 pro-quality, hardened steel tools that fold into an ergonomic composite body.
The award winning Hexus II multi-tool from Topeak offers 16 pro-quality, hardened steel tools that fold into an ergonomic composite body. Providing a blend of tool selection, low weight, and compact size, the Hexus II features an integrated, full sized CrMo chain tool head compatible with all single and multi-speed bicycle chains, Allen and spoke wrench sets, a chain hook, Phillips and flat head screw drivers, a Torx bit, and two modular tire levers that snap onto the sides of the body. An excellent choice for road or mountain use, the Hexus II will have you covered on the road or trail.
Side panel, snap-out tire levers.
- Allen Wrenches: 2; 2.5; 3; 4-2 piece; 5; 6; 8-millimeter
- Spoke Wrenches: 15 and 14 gram
- Chain Tool: Cast CrMo Steel
- Chain Hook: Steel Wire
- Tire Levers: Two Engineering Grade Plastic Levers
- Screw Drivers: Phillips and Flat Head
- Torx Bit: T25
- Tool Material: Hardened Steel
- Body: Engineering Grade Plastic
- Size: 3.7 x 1.7 x 1 inches / 9.5 x 4.4 x 2.6 centimeters (LxWxH)
- Weight: 5.88 ounces / 167 grams
- 2 year warranty
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I'm a fairly avid, dare I say, "cyclist." I'm guessing I ride a few thousand miles a year. My last tool broke and was a bit bulky, so I searched and searched and found this for working on the bike on the side of the road. I use it for emergency on the road service.
WHY I CHOSE THIS OVER THE OTHERS:
Well, Topeak's got a great warranty. I wanted something that had integrated tire levers and that pretty much narrowed it down to this tool. There are very few that have that feature. It's got a chain breaker. I wanted something specifically that had a chain breaker b/c that's probably one of the few things I can't get on the road. I can always borrow a hex tool from someone or maybe even a screwdriver to make things work but a chain breaker is pretty rare to find on near by.
The price was right.
Read the specs on this thing b/c it has a lot more tools than it looks. If you're wondering how the chain breaker works since it's a single piece and you can't possibly use the hex tool to turn the chain breaker due to the design, think again. The back of the removable tire lever has another hex attached to it (invisible in the photo) and that's used to turn the chain breaker. This thing also has spoke wrenches! Don't expect too much. That just means there's a couple notches in the other tire lever that you can use to get leverage and tighten things up. Nothing fancy.
SO FAR SO GOOD?
Well, the chain breaker part got bent. It hasn't broken yet, but if it does, I'm calling Topeak for a replacement. Hopefully I won't have to. Working well for now. Looks sleek too!
Even if you don't anticipate fixing your own flats, breaking your own chains, or truing your own wheels, just get this one—that way you'll have the option of doing so if and when you want (and not, like me, having to find a new home for your Mini 6).
The ONLY thing I don't like about the Hexus II—and this is pretty unavoidable—is the additional hex that clicks onto the 5mm wrench. My 5mm gets a lot of use, so I constantly find myself needing to remove the cap and place it somewhere I won't forget or lose it. It's totally worth it for the extra hex without the extra bulk, but perhaps a more clever mind than I could find a place for it on the tool when not in use. :)
1. Has a phillips head screw driver and not just a flat head.
2. Two tires levers instead of 1.
3. Lighter weight.
4. Smoother chain cutter.
5. More tools.
7. Around the same size.
I'm pretty loyal to Park Tool. But this Topeak just beats it in every way.
I would recommend you carry additional levers with this tool, which increases its bulk substantially. Keeping that overall larger package size in mind, this isn't that nice of a kit.
Topeak needs to pick a better material for these levers or else bulk them up significantly. My 10 year old Park Tool lever took over for this broken one and did great.