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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
- 3 Tools total
- Hardened steel
- Weighs 65-Grams
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At just 65 grams, it is 9 less than the Park Tool Mini Chain Brute Chain Tool - CT-5 and is easier to use. Good leverage in both axes is important. Placing the pin driver is fiddly, and you have to get your hands clear to see. Once done, the wire piece is hooked on both ends; sized to hook your chain together while you re-fasten the master link. It's really essential to get the derailleur cage pressure neutralized when it comes to the end hook-up.
I like it so much I bought a second one. Its compact and purpose built making a fidgety job easier. They get a rare five star from me because they solved a problem I didn't know I had (chain tension) and included a tool i didn't know I needed to solve it. The tool is so dead simple that it shames every model too poor to supply it. Putting your chain back together is the final step and it's almost impossible without the hook. This thoughtful (essential) addition to the chain-workers tool elevates it to a class of its own for <i>doing more, better</i>.
I have nothing against the all-in-one swiss-bike-knives, but I find the wide-wide handles awkward to use. Sometimes they won't fit where they need to go in order to use the hex-key. I have this and a Park Tool AWS-9 Fold-up Hex Wrench Set with Screwdrivers or AWS 14 do the rest.
Stop worrying about cutting your spare tube:
I used a six inch piece of old two-inch inner-tube to make a sleeve. Super-glue sealed one end. Insert chain tool, fold over to close.
BUT - its pretty horrible as a dedicated chain tool. The Allen wrench keeps falling out, its poorly made and not very good about holding the chain in place while you use it. After removing just 1 link, the pin has taken a lot of wear.
If you're buying this tool for work in your garage, skip it and get a dedicated chain tool. I wish I had.
I suspect that part may have been defective, though, and this review isn't a blanket condemnation of the Super tool or Topeak.
The reason why is, I was able to complete the chain repair using the chain tool included in my Topeak Alien II multitool. No problem with that one. So Topeak can make a chain tool that works. I might have just gotten a bum pushpin in my Super.
I bought the Super in the first place because I figured the chain tool in the Alien II would be flimsy. The Alien II chain tool was to be a backup, and it performed well.
I'll probably replace this with the more expensive Park CT-3, though.
The Allan key has a double purpose. Obviously for pushing the pins in and out of place of the chain, but also to adjust your seat post/brakes, to which I tend to do a lot with bike. The measurements are 4mm and 5mm.
The chain hook is a great addition. At first I thought it was just strong bent paper clip but it used to re-attach the chain to cut the slack out of the chain. It's pretty useful.
Just fyi, the screw pin may get deformed after a few uses. It's important to screw the in pins straight as possible. If not, the results could end in a broken link or deforming the end screw pin or possibly mis-centering the tip. I broke a link this way because I hasty to use it in poor lighting.
This item is very small and should fit in any tool bag. I don't pay too much attention to weight, but I didn't have any complaints.