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Lezyne Carbon 5 Tools

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Generally speaking, multi-tools are rarely as beautiful as our bikes. However, this Lezyne Carbon 5 Multi-Tool transcends function and incorporates beauty into its design and construction. It's as simple as an all-purpose tool can be. There are five forged stainless steel bits -- 3, 4, 5, 6mm hex and a Phillips screwdriver -- that are captured between two solid carbon fiber side plates. And titanium hardware ties it all together. You couldn't spec your bike frame with better materials. If Lezyne's goal for the Carbon 5 Multi-Tool was to make road/trailside repairs cool, then we'd say they've at least given us the pleasure of using a top notch tool that makes ride buddies a bit envious.

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