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Lezyne Carbon 9 Tools

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Created without compromise, the Carbon-9 represent the pinnacle of multi tool function and beauty. Each bit is forged and CNC machined from stainless steel with a solid pivot base, producing a lighter and stiffer tool when compared to the conventional “wrapped” style bits. Carbon side plates and titanium hardware support these bits and a hard alloy chain breaker. Weight=89 grams.

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