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Lezyne Stainless Tools

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Engineered durability and designed versatility are exemplified by the Stainless-series multi tools. Lightweight and stylish with high-polished aluminum side plates, the 4, 13, and 21 compact tool combinations complement any riding style. All bits, bolts, and the chainbreaker are forged and CNC machined stainless steel. The Stainless-21 offers a 60mm serrated blade and a tire lever, as well as a bottle opener with an integrated 8mm wrench.

-Stainless-4 58g
-Stainless-13 115g
-Stainless-21 150g

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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:3
Submitted by RogerMTB a Cross Country Rider from Netherlands

Date Reviewed: July 29, 2009

Strengths:    Made of stainless steel
Low weight (150 g) for 20 tools
Great design
Contails all tools required when you are far from home

Weaknesses:    Could be a little less wide (widht=53mm)
Some tools seem unnecessary, like the botlle opener and the 8 and 10 mm open ends
Metal tire lever could damage rim
The neoprene cover doesn't cover the tool's side plates

Bottom Line:   
The Lezyne Stainless 20 contains all tools you require when you are on the road. It is a great tool to fix all your bike problems when you are far from home. The tool gives you a lot of tools at the lowest weight possible. Also the tool's design is great. All the tools you get make the tool a little wide though. If you don't require e.g. the serrated knife, you could go with the smaller Stainless 12 edition.

Tool contains: 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8mm Allen keys; Philips and flat heads; T25 Torx bit; Stainless steel chain breaker and forged aluminum sideplates; Tire lever with 10mm open-end; bottle opener with 8mm open-end; 3 spoke wrenches (1x Mavic splined, 2x square sizes); 60mm serrated knife blade; disc brake pad expander.

The tool comes with a neoprene cover.

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Favorite Trail:   Ardennen

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $63.00

Purchased At:   Bike24

Similar Products Used:   Topeak minitool

Bike Setup:   Cannondale F1000

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