Michelin Tire Levers Tools

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $5.00


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Michelin Tire Levers


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Jonathan Wee a Weekend Warrior from Perth, WA, Australia

Date Reviewed: February 29, 2004

Strengths:    - It works!, it actually works!
- Won't snap like pissy thin ones
- Gentle on tyres because of its wide design
- Much safer than metal levers
- Big, bright Michelin yellow levers that are easy to spot on the tools table.


Weaknesses:    - No hook thingy like other levers but it's like I ever use the hooks anyway.

Bottom Line:   
It's cheap, it works, it's safe and you only really need one lever.

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Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $3.00

Purchased At:   A$7.50 at Xtreme Cycles Perth

Similar Products Used:   No name thin plastic one and metal levers(Beware!)

Bike Setup:   Hardtail cos I can afford it and it's versatile.

Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Clive a Cross-Country Rider from Sydney

Date Reviewed: May 31, 1999

Strengths:    
Flat design gets in between tyre and rim really easily. The plastic they have used won't snap even with very tight fitting tyres.


Weaknesses:    
They don't have the little hook at the end of the lever to hold the spoke, but they work well anyway so I haven't found this to be a problem.


Bottom Line:   
These and other tyre levers cost next to nothing, but if you are stranded in the widerness with a flat a good set are invaluable. Buy a good set that will not let you down - get these.

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Favorite Trail:   
The South Downs Way

Duration Product Used:   
2 Years

Similar Products Used:   
Many other manufactures levers - all basically the same design that snapped or bent under pressure.


Bike Setup:   
Proflex 856

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