Michelin Tire Levers Tools

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $5.00

Product Description

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

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

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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