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      Park Tool Multi Tool - MT-1

      This Park nine-function Park multi-tool, high quality mini-tool offers the highest degree of simplicity and usefulness in a small, easy to use package
      • $11.00

      Item # 639291

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      • Features 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8mm hex keys, 8, 9, and 10mm socket wrenches and a flatblade screwdriver
      • Each tool is carefully positioned for most effective use on those tough to get to nuts, bolts and screws
      • Nickel plated, investment cast tool steel construction is super durable and corrosion resistant for long, reliable usage

      Made in USA.

      Park Tool Multi Tool - MT-1

      Specification Description
      Best use Cycling
      Dimensions 4.25 x 1.5 x .25 inches
      Weight 54 grams

      Park Tool Multi Tool - MT-1

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      Rated 5out of5
      by fromSimple but Effective. I have had this for years, and I never ride without it. It's not as high-tech, fancy or impressive looking as other bike multi-tools, but it is effective, and just the thing to have when you need to make quick adjustments while out riding. It's also lighter and more compact as well. While other multi-tools have come and gone, I'm glad to see that Park still makes this one.
      Date published: 2008-03-12
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromBest multi Tool out there I have tried several multi tool and find this the best of them all. It is small and compact yet easy to grip and use. Many of the others seem like overkill for carrying for day rides.
      Date published: 2010-03-25
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromAwesome tool! This is the most practical tool you will find. I carry one every time I go riding. Buy one, you'll be glad you did!
      Date published: 2010-04-12
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromWonderful Great road bike tool. Cheap way to drop some weight (I've not ever come across another that is lighter). Only negative is that it doesn't have a chain tool, which would be desirable to take when going far off road.
      Date published: 2010-07-07
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromStill my favorite on-bike tool. I've gotten other tools as gifts, while away and in need of one, and just because I thought the news whizzy thing might be better. Nope. I keep going back to this classic. No moving parts, slips into any small space. Each seat bag has one of these in it. No, I can't reach inside my STI levers, but that doesn't happen so much on my daily rides. I may have lost or given away one or two, but I've never broken or stripped one.
      Date published: 2011-07-21
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromsimple and practical I've used this tool to do all sorts of things: adjust my brakes, straighten handlebars, tighten screws, etc. It's great to be able to carry it in my pocket and have it available for use on the fly. I just put it on my keychain and go. I bought it and the Park I-beam 2 multitool at the same time last December, and let me put it this way: I haven't used the I-beam yet.
      Date published: 2012-07-27
      Rated 5out of5
      by fromconvenient and compact Great quality and percfect size to fit in a mobile tool bag.
      Date published: 2014-08-23
      Rated 1out of5
      by fromEmergency Only, Maybe. This tool may be okay for use an an emergency tool, it did manage to adjust everything on my 96 Specialized, but when it was taken to the seat fastener on my buddies road bike, it snapped, needless to say, it's heading back to REI first chance I get. I also had trouble getting the unit to turn bolts in the brakes because of the various bits coming off the wrench heads, chomped my finger more than once. I took the time to study the steel segments that broke, and having a history in the knife industry, I could immediately see this was not a forged or heat treated steel, it was in fact a powder cast steel, which makes it extremely prone to breaks like this because it doesn't have the right molecular alignment to be put under torsional stress. If you want it as a lightweight last resort tool, it will work, but for continuous use, this will not hold up.
      Date published: 2011-03-28

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