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Fix It Sticks The Blend ready to wrench


One of Mtbr’s favorite tool makers is back with a handy new problem solver. Meet Fix It Sticks The Blend, which combines aspects of different versions of previous products.

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Wiha Color Coded Hex Set review


Color coding enables home mechanics to pick up the right size wrench merely by its hue, which is especially handy when you get down to the 0.5mm increments.

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  • Tom says:

    Great idea. I want. Went to website. OUT OF STOCK!!!

  • josh says:

    Good find. Hopefully they last.
    I bought a color-coded set from PB Swiss more than a decade ago. They’ve seen plenty of use and still interface nicely with hardware. 3-4x the price but good tools are worth the coin. After a few years of seeing more use of Torx caps, it might be time for someone to color code a set.

  • josh says:

    Bought a similar color-coded set from PB Swiss well over a decade ago, and they’re still in great shape after seeing plenty of action. More than 4x the cost, but I’ve long since forgotten that expenditure and don’t see a need to replace them anytime soon.

    What I don’t have is a full set of Torx tools but it seems inevitable. Might be time…

  • jim says:

    On sale in Wiha for $23 now. They are the best. I’ve got a set over 10 years old that is still my go to.

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Feedback Sports Team Edition Tool Kit Review


Inside a laptop-sized portable and durable TPU nylon coated zippered case are 19 tools with 25 total functions.

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  • Mtoa says:

    WOOW
    You have read my mind.
    I have always imagined a tool kit that can be placed in the bike trail ,a Complete Trail Tool Station Product.
    Also the tools can be replaced individually by fellow riders, when they got damage or lost ( please sell each tool individually for this purpose ) no mountain biker steels tools so no chains or cables required.
    Really like your product and the concept.
    definitely want one for my local Bike Trail.
    Good luck.

    • Mtoa says:

      Maybe a big pocket somewhere , people some times are in a hurry and don’t have time or patience to put each tool in their specific place, I you are in a hurry you can just throw it in the pocket and go riding.

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