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park tool mt-20 multi-tool

The Park Tool MT-20 multi-tool is exceptionally well made, and very compact, but that quality is at a price that can't be justified with so few functions.

£29.99
Score 7

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We've tested the Topeak Mini 10. It packs five allen keys, four torq heads and a Phillips screwdriver into a 92g package which is only 7cm long and comes in…

£12.99
Score 8

Topeak Tool Monster Air 01

The Tool Monster is an interesting-looking bit of kit, chunky and packs away pretty much any tool you might ever need when out and about. But it's heavy, expensive and…

£59.99
Score 6

Topeak Mini Pro 20 2016

A fully equipped multitool, neatly designed and packaged with tools you never thought you would need

£28.99
Score 8

Lezyne SV11 multi-tool

The Lezyne SV11 multi-tool belies its practicality by being one of the prettiest multitools out with its polished chrome and leather-esque sleeve

£36.99
Score 8

Park Tool IB-3 multi-tool

Bringing the workshop outdoors to the road/trails. The Park Tool IB-3 multi-tool has classic features that make it stand out from the crowd

£19.99
Score 9

Pedros RxM multi-tool

Going for quality over quantity the Pedro's RxM multi-tool has a clever design that offers just a few properly useable functions all wrapped up in a comfortable plastic composite body

£19.99
Score 9

Brooks MT10 multi-tool

The Brooks MT10 multi-tool is a product that, just like their saddles, is designed to last a lifetime

£31.99
Score 8

Birzman E-Version multi-tool

Offering 15 functions in a classic style, the Birzman E-Version 15 multi-tool’s quality belies its status as joint cheapest in the test. With tools made of forged and CNC’d chrome…

£17.99
Score 8

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New from Muc-Off comes Bio Grease. This product is a thick grease designed for bottom brackets, headsets and threads. Not to be confused with a less viscous lube designed for…

Score 8

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Getting a puncture is pain in the rear, all the faff followed by what seems like hours of pumping to get some air back in the tyre. The SKS Airbuster…

£19.99
Score 9

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Do you have a carbon fibre frame or seat post? If your bike has carbon, you should consider using some carbon assembly compound in order to protect your pride and…

£15.00
Score 8

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This Pedro’s ICM multi-tool is on the larger side in comparison to some slimline models available. The main reason for this is that it has nearly every tool you could…

£25.00
Score 9

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They may not be the sexiest piece of cycling kit, but a good chain cleaner is essential to keep your prize steed in good working order and, more importantly, looking…

£30.00
Score 8

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We were so excited when the Rap 14 turned up, but sadly the romance came to a crashing end when we tried to use it on a SRAM Red groupset.…

£21.99
Score 7

Crank Brothers b14

Essentially (but say it quietly), a bike is a bike. As such, they function in a similar way, and sometimes unfortunately go wrong in similar ways. When you suffer minor…

£25.00
Score 7

One23 MT 10C

Looking at the cycling multi-tool market, you might consider £11 a steal. However, we approached this product with some scepticism wondering how it could be so much cheaper than the…

£11.00
Score 10

Lezyne Stainless 12

The Lezyne Stainless 12 multi-tool is an exceptionally well-made piece of kit. The construction feels almost industrial but is very well thought out and comfortable to use, and will be a…

£30.00
Score 7

Pro Minitool 11

We tested the Pro Minitool 11 multi-tool alongside a number of other multi-tools from rival brands. The Pro wins the competition for the tiniest tool on test, with this super-slimline offering. As…

£20.00
Score 8