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Park Tool Hex/Phillips/Flathead Folding Tool Set - AWS-9C

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    A durable handle and tips for years of on-the-go maintenance.

    Loose bolts rattle on your bike frame. No problem, you brought your multi-tool along. Tighten tighten … ack, the damn handle on your tool broke. The lightweight composite handle on Park Tool's Phillips/Flathead Folding Hex Set is 40% stronger than steel handles. This folding multi-tool's 4, 5, and 6mm hex wrenches have high-torque industrial steel tips that add even more durability to the Folding Set. Screwdrivers help you tune your derailleurs on the road.

    • Item #PAR0005

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [handle], [bits]
    Chain Tool
    no
    Hex Wrench
    4,5,6
    Tire Levers
    no
    Other Tools
    1 philips screwdriver, 1 standard screwdriver
    Recommended Use
    cycling, mountain biking

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    The basic tool everyone should have

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Small adjustments at the trailhead? It can handle that. Building a bike at home? It can handle that. If you own a bike, you should own this tool for emergencies and general needs if your budget doesn't allow for you to deck your garage out to look like you're building NASCAR worthy bikes.

    Great for minor adjustments

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I own three of these. I refer to it as my "Get me home" tool. It does not have as many tools as some, like a chain tool for example, but it has the basics. From my past experience, many of the mutli-tool tools don't work easily, so I would be hesitant to use them anyway. I can make quick adjustments on the fly with this and it fits easily in my saddle bag. If you think back to your last 50 roadside fixes/adjustments, how many needed more than a screwdriver or allen wrench?