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The lever you want when you’re pulling off 2.5s.
The Pedros Tire Lever 2-Pack gives you plenty of leverage to change burly DH and freeride tires, so you don’t have to worry about breaking a half-dozen plastic levers in the process. Have you ever thought, “What I need is a something with a lot more clout to get the job done?” Well, Pedros provides. One for the garage, one for your pack.
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Lightweight, strong, easy to pack, and slightly flexible so not to damage your tire.
I've tried others and Pedro's work the best.
Best levers around.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Without going to a metal pair, these are the best tire levers around. Fun colors, strong/ wide plastic, and a little flex to avoid killing your tires or rims.
Nothing to complain about
They're cheap, do the job just fine, lightweight, and in fun colors!
a must have
Only tire levers I use and they work great. Light, strong, easy to use, and cheap.
Cheap, Light, Bright, Durable, and they snap together.
They are perfect
to put it simply, they broke!! sorry for the bad review, mr pedro...
Very light and does the job. You wont even know you are carrying these. Great price, no need to get anything more than this or anything more expensive.
Pedro's Tire Lever - usefull and lightweight
Pedro's Tire Lever is a great choice if you want something lightweight that does the job. They are helpful in getting the tire on and off the rim and won't take up too much room in your pack. The small magnets in each one help keep 'em together so you won't have to go searching through your stuff to find the other one. Gets the job done.
Pedro's Tire Lever - 2 Pack
Strong, lightweight and easy to use. These work very well for the cheap price - and you get two of them!
Strong and Get the job done
These are great for those of us who are constantly breaking tire levers. They're super strong. On the other hand, they're a little bulky to sneak in the pocket while riding but work great for around the shop/home/garage or where ever you overhaul your ride. Also, I don't think I'll ever lose these suckers cause they're a nice bright color. I think Pedros has done a great job addressing the two main reason we need new levers - we've either lost them or broken them. These are a great little buy.
Only ones I'll use. Very strong. Well designed with slot to loop around spoke. Very good if you have tight fitting tires (most cross clinchers i've used are tough to mount or change out as the bead is very tight on rim). Cool colors.
Also, you can very easily open a bottle of beer with one using the time tested 'bic lighter' technique.
Good n light
These bad boys are good for what they are worth, I have used them continuously this summer and they have been a lot of help on the road proces.
I wish I didnt have to use them but $%#& happens right?.
Pedro's Tire Lever 2 Pack
These levers are fine. Nothing special about them. They seem to get the job done, but they don't seem as easy to use as my roommate's set of slightly smaller levers.
Pedros Tire Lever does the trick...
Cheap, small, strong (but not so strong that it will damage your rims), relatively light and gets the job done. What else is there to say?
This tire lever is awesome, extremely heavy duty to the point that my LBS had 3 mechanics crank on it before it broke. They are all plastic so they wont gouge rims and the plastic wont wear down to metal. I took off one star because it is somewhat bulky compared to others.
Pedros tire levers alongside package
Again, notice you get two of these babies (not just one)
Pedros tire levers in package
Notice there are actually two of these levers (not one as the official picture seems to imply). It makes sense when you think about it :)
Pedros Tire Lever
Yup. It's a tire lever. These seem to be pretty strong, and come in a set of two. Instead of snapping the tire lever that came on the tag of your shorts, why not grab these from Pedros and be confident they won't break when you really need them?
A good tire lever is important.. I like to go lite and carry just one. This one from Pedros is perfect. a friend showed me a trick to getting the tire on and off more easily without the use of a lever in most cases. you lay the wheel flat and pin it between your stomach and outstretched hands. With palms on the tread, and thumbs on the bead you stretch the tire towards yourself eventually almost pinching the tire as your hands come together. then peel the tire on/off the final bit.
this will help avoid pinching the tube with the lever.
Pedros Tire Lever = AWSOME
The Pedros Tire Lever are the best levers I have ever used. I will not use anything else. After breaking 3 different types of levers, park, oakley, and some random lever. These are burly and are great for getting the tire on and off. Comes in a set of two levers. I only wish that the green would glow in the dark. They don't bend and so far haven't broken. I also don't believe they are made out of hardened steel. More like crazy tough plastic reinforced in the right spots.