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Tutto Chain Tool II

2 out of 5 stars
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Pedro's Tutto Chain Tool II

The chain tool is fundamental to bicycle mechanics. As drivetrains push the envelope, however, chain tools must evolve to keep pace. The Pedro's Tutto Chain Tool II has done just that. The Tutto II blends ergonomic, organic design and noticeable industrial stature with patented innovations like the Fit Dial and RPG and novel additions like the Peening Bit for Campagnolo 11, 12, and 13-speed chain assembly, ergonomic set-back handle design, and Guide Pin Shear Slot. These unique features and a new replaceable bridge make the Tutto II the most versatile chain tool available, compatible with almost any chain from single speed to 13-speed and beyond including SRAM Flattop chains. Lastly, the Tutto II was designed with season after season of professional service in mind featuring heat-treated tool steel construction for superior strength and lasting performance, and simple disassembly to make servicing and part replacement easy. Backed by Pedro's lifetime warranty.

heat-treated tool steel
almost any chain from single speed to 13-speed and beyond
EVA foam storage insert
bike maintenance
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2 out of 5 stars

November 5, 2023

not functional right out of the box

I returned this product before using it

The Pedro's Tutto Chain Tool II was recommended to me as arguably the best chain tool currently on the market so I ordered it. I opened the box, removed the tool, and quickly learned that I was unable to turn the "Fit Dial" without backing out, a considerable distance, the very small set screw-spring-ball bearing assembly designed to stop the dial at each setting. Well, I guess the system was doing its job too well as it needed to be disabled in order to move the dial at all. Even though I discovered a "work-around", this chain tool was too expensive to not work properly so I returned it. With good reviews in general, it is possible that this issue may be affecting this one tool in particular - the reason I gave it the benefit of the doubt and no less than 3 stars.

Willard K