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- A handy set of pliers that do so much more
- Internal body magnetically holds two master links
- Pliers are ideal for breaking and closing chains
- Sturdy construction holds up to trail use
- Compatible with 9 through 12 speed master links
- Master links not included
- Doubles as a tire lever, valve core remover, and valve stem lock nut wtench
- Item #WFC000Y
- 7075-T6 aluminum
- master link pliers
- Recommended Use
- bike maintenance
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year limited
What do you think about this product?
January 23, 2020
Convenient but not ergonomic
- I've put it through the wringer
I got one of these the first week they were available and I've used it a bunch of times for removing valve cores, removing & installing master links, and when I need a tire lever and no others are around. I swapped the bolt for a different color and put some thread locker on - it's stayed tight for ages without loosening. It's also really amusing to snap it open & closed over and over. Pro's: always have an extra master link on hand, emergency replacement chainring bolt too, much smaller than carrying Park's MLP Con's: it's not comfortable to squeeze Despite the ergonomic issue, I still bought a second one.
January 28, 2019
The tool you don't want to need
My wife got me this for Christmas now I'm hoping to break a chain or better yet, a ride buddy breaks a chain so I can whip out my cool new tool with 10 and 11 speed links loaded and ready to go.
September 9, 2018
Non-Gimmicky All-in-One Tool
- I've used it several times
I really like this addition to my tool kit. It's an all-in-one tool that's not gimmicky and very well made. Tire lever, quick link holder, master link pliers, valve core tool - these are all things I like to have along on rides. My only complaint is it's a bit rattly as the chainring bolt holds the 2 halves loosely. My tool kit is packed pretty tight so that hasn't bothered me but I could see it being an issue for some.
July 23, 2018
I certainly like this tool, as it's darn near impossible to get some master links apart with bare hands. However, if taking it out onto the trail for emergency fixes, you'll still need a standard chain tool unless you were lucky enough to have broken the chain at the master link. I like it for taking in my mobile tool kit, since it's nice and light and hold a couple spare master links.
July 23, 2018
Thanks for the feedback Eric!
August 22, 2019
What are the dimensions of this tool?