Burton Bullet Tool

Priced: $15.93 - $19.95 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Burton Bullet Tool
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REI $15.93
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Snowshack.com $17.95
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The House $19.95
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Christy Sports $19.95
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Burton Bullet Tool -
Burton's Bullet Tool is a massive asset to your gear collection because it can make the difference between a good ride and a great ride. Proper adjustments are key to great rides so if you need to fix, tighten, loosen,etc be prepared with this lightweight and compact tool. It has #2 and #2 Phillips heads, a flat head, a 4mm allen key, a 10mm wrench and a foldout handle for maximum ratchet power.
Attention: Burton Snowboards & Gear can be shipped only within the United States and Canada.


  • Lightweight and Compact
  • Fold-out handle provides maximum ratchet power
  • Able to Operate With Gloves On
  • Includes #2 and #3 Phillips screwdriver as well as a flathead, 4mm Allen key and a 10mm wrench
  • Burton products are only available for shipment within the United States.
  • Secret compartment hides magnetized wrenches and bits
  • Flat Head

The Burton Snowboard Bullet Tool is a lightweight and compact tool with a foldout handle that gives you plenty of ratchet power.

Adjust your bindings or your straps in a cinch with the snowboard-friendly, palm-size Burton Bullet Tool. This lightweight tool is your best friend when you're in need of a quick tune up on the slopes. You can even build a grill with it.

Ratch-a-tat-tat. The pocket-sized Burton Bullet Tool gives you all the tools you need for on-hill binding repair, and the leverage to do it right.



The snowboard-friendly, palm-size Burton Bullet tune-up tool stores easily in your pack or pocket for on-the-slope repairs.


Mountain Gear
No need for frozen phalanges when you use the Bullet Tool from Burton.

Christy Sports

 2 and 3 Phillips.
 10MM Wrench.
 4MM Allen Key.
 Flat Head.
 Foldout Handle for Maximum Ratchet Power.
 Lightweight and Compact

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Dimensions:3.5 x 1 x 1 inches
Tools:10MM Wrench/4MM Allen Key/Flat Head/#2 and #3 Phillips
Weight:9 ounces
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Burton Bullet Tool Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great little tool

I'm not the biggest fan of Burton, I would never buy one of their boards or bindings because of the channel system, and burton's softgoods are almost as expensive as patagonia/arc'teryx, but without the same quality.

Diatribe aside, little things like this tool are really well made by Burton. Easy to use, and the bits stay in socket well. I just keep it stashed in my pack- it's been really handy at times, like when I switched to a new set of bindings and wanted to make tweaks at the bottom of runs.
pso at REI on 10/10/2012

Negative Reviews:

Broke after 3rd use

The tool broke after minimal use. The bit just falls out because something broke in the mechanism that holds it. It will no longer grip the driver head AND the ratcheting mechanism will no longer lock into position, rendering the whole tool useless as a screwdriver even if holding it from underneath vertically. It broke at home luckily, not while on the slopes.
This Burton tool does come with multiple attachments and is more compact than similar tools from Dakine and other makers. I like Burton in general, but this tool has a sticker that says "Made in Korea" and the craftsmanship is NOT GOOD. Plastic parts used to grip and turn metal parts, are you serious? Returning to REI and getting the Dakine model.
MtnRider1 at REI on 10/10/2012