Make adjustments on the fly with the Burton EST Snowboard BindingTool. The compact design makes it easy to keep on you in a pocket or in your pack, and allows you to change your stance any time you want. The EST Tool has both a #2 and #3 Phillips head for adjusting your gear. And with a built-in bottle opener you're never far from a good time.
The EST Tool from Burton provides micro-adjustable action, can be operated with gloves on and comes in a pocket-friendly design. It adjusts both traditional and Burton EST™ bindings.
• #2 and #3 Phillips.
• Able to Operate with Gloves On.
• Bottle Opener.
• Keychain Loop.
• Pocket-Friendly Design.
• Works with Traditional and Burton EST™ Bindings
|Dimensions:||3.5 x 1 inches|
|Material:||Steel housing and bits / plastic bit cover|
|Burton Zip Tool||$9.93 - $12.95|
|Burton EST Snowboard Tool Gunmetal/Black||$14.95|
I like the way it folds up nice and neat so that it fits in your pocket without any one wondering if your happy to see them. The negative is that you cant really continuously unscrew or tighten the hardware like a regular screw driver, more like little half turns at a time, that could get frustrating. However, seeing that you shouldn't be constantly adjusting you stuff all day (if your lucky) when your done with it you will not see it again 'til your popping bottles with the handy bottle opener in the parking lot. (which will see plenty of miles, trust me). Another huge plus is the leverage you get when you tighten them "EST" screws. Burton channel owners, you feel my pain, with that notorious back foot slippage. I tightened the bejesus out of the ics and there not going anywhere.
Works great on the rest of the binding hard ware also, and my Forum Shaka's and my Ride Capo's...................you get the idea.
This thing is great, one side is the correct size for the screws that hold your bindings on the board, the other side is for all the screws on all the straps of your bindings. I use this at home even, when adjusting bindings. I wish I had a handier way to keep it instead of just flopping around at the bottom of my backpack, but that's not the tool's fault.
I use this tool for my EST binding system. The screwdriver is very convenient. I can't say it's lightweight, but it's compact and easy to use. I'm a girl and I used to ask my boyfriend to adjust my bindings. EST biding system is easier to adjust, plus this screwdriver is very convenient, so I adjust bindings myself now.
Inconspicuous enough to carry around wherever you go, this tool works great on the hill for quick binding adjustments and off the hill for opening a cold one. Should definitely be a staple in any riders' pocket.
both size screws for burtons est bindings. Don't even notice it in my bag till i need it. Probably get a brighter color?
the bit did come unglued just crazy glued it back in.
Great for quick adjustments on the mountain and easy to store. My only concern is its a little hard to turn sometimes but overall great and durable tool made out of metal.
Hooked all the homies and myself up with these for Christmas. Affordable, small, light and legit. It is super flat but a little longer than I expected. (thats what she said)
Its overall a good tool, the only problem was the plastic cover cracked kinda quick but it still hold together. It rust a lil bit but that was expected.
this tool is very cool it has magnets that keep it in place. one bad side is that its sorta on the short side but gets the job done.
does what i need it to do. the hinge is magnetic so the tool clicks into place from open to closed. feels solid in your hand.
This tool is cool and slim, But REALLY REALLY HEAVY. Solid, but not so light for your pack or pocket.. Ill be looking for another for my BC gear, might as well carry a full driver...