Crank Brothers Multi-10 Tool

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Crank Brothers Multi-10 Tool
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This Crank Brothers multi-tool has a design that's simple and functional.

Imported.

Frame:

  • Made with a solid 6061-T6 hardened aluminum frame

Manufactured:

  • Tools made with 6051 high tensile steel

Features:

  • Includes 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8 hex wrenches; also Phillips and flathead screwdrivers
  • Approximate weight 124 grams
  • 8 mm and 10 mm open wrench
  • Flat and Philips screwdriver
  • Plus a T25 torx wrench for disc brakes
  • Features 10 basic tools for essential tightening and adjustments
  • t-25 torx wrench
Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
The Crank Bros Multi 10 bike tool has all the essentials to keep your bike tuned at home and in the woods.
Jenson USA
10 features in one lightweight tool.

Mountains Plus Outdoor Gear
Many useful tools combined in a lightweight aluminum case for repairs on the go.
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Activity:Cycling
Hex wrenches:#2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8
Length:3.5" (89mm)
Material Construction:6061-T6 aluminum frame with 6150 high tensile steel tools
Weight:4.4 oz. (124 g)

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Crank Brothers Multi-10 Tool Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Good balance of features

After a lot of research of just about every tool, I chose this one because it keeps it simple. My bike has all 7 hex bolts along with Phillips and flathead. Torx is the only one I don't need. The handle fits well and it isn't wide like so many 15+ multi-tools so it's less of an issue in tight spots. I like the extra length of the wrenches. The stubby ones with other multi-tools can be frustrating.

Another reviewer suggested a spoke wrench which would be nice but I prefer to carry a separate spoke wrench because stripping spoke nipples is not a good thing because there is usually a darn good reason why you need to use it. I also carry a separate chain tool because the 10 and 11 speed chains really need a good chain tool. It's more weight than one of the larger multi-tools but having a real spoke wrench and chain tool is worth it.

My one complaint is the weight isn't even close for mine. 153 grams versus the advertised 124 grams. That's 25% heavier. I took the Torx wrench out and it was still 142 grams so I can't see any real way that most of them could be close to 124 grams. However this is generally par for the course with bike manufacturers. Most of them might as well not put any weights.
Wilson at REI on 09/09/2009

Everything I need in a small package.

It thing is great for doing on the road adjustments or helping with a complete tear-down and rebuild. This tools home is in my bikes saddle pack at all times and when I'm training or touring it's all I need. Some reviewers say that it could use a spoke wrench, but if I'm truing wheels I'm already in my shop with a wheel truer and probably have one or two there. To me, it is simple, yet complete.
SmittyMI at REI on 06/06/2010

Just Short of Perfection

This is a real minimalist tool that is just short of an absolute minimum of what you need for a traveling tool kit. If the Torx driver were replaced with a spoke nipple wrench I'd rate it a perfect 5 stars. As is, I'd really rate this as a 4.9 star product as what is included is essential and works great. The tool fits solidly in your hand and has plenty of torque for stubborn bolts.
PghDragonman at REI on 08/08/2008

Negative Reviews:

Not stainless steel

In addition to the standard hex keys, the Crank Brothers multi-10 tool, comes with a flat and Phillips head screwdriver, which is lacking from other small multi tools. However, I discovered that the tool is not stainless steel and starts to rust as soon as it is exposed to moisture ... left stubborn rust stains inside my backpack.
caodaravla at REI on 03/03/2012