Park I-Beam Mini Tool

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Park I-Beam Mini Tool -

This Park compact mini-tool has hex wrenches to adjust handlebar, stem, saddle, and seatpost.



  • Also includes Torx T25 wrench for disc brakes
  • Proven I-beam design gives tool structural rigidity
  • Features 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6mm hex wrenches, 8mm hex socket, and flathead screwdriver
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Dimensions:3 x 0.5 inches
Weight:110 grams

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Park I-Beam Mini Tool Reviews:


Solid little multitool

This tool has everything you need to make any adjustments or fixes on the trail EXCEPT a chain tool, so make sure you or someone brings one of those out with you too. That being said, I throw this tool in my pocket or bag on every ride I go on. You never know when your saddle or headset will loosen up, and this tool is perfect for the job.

The Park IB-2's design offers a comfortable grip and solid feel. Although an chain tool would make it the ultimate "everything I need, nothing I don't" multitool, I think it would take away from it's feel in your hand and it might make it feel awkward or bulky.

The IB-2 doesn't include a Phillips head, but I have been able to make due with the flat-head instead. All of the adjustment screws on my drivetrain are both Phillips and slotted, so not an issue for me.

I also have a Topeak Alien, and while that tool has everything you could ever need, it is big, heavy, and very uncomfortable to use when you're trying to torque something like a crank bolt (real tight). This tool has a much better feel in my hand and lets me get torque bolts without a problem.
sonerick at REI on 08/08/2011

The Best Mini-Tool

Tighten up or loosen everything on your bike..It fits snugly in my saddle bag ..Does not take up space a riding essential..
Chini563 at REI on 10/10/2009


What a great little tool. This is the one tool I take with me every time I get on my bike.
bikeman07 at REI on 03/03/2008

Great lightweight little tool!

No phillips head which you would think would be standard on a multi tool.
West Michigan Mark at REI on 05/05/2011