Lezyne Multi Chain Pliers
Lezyne Multi Chain Pliers
Lezyne Multi Chain Pliers
Lezyne Multi Chain Pliers

Lezyne Multi Chain Pliers

1-MT-CTPLIR-V104_Std

Regular priceRs. 3,650
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🚚 Delivery Estimated between 25 February and 01 March.


Description

Professional-grade, versatile bike chain multi-tool engineered for a variety of road or trailside repairs. The Multi Chain Pliers are constructed from machined aluminum and feature an integrated quick-link tool, chain breaker, valve core tool, bottle opener, rotor aligner, and magnetic holders for up to two spare quick links. Its slim design allows for maximum portability, and it’s engineered for long-lasting use. It also features an anodized finish and a hardened steel chain breaker pin. Mountain bikers, road cyclists, and gravel grinders will all find its versatility highly useful, whether in the workshop or out on the road or trail.

Specification
Recommended use Commuting
Features Integrated quick-link tool, chain breaker, valve core tool, bottle opener, rotor aligner and magnetic holders for up to two spare quick links
Wrenches  -

 

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This Product is eligeble for 30-days Easy Return. T&C Applied

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Customer Reviews

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D.K.
Poor quality for a lot of price

The part of the item was broken on the second use.

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Ashok Captain
Great tool (conditions apply)

It costs 3275/-, that's a lot (or not). Great tool if a) one knows how to use a chain tool b) carries quick links on rides c) rides / races unsupported events.
It's much smaller than it seems to be in the images. The chain tool works perfectly - to open rivets. The pliers work well to open and close quick links. The internet has several reviews of the quick link holding magnets getting unstuck and lost, so I have clear-taped the 10 and 11 speed quick links to prevent this happening. The chain tool isn't daily use tough, but it's not meant to be. To sum up a compact, beautifully made tool that is an all in one tool to deal with broken chains. There's no getting around the fact that it is expensive in the Indian context. Would I buy one? I just did, and am very happy with the tool.


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