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Cutter Flip Multi-Tool $0.00
Cutter’s Flip Small Travel Multi-Tool plays un-noticed stow-away in your messenger bag or saddle bag whether you’re headed for a long-ranger or just a jaunt into town. Complete with a full hex wrench set and multiple screwdrivers, including a rotor-tightening T25 Torx driver, the Flip turns your mid-ride blow out into an opportunity to impress your buddies.
Reviews & Community
This is a great tool for the price, pretty much has everything you need on it, Im happy with it.
What I needed
This tool is a little heavy, but it has everything that I needed and still fit into my axiom seat bag along with CO2 cartridges and a spare tire. So far it has been very durable and I use it around the garage as much as on the road. If weight is a big issue then look elsewhere, if not then this tool is great.
Solid build, a bit on the heavier side but not a deal breaker, recommended.
Cutter Flip Small Travel Multi-Tool - everything you need, nothing you don't
The Cutter Flip Small Travel Multi-tool is great because it is sturdy and allows you to really torque on it with no issues. It isn't the lightest multi-tool I have handled, but its not going to bother you too much unless you are racing. I have used it several times and I have never needed a wrench or screw driver out on the trail that I didn't have, thanks to the Cutter Flip Small Travel Multi-tool. Great product.
Got this for a friend and it is a great tool for someone that only needs the basics. Tool seems to be durable enogh when really cranking on it also. Wouldn't necessarily recommend it for roadies as with the toughness comes heaviness
RE: Too big and heavy for cycling
If you're looking for a more compact multi tool check out the Cutter Switch. It is smaller in size. Does not have the Torx 25.
Too big and heavy for cycling
If you really needed some heavy duty leverage, this might be a great tool, but I wouldn't want to carry that boat anchor around in my saddle pack. It was a lot bigger than I imagined from the picture and bigger than I need to make any necessary adjustments on my road bike.