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While we prefer to take our clincher tires on and off by hand, there are those who need tire levers. For those who have the need, these levers are probably the coolest levers around and are definitely the lightest metal tire levers ever designed -- the lightest levers that actually work. They're made from 3/2.5 titanium tubes, the same stock that the King Cage titanium cages come from. They can pull off almost any tire, though it might break with a DH tire and a tight-fitting rim. Likewise, take care with featherweight rims, as the titanium is probably stronger than the aluminum alloy. 8g/pr.

Tech Specs

Tire Levers:
Claimed Weight:
8 g
Recommended Use:
tire maintenance

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I LOVE King Cage bottle cages, I use them exclusively on all of my bikes. Once I saw these tire levers at my LBS I didn't even hesitate to purchase them. The first bummer about these levers is that if you're not careful they'll scratch up your rims, this only bothered me slightly and I learned to be more careful. The second huge down side is that your tire has to be loose enough to pull off by hand, anything tougher will bend these levers. They are tubular and lightweight but they are weak, the plastic levers that I paid a couple of bucks for are far stronger. Bottom line, I bought these because I thought that they were cool and I like King Cage as a company, but these are a bad product.

Not solid

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Note - these are tubular (like a straw), not solid titanium. I bent one the first time I tried to use it, although it was for trying to mount tight new tubeless tires.