Don't use that screwdriver.
- Tire Levers
- yes, made of composite plastic
- Recommended Use
- removing tires from carbon clincher rims
3 based on 1 ratings
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September 1, 2023
Lack of technical information
- I've used it several times
OK, I know...what's to know about a tire lever? I think these tools are a microcosm of a bigger problem frequently seen when evaluating equipment: 1) All information online is just a paste of what the manufacturer has provided 2) Engineers have carefully provided features that are never explained For example, look at the non-spade end of these levers. Something very specific has been created by Campy designers on these levers; sorry you will never find out what it is. Campy support does not recognize these levers even if you paste the product number into their search engine. The user manual that comes with the Shamal wheelset says nothing at all about the levers. The specific bag included with the wheels that has the levers and valves has no information about any of it. Included instead is a massive foldout sheet with multi-language product guarantee conditions. It takes some additional effort to simply figure out that the gizmo included with the levers is for removing the valve core. It's a shame so much careful product design never gets realized by the users because the manufacturer and retailer provide no information on the technical details of the products. The spade end is really nice. That's all I can say.
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