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LezyneMulti Chain Pliers

$39.99

Item # LEDH15V

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Item # LEDH15V
Description

Multi Chain Pliers

We've all been there, on the side of the road or trail, messing with our chain or flat tire. Thankfully, we can end up in those situations prepared with tools like Lezyne's Multi Chain Pliers. Constructed from machined aluminum, these pliers 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. With an anodized finish and a hardened steel chain breaker pin, this tool is engineered for long-lasting use.

  • Multi-use chain pliers keep you prepared for anything
  • Anodized finish and a hardened steel breaker pin for durability
  • Engineered for lasting use and maximum portability

Tech Specs
Pliersyes
Recommended Usebike maintenance
Manufacturer Warranty2 years
Weight

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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2.2oz
61g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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>Rating: 2

Nice Concept but fails in reality

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I bought this because of the combination of quick link pliers and chain tool. I can’t speak to the chain tool but one handle is too thin and neither to easily break apart a quick link. I had my chain come off my chain ring and get jammed in such a way that my only choice was to break the chain. I had a devil of a time pulling the quick link apart because both plier handles were too short to get enough leverage and one plier handle was so thin that it painfully dug into my hand. I finally got the quick link apart but with a lot of swearing and sweating. I never was able to get enough leverage to set the quick link when I put it back together but the link held together long enough that once I was back on the bike that the quick link set itself while pedaling along.

no need to use this tool to set the master link fully. Get it close and then position the chain so the master link is on the upper part of the chain between the rear cassette and the front chain ring. Mount the bike and stomp the pedal down and that will set it for you.

>Rating: 4

Nice tool, but magnets need re-glueing.

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I really like the combination of functions in this tool. Combining a chain breaker, masterlink pliers, rotor truing, and valve core tool in a 58g tool is quite nice. I've never really liked the chain breaker built into any regular multi-tool, they are always pretty cumbersome, and make the multi-tool awkwardly large, so having a separate more ergonomic tool for that is great. (I'm also not counting the bottle opener as an actual feature as I've never in my life used the bottle opener on any multi-tool.) I haven't had to use this in the wild yet, but I happened to have an old SRAM 11 speed chain in my garage so I tested breaking the chain and opening and closing the power lock master link and it handled both easily. As other reviewers mentioned, the magnets do fall out almost instantly. I tested touching a quicklink to the magnets and pulling it off repeatedly, one magnet came off immediately, the others after only a few repetitions. I like the tool enough that I was willing to glue them back in myself, but Lezyne really needs to use some better glue.

Literally same issue. Magnet came off upon contact. Unfortunately I glued the magnet holding the hinge together backwards so it’ll never close now. Oh well! At least it’s in a gear loop so it doesn’t matter for me.

>Rating: 2

You can't store chain links

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I really wanted to like this tool. It is similar to other chain pliers but with a built in chain tool. Unfortunately you can't store the chain links in the handle as advertised. The magnets that hold the chain links in the handle come off the tool and stay stuck to the chain links. Once they are out you can't store the chain links in the handle anymore. This happened on 2 pairs.

>Rating:

Does this work with the new Campagnolo 13 Speed (Ekar) chain?

>Rating: 5

Lovely little tool

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Just holding this tool makes me happy. It is tiny, light weight, and like all Lezyne tools beautifully made. I haven't used it but everything about it suggests it will do the jobs it is designed to do. It's aluminum so not rugged enough for daily shop use, but for occasional trail use it seems to be perfect. If/when I actually use it I'll update my review.