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Italian Army Knife

3 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
$40.00 - $55.00

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Italian Army Knife

Not all multi-tools are created equal, and Silca's Italian Army Knife looks to top them all with classic Silca quality and laser attention to details. Like its Swiss compatriot is to daily life, this little tool packs everything you need for small fixes amidst epic cycling adventures. Mid-length tools tuck neatly within beautifully machined side plates, balancing the leverage you need for fixes with the minimalist size your streamlined saddle bag requires. Its blend of hex, Torx, and screwdriver heads are double-chromed to resist corrosion over time, while stainless steel hardware lend durability to the overall structure.


  • A sleek, high-quality multi-tool
  • Magnetized side bars securely store a spare chain connector
  • Forged and plated tools resist corrosion
  • Available in two sizes/tool configurations
  • Item #SLC000T
[side bars] forged aluminum
#2 phillips, flat
Other Tools
[Tredici] 2/2.5/3/4/5/6/8mm Hex, T10/20/25 Torx, disc pad spreader, [Nove] 2/3/4/5/6/8mm Hex, T25 Torx
Claimed Weight
3.7oz (105g)

Overall Rating

3 based on 2 ratings

Review Summary

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5 out of 5 stars

December 1, 2022


I've put it through the wringer

Carry this tool everywhere I go. Got me out of a pinch!

B A33

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com

1 out of 5 stars

May 26, 2021

Chain tool breaks on the first use?

I've put it through the wringer

Multi-tools are your last line of defense against the dreaded phonecall to your significant other. This tool checked all the boxes: trusted brand, all the needed tools, looks nice. Unfortunately, today I had to use it. My derailleur hanger broke and my spare was in the car. So I pulled out my multitool and started the well-rehearsed procedure of converting my bike into a single speed by removing the derailleur, starting with getting the chain off. When I started using the chain tool, the pin snapped. Instead of single speeding back to the car, I had to coast Flinstone-style 8 miles back to my car. The biggest benefit of this tool was learning that it cannot be relied on to get me out of trouble when I’m even further from civilization. Do not buy.

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Stephen H