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Topeak Tool Sticks
REVIEW DATE: 5 Apr, 2010
RRP: $29.90
Retailer(s): All good cycle retailers nationwide or online at NZ Industry site www.cyclingnzshop.com

With ease of use in mind, the accessory guru's Topeak have once again tweaked functionality and brought us the Tool Stick 11 and 22.  So many times these days allen heads and adjustment points are so hard to access with a multi tool that you can end up with a poor tool connection or limited fit, if this sounds like you then check out the Tool Stick 11 & 22.  The sleek design enables pin point accuracy and maximum motion, so much so you feel you are operating with a single use tool.

The finishing of all bits is amazing with no evidence of wear or tear a month down the track.  With professional mechanics calling these guys "shop grade" you can wrench in confidence.

My personal favorite application is the 8mm hex which functions as a perfect pedal wrench when removing my Keo's.

A compact, shop grade Allen wrench with articulating tool heads on both ends of a rubber cushioned, hardened steel tool shaft. Each tool head features two specific Allen bit sizes and swivels to make getting at those hard to reach bolts a lot easier.

Tool Stick 11

Tools 4 Total
Allen Wrenches 3/4/5 mm
Screw Drivers #2 Phillips
Tool Material Cr-V Steel and Hardened Steel
Body Hardened Steel / Rubber

Tool Stick 22

Tools 4 Total
Allen Wrenches 2/2.5/6/8 mm
Tool Material Cr-V Steel and Hardened Steel
Body Hardened Steel / Rubber 

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Topeak Tool Stick 11

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