Review – Fix MFG Wheelie Wrench Multi-tool and Strap On Holster

Fix MFG Wheelie Wrench Multi-tool and Strap On Holster
Having a multi-tool with you on any adventure is a great idea; you never know when you might need to tighten a bolt or adjust a screw. The innovative Fix MFG Wheelie Multi-Tool is a compact unit, and slides into the special Strap-On Holster that can be mounted to a bag strap or belt — so it is always close to hand when you need it.

Fix Manufacturing is an American brand from Laguna Beach, California — sold in the UK through Cyclorise Accessories; it is new to European soil, and I was one of the first to test it out.

The Fix MFG Multi-Tool itself is a great piece of machining; made from durable stainless steel it is a compact tool containing all the essential torx bits, hex keys, and screwdriver bits; as well as detachable spoke wrench and 8/10 mm wrench. The quality tool bits should allow you to adjust any part your bike and carry out many small household tasks.

The Fix MFG multitool slots into a specially made holster that you can mount to any 5 mm or 10 mm webbing (two sizes available); that could be a bag strap or belt strap. You can also get a belt from Fix MFG where the buckle of the belt is the holster itself. The holster is a robust casing and features an integrated bottle opener.

The complete Fix MFG set is a neat and useful companion. A well-made and carefully thought-out compact tool, which stores in a place that is always accessible and secure, for whenever you might need it. Be prepared.

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Fix MFG Wheelie Wrench Multi-tool and Strap On Holster

Cyclorise provided with this product for testing and review


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