Fabric Chamber Bicycle Multitool
Thoughtful tweaks + a jam-packed design = one very useful cycling companion
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It’s been a long time since we were this excited about a bicycle multitool. But Fabric, a UK company that’s been offering clever redesigns of several bike accessories, has us totally in love with this sleek new gadget.
Thirteen of the most commonly needed allen and double-sided hex bits, plus flat- and Phillips-head drivers, all come packaged in a convenient, bullet-like canister, the top of which doubles as a bit holder. Just select the bit you want, slot it into the holder, and start wrenching.
The sleek packaging means you won’t snag your jersey pocket or accidentally puncture the spare tube in your seatbag, plus all the bits are longer than you’d normally see on a multitool, so you get more torque. The best part: you can buy a Chamber with a fixed head or one that has a socket function.
From $46, fabric.cc