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BioLogic Launches Bicycle FixKit Multi-tool

The BioLogic FixKit multi-tool

Unique patented design includes 15 mm wrench for pedals and axle nuts

BioLogic, a specialist in urban cycling gear, today unveiled the FixKit multi-tool, a super-thin, compact bicycle tool that features a patented design with a high-leverage 15 mm wrench for axle nuts and pedals in addition to 19 other handy tools.

“The worst thing on a ride is being stuck in the middle of nowhere and not having that right tool to get back on the road,” stated Stewart Clarke, BioLogic project manager. “The FixKit has a wide selection of standard tools, but it also features a 15 mm crescent wrench to tighten or loosen pedals or axle nuts. But without doubt, the most used tool is the bottle opener that let’s you crack open a beer after a long ride.”

The tool’s patented design securely locks wrenches to the tool body, so the body becomes an extended handle. With 14 cm of total leverage, the FixKit can easily loosening tight axle nuts or pedals. The included neoprene pouch can be slipped onto the body handle for a more comfortable and firmer grip. The tool folds into a flat, compact size and can be easily slipped into pant pockets or a ride jersey. The tool has dimensions of 14 × 40 × 77 mm (0.6 x 1.6 x 3.0″) and weighs just 158 g (5.6 oz).

The FixKit multi-tool includes the following tools:

• 6 mm crescent wrench
• 8 mm crescent wrench
• 10 mm crescent wrench
• 15 mm crescent wrench
• 2 mm hex key
• 2.5 mm hex key
• 3 mm hex key
• 4 mm hex key
• 5 mm hex key
• 6 mm hex key
• 8 mm hex key
• 3.2 mm spoke key
• 3.45 mm spoke key
• 4.0 mm spoke key
• Flathead screwdriver
• #2 cross-head screwdriver
• T25 Torx screwdriver
• Bottle opener
• Tire lever
• Chain tool

The BioLogic FixKit multi-tool will be shipping worldwide in the fourth quarter at an MSRP of €35 (US$35).

BioLogic will be displaying its product lineup at Eurobike in booth #B4-401 and at Demo Day at booth #101.

Image courtesy BioLogic

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