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Mako Bike Tool

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PRODUCT STORY
Keys? Check. Water bottle? Check. Lock? Check. Tools? With these shorts? Please.

Never fear! With this little dynamo, you'll no longer have to sacrifice tools for made-for-speed sportswear.

Named after one of the fastest shark species, this palm-sized wonder-tool is designed to slip in seamlessly with all your other gear, so even if you strike a bump you can still save the day. This twelve-in-one tool is made of aerospace titanium and comes with four 1/4" driver bits, 5 metric box wrench sizes, 2 spoke wrench sizes. This tiny tool also comes with a bottle opener, so you'll be prepared whether you need to pop the top off a bottle or fix a screw that's on the verge of popping off! And since it weighs in at a mere 19 grams, it's ready to go the distance. Made in the USA.

Includes:
1/4" hex bit holder
8mm box wrench
9mm box wrench
10mm box wrench
15mm box wrench
16mm box wrench
14g spoke wrench
15g spoke wrench
6mm allen head
8mm allen head
#2 phillips
T25 torx
bottle opener
MATERIALS
Aerospace Titanium Alloy
SUBMITTED BY
Erin Fergusson, UncommonGoods Buyer
NOTES
3.75" L x 1.5" W; .67 oz
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Cassie, UncommonGoods Community Moderator

December 21, 2011 03:38:44 PM

We think this this little gadget is fierce! No wonder it's named after a shark. Would you take this aerospace titanium alloy tool on the go?

Debra

December 26, 2011 01:05:33 PM

Awesome tool....

Marsha
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December 27, 2011 12:03:53 AM

This is a great idea. I love the fact it is so small, but so useful. It could easily fit in a small pocket on the hydration pack.

maureen
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December 27, 2011 02:12:59 PM

Not so sure about the $40 price tag, but has an abundance of necessary tools for the avid rider

caroline
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December 28, 2011 12:37:03 AM

Awesome!

Michelle

December 29, 2011 12:13:16 AM

Looks like a great bike tool!

Katrina
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December 29, 2011 02:51:25 PM

Looks like a great tool to have.

Karen
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December 29, 2011 07:01:04 PM

I think this is a great multi tool, nice design, but $40 may be too high.

Laura L
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December 30, 2011 02:04:24 AM

also wish it were a bit cheaper, but it's probably worth it!

Christine
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December 30, 2011 08:14:56 PM

Yay! It's made in the USA!

Margaret

January 01, 2012 02:24:44 PM

great product

Kyle
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January 02, 2012 03:11:32 AM

My son could really get alot of use out of this. Great product.

Denise
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January 04, 2012 09:55:02 AM

Typically these kinds of gadgets are not what they seem. The design seems off. How do the drivers work? Looks like they attach horizontally making it quite awkward for working in small spaces often seen in cycling.

Pamela
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January 04, 2012 11:09:57 AM

Good concept, a bit pricey

Lynn
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January 04, 2012 02:20:52 PM

While it looks like it might be a bit awkward to use, it just might get you to the next stop where you can get real repairs.

Ann
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January 04, 2012 04:26:03 PM

How clever is that. Will definitely buy for someone and a big part of it is that it's made in the USA.

Claudia
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January 04, 2012 05:04:39 PM

I would definitely buy this as a gift for a man

Audrey
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January 04, 2012 05:39:58 PM

I think this is a very interesting product which I would like to buy for my husband if you all decided to carry it. However, I probably would not be able to buy it because the price is a bit high. I might be willing to pay somewhere between $20-$30, but not $40.

John
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January 04, 2012 07:32:35 PM

More useful than a credit card!

Barbara
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January 04, 2012 08:35:51 PM

One of my grandson's will love this............and it is made in America,yippee. Just a tad high, but so what!

Cari

January 04, 2012 09:00:37 PM

And...it's a bottle opener

Regina
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January 04, 2012 09:13:10 PM

Think this looks awesome, but would like to see a price between $20 and $30

Sheri
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January 04, 2012 09:56:34 PM

Thank you for a great looking product made in the USA!!!

Emily
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January 04, 2012 10:07:48 PM

Pricey. Lightweight, sure. But being lightweight it may not hold up to the torque to get the job done. Have purchased similar items in the past and learned my lesson.

Carolyn
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January 04, 2012 10:13:51 PM

Yeah, made in the USA!

Angela
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January 04, 2012 10:39:48 PM

makesense to me

Kimberly
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January 04, 2012 11:12:28 PM

This is perfect for my "biker" friends :)

Allison

January 05, 2012 08:53:45 PM

Yay! Made in the USA!

nancy

January 05, 2012 10:56:55 PM

Sounds good

Vickie

January 18, 2012 07:02:18 PM

I'm thinking great tool for bike enthusists - and made in USA - YES!

Cassie, UncommonGoods Community Moderator

January 19, 2012 02:53:13 PM

Hi, Denise! Sorry about the delay in getting back to you about how the drivers attach. The product is still under consideration, and results are coming soon, so we reached out to the supplier to get some more info. The drivers attach into the 'eye socket' and are driven horizontally. They can also be used in the mouth for a more vertical action in a pinch.

thanks for commenting

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