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Posted: 1 August 2010 - 09:24 PM                                    
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I just spotted this in my local sports store. It's called "McGuyver Tool" and is made by Topeak.

It looks to be about the same length as a Tinker SAK, but it's quite a bit bigger in other dimensions. It reminded my of this interview with RDA where he says he carries an item with him on his bike called "MacGyver Tool" and now I'm wondering if it is in fact one of these since it's made by a cycling accessories company. hmm.bmp

McGuyver Tool by Topeak
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Lightweight 16 function tool is compact and simple to use. All tools are stainless steel and fold into a Magnesium body for easy carrying. Separates into two tools with the press of a tab.

Tools include: tweezers, serrated knife, wood saw, ruler, hook remover, fish scaler, reamer, scraper, sewing eye, scissors, can opener, flat screwdriver, fork, bottle opener, phillips screwdriver and small flat screwdriver.
Includes nylon case with belt loops.
Weight: 105g
Size folded: 72mm x 40mm x 25mm.

Topeak specialize in cycling accessories. They don't appear to carry the McGuyver tool any more, but they do have a large range of similar multi-tools along with every other cycle accesary you could ever think of.

http://www.topeak.com/


I think I'll stick with my SAK though. wink.gif

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Posted: 22 July 2022 - 05:49 AM                                    
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Doesn't look very pocket friendly, or as well made as a SAK.

If you want something with pliers on it for cycling you would be better off with a Leatherman or Victorinox Swiss Tool.



 
                                                                     
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Posted: 22 July 2022 - 08:59 AM                                    
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I agree. Give me a Swisschamp any day!



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