Road.cc Reviews the Lezyne SV 10 Multi Tool
Once again, Road.cc has shown us some love! This time it’s for our SV 10 multi tool, which is an aluminum, low profile set of CNC machined tools with durable stainless steel fascinating hardware, a forged aluminum chain breaker and forged center-pivot stainless steel bits. This multi tool is optimized for modern component groups.
Road.cc says, “Lezyne are a company that have the ability to make a seemingly mundane product such as a pump or multi tool into an object of desire. They mix quality materials with well thought out design and an attention to detail, which result in objects that demand attention. This is certainly true of their SV10 multi tool, which packs, as you may have guessed, ten tools into a light (only 101 g), compact and attractive package.”
The popular online publication also included the tool in a rundown of the best multitools “to fit your bike’s bits.” Check that out here!
Read the entire SV 10 review here!
Lezyne SV Tool Review
SV10 Multi-Tool review by Wojtek Wysocki for the Atlanta Sports Gear Examiner. Thanks Wojtek!
Andy Johnston has spent most of his life in the bike world, and over 20 as a Mechanic. There are a myriad of multi-tools out there, but few as finely crafted such to appreciate the detail as the Lezyne SV multi-tool.
The SV 10, as implied, includes 10 tools: hex wrenches of 2,3,4,5,6 and 8, Phillips screwdriver, T-25 and T-30 torx wrenches, and a chain breaker for 9 & 10 speed chains. Price is $45.
All bits are stainless steel for extreme durability and rust resistantance. Forged Stainless steel bits means a hard, long lasting tool and no rounded off corners for the hex wrenches. Side plates and chain breaker are CNC aluminum to keep the weight at 101 grams.
The chain breaker is the most ingenious component for its simplicity and lightweight. A threaded pushpin attaches to the tool and a machined aluminum chain breaker body threads onto that. Chain pin removal is easy, but to further save grams, there is no method for reattaching a pin. It is assumed most racer-oriented trail repairs will be made with a master link, so be sure to have a spare or two on hand. Lower down the Lezyne line the chain breakers do have this option.