Ritchey CPR12+ Multi-Tool

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The Compact Pocket Rescue tool is back! The first CPR Tool was first developed in 1992 out of race necessity. While leading a World Cup XC, Thomas Frischknecht's stem slipped, causing him to stop, tighten it and lose valuable time. Tom Ritchey knew he couldn't afford to send his riders across the world to race and have them not finish due to simple mechanicals. Thus, the CPR9 was born to solve this problem. Lightweight and reliable, the CPR tool was the first multi-tool designed to aid a rider in need while out riding or racing. Now the CPR12+ weighs in at just 96 grams and this investment cast CPR tool packs over 12 individual tools into one small easy to stash utensil.

  • Compact 2x3" design features a chain breaker, tire lever, Philips screw driver, T20, T25, 14g spoke wrench, Allen keys 2-6, 8
  • Resilient investment cast steel keys with alloy lever
  • Only 96 grams

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Product Name: Ritchey CPR12+ Multi-Tool
Manufacturer: Ritchey
Item Code: RIT275191
activity: Bike
dimensions (l/w/h): 760/500/10mm
tool type: Allen Hex Key, Chain Tool, Tire Lever, Torx
Model year: 2020
Color: Black
weight: 96g
manufacturer item code: PRD21063
Manufacturer page: http://www.ritcheylogic.com
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Gut durchdacht - mit Mängeln bei der Verarbeitung
Gewogene 98g bei 12 Funktionen sind voll akzeptabel.
Schade: der Speichennippelspanner greift zwar von vier Seiten, könnte etwas passgenauer sein. Ich würde ihn deshalb nur bei Messingnippeln verwenden. Am 8 mm Inbus platzte beim Pedal nachziehen an einer Fläche eine Chromschicht ab.
Prinzipiell ist das Werkzeug aber brauchbar.
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