Bicycle Tool Kit  £19.99 @ Aldi from Thursday 27th
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Bicycle Tool Kit £19.99 @ Aldi from Thursday 27th

£19.99ALDI Deals
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Found 21st Sep 2012
This will take some beating for value in bike tools ..

ncludes:

Freewheel remover
Bottom bracket tool
Chain Rivet Extractor
2 Cone Wrench
Chain Whip
Multi-size Spoke Wrench
8mm Hex Wrench
Crank Arm Remover
8/10mm Open-end Wrench
Cross-head Screwdriver
3 Tyre Levers
7-in-1 Multi-tool
Patch Kit
6ml Tube

4 Comments

Looks like a bargain price if the quality is ok, which I expect it to be at Aldi. Bought individually 4 or 5 of the tools could easily cost £20 and you could quickly save the cost by doing your own repairs. Also looks like a handly little case to keep everything together. I'll be taking a look on Thursday. Many thanks for the heads up.

Trentend

Looks like a bargain price if the quality is ok, which I expect it to be … Looks like a bargain price if the quality is ok, which I expect it to be at Aldi. Bought individually 4 or 5 of the tools could easily cost £20 and you could quickly save the cost by doing your own repairs. Also looks like a handly little case to keep everything together. I'll be taking a look on Thursday. Many thanks for the heads up.



I've always found the Aldi tools to be pretty poor quality, not sure I'd trust my expensive racing bike to a set of these tools, better probably to get what you actually need from Park Tools and get a small case from B&Q, a stripped thread is going to cost you a lot more than you'd save we've these.

mike

Halfords Essential Bike Tool Kit is £22,49 is this 1 better

mbuckhurst

I've always found the Aldi tools to be pretty poor quality, not sure I'd … I've always found the Aldi tools to be pretty poor quality, not sure I'd trust my expensive racing bike to a set of these tools, better probably to get what you actually need from Park Tools and get a small case from B&Q, a stripped thread is going to cost you a lot more than you'd save we've these.mike



Explain how these tools could cause you to strip a thread? If anything a poor quality tool would bend or break before you get to the point of stripping a thread. Poor quality tools mangling the heads of fasteners - possibly. Stripping threads - not a chance.
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