Bike Hand Bicycle Maintenance Tool kit @ Tredz £25.88 with code (see desc)
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Bike Hand Bicycle Maintenance Tool kit @ Tredz £25.88 with code (see desc)

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Found 2nd Apr
Seems a well rated bike toolkit, just ordered myself one.
to get this use the code TZESU5OFF on an order over £30 (1p off!!) so add some 89p brake pads from here or spend more on something you need tredz.co.uk/sea…?q= .
kit seems pretty complete for me though have added chain pliers and a chain wear tool from amazon.
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~30p extra for tire leavers instead of random disk pads tredz.co.uk/.Co…htm
Great price, looks exactly like my X-Tools kit apart from the colour, but this is £14 less than I paid.
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claz31 m ago

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I meant to add that, mine tracked quick at 43p
Edited by: "sixfoureight" 2nd Apr
It’s a great set I’ve had it about 4 years and used everything apart from one tool, I’ve always wondered what it was, I actually needed it a few weeks ago to change over a rf cinch by removing the crank.
otherwise
the cassette removal tool is excellent, I snapped the chainwhip and replaced with a solid parktools one ..
Anyone who uses the cheddar pedal spanner’s deserves to rip their hand on a chainring, use an Allen key on the inside pedal crank arm..
perfect for the majority of folk with regular shimano drive trains, if you run 11-12 speed SRAM you will need some additional tools,
Almost bought one!
thankls
thanks
Awesome cheers.
How to use it

Looks like a far more quality version of a bike set that I got on eBay, probably worth the extra £10 to get this one. Highly recommended if you go cycling a lot.
I have this and have used it for a free things. I'd say it's worth about £25. The RRP of £70 is ridiculous. Good kit though.
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At a glance, this looks very similar to the one Aldi usually have at £19.99 each April. If you have a convenient Aldi, might be worth waiting a few weeks for their cycling week.
This set is a lot better than the aldi set. I bought this a month ago to replace half of my bikes components as I could not find the set I had bought from Aldi (which I found after I ordered the new one) Parts are a lot higher quality, tyre levers are quite good and the bottom bracket tool is great since you can fit a ratchet to it.
sixfoureight7 h, 32 m ago

~30p extra for tire leavers instead of random disk pads …~30p extra for tire leavers instead of random disk pads https://www.tredz.co.uk/.Continental-Tyre-lever_63481.htm


Where do they go when they depart?
furiousbadger10 h, 57 m ago

This set is a lot better than the aldi set. I bought this a month ago to …This set is a lot better than the aldi set. I bought this a month ago to replace half of my bikes components as I could not find the set I had bought from Aldi (which I found after I ordered the new one) Parts are a lot higher quality, tyre levers are quite good and the bottom bracket tool is great since you can fit a ratchet to it.


Have to agree, I am Aldi fan just not for bike tools, I had their multi tool and on its first use it broke, I have two other muti tools that I have had for several years without problem. Same thing happend to the bike pump son pumping up tubeless ( you have to pump fast) and it broke! Chepo Edinbugh bike one still going strong.
sixfoureight14 h, 49 m ago

I meant to add that, mine tracked quick at 43p


Could have got teeny bit more at topcashback.. 3.15%
Have an older kit that is similar but is missing the chainring spanner but they regularly go on ebay auction from a chinese seller and manage to pick one up for 30p delivered. I bought the Halfords essential tool kit for £10 when it was on offer (another hotukdeals item) and that one looked like the Aldi version. Anyway the only difference between this one and many of the older bike toolkits appears to be the chainring spanner for actual tools although don't know if there is a difference in quality for the tools themselves. This one looks about the same quality as mine, neither better or worse. Plastic tyre levers can often break and metal ones can leave marks. The best ones are the metal core plastic covered type. I can't tell by looking at them what these are but they are much larger than the one's in my set and look like they could have a steel plate insert for strength with plastic moulded around it.
claz23 h, 16 m ago

Quidco 3% Thanks


Went through as %2 of purchase minus VAT
I have that tool kit (got it in another offer £30). I didn't get to used everything, but what I used seemed very durable and easy to use.

This tool kit is much cheaper than getting the components separately (obviously), just the chain whip and the cassette lock ring can be that much.

I saw 2 things that could be improved (so far). The levers are very big and I find it difficult to used them (I always end up using my small parktool ones) and the spoke wrench rounded up 3 spoke nuts in my wheel (although that may be just me not having enough patience).
Came today, seems good quality. Came with some mini bags of haribo too
sixfoureight51 m ago

Came today, seems good quality. Came with some mini bags of haribo too



To 'sweeten' you up eh? How on earth can you leave a bad review when they give away free haribo!? Even after watching the video explaining the tools i'm still clueless haha
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