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Crank brothers multi tool incl chain splitter mtb bike - £13.99 plus £2.99 or spend £2.01 for free shipping @ CRC
Posted 7th AugPosted 7th Aug
Crank Brothers B-17 Multi Tool Despite its compact design, crankbrothers has managed to pack 17 different bike tools into this tidy unit. Containing 17 of the the most popular too… Read more
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This is correct - how are you going to remove the broken link(s) without a chain tool!?


There was some issues with other brands saying they are not compatible with 11 speed. For me I think it would be ok to push the out the rivet and rejoin with a powerlink etc. It’s only an issue with new rivets as the punch makes the hole on the plates larger.


Chain tools are not specific to brands or number of gears, so you will be fine.


My current tool is bulky and a chain tool is always handy with a link, especially when you’re 50 miles from home. Is it compatible with 11 speed road chains?


The chain splitter is as roobot says to fix a broken chain while out , I’ve broken chains a few times and a quicklink and a little chain tool is the difference between abandoning a ride to push home or get picked up or fixing it and carrying on, some people are so precious on weight (lol)

JCB18-MT-5 Cordless Multitool and 5ah battery + Charger £50 at B&Q in-store clearance Bangor
Posted 6th AugPosted 6th AugLocalLocal
Marked down from £100 to £70 online but only £50 in-store Bangor North Wales. Includes charger and one 5ah battery. Also got a spare 5ah battery for £10 reduced from £40, showing a… Read more

I agree, it appears most their tools get poor reviews, but with the 5 year warranty I'm less worried. I tend to buy decent tools for the tools I use a lot (drill/ impact driver etc) and then buy Lidl/titan etc for things I don't use very often (chainsaw, angle grinder, sds). I think this would be good for a DIYer but can definitely see why people would spend more, however the Makita one is double the price as a bare unit so I took a punt :-)


Amazing price, sadly terrible reviews.

Leatherman Wave Plus Multi-Tool £102.89 Inc Del @ CPC Farnell
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Posted 4th AugPosted 4th Aug
Couldn't find it cheaper anywhere else including delivery. Very popular model for good reason. It's £150 on Amazon but they won't sell many at that price! An international best-… Read more

Seconded. The service from Leatherman's agents, Whitby & Co, is staggeringly good. A real lifetime guarantee that they actually stand behind. Never a question asked, they just sort things.


Except it’s not just a penknife though is it. Like most things in life you get what you pay for ;)


Nope legal to carry with good reason ie, on the way to work and back. from Examples of good reasons to carry a knife or weapon in public can include: taking knives you use at work to and from worktaking it to a gallery or museum to be exhibitedif it’ll be used for theatre, film, television, historical reenactment or religious purposes, for example the kirpan some Sikhs carryif it’ll be used in a demonstration or to teach someone how to use it


I use my leatherman wave every single day of the year, the manufacturer is amazing, a few years ago I broke a the wood saw blade when cutting down a 3 inch tree and asked about a new blade and they replaced the whole thing free of charge, a couple of years later I sent it off for a service and blade sharpen and they said a blade had changed style and was no longer available so again they sent a brand new one AND returned my cheque for £10 which I was had enclosed to pay for the service. I also have a Gerber and the Wave is so much better for me. I don't sell these nor have any connection with the company I just can't say how useful this thing is to me. Sorry for gushing, this was really in reply to "£100 for a penknife" Cheers op


Victorinox Rally Swiss Army Pocket Knife (Multi Tool, 9 Functions) Red £8.81 Prime (+£4.49 non Prime) Delivered @ Amazon
Posted 28th JulPosted 28th Jul
A handy but versatile pocket knife here from Victorinox, works out a nice price especially with Amazon Prime for free delivery. NBP based on Victorinox website. Description Al… Read more
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Great, cheers


Sadly no scissors which is must have thing on these knives. Good price hence heat!


Handy little knife, i have loads of these. Lo (ninja) t of little knife for the money.


Ive got one of these and a couple of the Escort one (same height, just a blade and a nail file, £5.99 on Amazon). They are about the same height as a credit card and I keep one in my pocket and in the car at all times as they are super useful. YMMV but I prefer the thinner Escort as its a bit less weight in your pocket, but if you drink a lot of bottled beer, this ones probably for you.


Yes checked on victorinox website and realised the pics on amazon were wrong :( fixed now.

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Crankbrothers Y-12 multitool (Allen/hex keys) cycling tool - £5.99 plus £2.99 postage @ CRC
Posted 21st JulPosted 21st Jul
Crank Brothers Y-12 Multitool Free postage on £16 spend (buy 3) Housed in a unique, shield-shaped body, the Crank Brothers Y-12 Multitool is built to garner more leverage on har… Read more
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Mine four.


Mine three.


New crank arms time maybe. Yes you need a bottom bracket tool (y)


It’s the bit that connects the crank to the bike. I assume I need some sort of socket wrench type but neither Halfords or decathlon had any when I went last week. I’ll ask in my local bike shop tomorrow. I hope the pedals not threaded though that’s what happened last time. I accidentally clipped a tree stump the other day and it’s been a bit wobbly since but that’s what happened when it fell off in March.


No, it doesn’t. If your pedals have a hex socket in the back of them, you could tighten your pedals up from the reverse side of the crank though

Dremel 8220 Cordless Rotary Tool 12V, Rotary Multi Tool Kit £95.99 at Amazon
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Posted 21st JulPosted 21st Jul
Dremel 8220 Cordless Rotary Tool 12V, Rotary Multi Tool Kit with 2 Attachments 45 Accessories, Front LED Light, Variable Speed 5000-35000rpm for Cutting, Sanding, Drilling, Carving… Read more
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I got the 3 attachment bundle for a little bit more last time.


Seems price is now 133?


These are worth every buck


Lol, that was quick based on the comments in the other post :-)

Victorinox Classic SD Pocket Knife,Red ,58 mm - £11.96 Prime / £16.45 Non Prime @ Amazon
Posted 17th JulPosted 17th Jul
Sold by Amazon Blue Black blade, small scissors nail file screwdriver 2.5 mm key ring toothpick tweezers It all started with the Swiss Officer’s Knife – and more than a … Read more
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Had one for nearly 40 years. Great little knife (y)


It was at it's cheapest 2 weeks ago.


got a good deal for that model of time machine???


Tune (y)


Your comment made me think of ........................ 'I'm a picker I'm a grinner I'm a lover And I'm a sinner I play my music in the sun' It was the word 'midnight' (embarrassed) (y)

DeWalt DCS355NT 18v XR Li-ion Brushless Multi Tool Bare Unit TStak Accessories - £155 delivered @ ebay / folkestonefixings
Posted 16th JulPosted 16th Jul
Great piece of kit, if your into the dewalt range and already have the batteries. In my experience FFX are great to deal with too.

With the £10 off voucher when you spend £80, brings it down to £190 with the accessories, case and 4ah battery


What do you mean? Buy it bare then buy the case, battery and any accessories?




£200 at toolstation with the case and 4 ah battery, can anyone find it cheaper currently?


Thinking about it, look up what that carry box is (model number will be somewhere) and I suspect it will be cheaper to get that £105 set and the box than the £150 complete set.

Gerber Suspension & Folding Airlift Knife (Click & Collect only) £28 at Cotswold Outdoor
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Posted 13th JulPosted 13th Jul
Looks like a fantastic price for the Suspension, which goes for around £50 elsewere, with a small knife thrown in. Might suit you as a consolation prize if you missed out on the Ce… Read more
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I gave outcomes it was kind of the basis of the point I was making, maybe you didn't read my comment as you were probably rushing to jump on and pick me apart as you said. If you think this is the best place to come for legal advice it's not, but most people don't need to panic and stress about getting involved with a multi tool deal


Accurate information is incredibly important in this situation. You were arrested twice, you said. But you failed to give any context or details on the blades you were carrying or what the outcome was


As you said your intention is to pick apart my argument then there is not much point in this. I have been arrested while carrying knives more than twice as I have already said. So I have an idea of how it works. You think what you think and I will know what I know!! It's irrelevant to the deal anyway as there is no stock left.


You are either just making this up or aren't putting across that you have a good understanding on the law. It's difficult to pick apart your argument because you haven't specified what a small and medium knife is, and if they have locking mechanisms or not. The police can only act within the law and a folding knife with a cutting edge of less than 3 inches, that doesn't lock, requires no explanation. There may be some exceptions, like if you were to take it with you, out on a Saturday night when you are getting drunk. The onus of proof that you were going to use it as a weapon is on the police. A cutting edge that is longer than 3 inches, any sized fixed or locking, it is down to the person carrying it to be able to prove in court they have a good reason to be carrying it. Just to be clear, a 1 cm blade that is fixed cannot be legally carried without good reason Also, like you alluded to, anything can be an offensive weapon if that is what it is intended for. A tin of baked beans, for example, you say to the police it is for self defence and you could be arrested and charged with carrying an offensive weapon in the same way as if you were carrying a 12 inch blade


Combat knives are banned, flick knives only really have one purpose and huge lock knives are a no no. Other than that I wouldn't worry, your small knife may be absolutely no questions asked within the law, but if you misuse it, or wave it about in an aggressive way you will be arrested. The police would treat you carrying a medium size pocket knife the same as a hammer. What you doing with it, where you going with it and what are you're intentions.

Penknife - 15 in 1 £2.39 + £4.50 del @ Mountain Warehouse
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Posted 12th JulPosted 12th Jul
£11.99 Save 75% Now £2.99 + extra 20% off with code MIDM201 If ever there was a tool for all occasions, the Mountain Warehouse Penknife would be it. Fitted with fifteen separate fe… Read more

swiss army is the way to go


I picked up one of these for £2.99 when they were doing the free delivery a couple of weeks back, it turned up yesterday, I was expecting it to be tat but it’s not bad quality


Worst nightmare with delivery!!! Never again




Hahahaha.. just received an email saying it's been shipped today.. (lol)

Leatherman Signal multitool at Cotswold Outdoors for £80
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Posted 12th JulPosted 12th Jul
Available to order for in-store collection. The Leatherman Signal is a well equipped multi-tool that will ensure you have everything you need for both the expected and unexpected… Read more

Being at work yes. Going to and from work... Apparently not. But obviously if it's in your tool box or whatever you'd be fine I'd imagine


it's legal if you have a reason to carry, like going to/from work where you use it, or being at work


It's not legal to carry at all. It's a locking blade and I think over the certain length. Anyway you can modify it using a washer so it doesn't lock. Then I think it's legal to carry. But you should only need to carry it if you've got a reason to. And I have a skeletool and it's rubbish imo. Definitely worth paying more and getting the wave. The skeletool is light and the driver is so off centered it's horrible to use.


The skeletool I would keep it in my car / bag but I am not sure it’s legal to have it with you outside the house.


Leatherman multitools are the sole leaders in that niche market, even the likes of Victorinox (costing the same) lag behind them by a wide margin. when it comes to most products... sometimes you pay X for a modest quality product and to get something twice as good you have to spend 5X or this case I'd say that is a rare exception, you can spend half of what a leatherman cost and get a product that's only 20% as good, Gerber being the modest alternative, their products are utter rubbish compared to LM there is a reason why they are so ubiquitous, you're not buying a gimmick fiddly toy, you're buying a premium tool designed to be a work horse, I've been using my Wave (now Wave+)daily for around 8 years, lots of different jobs, gardening, building, industrial, as a hobbyist maker...etc etc. you break it...they send you another(I sent my beaten up but still perfectly functional one and they replaced it for free with the newer model) just listen at (IMO) the most experienced professional tradesman in youtube Adam Savage, an amazing maker with his daily essential carry in short, no, there is no replacement for a LM...Unless you plan to buy something that you're not going to use, in that case is best to just not buy anything


Down to £19 nowJust cancelled my order that was £24 due tomorrow and reordered then thought I’d post on here and seen people only receiving 1 blade. 😡


One (mad) blade arrived, another size in transit. No doubt the same...


Only 1 sent - barks!


Just contacted amazon cannot replace only refund I'm keeping the one they sent!


yup same here only 1

Stainless Steel Penknife 15 in 1 Multi tool - £2.99 (delivered) and possible extra 15% off @ Mountain Warehouse
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Posted 25th JunPosted 25th Jun
Got an email from Mountain Warehouse this morning stating that they are offering free UK delivery for this weekend only [EDIT: Ends midnight tonight = Monday 29/6] I nearly bought… Read more
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I ordered a bunch of things from them last weekend, received a couple but most still pending - spoke to them yesterday and they're just snowed under apparently.


anyone had a delivery....they stated 7 days but its been more


Lol. Me too - Curse of HUKD (embarrassed)


Not sure why I keep buying these damn things. They just look so cool and are so tactile. I've got quality ones from Leatherman and Victorinox and cheap ones from supermarkets and online and they all just sit in their little pouches in a drawer and are occasionally removed to be admired. On the rare occasions that I actually need a tool, I just reach into my toolkit and pull out the proper tool!


If you want a quality multitool for reasonable cost (c£13 up), and not in a hurry, you can do much worse than look up a Ganzo at AliE. They are all 440C steel, 57 HRC - specs literally unheard of for the price. Look up reviews on youtube if you need more details. The G202, also come in black as G202B, is a particularly good choice, available under £15 incl p&p to escape import tax limit currently. Ganzo is an independent knifemaker of note - you can slice thin slivers off paper with them blades on one of these babies as delivered.

Victorinox Huntsman Swiss Army Knife Red £22.61 @ Amazon
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Posted 6th JunPosted 6th Jun
Victorinox Huntsman Swiss Army Knife Red £22.61 @ Amazon
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Cheapest i have seen it. A popular SAK with woodsaw and scissors as well as the basic tools.

Sorry for the late reply. It was Amsterdam Airport about 20 years ago, it was in my hand luggage so quite dangerous to take on board .


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"through airport customs" "put in bin" so he had it in his hand luggage. Taken a few to HK in checked luggage and had no problems.


No way, was this in a UK airport? I thought these penknives could be taken when in checked in luggage?


(excited) heat ! Lost mine going through airport customs, secure in suitcase in toiletries bag, they didn’t like it ! Had to put it in the bin 🗑.. that was hard to do,

Victorinox Manager Swiss Army Knife £14.68 @ Amazon (+£4.49 non-prime)
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Posted 1st JunPosted 1st Jun
Victorinox Manager Swiss Army Knife £14.68 @ Amazon (+£4.49 non-prime)
My favourite of the keyring sized Vic's - I carry one every day. Cheapest I've seen it.

No, I had a completely valid reason to be carrying it. So I would have been fine. I would be lucky if a law was broken, but no laws were broken. And it is not the polices full discretion at all, if they decided to arrest you it is at the discretion of the court. And if you have no intention of using it to harm anybody then there will be no evidence of that and not even reach court. And if it did it would certainly get thrown out at that point. It is a right that we have to carry a knife within the specifications and I intend to do so unless it becomes illegal. You can have the opinion that you shouldn't carry, and that people shouldn't encourage people to carry. But stating things as fact that are blatantly false just makes you look silly.


You were just lucky, the exception rather than the rule. The police will arrest you for carrying a weapon of any sorts (even a screwdriver). The intention of said weapon is at the polices full discretion. Just don’t carry knifes on the street and don’t encourage people to do so


I think what you mean to say is "don't carry knifes in public if you intend to use them as a weapon." Because that is a good point. If it was used as a weapon, for purposes of attacking someone, then yes you could get in trouble. But you are missing the point. If that happens you are getting arrested regardless for attacking someone. It would be the same for a fist full of keys of a screwdriver. I have been stopped by police with a leatherman on me, (two blades over 3 inches, both locking) and everything was hunky dory, because I had a good reason. Just stop, it's boring.


You clearly have no understanding of the law in the UK. Perhaps you need to read a book


You literally added the unless part your self. Anything can be a weapon if the police find you had intent to use the weapon. Read the law mate. Don’t carry knifes at all in public or you will be arrested

Topeak Hexus x cycling multitool £12.25 + £3.99 del @ Millets
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Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Topeak Hexus x cycling multitool £12.25 + £3.99 del @ Millets
£16.20£17.206%Millets Deals
Best price with delivery I could currently find for a good multitool

Happy days (y)


Well I was lucky mine turned up (y)


Handy tool!


I didnt realize until I "bought" that bag that their parent company had bought out gooutdoors - I'm expecting that place to go downhill pretty rapidly


Rest assure it will come back in to stock, they like taking your money and keeping it for a while before refunding ;)

Rutlands Multi Tool Accessory Set - 7 Piece £9.95 + £3.95 delivery at Rutlands
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Rutlands Multi Tool Accessory Set - 7 Piece £9.95 + £3.95 delivery at Rutlands
I love a multi-tool bargain, and this looks to be a good quality set (Well, I'm buying one). I've bought from this company before, and trust that their stuff is so much better than… Read more

Are there any brands to look out for? New to the Multi Tool market :) Need a set of accessories for mine, but the price and range seem mad.


But if you are not in a rush, then I would suggest that you wait for Aldi / Lidl to get their selection in. Not been around for a while, so I would say it is due soon. The price is good, and I have had no issues with the qulity so far.

DeWalt DCS355M1 18v XR Li-ion Brushless Multi Tool 1 x 4Ah TStak + Accessories - £171.90 delivered using code @ FFX / eBay
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
DeWalt DCS355M1 18v XR Li-ion Brushless Multi Tool 1 x 4Ah TStak + Accessories - £171.90 delivered using code @ FFX / eBay
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Dewalt DCS355M1 18v XR Li-ion Brushless Oscillating Multi Tool - 1 x 4.0ah Li-ion Battery, TSTAK Case and Accessories.The DEWALT DCS355M1 XR Oscillating Tool is fitted with a brush… Read more

Yes, they're really useful for stuff like that


Would this be any good for taking up t&g floorboards? Whilst I know that I’d be better off with a circular saw for that application, I just don’t see that having as many other potential use cases as a tool like this, only I’m not sure if one of these would have enough grunt for proper 30’s boards?


I would have been all over it too if only i had known!


You may consider also same deal on eBay same seller without battery and charger 130.50 if you have already 24h delivery.


That was a deal to consider...

Bibury Multitool 14 in 1 £13 (Prime) / £17.49 (non Prime) Sold by BIBURY and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
Bibury Multitool 14 in 1 £13 (Prime) / £17.49 (non Prime) Sold by BIBURY and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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14 in 1 Multitools Pliers with Can Opener, Scissors, Light, Pocket Size EDC Multi Tool with Nylon Pouch for Fishing, Outdoor Activities, Home Improvement, Camping - Black … Read more

Agree. You can generally assume that the reviews that include photos of boxes etc are done in return for free product, so you can pretty much ignore the ratings.


I would bet money on it being reviews from people given it for free.


I've yet to see a £4 tool at this size, with this many tools, and all those good reviews. In fact I don't think I've seen a £4 one with any of those 3.



"The scissors tool is a patented design,can handle some easy cutting job." Nothing too difficult though.

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