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Compare Bike Multi-Tools

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Score Product Price Our Take
85
$35
Editors' Choice Award
With 23 functions, the well-designed ToPeak Mini Pro 20 is as feature packed as multi tools get.
83
$34
The M19 is a well designed multi-tool with everything you need to handle most trail-side mechanicals.
80
$43
The F15 carries all of the vital functions in its innovative, easy-to-use design.
79
$45
Compact and lightweight, the Specialized EMT Pro MTB has good ergonomics and all the important tools for trail fixes.
79
$46
The Rx Micro-20 is easy to use and offers some unique tools among its 20 functions.
79
$45
Top Pick Award
The Switch Wrap's 15 functions and on-bike storage lets you leave your pack at home without fear of being stranded.
79
$35
Top Pick Award
The Ninja 16+ weighs less than any other tool we tested and still offers high versatility and capability.
79
$59
Top Pick Award
The innovative and feature packed OneUp EDC stores conveniently in your fork's steerer tube.
78
$30
Best Buy Award
Our Best Buy Award winner, the Tradesman has got you covered with 18 functions and a quality construction.
76
$35
With the RAP-21 CO2, Lezyne offers one of the most feature-packed and durable tools in our test at a low price.
75
$36
The small and lightweight Lezyne V10 has the essential tools for simple fixes and adjustments.
74
$53
The Euro17 will solve most of your trailside problems quickly and easily but at a premium.
61
$27
Park Tool is the undisputed heavyweight of bike tools, but its IB-3 multi-tool has poor ergonomics and questionable durability.