Chamber Bike Multi-Tool

Jul 2, 2015

Category: Gear

When biking, it’s always necessary to travel light. This, of course, means that you can’t exactly carry all of the necessary tools you might need should your bike break on the road. Now, there’s a bike multi-tool available that fits right into the palm of your hand.

Introducing the Chamber, a unique multi-tool for bicyclists with thirteen different functions. It uses a T-Bar system which ensures that users can easily access hard to reach areas. It has a sleek and snag free design so that it doesn’t catch on the inside of your pockets or equipment. It also has two options: fixed or ratchet. The Chamber, which is designed by Fabric, will be available in September 2015 for $55. [Purchase]

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