The Breaker Cycle Multi-Tool

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

The British team at Full Windsor released one of the best bike-specific multi-tools last year in the Nutter. After taking in plenty of customer feedback, the brand is back with a new and improved bike tool dubbed the Breaker.

The biggest complaint users had about the Nutter was the fact that it lacked a chain breaker. So it should come as no surprise that the new tool has been outfitted with a chain breaker, complete with a tool hardened stainless steel pin along with several other tools for the road. There’s a tyre lever with steel core, spoke key, 3,4,5,6,8mm hex tool bits, Philips head screw driver, T25 torx bit, and a bottle opener. The Breaker itself is cast from stainless steel that has been tool hardened for additional durability, and when it’s not in use slides right into the recycled leather pouch (available in jet black or burnt brown) for easy carrying. [Purchase]

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