Titanium Hex-Bit Ring

Nov 8, 2016

Category: Gear

The best multi-tools are the ones you barely notice you have on until you need them. This Titanium Hex-Bit Ring falls into that category.

Lets say you are out on a bike ride and you get in a bit of a wreck and you need some way to re-adjust your derailleur so you can get back into town. If you have this lightweight titanium ring on, doing so is just as easy as finding the right 1/4″ bit to insert (four are included with the ring), and taking a couple of quick turns of your wrist. Boom. Just like that you are on your way. Have particularly big hands? No worries. This size 12 ring includes a 2mm cutout for easy adjustment of size. Not a fan of wearing rings? No problem. This works just as well on your keychain as it does on your finger. Grab yours now for just over $30. [Purchase]

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