With almost unrivalled functionality within every one of its tools the RxM should be top of every rider’s list. Ok, there are some features we would like to have been included so it’s not perfect but the usability is spot on
Excellent functionality of all the tools on offer
Comfortable composite body feels great in the hand
Lack of Torx or Phillips head tools
Chunky design takes up a lot of space in a saddlebag
By James Bracey
The Pedro's RxM multi-tool is very comfortable in use, with an ergonomic housing made of a tough black composite complete with the easily identifiable yellow logo. The RxM has the feel of a workshop tool and similar functionality.
The RxM doesn’t have a massive range of gadgets; it is predominately an Allen key set of good length with everything present from 2.5mm to a usable 8mm adapter fitted solidly on the 6mm.
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The nice thing about the Allen keys on the RxM is that they are positioned sequentially; I lose count of the times I fold out a 4mm when it should be a 5mm and then struggle to find the correct one on a poorly laid out tool — not so with the Pedros.
The chain tool is removable, which aids practicality, and all of the tools are manufactured in corrosion resistant heat-treated steel.
The tool functioned faultlessly, but it would be better if it lost the Mavic-specific spoke key and included a Phillips screwdriver.
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