- Enough tools to cover every eventuality
- Lightweight and compact design
- Neat neoprene sleeve
- Some tools too small for effective use
- Chain hook easy to lose
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As it name suggests the Topeak Mini Pro 20 multi-tool includes 20 different functions within its sleek black anodised body.
Carried neatly in an easily accessible neoprene sleeve to protect the tool and stop it rattling in your bag the Mini Pro 20 features a full repertoire including tools most road riders will never need.
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The Allen keys come in sizes from 2mm to a massive 10mm adapter that slides onto the 8mm so crank bolts can be tightened if needed.
There are both flat head and Phillips screwdriver for tweaking gear limits and Torx T25 and Torx T10 bits mostly used for hydraulic brakes.
The chaintool is of a more practical removable design and functions very well, it also has a neat wire chain hook to de-tension the chain, nipple keys and another Allen key to tighten the main body.
The tools themselves are made of hardened steel and the sizing is very accurate. In use the short length of most of the tools prevented full, effective use, especially the screwdrivers whose position in the middle of the tool made it difficult to access front derailleur screws.
The chaintool worked well and overall it will get you out of most spots of bother.
The Mini Pro 20 is a fully equipped multitool small and unobtrusive enough to carry in a jersey pocket. Due to the size some of the tools are really for emergency use only and not as functional as some of the larger tools on test