Amazon.sg:Customer reviews: Bicycle Repair Bag & Bicycle Tire Pump, Home Bike Tool Portable Patches Fixes, Fixe, Inflator, Maintenance For Camping Travel Essentials Tool Bag Bike Repair Tool Kit Safety Emergency All In One Tool
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I got this set for my 13 year old birthday to keep on his bike as needed. He loves to tinker and fix things on it with his friends and this enables him to do so. He was thrilled and has already used some of the special tools to fix specific parts. He did not like the way it attached so he throws it in his bag, which defeats the purpose for me but whatever. He's happy.
I like that I have tools I need in a compact bag. If I could change anything about this product it would be more color options and relocation of the zipper where I don't have to remove it everything I need something.
I believe the kit has all the essential tools you need to fix a bike, but the Velcro strips aren't enough to secure the bag into the bike frame. I just carried them in my survival 3-day pack as it is much easier, and you won't risk losing them on the road.
When i got a bike to take to school, the second day the bike broke. and it wsnt fixable. so i got another bike, and some parts broke off of it too, so i just went to amazon and and searched up bike kits, and bunch of kits came to my attention, but this one caught my eyes, so i bought it. almost all the tools have strudiness feeling to it, they are very easy to use, and the tire repair kit they have in there is really useful.
I would recommend this because it has changed the way i ride bikes now.
This was the exact kit I was looking for while on the road. I mainly used it for minor repairs such as seat, handlebar, pedal, and brake adjustment. The tools fit in nicely, were easy to use, and felt durable enough to withstand what I put them through. My only complaint was finding a place to attach the bag to the bicycle. The bag is either facing downwards or sides, and you must completely remove it to find the tool you need, which seems counterintuitive. I haven't had the chance to use the tire tools, but they look decent.