Oumers Universal Bike Chain Tool With Chain Hook, Road and Mountain Bicycle Chain Repair Tool, Bike Chain Splitter Cutter Breaker, Bicycle Remove And Install Chain Breaker Spliter Chain Tool
Why Oumers: Oumers INC. mainly engaged in the development and export of Smart Gagdet, bluetooth & wireless products, and other High-tech electronic products. Products of high quality, stylish design. Oumers has always adhered to ” High quality products , good customer experience” business purposes. Committed to providing you with high-quality products and quality services. Specifications: Designed to quickly and accurately remove and install chain pins. Along with superior strength and durability, it features a handy “loosening shelf” to remedy stiff links after reassembly. The fine thread and comfortable size enable easy removal of even the toughest chain pins. Fits the following : Common bicycle chains of 7/8/9/10 speed, Works for all common bicycle chains.
- Handy, Durable and Well Made — Metal frame with grip coated by rubber for comfortable and anti-slip handling.
- Integrated chain hook holds links during assembly. Chain Pin Breaker
- Smart Design, Easy to Break, Easy to Re-chain — Unique groove on the top make it easy to see how far you have pop the peg out and to remove the cutted chain with peg out of the tool
- Compact design, portable
- Universal–Fits the following : Common bicycle chains of 7/8/9/10 speed, suitable for most of bicycles.
Handy for anyone who does bike repairs Great little chain toolI have been riding road bikes for 10+ years and done the majority of repairs on my and my gf bikes. I have picked up tools along the way and this one I am going to keep close by.I bought some high quality KHS Chains and replaced both the chains on our tandem in an evening. I like the fact I can remove my chain now just to clean it rather than using the messy chain cleaners used with the chain on the bike. I have a sonic cleaner so I can remove…
The tool was easy to use Item appears solidly made. It was my first time taking apart a bicycle chain. The tool was easy to use. I was making crafts so I took apart over 30 links the first day. While the tool can be used to put the pin back in (if the pin isn’t completely out), I found it easier to just use a hammer. While pushing the pin back in the far side link was able to bend requiring a hammer strike to return. I would not use this tool to put back a standard link while on a bike because of the bending. I…
I needed to shorten a new chain and wanted to try myself vs. taking my bike to a shop. This tool did the trick for me, but it wasn’t all easy.I’m not an expert bike mechanic, so maybe I just need some practice, but a couple of key takeaways from my use (that may be me, may be the tool, or may just be the way it goes) …- I saw enough videos that explained NOT to push the pin all the way out of the final outer link (to make it easier to push the pin back in again…