Feedback Sports T-Handle Hex
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- One Color,2mmsale $11.04
- One Color,2.5mmsale $12.74
- One Color,3mmsale $13.59
- One Color,4mmsale $14.44
- One Color,5mmsale $16.14
- One Color,6mmsale $18.69
- One Color,t25 torxsale $16.99
Your hands will thank you.
When you turn your attention to a bolt you can't remember touching since buying your bike, don't even think about reaching for your multi-tool. Sure, it's convenient out on the roads or trails, but when you have bigger jobs and more involved fixes, it pays to have a solid set of full-sized hex wrenches. Feedback Sports uses solid S2 steel to craft its T-Handle Hex and gives you three ways to use the wrench, depending on the space you're working with. Use the T-Handle itself to reach far into a narrow spot, or use the shorter wrench heads on either side of the handle to generate more leverage.
- Add to your at-home shop with this versatile wrench
- Design allows you to reach difficult spots on your frame
- Durable steel construction will serve you for years to come
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
These are solid and have been working well. The locking screw on the top that holds it together does loosen up fairly quickly so it rattles until you tighten it down again.
Worth the investment.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I bought the whole set but I'm only writing the review for the 5mm.
I just wanted a better set of T handles with a smaller profile for wrenching on my bike. For the money this was a great set that fit in the range I was looking for.
I haven't really used them a ton, but I have used just about all of them recently when cleaning my bike and bleeding my brakes. They have a great weight and there's plenty of leverage, the hexes fit well and are definitely more precise than the cheapo's I had before.
If I had a criticism it would be that the sizes etched or screened on the wrenches are hard to read, I wish it was black text instead of white. It's not a big deal for most of us as we probably can all just look at a wrench and know what size it is, but I just thought I'd mention it.