Fix it.

The Fix It Sticks Replaceable Edition multi-tool lets you swap out its eight interchangeable bits for the job you need. With the same reconfigurable T-handle design you get with the original modular model, now you have even more options for quick adjustments and repairs.

  • Steel
  • Reconfigurable T-Handle
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Best stocking stuffer ever

    This is probably the easiest thing to gift to a cyclist, there aren't any cyclists (that don't already own a set), that wouldn't mind some Fix It Sticks. I do have to be honest, though. In use, it sometimes isn't the best form factor to quickly tighten and loosen bolts. But a very compact option. If you choose to carry the case and all the extra bits with you it becomes a little large, but if you just keep it to the two sticks and four bits, it's quite packable.

    Good design; a little heavy

      The tool is a little heavier than I imagined. It weighs 118 grams (or over a quarter pound), so its definitely not for the weight weenie. On the other hand, I think its design makes it more usable and provides better leverage than other multi-tool designs. I also like the flexibility to switch out the bits I take along on a trip.

      Best innovative tool available

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I love the idea behind these tools. Everything a basic multi tool has but in a much more useful form. Every time I use my tri wrenches I find myself needing to get into spaces that I can't and every time I use regular hex wrenches I wish I had better torque. Perfect solution.

      Shop quality repair tool

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These are the best tools, In the most limited space, you can carry a maximum tool set but it's only limited by the bits that you can find. It's a solid tool that will do solid work on your bike and can be carried in limited space in your jersey or pack.