The ultra-compact tool for on-the-fly adjustments.
- #2 and #3 Phillips
- +10MM Wrench/Bottle Opener
- +4MM Allen Key
- +Flat Head
- +Goggle Squeegee
- +Ultra-Lightweight, Pocket-Friendly Design
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A little too small
Yes, it is small so it's easy to carry around but if you need to really crank on something then look elsewhere. Also after a while the screw bits don't fit too well. I lost the phillips in the snow. Finally ended up replacing it with a dakine tool
Pretty good tool, great size. The screw bits, in mine at least, don't fit in very good, and are almost useless for some jobs. The wrench has a bit of an attitude problem too, in the sense that it has troubles fitting bak into its nesting place after use. Those are pretty much my only complaints, and maybe I got a dud, but that's okay. I just use my Skeletool now anyway.
Small, durable, and very useful on the slopes. Easily fits into a pocket and light enough to not know it is there. All the tools (except the goggle squeegee, which is on the outside) fit inside of it and it very easy to open and change out.
everything and more
It didn't seem too solid when i got it, but as soon as i used it to adjust my buddies bindings i became a believer. It has every tool you'll need for your ride and you don't even notice it in your pocket. If you ask me, the very best tool it comes with is the wrench which doubles as a bottle opener, this has come in handy a few times already.
Very handy little tool and fits in the palm of your hand. Very easy to store in a pocket without worries of landing on it and getting injured!
Best tool for non backpackers for sure. So small you don't even notice it in your pocket. But when you need it, you'll be glad it's there.
Tiny and handy
This tool isn't much bigger than the car unlocker deal you keep on your keychain, but it's much more useful on the mountain. I can wrench on my bindings without any problems, which saves me lots of time trying to find a tuning station on the hill. Well done, burton.
Best compact tool for non back packers!
Imagine packing one of those ratchet tools in any on of your pants/jacket pockets and wiping out on hard packed ice? it'll bruise for sure. fall with the zip and you wont feel much. this tool came in handy in so many occasions that i lost count. compact, easy to use, perfect pocket tool. i only wished the magnet in the bit slot was stronger.