Specialized EMT COMP review

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£21.99

No kitchen sink but pretty much everything else

BikeRadar verdict

70.0 out of 5 stars

"Very big and fully loaded. A good one for the mountain bike"

Sunday, September 30, 2007 11.00pm By

The EMT COMP fits in just about every tool you could possibly need and a lot of things that you probably dont for the road bike. The girth of the Comp errs on the side of mega rather than mini but at 211g its weight doesnt exactly bust the scales. The larger than average width makes the smaller, hard to reach tweaks a bit fiddly but its very comfy for the big jobs. Reaching the 4mm bolts on micro adjust seatposts are a real trial. For its sizable girth the small chaintool is very fiddly to use and a bit of a disappointment. The Teflon coated tyre lever on the other hand is a great one, especially when youve got cold hands. Comes with a protective carry pouch.Allen keys, 6, 8, 9, 10mm wrenches, T25 Torx, flat blade and Phillips screwdrivers, Teflon coated tire lever, chaintool, bottle opener, disc shims, disc pad separator

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Specification

Name:
EMT Comp
Brand:
Specialized Bicycles
Price:
£21.99

Tool Material:
Steel
Included in Multi-Tool:
Bottle Opener Flat Screwdriver
Description:
Also includes disc shims and disc separators
Weight (g):
211
No. of Tools Included:
20

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