Review: Review: Birzman Feexman 12 function multi-tool
The Birzman Feexman is a lightweight easy to use multitool containing enough, of the right, tools to be able to sort yourself out should something happen mid-ride.
I’ve used it over the summer, thankfully as little as possible, but whenever the need arose it stepped up to the plate admirably. Even I must admit to my surprise having an 8mm hex to help get my pedals off in an airport – with the wide grip of the tool I could get some heft into it and the pedals come off nicely!
Coming in at a little over 100g it is certainly light enough to pop into your jersey without worry – and it comes with a tasteful rubber green sheath if you are worried about gank in your pockets.
It’s very snugly put together, the tools all hold in place without any irritating rattles, and the overall design is very impressive.
Chain Rivet Extractor
Flat head screwdriver 5.5
Cross head screwdriver
Hexkey T25/2mm/ 2.5mm/3mm/4mm/5mm/6mm/8mm
At a penny under £30.00 it’s a great value, lightweight addition to your toolkit – and for those who are looking at longer journeys, per gram it offers significant piece of mind!