VeloChampion 2 in 1 Heavy Duty Tyre Levers and Missing Link Chain Opener
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“Clever” the principal word to describe these 2 in 1 Tyre Levers & Chain Link Remover. This new innovative product is cleverly easy to use. The robust plastic compound tyre levers are suitable for use on all bike types: road, mountain, hybrid, commuting and children’s bikes. Suitable for regular and carbon rimmed wheels, these heavy-duty levers will help you to remove your tyre quickly.
You can cleverly set up the chain link remover by interlinking in both tyre levers together to create a fully functional link remover. From here, by applying pressure to the tool and chain, the link will simply pop out to release the chain from the bike. A simple tool with multi-functional features which enables any rider to quickly change their chain.
The VELOCHAMPION 2 in 1 Clever Tyre Levers and Link Remover Tool will save you time and money. An essential piece of kit for any cyclist wanting to take care of their bike and carry out mechanical tasks themselves. We say that this tool is a fully functional 2 in 1 tool, but it can also be used as a deflating tool for inner tubes too.
Hear what @UKMTB_Chat had to say when they reviewed our Heavy Duty Tyre Levers and Chain Opener
"First impressions were that they seem really good quality, very robust and well made ...
I first tested them as a tyre levers as I swapped my tyres over in the garden. They performed really well. They got under the bead of the tyres easily, felt really comfy in my hand and I had enough purchase and force to be able to get off a really stubborn tyre held on with old sealant!
I then tried out the quick link removal function. The levers slide together to form an X shape, it’s really simple to do and there’s only one way they’ll go together. I had some old chains in the shed so set about trying to remove the quick links in them. The tool didn’t seem to move that much, so I was a little sceptical, however, this proved totally unfounded! The tool worked flawlessly, it easily removed the links, no struggle, no faff, just a quick squeeze and the chain popped apart."