Entry level tools that provide solid and easy maintenance for the home mechanic; shop around for the best price
Too fragile, if our test sample is indicative, but worked well till it failed
Serviceable staple that gets the job done but would benefit from more precision
Decent budget tool for occasional removing/fitting UN or ISIS pattern cartridge bottom brackets
Simple and adaptable stand that almost makes amateur wheel truing into a pleasure
Another welcome addition to the casual fettlers' tool board—nice to use, not too nice to lend
High quality pedal spanner that's built for the long haul. Plus it opens your beers. What's not to like?
Traditional design with some well thought out little touches, cracking value as well.
A high quality workshop chain tool compatible with 7- to 11-speed chains. A must for the serious home mechanic.
Not the cheapest but definitely one of the best track pumps available and the Snap It head is a killer feature
Easy-to-use torque wrench that will handle the most commonly adjusted bike bolts
Effective tool for splitting, joining and peening a Campagnolo 11-speed chain at a fraction of the price of other options.
Good lightweight dry lube but possibly not vastly superior to others on the market
The best chain lube and cleaner on the market backed up by solidly performing products for keeping your pride and joy running sweetly
Good lightweight spray lube but not thick enough for chains
Iconic and extremely versatile corrosion-inhibiting spray. Every toolbox should have some
Tough, high-quality chain whip with loads of leverage
Nicely made tool for your track nuts. Comes in colours. Enough said
Worthwhile companion to your truing jig if you like building your own hoops
Good quality set of hex keys with a colour scheme that's more than just a gimmick