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Unior Bike Tools focuses on riders with new multi-tools

Unior Bike Tools has released a new line of multi-tools, specifically designed to increase the versatility of cyclists’ portable tool range.
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Unior Bike Tools has released a new line of multi-tools, specifically designed to increase the versatility of cyclists’ portable tool range.

Four different models are available in the Euro Multi-Tool line-up, from basic models with the most common hex and torx bits to the EURO17, the fully equipped set with everything from chain tool to valve core remover.

Unior tools, who has been producing products since 1919, designed the range to fit into the consumer product category, whilst utilising materials and production methods used in the professional line. Unior’s multi-tools are designed and produced in the brand’s base of operations in Slovenia.

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In the new range, tool spindles are chrome plated with black oxide coated tips to ensure precise tolerance and greater durability, whilst Chrome Vanadium 4, Molybdenum Vanadium 52, Chrome-Silicon-Vanadium 5 are some of the high-end materials used in production.

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