HX-TWO Travel Kit

23 reviews

What is it?

HX-TWO is the travel version of our top-selling HX-ONE Home Essential Kit.

Who's it for?

The uncompromising cyclist and home mechanic who desires the finest tools.

Why We Designed It | Product Specs

Why We Designed It:

Few tools are used as frequently and can cause as much heartache or wasted time as the seemingly simple Hex and Torx® keys. It’s one of the first things you notice at the top levels of motorsport tools, or in the toolboxes of Pro-Tour mechanics: extremely high-quality tools. The reasoning is simple, better tool fit leads to better feel and confidence for the mechanic as well as a significant reduction in the likelihood of damaging exotic fasteners made from Titanium or Aluminum.



  • High Strength S2 steel tools
  • Precise tool interface dimensions
  • Polymer coating for superior grip
  • Laser etched size indication
  • Compact tool holder
  • Hex Wrenches: 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10mm
  • Torx® Wrenches: T7, T8, T9, T10, T15, T20, T25, T27, T30
  • PLEASE NOTE: The T7 tool features a 100-degree bend rather than a 90 degree for improved control and access to very small fasteners
  • Lifetime Warranty

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Customer Reviews
4.8 Based on 23 Reviews
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Mike S.
The little things

Joy in small things. They are probably the best wrenches for bikes out there. I love the high friction coating. The ends are tough and sharp. Worth the (often on sale) $.

Ian P.
He-two travel kit

Has every tool you need for you bike and made to last

Arthur A.

John R.
Travel Kit Allen Keys

These Allen keys are well made and very close fitting. I recommend them to anyone who is considering buying a set.

Timothy D.
Nice metal - bad info

Solid clean metal. That the measurements for each are stuck behind the front row is a bit of a pain having to move the front row to see the mm size. Maybe place a second identification on the back of the holder as well?