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.

 

Specifications:

  • 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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MS
06/19/2021
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) $.

IP
06/09/2021
Ian P.
He-two travel kit

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

AA
05/31/2021
Arthur A.

JR
05/31/2021
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.

TD
04/28/2021
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?