Easy and quick to handle and re-configure as you move around the bike. It can reach into those awkward places like through bottle cages. I don't know that you would call it 'superlight' - I don't think I'm going to carry this kit riding rather than some other multi-tool - but it feels fantastic to use, keeps the (good quality) bits organized, and is, well... handy.
Great tool! Well made, and will be in my bike tool box or in my saddle bag. Versatile for applying the right torque in difficult places. Took a minute to figure out how to use the tool, and wish a video on actual using the tool. If you ever used a torque wrench, you usually dial in the torque, and then tighten the fastener until you hit torque (the tool will then clicks(or vibrate/beep/ light up on higher end electronic wrenches)). Yes, some torque wrenches have a dial, and you tighten fastener and watch dial until you hit desired torque - just not instructions on how to use tool in box and I could not find one video of someone actually torqueing a fastener with it (just talking about tool). This one you just tighten fastener until the needle reaches desired torque (need your reading glasses for that). Probably need to tell people to be careful about over-torqueing the tool in the video (and try to torque on a pull stroke not a push), as it appears easy to over-torque this tool (such low torque values). I do not know if this one can be repaired if over-torqued or not? Most analogue torque wrenches go into metal recycle pile if over-torqued, and I have had several end up in the metal recycle pile! Not fun to do that with a $250 dollars Snap-on analogue wrench. One of the reason I have switched to digital torque wrenches, but do not like the $350+ price tag! Still a great tool for low torque applications on carbon fiber bikes. Will probably order another!
Great quality, craftsmanship and material. Easily fits into a small saddle bag. Purchased from REI.
nice tolerance, everything needed, quite light
Pre is ion tools. Compact & efficient.