OneUp Components EDC Tool System Black/Green, One Size


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  • Chain Tool: chain breaker
  • Hex Wrench: 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8mm
  • Spoke Wrench: 0, 1, 2, 3 spoke keys
  • Tire Levers: yes, Tire Lever
  • Other Tools: T25 Torx, Quick Link Breaker (10 and 11-speed), Spare Quick Link storage, flat head screwdriver, Presta Valve core tool, EDC top cap tool, spare chainring bolt, 12/16/20g CO2 cartridge storage


Brand: OneUp Components

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Forget wearing a pack on multi-hour weekend rides and hot laps around local trails when your bike's equipped with the ingenious EDC Tool System by OneUp Components. This innovative multi-tool nests inside your fork's steer tube, allowing you to bring everything required for trailside repairs without lugging around a bulky pack with multiple tools inside. The EDC Tool System is comprised of three separate parts. You'll find a compact multi-tool, chain breaker that doubles as a tire lever, and a bottom storage container that threads onto the bottom of the entire unit. The bottom storage container can be swapped out for a 12, 16, or 20-ounce canister of CO2 for inflating tires. Moreover, you'll find the EDC Tool System is compatible with OneUp Component's EDC Pump with bottle cage mount (sold separately), in case you'd like the entire system to fit in your water bottle cage, instead of inside your fork's steer tube. To ensure fork compatibility, check OneUp Component's website if you plan on fitting the EDC Tool System inside your steer tube. For preparation, you'll need to separately purchase the EDC Tap Kit and EDC Top Cap Kit by OneUp Components, so you can thread the inside of your fork's steer tube and maintain a secure interface for the EDC Tool System to safely nest inside. Please check the specs for an exhaustive list of all the included tools in this system.

Product details
  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 4 x 2 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B076CH6XWQ
  • Item model number: OneUp Components

It is always there, forgotten about until needed.

I put one on my Full Suspension trek Fuel Ex 9, and my 2014 Mukluk fat bike.

I was able to fit one of these into a Mukluk ridgid fork, where the steer tube diameter was ~0.3mm small in inner diameter than recommended. The walls of the tube are much thicker than on my other bikes. I milled down the upper most inner diameter (using a socket, wrapped in sandpaper, in a drill) until it was just within spec. .... it might be out of engineers spec now, so do this at your own risk!!! But it is plenty strong/thick, and I have zero worries about it.

All the reviews on the internet are correct: this is an awesome multi-tool. Carrying in the steerer tube is incredibly convenient, especially for cooler weather rides when just a water bottle suffices for hydration. The only downside is needing to purchase the tap to thread your fork. But, pro tip: buy the tap, then charge your friends $5 to borrow it when they get multi-tool envy. You'll recoup the investment fast.

One up so it is well built but. The tool is lacking for the price. I was caught up in the whole no carrying a bag thing. Well I think I would only use this in an area that I would not need a bag lol!!!

This tool is advertised with a quick link breaker. Fiddled with it while watching one ups tutorial on how to use it (which was almost completely useless) and had no success. Did some more research and found out I was not alone. The quick link breaker was one of the main reasons I purchased the tool and I am very disappointed to see that it is completely useless.

This is the coolest tool. I can put everything together and have it all in one place. Downside is everything is sold separate and pretty expensive but I think it’s worth the money just wish they had a bundle so I wouldn’t have had to place separate orders and wait for different shipments

This thing is neat and well-made. I also bought the matching pump to carry this tool strapped to my MTB frame. That's the best feature to me- I can carry all the tools I need, plus some extra stuff like a tubeless plug kit and some zip ties.

Tools seem solid. I haven't had to use any in the field yet (knock on wood), but in playing around with them in the garage, I think they would work the same as my crank bros. multitool that I was carrying in a seat bag.

I love this thing. It has all the tools you need, and when it is combined with the edc pump you have a very streamlined package for your jersey pocket. The only fault I have with it is it is possible to reassemble it into storage mode incorrectly, which will cause it to stick inside the pump. But really that was my fault for not paying attention.

This is a well-made product that I was able to use my first ride with it. The tool itself is easy to use; if I can use it with my leather gloves anyone can. It can be a little difficult to get closed sometimes, but otherwise is a well made, decently thought out product