This little multi tool has a very convenient selection of tools, and the construction quality is surprisingly good. It feels better made than the folding Allen sets you buy at the auto parts store. A really handy tool to have around for the price.
I keep this bad boy in my Ogio Flight vest, and I probably use it once per day of riding, whether it's for me or someone I'm riding with that ends up being so glad I have it. It doesn't really feel like the most robust tool in the world, but that being said, I've used it a ton and it's never bent, broken, etc. It's very compact and fits about anywhere. Handy little tool to keep in whatever pack you ride with.
My 4 year old grandson grabbed this off my workbench and told me he liked & want this. He just likes it (as i do for including on my MTB/Enduro bike). Sure beats giving a 2 year old a knife I suppose. :)
The screw came out of the end and all of the tools on that side fell out. I'm sure some loctite would solve this problem. Also, the finish on mine came off from rubbing on other things in my pack, doesn't effect performance, but it sure made a mess.
I carry this tool with me on every ride and it has been used on almost every one. All my riding buddies know I have it and always ask for it. Handguard holding the throttle open after a dump? I got it. Need to drain the carb after a dump? I got it. Clutch lever need adjustment? Need to make an air screw or idle adjustment? You get the idea? Worth its weight in gold. I would have given it a 5 star rating but the tools are plated which make the edges a little rounded. But in a pinch this tool has you covered.
I bought this little tool for regular, quick trackside adjustments. Its great-If I need to adjust the airscrew on the carburetor, I have the right screwdriver to do it. If I need to adjust the suspension, I can take the front disc guard off my honda (5mm hex key) and adjust it with the flat head. If I need to adjust the rear, the tool will do it. If I need to check the oil level, I can take out the oil check bolt (5mm hex key). I would definitely pay the 5 or 6 bucks that it costs, because it will be worth much more at the track!