Lezyne Launches a New Range of Multi-tools

Feb 8, 2021
by Ed Spratt  

Lezyne has launched a completely redesigned range of multi-tools with a focus on improved ergonomics and functionality.

The new range of tools features 23 different models broken down into the Rap II, V Pro, SV Pro, Super V and Super SV collections. Each multi-tool comes with Lezyne's new smooth-radius aluminum side panels for lower weight and better feel. In the V Pro, SV Pro, Super V and Super SV collections there is a dedicated thumb hold to make it more comfortable when you want to apply more torque.

bigquotesSo many multi-tools these days are designed almost as if disposability were a feature.

By pairing forward-thinking design, modern tool combinations and shop-quality tool bits with class-leading durability, we’ve been able to create a lineup of tools where each truly earns its place in a rider’s kit.
Micki Kozuschek, founder and CEO of Lezyne

Rap II


The Rap II multi-tools starts at $12.99 and can cost up to $34.99 for the 25 tool CO2 version. The Rap II collection of tools uses Lezyne's new 'Black Anti-Corrosive Technology' and a claimed weight of 82g to 187g.




V Pro


The V Pro also uses the new anti-corrosion coating but, this time there is just a choice of between 5 and 17 tools with prices starting at $17.99. The claimed weights for the V Pro are between 53g to 122g




SV Pro


The SV Pro offers the same range of tools and weights as the V Pro but, for this range of multi-tools, it switches the black anti-corrosion coating for stainless steel. Pricing for the SV Pro range starts at $19.99.




Super V


Super V multi-tools once again feature the new black anti-corrosion technology but, this collection features just two options offering either 22 or 23 tools. Prices for the Super V range are $39.99 for the 22 tool option and $49.99 for the slightly larger 23 tool option.




Super SV


At the top of the new range is the Super SV, this is almost identical to the Super V, but it swaps the black coating for stainless steel. This collection sees the prices raise to $49.99 for the Super SV 22 tool and $59.99 for the 23 tool version.




You can find out more here.


47 Comments

  • 22 0
 When doing some trail work I once came across a 'disposed' Crank Brothers multi tool. It was a bit rusty so I gave it a rub, been great ever since.
  • 28 0
 what! it granted you wishes for rubbing it?
  • 36 1
 @taprider: yep! Incorrectly torqued bolts for life
  • 7 1
 Was it an M19? Mine flash rusts every week. Love that little guy.
  • 2 0
 @sjma: yeah it is an M19 actually. Interesting!
  • 3 1
 Have the retention bolts loosened up on your yet?
  • 11 0
 @honda50r: yeah, I am waiting to find a second multi tool so I can tighten it up.
  • 11 0
 No wine corkscrew? FFS, what's a sommelier to do with that 8 year old chablis in the back country?
  • 1 0
 I have carried the same swiss army knife in my pocket since the late eighties. Once I turned 19, it was amazing how often that corkscrew came in handy... waitaminute, did I just come across as a wine connoisseur or a perpetual drunk?
  • 2 0
 @MB3: can’t you be both? Strive for greatness man!
  • 1 0
 @VwHarman: I find it’s difficult to be both a connoisseur and a drunk ... the more I drink, the less discerning my taste in wine gets...
  • 2 0
 @MB3: that doesn’t make you not a connoisseur, just perhaps a bit more generous of one after the 4th glass...
  • 4 0
 I have a heavy af lezyne multitool that i got 11 or 12 years ago as my first big mtb purchase after a bike and helmet, its a bit rusty now but its still going strong. its brilliant, but im bored of it, sometimes i wish it would break so i could do more gadget shopping without the guilt its never going to break though...
  • 1 0
 true enough I have a Lezyne tool in my pouch that I've used less times than I wished. It's a tank but it works great when needed. But if I were looking to shave 16 grams from my enduro kit....
  • 6 0
 That 23rd tool...For when 22 tools trailside just isn't enough...
  • 3 0
 And 22 tools for $39.99 but an extra $10 for one extra tool? It must be amazing.....
  • 1 0
 @onemind123: Actually, it's kind of a tool.
  • 2 1
 Stealthy black looks cool. However, silver/grey is much more useful as you can see the grease in it before putting it in your Jersey/shorts, which will then forever have a grease strain on them. Unless of course you dress like a ninja to match the black tool...
  • 2 0
 If they called it 'tactical black' they could charge the same as the stainless version.
  • 2 0
 There doesn't seem to be one tool that has every function, the top end have either anchovies or co2 inflator, I want both or I end up with a flat tyre with no hole in or a (briefly) pumped up tyre with a hole in.
  • 4 2
 Gave away all of my multi-tools to random people on the trail and now use a set of regular Allen keys, torx key and standard chain tool. Much easier to use in tight spaces!
  • 1 0
 I've got a bunch of Lezyne stuff. Its all pretty badass. Cool company with a great design group I've had the fortune to interact with a bit. Good people doing good work there.
  • 1 1
 While they look really good, I will still stick to me Fabric 16-in-1. Purely because I don't need the Torx 10 and Torx 30, so I don't see the need to carry the extra size and weight around when not needed. Yes I'm a weight weenie.
  • 1 0
 Big fan of Lezyne though! Both my lights are Lezyne, as well as both my pumps. Great stuff that has been working absolutely perfectly for over 5 years.
  • 2 0
 @Mattin: I’ve got a few year old lezyne multi that I just love. Chain breaker is super useful and robust too. It also came with a neoprene sleeve that it slides into and is perfect in the waist pocket of my tld shorts. Love their stuff!
  • 3 0
 Will this make me ride better?
  • 1 0
 Only if you buy it in stealth
  • 1 1
 If your bike breaks down and else you don't have the tools to fix it, then yes it does indeed.
  • 1 0
 Does anybody know of a tool that will fit in the swat compartment in my steerer? Mine broke and there is no ETA on a warranty tool
  • 3 0
 The only way to get one right now is if they're in stock at a dealer. The tool by itself has a part number but it's hard to find unless you already know it: 53219-9170. Here's a link to the product page:
www.specialized.com/us/en/swat-conceal-carry-tool/p/159279?color=240237-159279&searchText=53219-9170
Go to "Find Nearby" and cross your fingers that someone's got one physically in stock.

PS Pretty sure Lezyne manufactures Specialized's tools, for what it's worth.
  • 1 1
 @fullfacemike: 30 bucks for that little multitool, what
  • 2 0
 @fullfacemike:
Thanks dude. Yeah finding one in stock seems to be the trick
  • 1 0
 @CFR94: Try chatting with one of the reps of this website, they specialize on selling to bike stores not direct customers, so they sometimes have the odd type spare parts.

www.biketechusa.com
  • 2 0
 i do not like multitools where the storage /handle gets in the way of using the tool.
  • 2 0
 I don't see the need to make 100 variations of a multitool. You just need one good one!
  • 3 0
 The question is do I need another multi tool? The answer: yes I do!
  • 1 0
 I have that problem - can we get help?
  • 1 0
 @Molesdigmyjumps: lol right?!?!
  • 3 0
 What's wrong with carrying a full tool box and a workstand on a ride, eh??
  • 1 0
 It was odd to me that a Park multi I recently bought I threw away as quick as I did. Glad to see the word ergonomic being considered in the design process.
  • 1 0
 Being mentioned...let’s hope they actually considered it!
  • 1 0
 What about 72826? Or a tool for the side of your bike kind of a lateral mount?
  • 2 1
 I haven't had good luck with their products. Hopefully these multi-tools kast longer than their pumps, and co2 fittings.
  • 1 0
 @edspratt you have the V-Pro spec sheet shown under the Super-V tool.
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