Lezyne 3-Way Hex

Lezyne 3-Way Hex
Lezyne 3-Way Hex
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3-Way Hex by Lezyne
You gotta love it when a company figures out a way to throw an innovative spin on an old favorite. The folks at Lezyne have somehow always been able to tweak a tried-and-true design just a bit to genuinely improve it. The 3-Way Wrench is a perfect example of Lezyne's innovative thinking at work. The Lezyne 3-Way Wrench is a durable, shop-quality tool that's built to last. The CNC-machined, ergonomic design is comfortable, so you can put serious torque on it without tearing up your hand. Lezyne uses drawn and forged Chrome Vanadium steel bits to ensure long life. The real innovation here is that the two-piece body can be taken apart to replace worn bits. Lezyne even includes replacement bits when you buy the wrench, so already you know it will last twice as long as a standard 3-way. The Lezyne 3-Way Wrench comes in 3 versions: Small Allen Wrench (2, 2. 5, 3mm), Large Allen Wrench (4, 5, 6mm), and Torx (T10, T25, T30).

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