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Fizik Alpaca Tool Carrier hides tool, CO2s under their saddles w/o limiting dropper posts

fizik alpaca integrated tool storage for saddles
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If you’re riding either of Fizik’s Alpaca saddles, the new Alpaca Tool Carrier will discreetly mount a mini tool and two CO2 cartridges underneath. The design makes it easy to stash things under the saddle without having to open a bag, and it won’t interfere with dropper seatposts either!

fizik alpaca integrated tool storage for saddles shown using CO2 chuck to inflate a mountain bike tire

The mini tool, which really embodies the word “mini”, packs quite a few tools into its diminutive size:

  • Hex Wrenches – 2/2.5/3/4/5/6/8mm
  • Screwdrivers – Phillips/Flat head
  • Torx – t-25/t-10
  • Inflator Head
  • Two reusable zip ties

fizik alpaca integrated tool storage for saddles

The CO2 sleeves are removable, so you can run just the tool kit. Retail is $40 (€/£ 40), and it attaches to either the Alpaca Terra & Alpaca Gravita mountain bike saddles.

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Joenomad
Joenomad
2 years ago

I have never had a problem with opening a saddle bag to get to tools or tubes, plus it keeps dirt off them versus this type where the tools are open to the elements and no option to carry a tube.

edgardo reyes
edgardo reyes
2 years ago
Reply to  Joenomad

I kind of like that it keeps things from rattling and slightly easier access,. I also like the integrated inflator head.

Alex
Alex
2 years ago
Reply to  Joenomad

If you use a dropper post with a FS mtb when you bottom out the suspension the tire will smack into a saddle bag. I’ve had them completely fly off the bike before.

Time
Time
2 years ago
Reply to  Alex

spot on and why nothave a better mouse trap when someone makes a better mouse trap?

M.K.
M.K.
2 years ago

No place for spare tubes and no chain tool. No thank you.

Kai Ling Man
2 years ago

That’s all well and good, but where do you store the spare inner tubes?

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