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Daysaver Incredible Multitool L shapePhoto c. Daysaver
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Straight outta Zurich, Switzerland, the people that brought us the Daysaver are at it again. This time, with two new multitool concepts, one dubbed the Daysaver Incredible Multitool, the other, the Incredible Tubeless.

The Incredible touts being fully customizable claiming that “not only can bits be combined exactly as needed. Bikers can also take it with them in the way they prefer. Whether in the bike, on the bike, in the pants/jersey pocket, or in the backpack – the choice is yours“.

Daysaver Incredible Multitool with and without insert
Incredible Multitool with insert sleeve (right) and Incredible Tubeless Tool (left)

Check out their Kickstarter here. the Incredible Multitool is available now with special deals. And if you’re quick you can get over 30% off. It looks like you can get both the Incredible Multitool, Incredible Tubeless Tool, and 2 handlebar mounts for a pledge of $139.

Shipping will be global and deliveries are predicted to start Jan 2024.

Daysaver Incredible Multitool high and low torque

The concept of the Incredible Multitool is that it has the advantages of an Allen wrench, being able to reach all of the screws on your bike while offering two different levers to apply the right amount of torque.

Daysaver Incredible Multitool bit storage

At the same time, the spring-loaded and lockable levers are foldable making the tool easy to store in indiscreet, out-of-the-way areas on your bike. There’s also integrated bit storage, using a sliding, magnetic mechanism that opens and closes allowing for quick and easy access… with or without gloves.

Daysaver Incredible Multitool mix match bits
Mix and Match bits for ultimate customization

The MixMatch bits, allow you to customize the bits that you take with you on your ride. Using a proprietary lock interface, the bits can be combined allowing you to bring only the tools you need without bringing the unnecessary. The stainless, hardened steel bits are also available for sale separately as well.

The Incredible Tubeless Tool/Chain Breaker

The Incredible Tubeless tool is another offering that is designed to provide a quick and convenient solution for tubeless tire repair. The tubeless tool is designed so that the plug is already equipped with the plugs while being stowed in the handlebar, making it immediately ready for use.

Daysaver Incredible Multitool chain breaker in use

It uses an aluminum design for durability even when being used with force, important to consider when fixing a broken chain using the tool’s patented chain guide.

Daysaver Incredible Multitool tubeless tool close up

To top off the tubeless tool, you’ll find a handy, included blade to remove the protruding plug ends. The blade actually looks large enough to partake in preparing some trailside charcuterie…

Daysaver Incredible Multitool mountied with quick release activated

There are a few different options to store the Incredible Multitool on your bike. The handlebar mount expands to match the inside diameter of your handlebar with a set screw. Removal is easy with the clever quick-release system.


Incredible Multitool

  • Hardened stainless steel
  • Approx. 60 gram
  • 96.5 x 14.5 mm
  • Bits included: HEX 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 (integrated in the tool), T25. Additional bits T10, T15, T20, T30, Plus (JIS), can be purchased

IncredibleTubeless tool

  • 6061 T6 aluminum
  • Hardened stainless steel, fiberglass reinforced polyamide
  • Approx. 40 grams
  • 99x16mm
  • Includes chain breaker, blade, tubeless plug

Incredible Mount

  • 6061 T6 aluminum, fiberglass reinforced polyamide
  • Approx. 8 grams
  • Handlebar end: diameter 26 mm, 2.5 mm thick. For handlebars with inner diameter 17-21mm


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Fake Namerton
Fake Namerton
1 year ago

So do you have to use their bits? That along with price would be a deal killer. Cost aside I like using Wiha hex bits on bicycle fasteners since they tend to be proprietary, soft, and have sloppy tolerances (Shimano crank pinch bolts I’m looking at you) so it’s probably the only thing I’d want to use in an emergency where a stripped bolt means hiking or wife Uber.

Ashok Captain
Ashok Captain
1 year ago
Reply to  Fake Namerton

+1 for S needing to improve their crank arm pinch bolt hex tolerances.

1 year ago

Wow thats so clever. These are on my next purchase list.

1 year ago

These type of tools does not exactly have excellent value for money, but really beautiful gems for the tool nerd. I have the original daysaver and love it, on each ride I just hope for the bike to break down so I can get it out and use it ;-).

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