There’s been a steady stream of new products from Silca lately, and they don’t seem to be slowing down any time soon. This time, it’s a new multi-tool that packs in a few more tools than previous versions.

Silca unfolds larger Italian Army Knife Venti to carry more tools

A step up from the Italian Army Knife Nove (9 tools) and Tredici (13 tools), the Venti cranks it up to 20 using the same flat profile of the existing tools.

Silca unfolds larger Italian Army Knife Venti to carry more tools

Now you’ll find a chain tool with a magnetic locking feature to allow for a longer handle and easier use. Inside the tool there is also a secret magnetic port for a chain link to ensure you have everything you need for chain related catastrophes.

Silca unfolds larger Italian Army Knife Venti to carry more tools

All photos c. Silca

Silca calls the tools “mid-length” and they’re forged for strength with Silca’s high grip chrome plating. Available now, the tool will sell for $46.

Specs

Metal injection sidebars with knurled grip surface and stainless-steel hardware

Forged chain breaker for 10-12 speed chain

Magnetic storage for 10-12 speed compatible chain connectors

Forged and plated tools:

  • Hex 2/2.5/3/4/5/6/8
  • Torx® 8/10/20/25
  • PH2/SL4
  • 7mm box wrench
  • 8mm flare nut wrench
  • 10mm open end wrench
  • Disc pad spreader
  • Valve core remover
  • Spoke wrenches -13G / 1

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Pinko
Pinko
3 years ago

What is italian about this tool?
Is it made in italy? I doubt it.
Is it made by an italian company? No
What is the connection with Silca and Italy nowdays?

Silca was such an iconic quintessential cycling brand, it is sad to see it heritage wiped off and the brand reduced to consumer goods by the new ownership.

lop
lop
3 years ago
Reply to  Pinko

“reduced to consumer goods”

Uhhh, what do you think the old Silca stuff was?

RCSpeed
RCSpeed
3 years ago
Reply to  Pinko

I dont know what rock you have been living under but the Silca goods today are better than they ever were.
Yes they have expanded beyond pumps but the product is well thought out and quality.

Pinko
Pinko
3 years ago
Reply to  RCSpeed

It seems to me that Silca is just another American owned business that sells made in China products. I still see Silca pumps from 50-60 years ago in use. No need to say the Chinese stuff will not last that long.

Robin
Robin
3 years ago
Reply to  Pinko

Did you do any investigation to verify whether what “seems” to you is actually true? Do know anything at all about where Silca’s are made, how they’re designed, how they function, or how they hold up?

Informed opinions are always better than those that aren’t.

robin
robin
3 years ago
Reply to  Robin

*Silca’s products