Tire levers are like toasters. It should be really easy to make one that works well. But just like that Dualit toaster burns the sprouts right off your 8 dollar loaf of hippie bread e’ry time, tire levers break, slip, bend, or just plain don’t work. There are only 2 good ones out there, according to my 22 years of installing 1000’s of stinky tires. The Pedros tire lever is great, and it comes in fun colors. Fine, go buy it, just don’t brag about it. I hate hearing about people’s 'great' online purchases. Oh, I got this cassette for 5 dollars less than you can get it wholesale, isn’t that fabulous? No, it’s not fabulous, because I gotta eat, dude. Telling your bike mechanic about a great deal you got on Ebay, or Amazon, rather than supporting their barely solvent shop, while simultaneously pumping them for information that you can take home and use for your next ‘great’ online purchase is like slapping your mechanic, stealing their bike, then running it into a tree.
Buy these Unior levers. They’re as good as the Pedros levers, look fine, come in X-mas colors, and they’re made in an old tool factory in the EU. The one customer who purchased a pair came back and got a second set. That’s how you know they’re good. Thanks 'Dirtbag' Scott!
Sold as a pair (two levers of one color).
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