Topeak Tubi 18 multi-tool review

Topeak joins the tubeless repairing multi-tool club, but does the Tubi give you all the tools for the job?

Topeak Tubi 18 multi tool review
(Image: © Guy Kesteven)

Cyclingnews Verdict

Quality portable partial tool kit with added tubeless puncture repair features, but no 8mm or chain splitter


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    High-quality tools

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    Well shaped plug fork

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    Stop collar is a nice touch

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    Blade is useful


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    No 8mm or chain tool

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2020 has been the year multi-tools have started adding tubeless puncture sealing skills to their resume and Topeak has just launched its Tubi 11 and Tubi 18 tools. They’re a typically high-quality set of tools from the German brand but you’ll still need to pocket an 8mm Allen key and a chain splitter if you want full trailside repair capability.

The conventional tool roster includes 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6mm Allen keys, T10/T25 Torx wrenches and a Philips screwdriver, all made from stainless steel to combat rusting and they are all really accurately sized for clean, secure connections.

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