High quality, compact roadside fixer
BioLogic FixKit multi tool
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The BioLogic FixKit multi-tool is a well-designed emergency set that includes two less-common tools: a 15mm spanner and a chain tool.

The FixKit has a total of 20 tools and the decent-sized handle means it offers plenty of leverage when you need it. The 15mm spanner will be especially welcome to fixed-gear riders and anyone who uses hub gears or has bolt-on hubs to stop their wheels getting nicked. It locks in place when needed.

It comes with a neoprene cover to stop it scratching other items in your pocket, and to protect your hands from its edges when you're reefing on a reluctant bolt.

In use the FixKit is easy to handle. Its slightly greater reach and leverage compared to some multi-tools makes for easy roadside adjustments. The chain tool is good enough for field repairs, though you'll want something beefier in the workshop.

It's made from aluminium and chrome-vanadium steel, packs down to a comfortably pocketable 14 x 40 x 77mm and weighs 157g. That's a shade on the high side, but acceptable when you consider you're getting a chain tool and 15mm spanner, which you won't find in lighter multi-tools.


High quality, compact roadside fixer.

road.cc test report

Make and model: BioLogic FixKit multi tool

Size tested: Grey

Tell us what the product is for, and who it's aimed at. What do the manufacturers say about it? How does that compare to your own feelings about it?

Anyone who takes a multi-tool with them in your pack or pocket. It has a range of tools and good reach combined with a solid feel. The added bonus is a chain tool.

Tell us some more about the technical aspects of the product?

20 integrated tools make this very much a can-do tool in pretty much most conditions.

Rate the product for quality of construction:

The build is solid and feels tough when you use it.

Rate the product for performance:

The Biologic offers a multi-tool that competently deals with most work you'll need to do while out and about.

Rate the product for durability:

The build quality and materials used, aluminum and chrome-vanadium will ensure this lasts.

Rate the product for weight, if applicable:

At 157g it's slightly on the heavy side.

Rate the product for value:

At almost £30 this isn't the cheapest option either but you are getting a quality piece of kit.

Tell us how the product performed overall when used for its designed purpose

The FixKit managed to cope with all that was asked of it.

Tell us what you particularly liked about the product

The leverage you can get from the individual tools, the addition of a chain tool and the solid feel of the unit in your hand.

Tell us what you particularly disliked about the product

Getting used to the heavier feel.

Did you enjoy using the product? Yes.

Would you consider buying the product? Certainly would.

Would you recommend the product to a friend? Yes

Anything further to say about the product in conclusion?

Decent build quality and enough functions to satisfy most riders if a tad on the heavy, pricey side.

Overall rating: 8/10

About the tester

Age: 45  Height: 178cm  Weight: 80kg

I usually ride: Currently riding a Pinnacle Evaporite Three  My best bike is: As above

I've been riding for: Under 5 years  I ride: Every day  I would class myself as: Experienced

I regularly do the following types of riding: road racing, commuting, sportives, mtb, Not yet but looking to dip my toe in the world of TT



therevokid [909 posts] 1 year ago

that's an exact copy of the tern, which I have, but
costs less !!
I've found the 5mm, which is also the the lever,
can be very painful if used on a "stubborn" bolt
like a right seatpost clamp. other than that the
tern and therefore this one is nice  1

jason.timothy.jones [293 posts] 1 year ago

the 5mm is a bit of a worry for me, its probably the most common used but in the worst position

love the 15mm though

Mark Bickerton [12 posts] 1 year ago

As for the 5mm, thanks for the feedback.... the Tern and Biologic product team hear what you say! We recognise that with a really tight Allen bolt it might hurt a bit. You could use the neoprene case as padding...then it might be a bit more comfortable.

But as with many multi-tools, designed for portability and convenience as well as function, there are sometimes particular spots on a bike or specifics of the tool which are less optimal to get to /use as with your tools in a proper workshop. We will take this into consideration for the next generation tool our product designers are working on.

vbvb [490 posts] 1 year ago

The sense of order is lovely with multitools but they're always heavier, dearer, and much less useable than a little bank change bag containing just the allen keys, chain tool etc that I require (no need for the torq or the 15mm spanner). I wish they weren't cos I love the neatness!

langfordxc [3 posts] 1 year ago

I bought the Tern branded version about a year ago. It's a well made compact quality tool that puts the likes of Park to shame. With the puncture patches included in its neoprene pouch, its nearly perfect. The achillies heel is, as others have picked up, the 5mm hex, which is too short and no good for inaccessible bolts. Roadies who shun saddle bags will love it though.