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SKU
228861301
Abstract Product Id
120718
Concrete Product Id
505733

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Pitlock Pit Tool for Pit key

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Product code: 228861301

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Especially when you are on the go, the Pit key with the Pit Tool can be ideally stowed away at your set of keys or at the backpack loop. This guarantees access to bicycle components secured with Pitlock, as you always have the fitting tool with you for the coded security locks. Together with the key ring, the practical toggle not only allows attaching the Pit key, yet also provides sufficient leverage to open and close Pitlock security locks. For this, the stainless steel bar with eyelet is simply pushed into the opening at the side of the Pit key and secured with the key ring. How clever.

Details:
• Metal pin with flat head
• To be inserted into Pit key
• Stable tool quality
• High leverage
• Practical tool securing
• With eyelet for key ring
• Ideal as key fob
• Dimensions: approx. 70 x 5 mm Ø
• Material: stainless steel
• Weight: approx. 15 g

In the box:
• Pit tool (Pit key not included)
• Key ring

Note:
The Pit Tool is only suitable for key codes of series #7 (see code card).


Features

Manufacturer`s ref.:
PNOTOOL
GTIN:
4260377562044
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Pit Tool for Pit key

Colour: 
silver
Size:
Standard

It's really nice to have something like this for the Pit Key so it does not get mixed up with something else and thrown away.

It would have got five stars if there was an easier way to take the Pit Key off from the tool when needed. Don't know what soultion that would be, but the spring ring is a bit annoying whenever I have to detach the Pit Key.