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Topeak Ninja TC-Road Drink Bottle Holder with mini tool black (2019)

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Topeak Ninja TC-Road Drink Bottle Holder with mini tool black
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Product Description
Bottle cage with integrated tool box and a mini tool that can be removed on both sides. Its flat and round profile allows you to work comfortably.


  • Diameter suitable for standard drinking bottles
  • Fiberglass composite holder material
  • Mini Tool incl. 2/2.5/3/4/5/6 mm Allen keys, Philips #2 screwdriver, T25 Torx key
  • dimensions: 17,9 x 8,3 x 7,8 cm
  • high-quality metal eyelets
  • Tool material: Hardened steel
  • Tire Lever 2 Fiberglass Composite Tire Lever
Intended use
Urban/Commuting, MTB, Trekking/Travel
Attachment Possibilities
Material type
169  g
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Release tool in the bag
Slip for værktøj i tasken
Translated from Danish To the original

For a while, I would like to have the opportunity to get on a short bike ride without having to have a small pick up of tools in the bag. So I looked at the possibility of getting the most necessary tool by placing it on the bike and here comes the Topeak Ninja TC-Road Bottle Holder into the picture. The bottle holder is equipped with a small chamber where there is room for a small multi-tool (included in the purchase of the bottle holder). Topeak has made several versions of their bottle holder either with small storage bags or multi-tool rooms. I had a look at both Topeak Ninja TC-Road and Topeak Ninja TC-Mountain. Both bottle holders and accompanying tools would be able to cope with many of the small repairs you might have to get ready for a trip in the woods. The difference between the two versions of the bottle holder is in the supplied tool. Topeak Ninja TC-Road has 8 features, while Topeak Ninja TC-Mountain has 23 features. The jumping point for me was, however, that there was a barbed wire in the Road Edition, but unfortunately, I have to miss a chain-led splitter that is only found in the Mountain edition. As I said, I chose Road edition of the bottle holder and on the pictures above you can see how the little tool fits perfectly into the room below the bottle holder. And how the tire bars sit on the side of the bottle holder. I have driven the bottle holder for a couple of weeks now and you do not notice in any way that you drive around with a little tool under the drinking bottle. There are no annoying ruddy sounds from the tool when driving in the woods for the tool has a piece of rubber around. The bottle holder incl 2 tire iron and tool weighs 169 grams so hardly anything that reduces the speed. And the Topeak Ninja TC-Road Bottle Holder, in any case, means that there's a little less tool in my backpack when I'm driving in the woods, but I can not do that completely without the backpack. However, I have encountered a problem with Topeak Ninja TC-Road Bottle Holder. I have two mountain bikes, a hardtail Merida and a fully Scott Spark 945 and it was originally intended to mount the bottle holder on my full, but it appears that on my Scott there is no room for mounting the bottle holder as it strikes the backdrop. On my Merida hardtail the bottle holder is perfect and I can grab the tool with a simple dispute to the room under the bottle holder. In other words, it is a good idea to check if you actually have space to mount the bottle holder before purchasing it. The price is quite reasonable, I have got the bottle holder with tool for 240 kr. (Mountain version costs 350 kr). So to sum up, the Topeak Ninja TC-Road Bottle Holder with mini tool is a good option to get rid of some of the backpack tools in a convenient and cheap way. The quality of the tool is very good and you get 2 tires with mounted on the bottle holder. Only negative thing I could find is that the bottle holder could not be mounted on my Scott Spark 945 due to lack of space.

Jeg har igennem et stykke tid gerne ville have muligheden for at komme afsted på en kort cykeltur uden at skulle have en mindre oppakning med af værktøj med i tasken. Så jeg kiggede lidt på muligheden for at få det allermest nødvendige værktøj med ved at placere det på cyklen og her kommer Topeak Ninja TC-Road Flaskeholderen ind i billedet. Flaskeholderen er nemlig udstyret med et lille kammer hvor der er plads til et lille multi-tool (som følger med ved købet af flaskeholderen). Topeak har lavet flere versioner af deres flaskeholder enten med små opbevaringstasker eller rum med multi-tools. Jeg havde kig på både Topeak Ninja TC-Road og Topeak Ninja TC-Mountain. Begge flaskeholdere og medfølgende værktøj ville kunne klare mange af de små reparationer man kan komme ud for at skulle klare akut på en tur i skoven. Forskellen på de to versioner af flaskeholder ligger i det medfølgende værktøj. Topeak Ninja TC-Road har 8 funktioner, mens Topeak Ninja TC-Mountain har 23 funktioner. Det springende punkt for mig var dog at der var dækjern med i Road udgaven, til gengæld må jeg så desværre undvære en kæde-leds splitter som kun findes i Mountain udgaven. Jeg valgte som sagt Road udgaven af flaskeholderen og på billederne herover kan du se hvordan det lille værktøj passer perfekt ned i rummet under flaskeholderen. Og hvordan dækjernene sidder på siden af flaskeholderen. Jeg har kørt med flaskeholderen et par uger nu og man bemærker på ingen måder at man kører rundt med lidt værktøj under drikkeflasken. Der er ingen irriterende rasle lyde fra værktøjet når man kører i skoven for værktøjet har et stykke gummi omkring. Flaskeholderen incl 2 dækjern og værktøj vejer sølle 169 gram så næppe noget der sænker farten synderligt. Og Topeak Ninja TC-Road Flaskeholder betyder i hver fald at der er lidt mindre værktøj i min rygsæk når jeg kører i skoven, men helt at undvære rygsækken kan jeg altså ikke endnu. Jeg er dog stødt på et problem med Topeak Ninja TC-Road Flaskeholder. Jeg har to mountainbikes, en hardtail Merida og en fully Scott Spark 945 og det var oprindeligt meningen at montere flaskeholderen på min fully, men det viser sig at der på min Scott ikke er plads til at montere flaskeholderen da den støder mod bagdæmperen. På min Merida hardtail sidder flaskeholderen perfekt og jeg kan få fat i værktøjet med et simpelt tvist at rummet under flaskeholderen. Det er med andre ord en god ide lige at tjekke om du reelt har plads til at montere flaskeholderen inden du køber den. Prisen er helt rimelig, jeg har fået flaskeholderen med værktøj for 240 kr (Mountain versionen koster 350 kr). Så for at opsummere så er Topeak Ninja TC-Road Flaskeholder med miniværktøj en god mulighed for at slippe af med noget af værktøjet i rygsækken på en bekvem og billig måde. Kvaliteten af værktøjet er rigtigt god og du får 2 dækjern med monteret på flaskeholderen. Eneste negative ting jeg har kunne finde er at flaskeholderen pga mangel på plads ikke kunne monteres på min Scott Spark 945.

In the top
Au top
Translated from French To the original

Good quality product and very thoughtfully I recommend it.

Produit de bonne qualité et très bien pensé je le recommande.

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