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One question survey - choice of tools in multi-tool.


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Hi guys, this is the third follow on of my tool topic.

Your response will be greatly appreciated.

 

Will post results!

 

A one question survey regarding whether you would like a cycling multi tool where you can choose exactly which tools are incorporated :blink:

 

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VQR9MX9

 

Its for my thesis regarding the design of a cycling multitool.

Many thanks

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Hi guys, this is the third follow on of my tool topic.

Your response will be greatly appreciated.

 

Will post results!

 

A one question survey regarding whether you would like a cycling multi tool where you can choose exactly which tools are incorporated :blink:

 

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VQR9MX9

 

Its for my thesis regarding the design of a cycling multitool.

Many thanks

 

What are you doing, that a thesis needs to be done on a multitool? :huh: (Product design)

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I can imagine that someone more experienced in servicing a bike would like the option to choose, but remember you do get noobs like me, I can't decide what I need, because I don't know what I need. In this case I would like to be told what I need

 

I don't even what all the tools in my multi-tools is supposed to do. I use the one allen key to set my seat height and the other to change a tyre. That is all.

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What are you doing, that a thesis needs to be done on a multitool? :huh: (Product design)

 

Yup, Industrial Design...

My problem statement is: The combination of practical and essential tools as a modular unit for cycling.

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Mmmm, The Inspector Gadget of bicycle tools :lol:

 

 

Hehe, trying my best to minimise/simplify. No swiss army knife designs here haha ;)

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Yup, Industrial Design...

My problem statement is: The combination of practical and essential tools as a modular unit for cycling.

 

Easy just look at the best models from parktool and then make it in titanium so it doesnt flippen rust.

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Also the other day it would have been handy to have a headset setting tool on my multi tool :P

 

 

hehe ja, or a trail alignment tool :D

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