Building on their original EDC Tool, launched back in 2017, the new OneUp EDC Lite Tool also lives within your steerer tube. But, due to its size, it doesn’t require the removal of the star nut and threading your steerer—yay! Instead, OneUp provides a longer bolt that is used to hammer the star nut deeper into the steerer tube, providing the extra room needed to install the tool itself. This design also means trailside headset adjustments can be completed using the EDC Tool itself, which is one of the flaws with other steerer tube mounted multi-tools.
The OneUp EDC Lite Tool has 9 functions, including: 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8mm hex keys, a T25 Torx, and a flat head screwdriver. It weighs just 75g and is available in six colours (Black, Red, Blue, Green, Orange, Purple, Turq) that match OneUp’s own grips and pedals. Although the tool is compatible with most forks, the inner diameter of your steerer tube must be at least 24.1mm and it may not work on bikes with very short steerer tubes. Check out OneUp’s installation instructions page for compatibility details.
The OneUp EDC Lite Tool is available now for $40 USD at OneUpComponents.com or from your local OneUp dealer.
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