Pedro’s had a couple of very interesting tools, the trickest being the Tülio. The Tülio is ‘all in one’ QR and tool. The Tülio replaces your standard quick release, except the usual QR lever is now a detachable tool. The multi-use tool includes 8 components: 4,5,6, and 8mm hex wrenches, No. 2 flat head screwdriver, a chain tool and a pair of spoke wrenches. The device was a play on words, and was named for Tullio Campagnolo, the inventor of the quick release skewer, and one of the true cycling innovators. I played around with the Tülio, and it was quite easy to remove the tool for usage, and the best part was the QR axle stays tightened while the tool was removed. Loosening and tightening the tool lever like a normal QR was a breeze. An excellent and innovative device!
Number of tools: 8
Compatibility: 130 and 135mm rear quick release hubs with 10mm QR axles
The Pedro’s Evolver are a rugged and tough chain tool, meant for the shop, and traveling mechanic. It uses something they call Speed Dial (can you hear me now?), which makes it easy to handle 8-11 speed chains. It also has RPG (retracting pin guide) which supports and guides the tool pin up to prevent misalignment and breakage. And I thought RPG (Role Playing Games) was what I did while playing Zelda on my Nintendo?
Number of tools: 4
Compatibility: all 1/8” and 3/32” single and multi-gear chains