Birzman’s Studio Toolbox Plus Edition upgrades the standard (but still mighty impressive) Studio Toolbox. It contains 37 tools (list below), with key upgrades on high torque and cutting items so they’ll last longer.

birzman studio plus toolbox with complete bicycle tool kit

birzman studio plus toolbox with complete bicycle tool kit

Plus Edition wrenches (pedal wrench, chain whip, etc.) are heat treated hardened steel, as are the pliers and wire cutters.

birzman studio plus toolbox with complete bicycle tool kit

Retail is $500, and you can see all of the tools in the top pic. Full kit on the left, wrenches are in the tray sitting on the right (on top of the Essential kit).

birzman essential toolbox with basic bicycle tool kit

The Essential kit comes in at $178 and is designed to have the basic stuff any home mechanic needs:

birzman essential toolbox with basic bicycle tool kit

Both available around the beginning of November.

birzman bikepacking handlebar roll bag and stem-mount bottle bags

birzman bikepacking handlebar roll bag and stem-mount bottle bags

A Roll-up handlebar bag with dry bag and stem-mounted water bottle bags join their recently introduced frame bag bikepacking collection. Prices are TBD on these, but they should be available by end of year.

birzman uncage side entry water bottle cage with bottom mount co2 tool kit attachment

Also shown earlier are their Uncage Side-Entry bottle (center, $10.40), the Uncage Full bottle (right, $8.91) and a CO2 Repair kit (left, $31.19) that bolts to the bottom of the Side Entry cage to keep things securely at hand.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Beautiful toolkits, I understand they need to look good, but I can never justify buying one because I already have some of the tools, the kit is always missing something (where is the cone wrench?) and I don’t need other tools in there, and then the case doesn’t have space for anything else, so you need to bring out another toolbox…

    • Tim, that’s only on mobile at the moment…it’s a quirk with the new site layout and we’re working on that. We literally took the new site live then headed to Eurobike, so there’s a few bugs to fix when we get back in the office. Thanks for reading!

      • Looking at the new site from a PC is not exactly pleasant either. Huge ads spliced in the middle of the vertical feed, the constant moving top story thing. It’s actually pretty easy to completely miss new content on this layout because of how messy it is.

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