Keg with Tool Wrap

26 reviews

One container to carry all your stuff. Includes a neoprene tool wrap and secret compartment under the lid. Keep handy at all times.

  • Rigid plastic container to fit into your bottle cage.
  • Neoprene tool wrap with space for lightweight tube, levers, CO2, and multi-tool.
  • Cunning screw compartment for tyre patches, and missing link.
  • Even fits up to a 4.5 inch phone.
  • 470ml volume.
  • Weight: 90 grams.
+ Shipping
  • Items are generally packed and sent the same day your order is received.
  • Costs $7 by overnight courier within New Zealand.
  • NZ$7 by tracked airmail to Australia.
  • Around NZ$15-25 by tracked airmail to destinations elsewhere in the world - calculated in our shipping cart as you check out. 
    • More shipping and tax details in our FAQ.
    Customer Reviews
    4.6 Based on 26 reviews
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      New Zealand New Zealand
      Great idea but...

      The tool wrap is a great idea but in practice it makes it very hard to get anything out of the tool keg, the issue is the tool keg is so small, fine if you're a roadie but even with a super thin 27.5 tube, co2 bottle, inflator, 1 tyre lever and 3 allen keys its jam packed, a 750ml version would be much more useful than this 500ml version.

      michael c.
      New Zealand New Zealand
      The Keg

      The Tardis of tool carrying when bike-packing. Fits way more than is looks like it should - stays secure & keeps the weight low.

      Terry F.
      New Zealand New Zealand
      Keg with tool wrap

      Great little keg that I use for holding my spare tube, levers and small tools, put it into my bottle cage on my bike and off on a ride.

      Peter C.
      New Zealand New Zealand
      Keg with tool wrap

      I’m lucky enough to have two bottle cages on my mountain bike, so it means I have one dedicated to the tool keg, which is good and I never go out without my tools. The only downside is it’s not big enough to put a spare tube in. It fit super tight in the cage so there’s no chance of it bouncing out and I think it was good value for money.

      Andrew R.
      Australia Australia
      Keg with Tool Wrap

      Handy way to carry extra tools for longer rides