One Up Components have obviously been working hard during their winter and have managed to improve their crazy popular EDC tool and figured out how to install it into your steerer tube without needing to thread it.
EDC THREADLESS CARRIER
The EDC Threadless Carrier is a new way to hold your V2 EDC Tool. It’s easy to install and you no longer have to thread your steerer tube to carry the full 20 function V2 EDC Tool. The Carrier replaces your top cap and star nut, securing your headset and stem from the bottom with a 4mm bolt. And yes, it holds a chain breaker! Available in 9 colours (Black, Red, Blue, Green, Orange, Purple, Gold & Oil Slick)
Threading your steerer tube and using the EDC Top Cap is still the lightest and lowest cost way to run the full EDC Tool. Threading your steerer tube is easy to do with the EDC Tap, does not void your fork warranty and is the only way to run the V2 EDC Tool on some Fox 38 forks (Factory and Performance Elite with oval steerers). But, if you don’t want to cut threads into your steerer tube and still want tools on every ride, Threadless is for you.
V2 EDC TOOL
The new V2 EDC Tool has an improved chain breaker and spoke keys, it also includes a small secondary storage capsule for tubeless plugs and jabber. We made it easier to remove with a lower friction design. The V2 EDC Tool is compatible with all V1 storage options.
The V2 EDC Tool gives you quick and easy access to all your trailside essentials. It can be stored inside your steerer tube or the EDC Pump. And because it’s attached to your bike, you’ll never forget your tools again.
20 Functions – Includes a multi tool, tire lever, chain breaker, spoke keys, valve core tool and two sealed storage capsules which can hold a tubeless plug kit and jabber to fix punctures fast.
The V2 EDC Tool now includes two sealed storage capsules, one small and one large. The new small capsule can be used to cover your jabber and preloaded bacon strips, keeping them sticky for longer. It also allows you to use the EDC Tool and tubeless plug kit inside the small 70cc OneUp pump.