Tool Bottle

Glasgow44

Über Member
Hi there

I see some people with bottles in their bottle cages that aren't drinking bottles, but bottles for carrying tools. Can anyone recommend any?

Thanks in advance

J
 

DCLane

Found in the Yorkshire hills ...
I've got two bottle cages; one with a bottle and one with a toolkit. It means I can swap that easily between bikes, rather than moving saddlebags.

Also I can carry items extra in a saddlebag for a longer ride.
 

Sterlo

Early Retirement Planning
Location
East Yorkshire
Just going to say Planet X but ianrauk beat me to it. I've just bought one myself, not sure how much it'll get used but for £1.49 thought what the hell.
 
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Glasgow44

Über Member
Just going to say Planet X but ianrauk beat me to it. I've just bought one myself, not sure how much it'll get used but for £1.49 thought what the hell.
Although it works out more expensive than £1.49 because of p+p
 
I cut down an old bottle to hold my rain jacket in.
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Now that’s what a bike should look like, covered in mud, join the club
 

oldwheels

Legendary Member
I use a cut down lemonade bottle with some holes in the bottom for drainage. The tool roll is in a poly bag to stop it getting wet. I also have a Morrison's wet wipes box and seal the hole in the top to stop water entry. Different bikes, different tools and kept with the bike to avoid forgetting them.
 
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