tool holder for bottle cage

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SDP
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recently saw ( or did i imagine it ) a new tool tub that fitted in cage in cycling weekly ( UK ) that looked more like a bottle

i need a new tool holder as my pro one is very scruffy ...can anyone remember who made it ??

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SDP
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many thanks

CerveloBert
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by CerveloBert

I love how somebody commented on how they bring their pet gerbil on rides by using this one. I shit you not - read the comments on amazon.

Mike V
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Camilo
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by Camilo

For what it's worth - as a stop gap solution, or even long term:

a ~ 1 lb (actually I think more than a pound - 17.5 oz which would equal 500 grms) plastic peanut butter jar works very well in normal bottle cages. It fits snugly, and the screw lid is water tight. I lined the inside of mine with colored paper just to make it opaque and look a little nicer, and picked the brand of peanut butter to eat based on the lid color (I liked red!).

alexb618
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by alexb618

i just use a bidon, can almost completely rebuild the bike with what's inside there (pump included)

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