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The VC-1 Valve Core Tool from Park Tool installs and removes both Schrader and Presta valve cores in bicycle tyres to help maintain the air pressure in tyre valves. The useful accessory is a handy tool that also removes Presta valve extenders with 5mm wrench flats. - R.K.
Please Note: Not all Presta valve cores are removable.
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Handy addition to the toolbox save using miniature long nose pliers to remove valve cores, nicely anodised finish.
It does the job perfectly - but as with all Park Tool, is expensive for what it is. But that is up to you to decide if you want to pay for it. It is light as a feather, so if you feel the need to carry it in your bag, you won't notice it. But most likely it will stay in your tool box.