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Tacx tools enable anyone to work on their bike. Experienced mechanics in the top cycling teams use them on a daily basis on account of their high quality and dependability. They cannot do without them. However bike maintenance is not just the preserve of the specialists of this world.
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I own an old Rivoli chain tool and a current Park professional chain tool, both of the conventional design, and they both fall short in holding the chain securely when installing a chain pin. This makes things very difficult when your working on a ten speed Campagnolo chain with its pin insertion "pre-pin." When I saw this Tacx chain tool, it looked like a much better thought-out design and something that would work much better at holding the chain securely when inserting the pin. I was not disappointed. The Tacx works much better and gives you complete control when either joining or separating chains, even tricky ones like Campagnolo.
I have a compact Park chain breaker, which is a nice tool, though requires a bit of "fidgeting" when adjusting the 8 speed chains on my touring bikes. The TACX is cleverly designed, has a good "feel" and is more secure and easier to use than the Park. No idea of the country of origin (probably China) as it is unlabeled on either the product or the packaging/label.