Review: Passport Toolkit |


The Passport Toolkit is a great little solution for carrying your essentials noise-free. It’s not that different from others on the market, so it just comes down to the price, and to be fair it does well there.

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It’s a simple idea, like many others out there – basically, a 300ml (also available as 750ml) water bottle with a lid but no liquid, designed to carry your accessories or essentials rather than drinks.

Inside you’ll find a small neoprene bag that stops your stuff from jiggling around and the bottle provides great comfort throughout the kitchen. The lid is a simple knit that stays in place easily.

Overall quality is good. You will get a smoky clear bottle with the passport logo on the outside. This crisps up quickly as you slide it into and out of the bottle cage, but it doesn’t stay fresh for long.

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The neoprene bag has a handle to make it easy to get out of the bottle even when wearing gloves. It holds an inner tube and a few tools or tire levers, or if you’re out for a long ride, it can easily swallow a few gels and energy bars.

Price-wise, at £7.99 it’s less than the equivalent six quid. Topeak Escape PodUp to £13.99 from what I tried in 2020, although a neat touch of the Topec is that it has a foam compartment under the cover to make sure nothing vibrates.

A little bigger Vel storage 450ml It doesn’t come with a neoprene bag but it does have foam padding and costs just £5 – and is currently available for £2.50.

It should be noted that a keg of equipment is currently reduced to £4 on the Passport website. Overall, it’s simple and effective, and it’s a bit of a bargain these days.

The verdict

A clean and simple solution for carrying your belongings at an affordable price

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Model and Model: Passport tool kit

Tell us why the product is and who it is intended for. What do the manufacturers say about this? How does this compare to your own feelings?

Passport says “Inc Neoprene tool wrap for carrying tools etc.”

It’s a simple solution to hold your accessories.

Tell us some more about the technical aspects of the product?

Passport details:

Smoke color with hidden graphics

Material: Polypropylene (BPA-free)

Large filling opening – easy to clean

Neoprene sleeve to stop vibrating tools inside

Available in two sizes.

Fits most standard bottle holders

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Tell us how the product performed overall when used for its intended purpose

Holds a good amount of kit without the fuss.

Tell us what you particularly like about the product.

A neoprene bag stops shaking.

Tell us what you particularly disliked about the product.

The logo will scratch off quickly.

How does the price compare to similar products on the market, including those recently tested on

Although the Vel I mentioned is cheaper than the Topec of a very similar design. The Tool Keg is currently on sale on the Passport website for £4.

Do you enjoy using the product? Yes

Would you consider buying the product? Yes

Would you recommend the product to a friend? Yes

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The tool keg is of good quality and will fit any bottle house without fuss, at a decent price.

I often ride This month’s test bike My best bike: The B’Twin Ultra CF hangs in the latest Bing test rooms.

I was riding: More than 20 years I ride. daily I would classify myself as: Professional

I regularly do the following types of driving. Time Trials, Commuter Rides, Club Rides, Sports Events, Fixed/Single Speed,

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