Feedback Pro Ultralight Repair Stand
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- Solid tripod configuration holds up to 85 lbs
- The stand is height adjustable from 36 inches- 58 inches
- 2 point contact rubber foot caps enhance grip
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Fully adjustable, lightweight tripod design is perfect for the home shop and works just as well on uneven surfaces, so you can do those last minute unexpected repairs at the trailhead. Features anodized 6000 series aluminum for lightweight and durability, and the unique torque-amplifying clutch holds the bike securely without the risk of crimping the frame tubing.
Top Customer Reviews
This stand takes literally seconds to setup and take down and the quick release clamps are easy to adjust to hold the tubes firmly. The slide mechanism on the jaws that clamp the bike is easy to use - it'd be really hard to crush a delicate tube (although it's always recommended to use the seatpost to hold the bike from, and it's good idea to buy a cheap alloy post to use if you're working on a bike with a carbon post) - the difference between this and the Pro Elite model is that has a quick-release button which I would imagine would be handy if you're using it in a bike shop, clamping and unclamping many bikes all day long.
The stand is made from nice red anodised aluminium, and looks like it's tough enough to keep looking good for a long time to come. It's not going to rust from using it to wash bikes, either.
I'm really happy with this stand - it was a toss-up between this and the Park PR-10, and although I've not used the Park, I've no buyer's remorse at all from buying this one.
It works very well, very stable, very well made, packs up incredibly small and is very light. The clamping mechanism is a joy to use. An absolute 10 out of 10- a true quality piece of kit, and well worth the extra £50 extra over the park or minoura.
There is a little bit of flex in the stand, as you add the weight of the bike, but nothing to be concerned about and once locked in it is more than adequate. In fact I have been extremely impressed by how stable it is and lives up to the reviews and marketing material.
The clamp has a very useful feature of being able to slide it closed and then turn the screw to lock and tighten. It makes it so much easier to work with when you are trying to lift and secure at the same time.
Whilst not really the done thing, i find for general cleaning and speed that the nose of the saddle fits neatly into the jaws of the clamp and with the front wheel on the floor makes for easy access to rear wheels, gears and pedal movement. It just saves time over moving saddle bag, lights, reflectors etc from the seat post.
Would I buy again? Yes I would! I have seen some of the competition since and this stand comes up 5 stars in comparison and probably as close as you could get to a full time workshop stand at a home user price. (At the time of purchase Amazon was £50 less than any of the competition!)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
a lifetime buy. excellent all round access to bike and well made. wonder why I struggled all these years. well worth the investment, paid back in first hassle free use.Published 9 months ago by IGH
This stand is so easy to use, very sturdy and very simple to put into position. Quality is one of the best, had a few stands before of the cheaper variety but the plastic jaws... Read morePublished on 13 July 2014 by J. Connor
Great well made and stable stand, I also bought the tool tray which although an additional item is very handy. Read morePublished on 13 Feb. 2014 by Neil Medland
This stand is so good, even with one tiny niggle it still gets 4 stars.
It's sturdy, yet incredibly lightweight. Read more
This is a top of the range bit of kit. It is portable and also folds up nicely to stand in the corner of the garage. Read morePublished on 22 July 2013 by Scolds
Looking at stands for days, and in the end settled on this one because my frame is any thing but round tubbing. Read morePublished on 22 July 2013 by Mr C