The Sport Mechanic Repair Stand by Feedback Sports is a reliable home repair stand for mechanics of all levels. It features a spinner-knob clamp that securely holds your rig in place, and its clutch allows a 360 degree rotation without having to readjust the clamp. When not in use, it can be folded into a compact unit for easy storage.
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This stand is solid, adjustable, and durable. It also folds up in a compact way, so it's easy to take it with me on trips. (Feedback makes a lighter one, but this one's not that heavy, so that's not an issue for me.) The clamp is very straightforward: spin it clockwise to tighten and counter clockwise to loosen. That's it. Other clamps are quicker, but this one work just fine. You just have to take an additional 5 seconds to secure the bike. I use this stand to repair and wash my bike, so it gets wet often but doesn't show any signs of rust. Feedback sells a storage tray that securely attaches to the stand, but is easy to remove when using the stand to wash the bike. It's a nice addition that's specifically made to fit the stand;and it even has a cup holder for your favorite beverage.
This stand is a solid, well built stand and is great for the home mechanic. It folds up nicely when not in use and is easy to take on the road if needed. It is very stable and easy to adjust. The one caveat is that the main arm that holds the bike tends to droop if not tightened enough, causing the bike not hang perpendicular to the stand. It is a minor issue but I thought it should be mentioned.
I work at a local bike shop, and bought this stand for home. Really enjoy it compared to the park stand and topeak home repair stands. It is very light, easy to adjust and the wheel trueing stand ad on is a nice feature for only about 50-75 bucks. The pro mechanic with the quick release feature would be a great feature, but is you arent constantanly repairing bikes just need it for the every once and a while fixes, then the screw on seat post clamp isnt to annoying.