|The revolution is built with hex fasteners|
I think I read in one of the free magazines that is sent to me for free because I am a target demographic or something that bicyclists should consider carrying Torx drivers because pretty soon, any day now, before you know it, bicycles will switch from hex to Torx fasteners for holding all the vital bits together. I believe it was either Ungodly Expensive Rides magazine, or perhaps 300g Frames Times. You know, the glossy magazine where $4000 is called a "mid-range" bike.
I saw the above tool at The Cheap Tool Store, picked it up, found it not only to be cheap, but light in weight, and decided it may prove to be good insurance for the coming bicycle fastener Torx revolution. Then, upon closer examination, I found that the Torx revolution hasn't made it to the tool factory yet.
I pretty confident that company that manufactured this tool is not a licensee of the actual Torx technology. This probably more accurately a star driver, a hexalobular internal driving feature, or even an ISO 10664 compliant driver. It's OK that it takes a hex driver to adjust it, though, since my bicycle multi-tool certainly has the right bit on it, and I apparently won't be needing it much longer. Once the revolution gets going, I mean. Get up. Go ride.