There are lots of things you can use to turn the nipples on spokes, but they all suck. Spoke wrenches are good.
There are lots of things you can use to cut cable housings, but they all suck. Cable cutters are good.
Okay, so there aren’t a lot of things you can use to remove the cap at the end of your cassette. This is the only game in town!
Stop! You might not need this. The only time you need a pedal wrench is for BMX, kids bikes, and older bikes. Most pedals now work with hex.
This is the cheap truing stand from the video, but I have seriously outgrown this. If you have inexpensive bikes or old bikes, this should do just fine. If you have thru axles or need to dish wheels, this won’t be good enough.
This helps you hold the cassette in place while you remove the lock ring.
For removing headset and bottom bracket cups with a mallet.
Cable Puller (third hand)
There’s a good reason this is called a third hand. If you’ve ever tried to put tension on a cable while also clamping it down, this could have saved you some serious frustration.
For cutting handlebars, steer tubes, and seat posts without slaving away with a hack saw.