These repair tools are useful for repairing your bicycles in daily life, but also useful to repair other objects in your home, different tools for you to choose and use. One tubeless bicycle tire tool is all they have. This is the ultimate tubeless tire repair tool. The self contained repair kit will keep you out of the side of the trail again. There are 5 rubber rope repair plugs, 2 Presta core valves, and an integrated valve core removal tool in the kit. It works when you need it the most. The size is 2.22 x 2.22 x 7.14 cm and the weight is 56 grams.
👤Why not make it out of plastic, since the case is much heavier than it needs to be? The idea of a plug set is nice. I gave it 2 stars because the set was damaged and I have to re-package the old one and send it off. It's too much of a pain to have a $15 item. Why not send me a new picture?
👤I like riding with tubeless tires. Small punctures don't stop me. I have tubeless tires on my bikes. There is a Tubes are susceptible to large-diameter holes, the only thing about them. The tubeless tackle kit has helped me out many times. It plugs the bigger holes and puts more material into the puncture to let the sealant do its job. It's nice to have a few extra valve cores inside the kit. There is a There are some "how to use" videos on the internet. When the time comes, you know what to do. If you don't have the skills to use the best tools, they won't help you. When you really need help, this kit will bail you out. You will probably get a few hundred more miles out of your tubeless tire.
👤The container is a nice idea, but it is too heavy and overbuilt to carry a whole tire on a road trip. It seems like the plugs would work well on a mountain bike tire, but usually tire sealant alone closes a mountain bike tire. It works well on a road tire, but there are many problems. Unless it's a hole in the middle of the tread, the bacon strips tend to get pushed out. It is pushed out even before getting home after a ride if it is slightly off of that. It will be pushed out even in the center of the tread on more lightweight tires. Sometimes jamming the knot into the tire does not work, but I had good results tying a knot in the middle of the strip. There is a I think it's better to put a tube in since the patch will fail on the ride or the next one. The metal retainer makes the Dynaplug patches durable.
👤When you least expect it, you will get a puncture that will require more than the sealant. After riding tubeless for a decade, I got a puncture that required two strips to seal it up. There are riders that use up to three pieces if you try one and it doesn't hold. I am glad I had this kit with me. It worked out as promised.
Tubes are essential to keep you riding. Every puncture can be sealed with tubeless sealant. You need more surface area to seal the hole. Plugs are inserted to help seal the puncture. You can repair a puncture in 5 easy steps. Pull the plugger tool out slowly and it will leave the plug in the tire. If needed, shorten the excess plug from the tire surface. It is small enough to fit in the back of your saddle bags without taking up a lot of space. Each tool comes with 5 strips of bacon and 5 strips of black for smaller and larger punctures. The tire strips are made from rubber. No matter what type of bike you have, this tool works with tubeless tires. If you have a product issue, they are very happy to either replace orRefund your item.
👤I'm not very heavy but this product is massive. It weighs more than its competitors. I wanted to find a tool that had a separate reamer, but there were only 3 that I could find on the market. This thing was large. I think it would be perfect if it were an at- home tool or shop tool. The value is great. Is it possible for you to take with you in your pack? Get the Granite Stash version. It is skinnier than a piece of kit and has the same features.
👤I usually don't review until I've used something, but in this case it's just some strips and a fork. I don't think it will fall on the first use. It is a little heavier than I would like. It's large enough to find in a jerry can, and holds a couple core and park tubeless tire patches. I don't expect the bacon strips to get crushed in the solid case. I have bigger problems than a puncture if they get crushed or smeared in there.
👤I liked this product a lot and it turned out to be a good quality product. It has helped save my butt a few times.
👤I was surprised that it's large and heavy, but that's exactly what it says in the description, and it seems that competing products are also about that size and weight. My old set was a skewer with a plastic handle and bacon strips. There is a The quality is high. It should work. I might be able to modify or repackage it to make it smaller.
👤The all in one design is great. I like it. I was able to get out of the trails with the help of one of the bacon strips.
👤Everything you need, nothing you don't. There is a bacon fork in the case. Two sizes of plugs are included. The fork won't rust because it's in the aluminum case.
👤I have issues with my hands and I like the larger size of this kit. I have room on my bike for it, but some people have said it's too big. I hope I never have to use it, but I'm glad I have it now that I'm running tubeless tires.
👤This kit has not been used yet. It would be easy to use as the directions and tools are thought out. It is small and secure from the elements.
There are 8 different colors of Eye Candy, including black, blue, red, green, yellow, pink, purple, and orange. Match your new team frame, kit, or socks with the first color that catches your eye! The compact includes a storage tube. Machined aluminum is what it is. The tire reamer and insertion tool are combined. There are tire plugs designed for the Gravel Tubeless Tires.
👤The item description says it's for mountain or road bikes. The plunge needle and plugs/strips are the same size as the one I use for my ATV. You can compare the size of my current tool and strips to the Lezyne tool and strips in the attached photo. There is a I don't think I'd be able to push that needle through my tire with the way the tool is designed. I've never had a puncture of that size. I wouldn't attempt to push the needle through the tire. There is a The plugs are easy to grip and the storage is compact. There is a large needle and strips for a bicycle tire.
👤The day after it arrived, I needed this. The container is small and it keeps the plugs organized. It's missing something to trim the plug that sticks out of the tire. I had a risk of pulling the plug out because this ended up hitting my frame while I slowly pedaled home. I put a razor blade in the case. It adds no weight and allows me to trim excess in the future. It would have been nice if Lezyne had a small blade.
👤I had a flat for the first time since I went tubeless. The sealant wouldn't plug the huge hole, so I ran over it. I made it home, but there was a big hole that only the repair kit was able to plug. I tried the side of bacon and it was not very good, so I decided to get this kit since everyone was complaining about how thick the strips are. It worked out well. I was going to buy another tire, but I thought nothing would fix it. The kit did. It was the easiest fix I have ever had. It's very small and easy to carry with me if I ever need it again.
👤I was not happy with this. It's a tire plug tool for auto tires, but in a miniature version. The problem is that the carcass on most bicycle tires is not as strong as a car tire's, so it can be difficult to get the plug to stay put after the insert. It took me a long time to get a plug to seal my tire. I didn't have to go further than I had to. A lot of sealant leaked past it. I think I know why the more expensive versions of bikes have metal tips on them. I can't say I have total faith in it, but I will still carry it in my kit. It is compact and well made, which is what attracted me to it in the first place.
Can be used on Tubeless Road Bikes. Going tubeless? The Muc-Off Puncture Repair Kit is the ultimate back-up for when a puncture is too big to seal. This kit will make sure that your tubeless setup stays up. The two in one puncture plug/reamer tool is easy to use. It has a tough handle that makes it easy to work on flats. The puncture repair kit has five thin puncture plugs and five thick puncture plugs that you can use to get you back on the road quickly. BIKE COMPATIBILITY: This kit is for road bikes, gravel bikes and mtb's with tubeless tyre. There are fill ups available. If you don't have any puncture plugs, you can purchase a refill pack to keep your kit stocked. Universal Fit is the type of fit.
👤This thing is huge compared to others that I have seen. The bike shop owner told me that it was probably meant for mountain/ hybrid bikes. If used, it will make the tiny pincture bigger.
👤It's a good value and easy to use. The plug threader is long and pointed. Make sure you don't pierce the rim tape when you insert the plug threader. I accidentally pierced the rim tape and caused an unstoppable leak that required replacing the rim tape.
👤Muy ligero y prctico.
👤My MTB fcil de usar is a funcionado.
👤It simply does not work, I used 4 sticks each stick fell out or fell inside after 5 min max, they need to be mushroom shaped head so the pressure push against the inside of tire, like the CAR PLUGS you get for there. There are TIRES.
👤It's easy to use. I was unsure if it would work because I had a big hole. I tried using the smaller rubber plugs first. One of the bigger plugs was forced in. It was a treat.
👤The piece of kit is for the saddle bag. VAT is added to the offer price so it's not the cheapest item on display.
👤You get a good amount of plugs and kit for a good price. The big plugs are hard to fit in the tool, but a screwdriver or pliers will allow you to open up the tool a bit. The small plug flew out after a few minutes when I pumped my road tire up to 90psi, so they are probably suited to lower pressures on MTBs etc. I am trying a big plug on my tubeless tire after cutting it a little to make it fit and I will see how it goes.
👤Not used yet but it looks good. Light and easy to pack.
KOAREL is committed to providing 100% satisfactory service and always focuses on their customers. If you are dissatisfied with their products, please contact them, they will solve the problem for you, and they will replace you immediately. They will do their best to make you full. This product is made in the US. One plug seals a hole that is large. As needed, use more plugs. Carried, tested and used by people around the world. The deal includes 10 pieces: tool, The insertion tube has a repair plug and the Micro Knife has an air plug. The machine was made from aluminum. It is possible to make fast puncture repairs without using glue, patching or removing the tire. The dimensions are just 2.25” x.75” and weigh 1.5 ounces. Company name: Dynaplug is based in California.
👤I ride about 10 million miles a year on tubeless tires and 20% on dirt. I ride a car. Natural rubber and cotton are used to make 700c 35mm tires. Your experience with other brands may be different. The review was positive. I've been using the Dynaplug Tire Repair tool for about two years now and I'm very happy with it. A single plug seems to seal the holes well, anything smaller is usually handled by the tubeless sealant. The plugs have never failed me, even when I tried to insert two plugs side-by-side into a hole. I didn't think it would work. I was trying to avoid having to pull the wheel and insert a tube. A big cut in a tire is not a good candidate for a plug. There is a The plug is invisible on a black rubber tire, so there is no noticeable reliability hit, as the repaired tire hold air as well as it did before the puncture. The kit is very durable and looks like a horse pill. There are more than one refill.
👤I went without a tube. About 9 months ago, I used the Schwalbe Pro One 700X25mm with Stan's Tire Sealant. I carried the DynaPlug Micro Pro repair kit. The rapier kit was new to me and I was uneasy about it. I had a puncture that was too large for Stan's Sealant. My guess was that the culprit was glass, given the nature of the puncture. The brass tip of the DynaPlugs isn't resistant to inserter the plug, that is one of the reasons I was concerned about it. The tire pressure at the time I did the plug was not very high. The plug went in with the tool. The tire was trimmed with a blade and then I added air with a CO2 inflator. The puncture held pressure at about 80 psi. I rode for 15 miles. There was some loss of pressure but the plug held. I inflated the tire to 100 PSI and let it sit for 12 hours to check the tire pressure. It was 92 degrees. After 24 hours it had dropped to 80. The pressure is 60 psi five days later. It is good enough for me. The DynaPlugs work for the condition I encountered. August 1st, 2020 More than one year later, still holding pressure. I had a second puncture about two weeks ago and put a second plug in the hole. The result was the same.
The kit is packaged in a plastic box with a tool to clean the tube. If you use tubeless tires on your mountain bike or road bike, this tubeless repair kit is essential. Stans is a case in point, if you get a puncture too large. The tool plugs up the hole in a matter of minutes. If you smooth out the hole, you can patch it up with one of the included bacon strips. The tubeless repair kit tool is only 25 grams. It is 2 to 3 times lighter than any other tubeless bike tire repair kit on the market. You will barely notice the tool sitting in your pocket or bag, ready to be used at a moment's notice. Two tools are better than one and include a tire reamer and a tire fork. The tire fork is the only tool included in most kits. Tubeless tire repair should be done the right way so that it can handle a tire emergency. The only bacon strips you will need are included in the kit. The strips are small enough to plug up a hole. Don't worry if you get a large hole. Just twist a few bacon strands together. There are 8 different colors of Eye Candy, including black, blue, red, green, yellow, pink, purple, and orange. Match your new team frame, kit, or socks with the first color that catches your eye!
👤I used to stay up the night before races praying to the gods I wouldn't pick up a flat in my tubular race wheels, a 140.6 lost to the winds over a piece of glass or road trash. I almost went back to the old way of doing things. This tool makes it easy for me to rest. It's the right size to fit in my flat kit. It's as heavy as a ball-point pen. The reamer and threading tool are large enough to plug everything. The kit includes packs of "loose" sealant threads. You don't have to cram them into a tiny tube if you use multiple. It's much better to have a metal tip inside your wheel than it is to have a metal tip outside. The plugs can get stuck at the end of the cap. I put electrical tape to hold them to the reamer and have no issues. I'm going to get a second one to keep my bike. I will never ride tubeless again.
👤I chose this repair tool because of its slender shape and the fact that it has a separate fork and a reamer. I picked bright orange color so that I wouldn't be lost on the trail side. The tool is 23g on my scale without the bacon strips. You can scoop up the bacon strips with the reamer tip or fork, even though you can't fish them out with your fingers. If you want to make it easier to pull the bacon strips out, you can fold the strips in half and line them up around the tool. Highly recommended.
👤Don't let the name deter you, it's nice. I had to use it last week after carrying it for a while. There is a The Pros: - Has a reamer. It's a nice shape. The longer shape works well in my roll. There are lots of plug strips. The strips on the plastic sheet are hard to remove.
👤This is a small tool that you can use in your bag. The build is made of solid aluminum that can stand up to the ware on the trail. The fork instrument and sharp gnarled spike are included. These tools can be used to patch a tire with 1.5mm thick rubber repair strands. When mixed with sealant, these patches are a great way to seal a hole. The hope is that you won't need to use the patches, with some practice and patience it is possible to remove them from the housing. There is a This is a great tool for anyone who rides on tubeless tires.
Factory packaging contains 4 Continental Inner Tubes. If you run tubeless, you really need this! If your tire is leaking air, you can use a rubberised rope plug in the hole from the outside to re-inflate it. The job was done. When a puncture is too large for the tubeless sealant, the combined tire reamer and insert tool makes it easy to plug with a tire plug so you can quickly get back to the joy of your ride. Flat repair for mountain, road, hybrid, e-bike, cyclocross, Gravel Bikes and ATV. The storage canister has the needle, 5 'Anchovies' strips, 0.14 inches / 3.5mm for mountain bike, and a small thickness for Road tires. Plugs made from rubber. The storage capsule is compact and durable. When the kit is used, the storage capsule is a handle. The exposed needle and tire plugs can be safely stored in the sealed canister. The small capsule can be kept in your backpack or bike saddle bag. When closed, the dimensions are 1.1 inches / 2.8 cm diameter, 3.03 inches / 7 cm length. The weight is 50g. They are so confident in the quality of their products that if you have a product issue, they are happy to give you aRefund or aReplacement.
👤I like the look and feel of Pro Bike Tool's products, and this is no exception. It fits well in my pack. It seems like the plugs and materials are better than the plastic used on other brands, but it is also slightly bigger and heavier, so the size/weight isn't a big deal. I have only used one plug so far, and it works as expected. I will probably pick up another one for my gravel bike eventually.
👤It works like a charm. The whole enchilada in Moab had a puncture from sharp rocks. Too big for the job to be done. I took 5 minutes to plug the whole and pump it up.
👤I bought this in the fall of 2020. I got a puncture in April of 2021. It wasn't a big cut, but it was too big for my sealant to stop before it was gone. It was nearly impossible to peel a strip off the plastic holding sheet after I grabbed the larger, black plug sheet. I walked back to my truck because I couldn't get it off the trail. I tried to get the black plug off the plastic sheet with needle nose pliers, but I couldn't. I was able to pull one off. I put it into the tool to plug it into the hole in the tire, and it worked fine. The plug did not seal the cut. The cut is about a quarter of an inch. I had to buy a new tire because I was unhappy with the one I had. I'm going to try to patch the tire again and see if I can make it rideable. One of my friends had a tire plug in his tire for a year and it held up, but he has a different brand of tire plug tool. I would look at other brands. Many riders say the plugs have worked well for them, but none have this brand.
👤Customer service reached out and offered to send a replacement after I left a review. I am happy to see that Pro Bike Tool is behind their product. I changed my review to 4 stars. The thread design should be updated to account for the fact that this thing will vibrate while on the trail and the top tends to shake itself loose after a while. I would like to see a locking mechanism added to the top to keep it from shaking. I'll keep this item in my pack until then. The original review was original. The product is an example of style over substance. The small polished metal body is easy to store on my bike or pack. The top comes off too easily. I kept this in my backpack for a while. I had to screw it back together after the top was detached. The top fell out of my pack on the trail this past week. I have a tire repair kit with no insert needle because Pro Bike Tool won't replace the part. I like the company's tools but will be shopping elsewhere because of their poor customer support.
If you're looking for a great gift for a special person in your life who loves to go exploring, hiking, fishing, camping, cycling, backpacking, their multitool is the perfect gift. Tubeless Tire Repair Kit Bar End Plugs. Includes a tire repair tool and repair strips. It's like a bar plug. Most mountain bikes and flat bars are compatible. It is made of machined aluminum.
👤It works well. I had to change a few of the o rings that came with it, but it fits well and is made. It is not cheap but it has a good weight. I haven't used it yet.
👤It's not possible to fit so in an alloy bar. It will be put in a seat roll.
👤Fit well inside my Raceface bars. I tried it in most of the aluminum flat bars. You have to do a bit more finessing to get perfect.
👤I put this inside my carbon bars. I had to use the very thin rubber bands supplied with the tool to fit inside the bar end. The Wolftooth design requires you to trim the rubber grommets via a tedious trial and error method while hoping you don't slip up and slice your finger. I didn't measure the inside of my bars, but I wish Lezyne had supplied another set of smaller rubber bands so that I could install the tire plug tool and the rachet tool in the other bar end. The bars were too thick in the other sizes.
👤It is difficult to thread through the rubber.
The size is 2.22 x 2.22 x 7.14 cm and the weight is 56 grams. The needle is large and good for tires. What if you have a flat tire? The tool is great for repairing punctures. There was no glue. No waiting time. No one is going to remove the tire. There are puncture repairs for cars, trucks, motorcycles, scooters. It is easy to manipulate more accurately with the 5.47mm width. It is reliable anddurable. This tubeless tire repair kit is built to last and is made from durable and precise parts from a high quality aluminum 7075 airplane level alloy. The design has a brilliant finish. How to use it: 1. Put the needle in the hole and sand it. 2. The plug can be inserted through the needle and into the tire puncture. Pull the tool out slowly and leave the plug in the tire. 4. Re-inflate your tire with a co2 tire inflator. It has 5 plugs. It's easy to carry with you because you can leave in the saddle bags and not take up a lot of space in your backpack. Most mini pump's mounting brackets will fit the dimensions of 3.39 inches and 1.14 inches. The weight is 2.5 ounces. You can order now and pay free. They can provide a life time warranty for their product. It was made in Taiwan.
👤I've seen tire repair kits that have a puncture needle that can be used to make a hole in the tire. This one seems to work well. I had a puncture in my rear tire while riding in the snow. I was very grateful to have this thing with me. I applied the plug and it worked great, I have it on my tire and I have not had a problem since. I carry a tube with me.
👤The kit has saved me many times. I thought I would never use this, but it has saved me a lot of walking. It's easy to use and seals my tires. I have used it in an emergency. The trails are good, the tires are holding air, and all is well. I would recommend this kit to anyone who is running tubeless tires. I will not ride without this kit. It works so well and I have it.
👤It is in my bag. I didn't have to use it yet. When I use it, I will update my review. I hope I won't have to use it.
👤The photos show a mount, but it didn't come with one. The mount was one of the reasons I chose this kit.
👤The kit was delivered. I'll probably use it on my friends' bikes. I don't get anything.
👤When I got a flat over the weekend, the tire was ruined, and I had to put in a tube because the needle was so large that it made a larger than necessary hole. This was clearly made by a company that is copying another design and has not used the product on the trail. Would not recommend.
👤It's compact and has enough space to carry an extra tubless valve stem.
👤The little tool is great for tire puncture fixes and can be thrown in your motorcycle tank bag.
👤Me gusto mucho, solo deberan de mandar, ms tiras solo vienen 5. In general, pero en general.
👤It's small enough to carry in your pocket or hydration pack.
👤Compacte and robuste. It was trs Utile.
The bicycle tire repair kit is easy to use, you just need to polish the part by the metal rasp and clean the polished surface, and then paste the patch to the part firmly. The simplest way to repair tires is with a plastic screw. There was no damage to the tires. You don't need to remove the tire to repair it, you just need a screwdriver and pliers. There are 8 tablets in a box, of which 4 are larger than 5mm in diameter and the other 4 are smaller than 6mm. The screw can be reused if the product is free one super glue. The screw is made of plastic with moderate hardness and can survive high temperature. The surface of the screw is covered with a layer of seal glue, which spreads itself and has good stickiness to prevent air leaking. The surface of the screw is covered with a layer of seal glue, which spreads itself and has good stickiness to prevent air leaking.
👤Wow! Picked up a screw from the main tread. The tire place wanted to sell me a new tire. My truck is new in 2021. The corner tire guy in the old gas station wanted fifteen dollars. I watched a video on these the next day. Put a jack under the car, unhooked the screw, wetted the plug with glue, and re-inflated it. There were no leaks. total time is 8 minutes What could be simpler? I didn't have to sit for 30 minutes in a greasy chair, and watch a junk yard dog crunch down a real bone, while straining to hear Judge Judy reruns on an old tube style tv over the loud metal music coming from the garage.
👤I thought to give it a try, but I was very cautious. The nail came out and the plug was screwed in. It was covered with more glue. No issues for a week now.
👤It was easy to use, but failed after a week on the road.
👤My first application was a small puncture. To repair, I had to go back to the "string" type. It seemed like a good way to make repairs.
👤It should be on hand for emergencies.
👤The product works well, but you have to be patient.
👤It was easy to install with a screwdriver.
👤Didn't get to use any of them yet. They are for emergencies when I'm not around. Hopefully they will work well when needed.
If you have a product issue with their tire levers, they are happy to give you aRefund orReplacement on your purchase. If you have any questions or queries, please get in touch with them and they will be more than happy to help. 10 bacon strips are re-usable. Storage and Portability can be achieved with a capped tube. The strip dimensions are 2 x 6. The dimensions of the tube are 4 x 1 Can be used on Tubeless Road Bikes.
👤10 strips of bacon, an insert tool, and a container are all included. The tube it comes in is way oversized so it won't even make small punctures, and the insertion tool is huge in diameter, but general size also, so it will make small punctures bigger pictures. Four of these sets can be put into one of the carry tubes. There is a It will work in an emergency. It is inexpensive.
👤When I got a puncture a long way from home, this repair kit saved my butt. I used the provided tool to push the bacon strip into the hole and then used the latex inside the tire to do it. I was back on the road within 10 minutes, since I had CO2 canisters for refilling the tire. I have put a couple thousand miles on that tire and there has been no leak at the repair site. The bacon strip that hangs out of the hole should be cut off with something. If you're on pavement, you might feel a little thump as the wheel rotates. If you want to avoid stressing the repair site, you should slice off the excess bacon strip that hangs out of the hole.
👤Save my day, easy & perfect plug size for bicycle, I ride to trails on high pressure tire then deflate before hitting the trails, I didn't notice this screw, had nothing to loose, and used plug in both punctures. It was possible to put back 40 to 45 psi to ride back home. There was a chance my Stan's liquid was fresh. I will carry a small blade next time.
👤Agree with others that the poker tool is larger than it needs to be. Most likely to save money on precision tooling. The kit worked well for plugging a small hole that was leaking sealant. I felt like I was increasing the hole size while using the loaded tool. The bacon strip was released without issue when the tool was pulled out. It is great to have value. The container could be much smaller.
👤I had a cut in my tire that was not doing a good job closing. I was getting a slow leak from it. I heard my bike leaking worse after I put it on the bike rack. I fixed the leak by grabbing the tire repair kit. The storage container is big for what it holds. I added a quick link and valve core. It's nice to hold everything nice.
Bicycle tire repair kit with plugs products from Genuine Innovations. In this article about bicycle tire repair kit with plugs you can see why people choose the product. Marque and Lezyne are also good brands to look for when you are finding bicycle tire repair kit with plugs.
Genuine Innovations, Marque and Lezyne are some of the best brands that chosen by people for bicycle tire repair kit with plugs. Find the detail in this article. Muc Off, Dynaplug and Kom Cycling are also brands that their products are worth to check.