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Slime Smart Tube Schrader Valve Bicycle Self SealingTube (26 x 1.75-2.125), 2 Pack

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Description

  • Pre-installed with Slime Sealant to provide maximum puncture protection and prevent flat tires on your bike
  • Instantly and repeatedly seals tire punctures for up to 2 years
  • Valve type: Schrader
  • Fits tire sizes: 26 x 1.752.125
  • Designed to seal tread area punctures

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Customer Reviews

I didn't expect this failure modeI bought these tubes months ago to be prepared when the goatshead thorns showed up. So 3 days ago I remounted my rear tire after 2 thorn flats in one day and added a puncture resistant strip and used my new Slime tube. All went well untl today when I thought the tire looked just a little soft so I tried to add a few pumps. Hmmm. The valve stem had evidently been slightly loose (or the valve leaked?) and the slime was up into the valve cap. Hardened. I am unable to either release pressure from the tube or add more air. So now I have a suboptimal inflation but no way to do anything about it until something dramatic happens. Since I'm riding for fun and fitness not for speed, I guess I will just accept a harder workout for a while until I decide to cut off the valve stem and go back to conventional inner tubes. 1Great Idea, But Seem Like Poor QualityI bought 4 of these in May, 2016 for our two cruiser bikes we use at campgrounds. I put one tube in a brand new tire and inflated it to 50 PSI. I kept the other 3 for spares as needed. When I went to load the truck up for a camping trip last week, I parked the bikes next to my truck. While I was loading other stuff, I heard a pop and a hissing sound. I looked around and the tire I just installed the tube in was rapidly going flat. I took the bike back to the garage and unmounted the tire and tube. Around the valve stem, I could see a circle where the valve stem was bonded to the tube. The tube had separated from the valve stem for about 1/8" along the seam. The bike had only been ridden about 25 feet from the garage to the truck.I replaced the tube with another of the batch. It has held up for at least 10 miles so far,so I'm giving it 3 stars instead of one or two. But, until I put a few more miles on them, I am quite skeptical of the quality of these tubes. 3Bad valve core out of the boxThese arrived quickly enough.I purchased 4, have installed 2, the others are on the shelf to be installed on my wife's bike soon.Out of the box, a few quick pumps to 'shape it up' and installed with new tires.. One of these has a leak at the valve core.Thankfully I have 2 old tubes here to pull a valve core from to get on the road, but so far we're 50% defective from the get go.I keep slime around for my 4 wheeler tires, it works great, but this is the first time I've bought tubes with it already in them, and if this is the quality I can expect it will be the last. 2Tube failed on the seam and the valveI bought two of these tubes, hoping to avoid replacing and repairing tubes in the future. I installed them into my bike one evening, and I didn't ride for a couple days. When I came into the garage to ride, the front tire was flat. I took the tube off the bike to look at it, and I found green slime leaking out of a dime-sized hole and rip near the seam, and also slime leaking out of the base of the valve stem. This looks like a product defect to me. I would probably not buy this tube again. For reference, I inflated it to 45psi per my tire's specification. 1For the pricepoint of the tube you are better served to buy a thick or "thorn proof" tube ...I have been actively biking for 17 years now. I remember when Slime even first hit the biking market. It was a big deal to slime your tires as bike treads were thinner and stock tubes were lacking on thickness as well. For the pricepoint of the tube you are better served to buy a thick or "thorn proof" tube and then fill it with slime yourself. also do yourself another favor and fill it with the tubless product so there is some "meat" to plug the hole from the inside.I installed the tube i ordered and left it aired up on the rim for a few days as i finished some other bike work. i took the bike for a short 200yd test ride and then put it back up to tweak a few things. A few days later i came back to the tire being flat, so I aired it back up and immediately heard the hissing sound from the tire. upon pulling the tire i had apparently gotten a puncture while riding on the street that the slime couldn't fill. i patched the tire, reassembled and then reinflated. about 15 seconds after mounting the tire there was a loud pop, apparently my patched tire couldn't handle the 45psi that i had aired it to, disassembly showed a 3" long slit burst along the seam of the tire.Its great that you can make a tire with some slime in in, but really? it nukes after 200 yards?? 1Have recommended to everyone here that rides bikes as the PX ...Bought these because of the stickers that are blown around in Afghanistan. I wasn't going off-road just the parking lot to parking lot. I lost both tires within a week. Had them patched, 7 holes total. Less than three days later, both were flat. Decided to get the self sealing as inner tubes are a commodity here in Bagram. Got them in about 8-10 days. Installed them and have been flat free for two months. I find the occasional thorn/thicket/sticker in the tire, pull it out and keep on rolling... Have recommended to everyone here that rides bikes as the PX does not carry the inner tubes very often. Thanks for a great product that saved me from walking all over this base! 5UPDATE: 2 YEARS LATER AND THESE ARE STILL RUNNING STRONG!UPDATE: 2 YEARS LATER AND THESE ARE STILL RUNNING STRONG! This may have been the best purchase I've ever made, I have not gotten a flat now in 2 years... 2 YEARS! And that's in Boston, where the street sweeper sweep all the road garbage into the bike lane. I've gotten nails, thorns and even a staple once in these tires and I just pull it out, let it seal and air the tire back up and I'm good to go. I seriously can't believe how long these have lasted me, they're amazing.Not only that, these are on my ~90 lb electric bike plus my ~200 lb self, so these can definitely handle some weight! I couldn't be happier with my purchase. If these EVER go flat, I'll buy more :) These have saved me from countless (like... more than 40 at least) flat tires.Also pro tip, something I did a year back (and I'm sure this helps with it) is I got some tire liners. It's an extra layer of rubber to help prevent flats. Idk which is working better, the tubes or those tire liners but the fact is, I haven't gotten a flat in over 2 years of daily, heavy riding! :)OLDER REVIEW:-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------K these tubes are amazing. I've gotten a few nails and pieces of metal in my tire so far and I just pull them out and you can actually HEAR the air stop after you pull it out. Then I just pump up the tire a little and I'm good to go. I would have had 4 or 5 flats by now on any other tube 5Slime had little or no effectAs luck would have it, about a week after putting this on my bike it got holed. The tube explosively sprayed slime all over my bike for the 2 seconds it took me to stop in a panic after which it was entirely flat. I don't know what I had expected, but it certainly wasn't green slime up my shorts.The decompression was so dramatic I assumed I must have ripped a gash in the tire, but it turned out to be a simple sub-millimeter hole, well under the size the slime was supposed to be able to plug. Perhaps it is only effective at lower pressures -- my tire was at 65psi.So much for the slime! The tube did, however, perform like a tube before it was punctured, so partial credit. 3Make sure you read the directions and don't rely on YouTube!I ordered this for my 16 year old foster daughter because her tire kept going flat. I refused to help her because let's be real, at 16 it's time to start learning how to be self sufficient. Well she came in the house to show me that the tube was wayyyyyy too big and I asked her if she read the directions that came in the box. She looked at me like I was an idiot for having the nerve to ask if she READ the directions and was like "no I watched Youtube." So I stared at her with that "annoyed, are you serious, that was a dumb answer" mom look for a minute without saying anything to her and asked her to bring me the directions.The directions specifically say to blow up the tube a little bit to be able to get the tube completely inserted in the tire without being flimsy. Once in the tire, put the tire back on the rim THEN fill the tube up the rest of the way. Once she did that, guess what happened, THE TUBE WAS PERFECT and she apologized for bitching because I bought the WRONG size. Nope not today kid. (Plus I bought the size she told me to buy based on what her tire said it required). What was the life lesson she learned that day? Don't believe everything you see on the internet and read the directions! 4Excellent. My go-to tube for desert riding.I bought two of these about a year ago for riding in the Arizona desert, where cactus spines are always a problem. They are fantastic! They've held up to punctures over and over again. At least one time I got a flat, the slime had sealed it by the time I pumped up the tire again. Dealing with the slime clogging the valves can be annoying, but it is preventable (mine got clogged because I hadn't used slime tubes before and I didn't turn the valve to a good angle to drain slime before inflating), and it is worth it. I'm still using one of the tubes, but I have to replace the other because it blew when the temperatures sored here and I forgot to adjust the pressure. I guess that's one type of flat the slime won't seal. To replace it, though, I'm definitely buying these again. 5
Slime Smart Tube Schrader Valve Bicycle Self SealingTube (26 x 1.75-2.125), 2 Pack

Slime Smart Tube Schrader Valve Bicycle Self SealingTube (26 x 1.75-2.125), 2 Pack

3.9
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
NZ$ 73.00
Sale price
NZ$ 73.00
Regular price
NZ$ 120.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (NZ$ 47.00)