Universal Puncture Repair Spray Kit

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B'TWIN

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EGP 79.00

Universal Puncture Repair Spray Kit

Made for

repairing and reinflating a Tubeless tyre or punctured inner tube instantly and without tools.
The anti-puncture spray allows you to repair holes that are under 1 mm, without changing the inner tube or applying a patch.

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Advantage
CompatibilityFor tubeless tyres and/or Presta and Schrader inner tubes.
Ease of useDoes not require removal of the inner tube.
Fast actingAllows you to resume riding quickly after experiencing a puncture.
Compact designVery compact design that easily fits in a pocket or bag.
Waranty2 Years
Technical Information

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How to use a bike puncture repair aerosol?
1/ Remove the object which created the puncture. 2/ Shake the can vigorously 3/ Rotate the wheel until the valve is on top. 4/ Tightly screw the correct nozzle onto your inner tube valve (the can comes with 2 nozzles: Schrader and Presta)5/ Holding the can vertically, empty it entirely 6/ Rotate the wheel in order to spread the product evenly. 7/ Ride for a few km and then reinflate your tyre to its full pressure
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Tip from the pros
You should replace the repaired inner tube after your ride. When used to prevent punctures, this product is effective for up to three months.
nformation / Concept / Technology
Composition
Composition: mix of saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons made of 90% propane and propene. Weight: 86 g.

Test
Our agrochemist engineers, as part of our validation tests for European standards.

Product test
Tested and approved by a panel of 20 young cyclists. 100% effective when the repair is done correctly (watch our video before repairing your tyre)

Stockage tips
WARNING! Extremely flammable aerosol. Pressurised container: may burst if exposed to heat.

Maintenance tips
Watch our video to see how to repair an inner tube.

Reviews

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Twin puncture repair can
Used for 1 week or less
Ive tried this product twice and both times it failed to stop even a small puncture.
Crappy Instructions
Used for 1 week or less
I found the instructions after a few minutes...back of wrapper...but they are not very good. They're too small for me to read even with special glasses to increase the print size. There are also too many diagrams by way of explanation and these are not always clear. I suppose they don't have written instructions because those would be more expensive to produce. Hence, I would NOT recommend this product.
Response of the brand
Thank you for your feedback regarding the instructions. We sell this item in all European countries and the diagrams are used for this purpose. There is also a QR code you can scan which takes you to a youtube film demonstrating the item in use.

I use this item and here are a few pointers I have picked up over time. 1) Make sure the tyre is fully deflated before use. 2) Valve must be at the 12 o clock position when filling 3) after securely attaching the sealant to the tyre valve the transparent tube and canister must be as vertical as possible (12 o clock position) and in line with the innertube valve. 4) once content has been emptied and can removed, spin wheel for 20 seconds to spread the foam evenly throughout the innertube.
Peter Lazarus, National Cycling Manager, DECATHLON
Easy to use and effective
Used for 1 week or less
Tried once, worked once! A lot easier than swapping out a tube in the rain.
Why are the instructions not on the product?
Used for 1 week or less
I bought this on my lunch hour, rushed back to work to use it. No instructions, so I had to just try it. Most of the foam went everywhere - it inflated my tyre but I have no idea if it worked, I’ll have to just keep my fingers crossed until I finish work, and then I’m in a big rush to pick my daughter up so if it hasn’t worked I’ll be seriously inconvenienced! Put the instructions on it (not just on this website)!
Response of the brand
Hello,
The user instructions are found on this can. You simply need to peel back the label to uncover the user guide.
After using this item a few times there are a four fundamentals to respect.
1) ensure there is no air in your inntertube prior to application.
2) your innertube valve needs to be pointing downwards (12 o clock)
3) both tube and can need to be totally vertical (no kinks or bends)
4) remove the metal valve/hose from the innertube as quickly as possible to avoid spillage
Regards,
Peter Lazarus, National Cycling Manager, DECATHLON
Jason not found this answer helpful
Got me home!
Used for 1 week or less
Had a flat tyre, used this product and MTB tyre inflated sufficient to continue on ride. Will need to replace tube, but as a get you home accessory - fantastic.
Good idea- shame it does not work!
Used for 1 week or less
I bought this product hoping to find an easy solution to punctures. I have tried this on two occasions. On the first- the foam went everywhere and when I unscrewed it my inner tube valve was unscrewed with it. Result- foam party! The second time- Screwed it on, filled my tire, tried to unscrew- poured out- foam party 2!! Absolute rubbish!
Response of the brand
I'm sorry to read that the foam came out so quickly. Generally speaking, as long as the canister and tube are held vertical (with no bend in the tube) then it should not leak out in any significant amount. I would agree that some slight of hand is required to swiftly unscrew the valve adapter.
If you are not happy with the item, please feel free to return it for a replacement.
Regards,
Peter Lazarus, National Cycling Manager, DECATHLON
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