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  • Tubes filled with specially formulated Slime product seals instantly when tube is punctured or pinched
  • Seals punctures up to 1/8"
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Best Use Cycling
Wheel Size 700c
Valve Type Presta
Dimensions 700 x 28-35
Weight Unavailable
Rated 4 out of 5 by from They work for me, but are hard to patch Slime tubes really do work. I have pulled out dozens of goat-heads (spikey plant seeds) from my tires. Most of the time the sealant works by itself. Sometimes I have to spin the wheel to get the slime to fill in the hole. But then I pump up the tube and I am ready to roll again. However, it is not perfect. And when I do get a puncture that does not self-heal it is extremely hard to patch. The slime gets everywhere and interferes with the glue. So every year or so I have to buy a new tube. I use them to commute and for mountain biking.
Date published: 2013-06-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Don't trust other reviews These guys are obviously using Slime tubes with skinny race tires. I commute everyday with Slime and Panaracer T-Serv my last tubes lasted 4200 miles(2 yrs). Combine with Kevlar tires and you have a dependable commuter set up that will get you where you need to go 99% of the time. The only con I have is that the valves corrode sealed over time because you never have to change them. Lycra roadies need to stick to your liteweight tubes and pizza cutters, and just keep on changing flats. Hey it happens, deal with it.
Date published: 2011-03-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from save yourself the headache. REI had a good price on these. I bought 5 or 6. Big mistake. where do I start ? 1. they are very heavy 2. they kinda seal a leak only at low pressure 3. where the green stuff comes out, a patch won't stick 4. the brass valves are cr*p. they corrode. or you have to put the lock nut down tightly or else they leak. Then the brass on brass nut sticks and you can't unlock by hand I returned them all. If it's possible to despise an inanimate object, well.. I despise these. AVOID
Date published: 2016-03-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Presta + Slime = clogged valve When you fill a presta tube with air, you normally have to pop the valve head after you un-screw it. When there is slime in the tube, some of the slime comes out and clogs the valve. After 2-3 fills, the valve is all clogged up and filling becomes a big problem. Schrader valves are fine, but forget slime with with Presta valves.
Date published: 2009-06-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good idea This will cut down on the number of possible tube punctures, but will not seal all puncture one might get. It has cut down by half the number of times I've had to patch a tube. Regular tube patches will work on this tube, but you have to be sure to clean the green slime off before attempting to patch a hole.
Date published: 2007-09-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from don't waste your time Where I live during late summer/fall the bike trails are littered with these spikey plant things. So every fall I spend a bunch of time fixing flat tires. This year my kindergartner wants to ride her bike to school. That would be great except three times last week one or both of us got a flat tire. On Sunday, my first bike ride since getting my bike out of the shop (had a tune up) I got a flat tire two miles into the ride. So I purchased the slime product today and at midnight this evening I fixed my flat. So far so good. Only my tire needed more air so I tried to unscrew the Presta Valve, and the whole valve fell apart and slime squirted all over the place. So now, once again I either have to fix my tire (since the slime inner tube lasted all of 5 minutes) or take it back to the bike shop so that my little girl can enjoy her bike ride....a complete waste of [$] and twenty minutes of my time.
Date published: 2011-09-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from When slime is a good thing I ride my hybrid bike 2-3 times a week, 15 to 20 miles per ride. About 2/3 of my ride is in bike lanes. There's lots of glass, thorns, etc. to make life interesting. The slime tires have extended my innertube life. I still get flats but much less often.
Date published: 2016-09-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Slime tubes are garbage I bought these tubes and they split at the seam, failed to heal, and then the stem failed and snapped in two. I've yet to find a tube that doesn't suck, but these tubes suck far beyond reason.
Date published: 2009-01-30
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What is the length of the stem, 42mm or 48mm?

Asked by: beckemeier
The stem length is 42mm.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-12-07
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