700X25-32 INNER TUBE - PRESTA

    Designed for 700 tyres and wheels (road bike).

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    SKU: S90 (176495)
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    € 2.59
    Characteristics Designed for 700 tyres and wheels (road bike).
    Product Benefits
    1. Compatibility
      700x25 to 700x32 tyres and 700 (28 inch) wheels.
    Product testing
    1. Composition
      Material: 50% isobutylene, 35% active filler, 10% softener, 2.5% vulcanizer, 2.5% activator. Weight: 119 g. Valve length 33 mm.
    2. Storage advice
      Carry your inner tubes in a container to protect them from getting punctured (tool drum, original packaging…).
    3. Cleaning advice
      To get your wheel size, check the information on the tyre wall. Always have a spare inner tube and a pump.
    4. Product restrictions
      Take care not to pinch the inner tube when fitting.
    5. Product catchline
      700x25 to 700x32 inner tube for 700 (28 inch) tyres and wheels! 33 mm valve.
    Product reviews
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    • Great service friendly staff

      Brian (United Kingdom)
      Used for More than 1 year
      Great prices and knowledgeable staff
    • Faulty Inner Tube

      Owei (United Kingdom)
      Used for 1 week or less
      Purchased 3 of these tubes to go with my RANDONNEUR ROAD BIKE TYRE - 700X28 without reading the product reviews. After fixing, I made a short trip less than a mile, on returning the front tube popped. Tried inflating it but wouldn't retain air so I replaced the tube, few minutes later it popped again right at home, without anyone on the bike. Highly disappointed with purchase.
      2 punctures within 45 minutes.
      Response of the brand
      Dear Sir,
      I'm sorry to read that you encountered a puncture so soon.  Going by what you have said,  it sounds as if there may be an object stuck in your tyre causing the inner tube to deflate. It my be worth checking to make sure that the tyre hasn't pinched the innertube. The most common cause of punctures is rarely a faulty innertube.
      One innertube popping is bad luck, but having two go so soon would suggest that other factors rather than a faulty innertube is at play.
      Peter Lazarus UK Cycling Market Manager DECATHLON