Due to innovative processing of a special material Tubolitos are not only lighter but also more robust than classic tubes made of rubber.
Yes, with the Tubo-Flix-Kit developd by us a Tubolito can be easily patched.
Yes, we performed tests with different products. Following products seal Tubolitos:
Sealant: Oko Puncture free Bike
Repair Spray: Nigrin Reifendicht; Vittoria Pitstop Super Magnum; Tip Top Pannenspray; Güp Kwiki
While our road products are also made for rim brakes, the tubes for MTB can only be used with disk brakes. This is due to the different processing of the material.
Our road products do comply with the test DIN4210 (15 minutes of braking with maximum 10×10 seconds interruption) with aluminium and carbon rims.
Doing a disruptive test, meaning braking as long as the product is defect, Tubolitos do not lose the air explosive such as butyl products, but slowly over several minutes.
The maximum and minimum air pressure are basically determined by the tyre. Please check the indications of your tyre!
Please note that not mounted Tubolitos are not supposed to be inflated with more than 0,5bar/7psi. Otherwise they will be deformed and can get defective.
As long as the dimensions of the the wheel (wheel diameter and width) are the same, this can be done without problems.
Yes. However, as for butyl tubes, CO2 does not stay as long in the tube as air, meaning that reinflating will be necessary earlier.
We might ask you to submit product information about your Tubolito for quality review purposes. Please send us the following two codes.
Step 1. Finding the product code of your Tubolito.
The product code is a 9 digit code next to the Tubolito logo on your tube. In the example picture: 907111206
Step 2. Finding the batch code of your Tubolito.
The batch code is made up of 4 or 5 digits and a letter and is printed right underneath the name of your Tubolito. In the example picture: 19465A
Thank you for your help and we hope you continue to enjoy using Tubolito.