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2 x Vittoria Zaffiro Bike Tyre 700 x 25c Rigid - Puncture Resistance £8.95 (£4.48 per tyre) @ Halfords (Free click and collect)
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2 x Vittoria Zaffiro Bike Tyre 700 x 25c Rigid - Puncture Resistance £8.95 (£4.48 per tyre) @ Halfords (Free click and collect)

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Posted 19th Nov 2019

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Works out at £4.48 a tyre with the BOGOF offer on Vittoria Zaffiro Bike Tyre 700 x 25cc, which have good puncture resistance. Add two to basket and take to checkout to see the discount applied. Free click and collect.

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The Vittoria Zaffiro Bike Tyre 700x25 is the most reliable training tyre across the Vittoria range and is designed for fewer flats, secure grip and long tread life.

Vittoria Zaffiro Bike Tyre 700 x 25c

  • Rigid steel body version of Zaffiro Pro comes with the strongest casing
  • Economical tyre with long service life
  • Modern tread pattern design
  • Size: 700c x 25c
  • Pressure rating 5-7 bars
  • Colour: Black


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saabfan19/11/2019 11:36

Don't forget TopCashBack


The big boss of hukd is kind of hoping everybody would
The last time this offer was on, I ordered online for collection in store, and was given a pair of Vittoria Rubino Pros worth £21.50 each by mistake. Happy days!
Besford19/11/2019 18:07

He's Mr Happy isn't he!


Normally he isn't so bad but he's been a technical consultant in various cases regarding carbon fibre bikes where the rider has actually died or had major injuries. The only other time I've seen him so obviously angry was when he showed a repair of a carbon fibre bike done by an incompetent repairer which left the bike in a very dangerous state. Surprisingly though he is a big fan of carbon fibre bikes he even builds his own CF frames and I believe is an ex Boeing engineer specialising in carbon fibre who now repairs and scans CF frames and forks. Most of his youtube channel is showing manufacturing issues with CF frames and forks although it is mainly the forks that have critical safety issues and I think the majority of those are the bonded type where a aluminium steerer is bonded to CF blades. I also think the majority of CF fork recalls have been that type but not all.
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Great deal. I prefer the Pro model folding tyre but these will be perfect for my son's road bike
Don't forget TopCashBack
Will these fit 700x28c ?
saabfan19/11/2019 11:36

Don't forget TopCashBack


The big boss of hukd is kind of hoping everybody would
hotmik19/11/2019 12:10

The big boss of hukd is kind of hoping everybody would


Do they get paid out extra if we use tcb? Boooo.
jasee19/11/2019 11:49

Will these fit 700x28c ?


Hi Jasee,

You've provided your current tyre size, but you need to be looking at the rims. However, if the current rim had 700x28c out of the factory, I'm gonna guess the 25c should work for you, but I would definitely advise you to get advice from the manufacturer/shop or better yet, find the rim size.
I wish this deal was on a 700x38. Great deal for those it fits though.
Edited by: "nige182" 19th Nov 2019
easyphones19/11/2019 12:30

Hi Jasee,You've provided your current tyre size, but you need to be …Hi Jasee,You've provided your current tyre size, but you need to be looking at the rims. However, if the current rim had 700x28c out of the factory, I'm gonna guess the 25c should work for you, but I would definitely advise you to get advice from the manufacturer/shop or better yet, find the rim size.



Thanks for your advice, I've ordered four click and collect, before they run out! I'll take a wheel along and see what they've got to say. The ones it was supplied with punture very easily so these look good.
Last time I looked Planet X were doing Kenda 700x28 at £3 each (max 2 per order) however there is £4.99 postage. Only really makes sense if you are buying other stuff at the same time. I bought the Kenda's before and the look to be pull's off a bike. Likely they buy in a bike from the far east that comes with these tyres and then replace them with a better brand. Kenda's are great tyres though and they actually make tyres for many other brands, they are a big OEM supplier. Like these Vittoria tyres the Kenda's aren't a supple tyre they are more of a everyday heavy tyre. However at 700x28 they should be more comfortable and better grip at the expense of greater weight.

Still got them.


planetx.co.uk/i/q…yre

Reason I suspect they are pulled from another bike is I've bought them twice and on one occasion they still had the inner tubes in. They always seem to have them in stock so I'm guessing they fit lighter and more sporty tyres to the bikes that have these.
Will my 700 28c tubes work on these, thanks?
Gooner7719/11/2019 13:51

Will my 700 28c tubes work on these, thanks?


Yeah they will be fine.
Gooner7719/11/2019 13:51

Will my 700 28c tubes work on these, thanks?


Look on the tubes, sometimes you get tubes that are 700x25 - 700x28 and sometimes you get tubes that state 700x28 - 700x32.

If you use a one size larger tube than you should it is possible with high pressure to force the tyre beading out of the rim and cause the tyre to come off. It's safer to use a one size smaller inner tube on a larger tyre although a greater risk of punctures. I think most people would get away with either though to be honest most of the time. It really depends on how willing you are to take a small risk. People ride with carbon fibre forks and they can fail without warning causing major injury or death in that context I would say low risk for such tubes.

youtube.com/wat…CPA
The last time this offer was on, I ordered online for collection in store, and was given a pair of Vittoria Rubino Pros worth £21.50 each by mistake. Happy days!
bonzobanana19/11/2019 14:16

Look on the tubes, sometimes you get tubes that are 700x25 - 700x28 and …Look on the tubes, sometimes you get tubes that are 700x25 - 700x28 and sometimes you get tubes that state 700x28 - 700x32.If you use a one size larger tube than you should it is possible with high pressure to force the tyre beading out of the rim and cause the tyre to come off. It's safer to use a one size smaller inner tube on a larger tyre although a greater risk of punctures. I think most people would get away with either though to be honest most of the time. It really depends on how willing you are to take a small risk. People ride with carbon fibre forks and they can fail without warning causing major injury or death in that context I would say low risk for such tubes.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKDTpNZzCPA


He's Mr Happy isn't he!
Besford19/11/2019 18:07

He's Mr Happy isn't he!


Normally he isn't so bad but he's been a technical consultant in various cases regarding carbon fibre bikes where the rider has actually died or had major injuries. The only other time I've seen him so obviously angry was when he showed a repair of a carbon fibre bike done by an incompetent repairer which left the bike in a very dangerous state. Surprisingly though he is a big fan of carbon fibre bikes he even builds his own CF frames and I believe is an ex Boeing engineer specialising in carbon fibre who now repairs and scans CF frames and forks. Most of his youtube channel is showing manufacturing issues with CF frames and forks although it is mainly the forks that have critical safety issues and I think the majority of those are the bonded type where a aluminium steerer is bonded to CF blades. I also think the majority of CF fork recalls have been that type but not all.
Need 29s slick or semi slick
bonzobanana19/11/2019 14:16

Look on the tubes, sometimes you get tubes that are 700x25 - 700x28 and …Look on the tubes, sometimes you get tubes that are 700x25 - 700x28 and sometimes you get tubes that state 700x28 - 700x32.If you use a one size larger tube than you should it is possible with high pressure to force the tyre beading out of the rim and cause the tyre to come off. It's safer to use a one size smaller inner tube on a larger tyre although a greater risk of punctures. I think most people would get away with either though to be honest most of the time. It really depends on how willing you are to take a small risk. People ride with carbon fibre forks and they can fail without warning causing major injury or death in that context I would say low risk for such tubes.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKDTpNZzCPA


Good points with the tyres. But seeing as everything from the frame to the forks, seat post, wheels, handlebars etc are all carbon on my bike, I'm not going to have anything but carbon forks. You could argue that any of those parts on my bike could fail and cause serious injury or Death. The thing is, you're more likely to get turned into a hamburger by the average motorist than from using carbon fibre bicycles.
Looking for 700x35c tyres in similar price...anyone know something, pm me please.
zebz00120/11/2019 06:12

Looking for 700x35c tyres in similar price...anyone know something, pm me …Looking for 700x35c tyres in similar price...anyone know something, pm me please.


planetx.co.uk/i/q…yre
Brian08920/11/2019 04:11

Need 29s slick or semi slick


Planet x might do this
Cycling_chum20/11/2019 06:33

https://www.planetx.co.uk/i/q/TYVIRAN/vittoria-randonneur-wired-tyre


Thanks, they only allow to 2 per customer and I need 6, as got 3 bikes. Need tyres in basically same price bracket as those in post as I can get kenda tyres cheaper elsewhere

centrumrowerowe.pl/opo…951
woldranger19/11/2019 12:17

Do they get paid out extra if we use tcb? Boooo.


Hukd get nowt if you use TCB as you get the cashback rather than them.
zebz00120/11/2019 06:42

Thanks, they only allow to 2 per customer and I need 6, as got 3 bikes. …Thanks, they only allow to 2 per customer and I need 6, as got 3 bikes. Need tyres in basically same price bracket as those in post as I can get kenda tyres cheaper elsewherehttps://www.centrumrowerowe.pl/opona-kenda-eurotrek-k197-pd19229/?v_Id=67951


Lol
I've used these tyres a lot over the last 5 years and I've never punctured one. Not the grippiest in the wet but great in the dry summer months.
michael.boundary20/11/2019 06:57

Hukd get nowt if you use TCB as you get the cashback rather than them.


If you use Quidco though it is a different story (as they own Quidco)
Bbqforce1020/11/2019 08:13

If you use Quidco though it is a different story (as they own Quidco)


Really? So the owner's of pepper own Quidco? Glad I use tcb
woldranger19/11/2019 12:17

Do they get paid out extra if we use tcb? Boooo.


Think it might be because people won't click on the hukd link to the deal which means the boss doesn't see the money since you'd go to tcb first.
Very good tyres. I've had 2 sets of these now and cant fault them. No punctures, good dry grip but useless in the wet. Great deal but I wont need any for another year or so.
Good tyres for the price but they do wear out faster than more expensive ones I've bought. I do more miles per year on my bike than I do in my car, so these tyres will last a casual cyclist a long time. They are much better than other cheap tyres I have tried.
Dekard9720/11/2019 05:07

Good points with the tyres. But seeing as everything from the frame to the …Good points with the tyres. But seeing as everything from the frame to the forks, seat post, wheels, handlebars etc are all carbon on my bike, I'm not going to have anything but carbon forks. You could argue that any of those parts on my bike could fail and cause serious injury or Death. The thing is, you're more likely to get turned into a hamburger by the average motorist than from using carbon fibre bicycles.


Carbon fibre frames don't seem to be such an issue, if the CF cracks at the top of the seat tube or at the bottom bracket or even a seat or chain stay often the rider still has full control and will sense the issue and stop but forks breaking instantly can plunge you to the ground for a massive head injury or leave in you a place where a articulated lorry can go straight over you. Forks are just a more critical component in general hence a lot more recalls on forks than frames where frames failing aren't taken so seriously. Unfortunately even with aluminium and titanium bikes they still often have carbon fibre forks so really they are no safer than a full carbon fibre bike. In fact you could make the case that as aluminium bikes are generally cheaper and more likely to have bonded carbon fibre blades with aluminium steerer they are actually less safe especially as lower price would likely mean a lower manufacturing cost and quality level possibly too. Strangely the best option for lightness without compromising safety very much seems to be a CF frame with steel forks but no one seems to supply those off the shelf.

Totally agree about motorists but that is out of your control, you can only improve the odds of not dying from your side i.e. the bike you use or the roads you cycle. I see suicidal cyclists all the time though, cycling at night without lights, children on main roads amongst the trucks etc, perhaps only 11 years old, cyclists weaving in and out of traffic where the vehicles may not see they are there. Many cyclists don't ride defensively to say the least they keep pushing their luck.
woldranger19/11/2019 12:17

Do they get paid out extra if we use tcb? Boooo.


The reverse right? - HotUKDeals is all about people clicking the red button on the top for referral payment. If you go to topcashback and navigate to the merchant you get that payment not HotUKDeals
woldranger19/11/2019 12:17

Do they get paid out extra if we use tcb? Boooo.


No they get paid nothing as TCB get paid instead. Why would it be bad if they did? Someone has to fund this site otherwise it doesn't exist.

Booo evil corporations
michael.boundary20/11/2019 06:57

Hukd get nowt if you use TCB as you get the cashback rather than them.


TCB don't give it all away... Think about it.
Ordered.Thanks!
us_agent201220/11/2019 11:24

No they get paid nothing as TCB get paid instead. Why would it be bad if …No they get paid nothing as TCB get paid instead. Why would it be bad if they did? Someone has to fund this site otherwise it doesn't exist.Booo evil corporations


Because of how they've screwed this site up over the past couple of years. What used to be a great little community based site is now a cash cow for pepper - the guys who used to knock out a selection of great deals are now encouraged to go for quality over quantity and the mods run roughshod over the lot of us. Just a couple of the noticeable "improvements" of late.

So unless it's a massive rush I'll not make payment for something by clicking the link. I'm on the lookout for an alternative site and I know I'm not alone in thinking this way after a fair few conversations I've had and a lot of comments I've read. It's a shame but such is life.
Thanks OP for this. My tyre split the other weekend, and you've saved me a day or more pondering what I should replace it with.

How are people getting on with tubeless tyres, are they worth moving over to?
bonzobanana19/11/2019 13:31

Last time I looked Planet X were doing Kenda 700x28 at £3 each (max 2 per …Last time I looked Planet X were doing Kenda 700x28 at £3 each (max 2 per order) however there is £4.99 postage. Only really makes sense if you are buying other stuff at the same time. I bought the Kenda's before and the look to be pull's off a bike. Likely they buy in a bike from the far east that comes with these tyres and then replace them with a better brand. Kenda's are great tyres though and they actually make tyres for many other brands, they are a big OEM supplier. Like these Vittoria tyres the Kenda's aren't a supple tyre they are more of a everyday heavy tyre. However at 700x28 they should be more comfortable and better grip at the expense of greater weight. Still got them.https://www.planetx.co.uk/i/q/TYKENKWST/kenda-k-west-700c-wired-tyreReason I suspect they are pulled from another bike is I've bought them twice and on one occasion they still had the inner tubes in. They always seem to have them in stock so I'm guessing they fit lighter and more sporty tyres to the bikes that have these.


LOL
I was just ordering these 28c & they literally just doubled the price as I was checking out.Up to £6 now.
us_agent201220/11/2019 11:25

TCB don't give it all away... Think about it.


Well obviously, I wasn’t suggesting otherwise (well at least didn’t intend it to come across that way).
The point being made was that by clicking the deal link here Hukd get the full commission for you doing so.
If you go to the deal by other methods then Hukd get nothing.
Edited by: "michael.boundary" 20th Nov 2019
Hello all!

I bought this bike a few weeks ago gooutdoors.co.uk/159…291


I says the tyre size is 700c x 38 does that mean I have to get tyres of this exactly or is the width of the tyre flexable as in will this be ok?


Thanks in advance!
agodin20/11/2019 15:10

Hello all!I bought this bike a few weeks ago …Hello all!I bought this bike a few weeks ago https://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/15903291/compass-control-men-s-hybrid-bike-15903291I says the tyre size is 700c x 38 does that mean I have to get tyres of this exactly or is the width of the tyre flexable as in will this be ok?Thanks in advance!



Measure your rim width.
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