Continental Quality Road Long Valve Inner Tube 700c £1.81 @ Wiggle (Delivery £2.99)
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Continental Quality Road Long Valve Inner Tube 700c £1.81 @ Wiggle (Delivery £2.99)

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Found 28th Jan
Continental Quality Road Long Valve Inner Tube 700c x 20-25 Race 28, reduced from £8.99 to £1.81.
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+£2.99 delivery
Excellent price quality product and quality retailer . Heat added
gazdoubleu35 m ago

+£2.99 delivery


Thanks OP, I have stocked up with enough to get the free delivery. Can’t go wrong at that price (if you have a road bike of course!)
Unfortunately, I cannot agree as to the quality product. I installed this very same tube on my bike a few weeks ago, after a major repair; had a new wheel, and new tyre to go with it. I was so happy that everything is new and I would be puncture free for a while, however the tube had e defect, and there were two very minute spots (cannot even call them holes) from where they were letting air out. I just finished patching it a few hours ago. It was so annoying because they were so tiny, the tube would hold air for almost two days before becoming almost completely deflated. Anyway, rant over but really disappointing to had gotten a defective one.
dewonderful1 m ago

Cool story bro



Glad you appreciated it m8.
Do they still do the free haribo? it's not mentioned by the OP.
I’ve used these tubes reliably for years. Fantastic price. Heat added
Thanks. Just ordered 7 to get free delivery.
37229 h, 13 m ago

Unfortunately, I cannot agree as to the quality product. I installed this …Unfortunately, I cannot agree as to the quality product. I installed this very same tube on my bike a few weeks ago, after a major repair; had a new wheel, and new tyre to go with it. I was so happy that everything is new and I would be puncture free for a while, however the tube had e defect, and there were two very minute spots (cannot even call them holes) from where they were letting air out. I just finished patching it a few hours ago. It was so annoying because they were so tiny, the tube would hold air for almost two days before becoming almost completely deflated. Anyway, rant over but really disappointing to had gotten a defective one.


So in summary a company that make 5 zillion innertubes annually made one that wasn't great but would do.
7 ordered to include free delivery. Thanks
Ordered 7, cheers OP!
johnnystorm1 h, 47 m ago

So in summary a company that make 5 zillion innertubes annually made one …So in summary a company that make 5 zillion innertubes annually made one that wasn't great but would do.


Sounds like you were unlucky, I've only experienced one problem with Continental in over thirty years, tyre not tube.
372212 h, 3 m ago

Unfortunately, I cannot agree as to the quality product. I installed this …Unfortunately, I cannot agree as to the quality product. I installed this very same tube on my bike a few weeks ago, after a major repair; had a new wheel, and new tyre to go with it. I was so happy that everything is new and I would be puncture free for a while, however the tube had e defect, and there were two very minute spots (cannot even call them holes) from where they were letting air out. I just finished patching it a few hours ago. It was so annoying because they were so tiny, the tube would hold air for almost two days before becoming almost completely deflated. Anyway, rant over but really disappointing to had gotten a defective one.


You sure that wasn't a pinch flat?
I just ordered some, and they have high5 for £3.48 20 for tabs, free delivery above£12.Thanks for posting
Edited by: "XNET" 29th Jan
huwy12333 m ago

You sure that wasn't a pinch flat?


It sounds exactly like a pinch flat.
Cheers, buddy.
thelimopit35 m ago

It sounds exactly like a pinch flat.


He probably pinched it while putting the tyre on.
Bargain, thanks, just picked up 8 as spares for my 50 mm rims!
muhasib11 h, 14 m ago

Do they still do the free haribo? it's not mentioned by the OP.


They did with my order which arrived today.
huwy1236 h, 57 m ago

You sure that wasn't a pinch flat?



I'm no cycling know-it-all but am not a newbie either (10+ years). I thought the same thing - must have pinched it, but the markings did not look like a pinch. Anyway, I was just trying to give my two cents and advice some people that quality could vary, but it looks like it was a waste of time as it only gave rise to disparaging comments.
372219 h, 9 m ago

Unfortunately, I cannot agree as to the quality product. I installed this …Unfortunately, I cannot agree as to the quality product. I installed this very same tube on my bike a few weeks ago, after a major repair; had a new wheel, and new tyre to go with it. I was so happy that everything is new and I would be puncture free for a while, however the tube had e defect, and there were two very minute spots (cannot even call them holes) from where they were letting air out. I just finished patching it a few hours ago. It was so annoying because they were so tiny, the tube would hold air for almost two days before becoming almost completely deflated. Anyway, rant over but really disappointing to had gotten a defective one.


Punctures happen mate. No amount of brand new tyres, tubes are wheels are going to stop them. Sometimes you can get several on a ride then not get one for a few months. I do 200-300 miles per week, right through the winter. If I puncture I'm back on the road within 2 minutes. Fitting endurance tyres may limit the amount, but punctures are inevitable. Being prepared for them is the key. Get lot's of practice at changing a tube, Always carry a spare tube, decent tools and Co2. Make sure your tyres are inflated to the correct pressure. If they're under inflated you will pinch flat and get two small pin holes like you describe. Fitting the tube correctly fully inside the tyre prior to inflating and not pinching the tube with your tools will also help.
chaffordred4 m ago

Punctures happen mate. No amount of brand new tyres, tubes are wheels are …Punctures happen mate. No amount of brand new tyres, tubes are wheels are going to stop them. Sometimes you can get several on a ride then not get one for a few months. I do 200-300 miles per week, right through the winter. If I puncture I'm back on the road within 2 minutes. Fitting endurance tyres may limit the amount, but punctures are inevitable. Being prepared for them is the key. Get lot's of practice at changing a tube, Always carry a spare tube, decent tools and Co2. Make sure your tyres are inflated to the correct pressure. If they're under inflated you will pinch flat and get two small pin holes like you describe. Fitting the tube correctly fully inside the tyre prior to inflating and not pinching the tube with your tools will also help.



I agree with what you say mate . I cycle about as much as you.
I clicked on this thinking I found a great deal on Bic pens but to my disappointment all is not as it seems
OoS at this price
Nice arrived today. What is the reason for the long stem size?
ssc146 m ago

Nice arrived today. What is the reason for the long stem size?



You would need a long valve for aero rims.

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Edited by: "3722" 31st Jan
37221 h, 10 m ago

You would need a long valve for aero rims.[Image]

OK thanks.
OOS
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