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Slime Presta Bike Inner Tube - 26" - 29" £3.50 @ Halfords
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Slime Presta Bike Inner Tube - 26" - 29" £3.50 @ Halfords

£3.50£7.9956%Halfords Deals
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Posted 17th Aug

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Avoid flat tyres with these self-healing inner tubes. Various sizes available with Presta or Schrader valves
These are £9.00 each in store, but currently reduced to £3.50 online. They will happily match this price in-store. 3280504.jpg
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If you have a 700c road bike, you’re better off spending the cash on puncture-less tyres. schwalbe Marathon plus are great.
Edited by: "manbearpig" 17th Aug
I had them fitted, blocked valves was the only "improvement" I noticed
manbearpig17/08/2019 21:35

If you have a 700c road bike, you’re better off spending the cash on p …If you have a 700c road bike, you’re better off spending the cash on puncture-less tyres. schwalbe Marathon plus are great.


And you get a great workout trying to fit Schwalbe tyres onto your rims!
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Good find note only the 26ins are this price.

Don't forget your BC for additional 10% off and TCB
Will this fit 700c?
I think Aldi had reduced their own brand to 99p, when I was in earlier in the week.
mcrobbj17/08/2019 17:49

I think Aldi had reduced their own brand to 99p, when I was in earlier in …I think Aldi had reduced their own brand to 99p, when I was in earlier in the week.



Are Aldi ones any good?
Edited by: "tawse57" 17th Aug
I had them fitted, blocked valves was the only "improvement" I noticed
The ones from Lidl are cheap at the moment and have been awesome on my gravel bike. Didn't even notice a huge splinter until I checked the tyres when I got home
tawse5717/08/2019 18:07

Are Aldi ones any good?


No idea bought a couple, but haven't used them yet.
tardigradus17/08/2019 18:21

I had them fitted, blocked valves was the only "improvement" I noticed


Same! And if I did get a puncture, smelly green goo over everything as a bonus!

I guess it depends how you get the puncture though but I just went back to cheaper standard tubes after not a lot of luck with these.
Same price Wilko Ferndown ( Dorset ) plus some spray of some kind, all in clearance section
If you have a 700c road bike, you’re better off spending the cash on puncture-less tyres. schwalbe Marathon plus are great.
Edited by: "manbearpig" 17th Aug
What's the shelf life of these, any idea.
philipgregson5817/08/2019 22:38

What's the shelf life of these, any idea.


I've put slime in the inner tube for my electric unicycle and after 2 years it's still going strong
Ew
Deal-boy-trotter18/08/2019 07:22

I've put slime in the inner tube for my electric unicycle and after 2 …I've put slime in the inner tube for my electric unicycle and after 2 years it's still going strong


Thank you.
manbearpig17/08/2019 21:35

If you have a 700c road bike, you’re better off spending the cash on p …If you have a 700c road bike, you’re better off spending the cash on puncture-less tyres. schwalbe Marathon plus are great.


And you get a great workout trying to fit Schwalbe tyres onto your rims!
manbearpig17/08/2019 21:35

If you have a 700c road bike, you’re better off spending the cash on p …If you have a 700c road bike, you’re better off spending the cash on puncture-less tyres. schwalbe Marathon plus are great.


I have those tyres and they've not stopped me from getting punctures on my road bike. The YouTube video shows them withstanding drawing pins yet I've not found them to be any better than other tyres I've had.
Not a fan. May as well just change the inner tube to a new one, sometimes changing slime tyres is messy and sometimes they don't work. Its good for someone who doesn't know how to do a roadside repair but not a fan personally
Massive fan. Coupled these with kevlar tyres and not had a flat in 4 years.
Had a new boardman with kevlar and standard tubes, had a flat within a month.
Cycling_chum17/08/2019 17:20

Good find note only the 26ins are this price.Don't forget your BC for …Good find note only the 26ins are this price.Don't forget your BC for additional 10% off and TCB


BC?
Dealmessiah18/08/2019 15:28

BC?


British Cycling discount (paid membership required)
Edited by: "ghow007" 18th Aug
ghow00718/08/2019 15:32

British Cycling discount (paid membership required)


AHH, ok. Thanks
If youre repairing a puncture at home or anywhere while not out cycling I feel like a normal puncture kit is better. It's literally just finding the hole, put glue on it, then put the patch over the top. Give it a few mins to dry and sorted. Only advantage to this seems to be that you dont need to find the hole since it applies it to the whole wheel.

A new inner tube is strangely cheaper than a puncture kit though. Literally like £4 for a new tube??
mcrobbj17/08/2019 17:49

I think Aldi had reduced their own brand to 99p, when I was in earlier in …I think Aldi had reduced their own brand to 99p, when I was in earlier in the week.


My local store had them at 59p! Only 28" though.
just bought 2 of These, £3 in Boyes
Cycling_chum17/08/2019 17:20

Good find note only the 26ins are this price.Don't forget your BC for …Good find note only the 26ins are this price.Don't forget your BC for additional 10% off and TCB


Pretty sure BC 10% can’t be used on sale items as per there T&C
Bossworld18/08/2019 14:02

And you get a great workout trying to fit Schwalbe tyres onto your rims! …And you get a great workout trying to fit Schwalbe tyres onto your rims!


My Nobby Nics are a nightmare.
plewis0017/08/2019 19:19

Same! And if I did get a puncture, smelly green goo over everything as a …Same! And if I did get a puncture, smelly green goo over everything as a bonus!I guess it depends how you get the puncture though but I just went back to cheaper standard tubes after not a lot of luck with these.



I used to get loads of punctures on my mountain bike used these and had only one in a year and that was a big tear in the tyre and it still tried to seal it. It did seal for a short while but went again but I could not complain as it was a big rip. Also had them on my old road bike and no punctures at all
My withered tubes need a slime replacement. Top hole.
thanks for posting
Cheers, purchsed 1 for ebay.
Ben_W18/08/2019 15:45

If youre repairing a puncture at home or anywhere while not out cycling I …If youre repairing a puncture at home or anywhere while not out cycling I feel like a normal puncture kit is better. It's literally just finding the hole, put glue on it, then put the patch over the top. Give it a few mins to dry and sorted. Only advantage to this seems to be that you dont need to find the hole since it applies it to the whole wheel.A new inner tube is strangely cheaper than a puncture kit though. Literally like £4 for a new tube??


Yes they are, hence why I've not repaired a puncture since the 90s. I've used Slime (brand) inner tubes for over a decade, and only twice had a puncture so bad that the tyre deflated immediately, the other countless times they've saved me. I'd rather cycle home than change an inner tube in some random London ghetto...
jouster18/08/2019 18:21

Pretty sure BC 10% can’t be used on sale items as per there T&C


Technically no but my store are fairly relaxed even let me double up the discount with blue light card on the cycle to work scheme which I was amazed at. Guess I'm lucky.
AMAZING. Cycled the whole south downs way this wknd with these, not a single flat/puncture.
cheers
Hot deal! It's cheapest I ever seen for those! Heat added.
Bossworld18/08/2019 14:02

And you get a great workout trying to fit Schwalbe tyres onto your rims! …And you get a great workout trying to fit Schwalbe tyres onto your rims!


Plus say goodbye to your acceleration...
Bossworld18/08/2019 14:02

And you get a great workout trying to fit Schwalbe tyres onto your rims! …And you get a great workout trying to fit Schwalbe tyres onto your rims!


Maxxis and Vitoria tyres can be fitted without levers
XNET20/08/2019 05:25

Maxxis and Vitoria tyres can be fitted without levers


Marathons can be fitted without levers too. I don't use levers, ever.
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