Plug and ride.
Tubeless tires open up the door to cloud-like comfort through their cushy low-pressure riding. But when the unthinkable happens and you get a puncture in your tire, it's easy to feel your enthusiasm deflate just like your tire. Thankfully, Dynaplug's ultra compact Pill Tubeless Tire Repair Kit brings their repair plug system to the world of tubeless bicycle tires. Featuring 5 pointed brass-tipped plugs, the Pill makes fixing a puncture easy: simply remove the puncturing object from your tire, align the plug with the puncture, push it in, and remove the pill. This leaves behind the tip, sealing the tire and getting you down the road in a flash.
- Machined from solid billet 6061 aluminum.
- Includes 5 tire repair plugs, 2 insertion tubes, a micro knife, an air stopper, and a pipe cleaner.
- Brass-tipped pointed plugs easily insert into punctures, sealing them.
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Really useful product for peace of mind on those long rides
If you've ever had to break the bead from the rim on a tubeless tire in order to insert a tube while on the road you'll certainly appreciate the Dynaplug Pill. Several weeks after receiving the Dynaplug I had the opportunity to use it and can attest that it works as advertised. The repaired tire is still on the rim, plug and all. I was fortunate that not much air had yet escaped from the punctured tire but the sealant wasn't stopping the leak. It takes a bit of pressure to insert the plug but once inserted - no more leak. The Dynaplug Pill seems expensive until the cost of a new tire is factored into the equation, and it contains extra plugs to make multiple repairs. The product is small, taking up little room in the jersey pocket or saddle bag. If you're riding tubeless tires this a product you should consider.
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