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Orange Seal Cycling 8oz Sealant with Injector

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The 8oz Sealant with Injector from Orange Seal Cycling contains a combination of premium latex and what Orange Seal has dubbed "nanites". Nanites are solid particles that work with latex to fill holes up to 1/4 inch in size. This latex-nanite mixture is formulated to be as light as possible to keep rotational weight to a minimum and is made from eco-friendly ingredients. Since cycling takes place in various conditions, this sealant is designed to provide a long life span, even in extreme altitudes and temperatures.

Available in 8oz bottle with injection nozzle.

B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

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by Anonymous
Daily Commuter
Hawaii
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Orange seal was recommended by a friend who�s been riding TL for ages. I was a slow converter to the TL tire club, but decided to go with them when I bought my Enve SES for my new road bike. I ride 80 miles a week on 28 x 700cc Continental 5000 TL at 60psi on roads with a lot of pot holes and debris. I ran over a couple wee twigs from a Kiawe tree and had to pull the embedded thorns from both tires. The sealant went immediately to work, and I was able to make it the two miles back home. I lost a little air, but if those had been tubes, they would have been done. I inspected both tires when I got home, added more sealant, air, and headed back out the door. Didn�t need to replace the tires prematurely. And although that�s a dramatic testimony in support of Orange sealant, it�s true value is in the many minuscule sealed punctures that go unnoticed while I�m riding.

Reviewed 10/26/2021
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Works great
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by Tim
Cycling Enthusiast
Houston, TX
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

After reading an article in Slowtwitch.com regarding tire sealants, Orange Seal rated the best in punctures. And this was for tubes in clinchers.

I run Continental GP4000sII tires (70025) with tubes. I had been experiencing a flat event about every 400 to 500 miles before using Orange Seal. On my first ride after installing Orange Seal, I had a puncture that sealed itself. I didn't notice an event until I got home and noticed the latex had been spewed out but was not stopped. I found the rock chip and removed it. It spewed for about 5 seconds and then sealed.

Since then, I have had two tire cuts that the sealant would not seal. However, I have not had a puncture causing a flat since installing the sealant.

I highly recommend this.

Reviewed 2/23/2017
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Good sealant.
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by Tom P.
Cycling Enthusiast
Seattle, WA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I've only had one puncture that sealed well after a small loss of air. (roadbike, 80 psi) so can't complain.

Reviewed 11/15/2021
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