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Tubolito

Tubolito is the lightest, smallest, strongest, fastest, most advanced bike tube ever created. Using a newly developed process of production, they transferred the technology of the lightweight membranes from mobile phone loudspeakers to pressure-resistant bicycle tubes. The company claims it is twice as durable as a standard tube, plus it is also up to 80% lighter and smaller than a traditional tube. In fact, it perfectly fits into any jersey pocket as a reliable replacement for standard tubes. Available now in several sizes for all types of bikes. watch the video below

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