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  • posted byDrizztASD on 10/17/2016

    exatamente lo que dice que es


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  • posted bywheelo on 08/10/2016

    pros: plenty of patches for little money Cons, the glue can run out if not used quickly enough. These are perfect if you are running a business and fix punctures regularly.

    Impression:Value for money;

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  • posted byJonasSilv on 11/06/2013

    A great number of patches for this price. The back paper on the patches is sometimes difficult to take away, when you remove the back paper you also detroys the edge of the patch if you not are very careful. This takes some extra time. . . . . . . The shipping time was very long. I wish it was of... Read more

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  • posted byalexgrgr on 10/13/2013

    Wow, There are certainly a lot of patches. They are large enough for any puncture. One thing I hate about other kits is that there is not enough "glue" for all patches, but in this case I think the tube is big enough for all patches. For anyone new in the fantastic world of flat tires,... Read more

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  • posted byWalther1 on 06/15/2013

    Cheap and good quality at the same time. Before I use my old tubes to make patches and I always have a leaks. But with this lot I don't have any problems anymore. Maybe sandpaper. But I have one, so it isn't a problem. Glue will be hard before you use all of patches. English instruction is very a... Read more

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  • posted byFabianoRamalho on 05/14/2013

    It is a very cheap choice to stay ready for action when you have a tire tube problem. Very easy to use and small enougth to carry with your bycicle. The user manual is written in chinese characters, that is absolutely hard to me to understand. I suggest that an english version of user manual be a... Read more

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  • posted bytehomonkey on 01/26/2013

    Cheap. A repair set sold locally for about the same price only contains four rubber patches. This one contains 48! Build quality seems good, then again, there's not much that could go wrong with rubber patches. They have a good thickness, but are not too stiff. Sets bought locally usually contain... Read more

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  • posted byjonathan2908 on 01/15/2013

    Great value, cheap for this number of patches, he ones in local shops so its all the same quality and they do the job fine. Also you dont need more that one box for years and years Sets bought locally usually contain a bit of sandpaper to prepare the tire before glueing and no sand paper. Would a... Read more

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  • posted byHellerox on 12/26/2012

    Lots of patches to fix your tubes and save a few bucks. Really easy to use and fix, easily a no brainer for every cyclist. Package doesn't come with sandpaper, but you can get it cheaply at your local hardware store. Not exactly a con buy you must have it in mind before you actually need to patch... Read more

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  • posted bychitopo on 12/09/2012

    Lot of ruber patchs with glue. I hope don´t spend them never. Only 24 rubber patchs (in the photo, you can see 48). The problem was that when I bougth the rubber patchs, I thougth I was buying 48 rubber patch. Very long shipping. A paypal dispute was opened because the shippng delayed more a... Read more

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