Involvement:General (knows how to use it) - Ownership:1 week to 1 month
One would feel safer having this item instead of a spare tire.
however, the build quality is low. the tools are too big - might work for a tractor tire, but on a car you might damage your tire and end up buying a set of new tires instead of fixing a flat one permanently. I might be wrong.. one would need a set of pliers to remove the nail (or other metal) that punctured the tire - so don't forget the pliers in your trunk plus - the instructions are poor, you have to twist the material on its way out to close the hole - this is not listed
better keep this as a last resort and use your spare tire. the brown material seems not reliable - it could break, so keep it in cool and shadow
it could work as a present, and as last resort safety in case you do not carry a spare tire.
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