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BlackburnPlugger Tubeless Repair Kit


Item # BLB003V

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Item # BLB003V

Plugger Tubeless Repair Kit

Your friends told you that with new tubeless tires, you'd never get a flat again, but unfortunately they were wrong. While riding tubeless can significantly reduce your chances of flats, goat-heads and sharp rocks can still do damage. Save yourself from the burden of tossing in a tube mid race-day with help from the Backburn Design Plugger Tubeless Repair Kit. This small kit holds 10 tubeless repair plugs inside of it, and easily deploys a tubeless plug in seconds flat, saving yourself from the headache and mess of trying to toss a tube into your tubeless setup and fighting with rim tape and valves.

  • A repair kit for tubeless flat fixes in a hurry
  • Easy to use by injecting into puncture site
  • Small to carry, packing down to 102 x 32mm
  • Won't add weight to your ride at only 27g
  • Stores 10 plugs internally to keep organized

Tech Specs
Other Toolstire plugger, 19 plugs
Recommended Usebike maintenance, trail repair, tire repair
Manufacturer Warrantylifetime

Actual Weight

One Color, One Size

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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[tool only] 1oz (27g), [tool + strap] 1.7oz
27g), [tool + strap] 1.7oz (47g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 2

High hopes dashed

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

First off, I'm using this for my road bike, so invariably need higher psi than a mtb repair. I hit a rock today on a park road 30 km from home and got a nice but small hole a third of the way from the center of the tread towards the rim. Pulled out this tool for the first time and the plugs were so firmly glued to their plastic backing that I couldn't remove them intact. Finally cobbled together a decent facsimile of a plug out of two of them, long story shorter, it didn't hold air for even a minute. Can't say it would have worked better if the plugs could have been removed intact, but it was a long walk for me to get home.

>Rating: 5

small, lightweight and priced right

Blackburn isn't often first to market with kit, but what they do come out with tends to work well and at a consumer favorable price. This is no different. Its got all you need for those tire tears and pinch flat repairs needing 'bacon'. It's mostly plastic construction which no doubt helps with the price point. That said, its a little larger than my dynaplug kit with its CNC machined case/tool--but that comes at 3 times the price.


Does it only work on certain size tubeless tires? I'm thinking 700c gravel tire vs. MTB

You can use this on all tires!

>Rating: 4

have to have one

I've used it several times

unfortunately you should keep one with you when you mtb. the only thing I don't like about it, is that it's not as small as the Ryder I have. plugs work more often than not, so play it safe, a small price to pay.

>Rating: 3


Feels cheap in your hand. I don't like the plug insertion method. I'll probably get something to replace it.

>Rating: 5

Don't leave home without it.

I've put it through the wringer

Love this kit. It also has a Velcro strap that isn't pictured that you can put around the frame which will hold my C02 and the plug kit. Saved my bacon a few times. Plugs last a long time as well. Ran a couple in the sidewall all summer!

>Rating: 3

Works pretty well for its purpose, but

I've used it several times

I used the velcro strap to attach to my top tube for quick access in a pinch. Problem is, the cap doesn't secure very tightly. On a recent gravel ride, I was dismayed to look down and see that the tool had separated from the case and was gone. The case stared blankly back at me the rest of the ride, daring me to get flat. Maybe some Gorilla tape over it next time?

>Rating: 4

Keeps you rolling.

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Works to plug small holes in your tubeless set up with out having to throw a tube in. You can even wrap two plugs together to seal some of those larger holes.

>Rating: 5

Keep it Tubeless

I run tubeless on all of my bikes. This tool is essential. I'm looking forward to saving myself countless emergency tubes, tire boots and waiting around while I fix a flat tubeless tire. The carrying case for this is perfect and lightweight.

>Rating: 5

Saves The Day

I've put it through the wringer

These little guys have saved the day more than once! Super easy and prevents the need for throwing in a tube when you flat (sometimes).