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ContinentalRevo Sealant - 240 ml

Sale 24% OffCurrent price:$7.99 Original price:$10.45

Item # CON002Z

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Item # CON002Z
Description

Revo Sealant

Have a small puncture? Did your tubeless setup come off the rim? Add some Continental Revo Sealant to bring your tube or tire back to life. This ammonium- and protein-free sealant won't degrade or corrode rubber, and it can be used as a preventative sealant if you're running tubeless, too.

Tech Specs
Recommended Usecycling, mountain biking
Weight

Actual Weight

White, 240 ml
302g
10.65oz

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

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>Rating: 1

Crap!

Was out of town and forgot to bring the Stans. Thought I would try it so ordered it online. Would not even seal my tire. Keep leaking air out around my stem. Sealant has almost no texture to it. Might as well use milk instead of this crap.

>Rating: 4

Does the job.

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I've used at least 6-7 other brands of sealant and this is at least on par with most and better than some. Price is right too, so this will most likely be my go-to in the future.

>Rating: 5

Seems to work

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I've been using Continentals Revo sealant this entire season with good luck. I can't tell much of a difference from Stan's, they seem to seal the same and last just about as long. I would recommend installing sealant using a syringe that fits to a presta valve. You don't know what you're missing if you don't. Be sure not to mix with Stan's as it will eventually gel and you will have to scrape it out of your tire.

>Rating: 5

A Fragrant Alternative.

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I have used the Continental Sealant on several sets of tires, and haven't found any disadvantage between it and the most popular liquid tire sealant. As a bonus, it has a mild pine smell instead of the ammonia-and-latex-paint smell of that other stuff. I use most of this small bottle for a set or 29er tires.