Item # HUT0108
Hutchinson Fast'Air Latex Aerosol Inflator $14.00
Fix flats without touching a tire lever.
The Hutchinson Fast Air is the only sealant Hutchinson recommends with their tubeless tires. It is a latex-based sealant that comes in a 75ml CO2 canister. It both inflates tires from 0 psi and seals from punctures. It can be applied before initial inflation or on a ride after a tire has gone flat (we recommend inspecting tire for cuts before using Fast Air). It can inflate a 26x2.0 MTB tire to 30psi or a 700x23 road tire to 80psi in less than 90 seconds. In both cases, the pressure is a bit low, but should be enough to ride home on. We recommend being careful when applying. We've found that having the can off-center results in sealant squirting out onto the rim and leaving a latex hairball.
Please Note: Per UPS regulations, ORM-D items such as this must ship via surface transport: UPS Ground. We are unable to ship ORM-D items Internationally, or to Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico.
Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.
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Emergency Bike Kit
Bought this for my tubeless mountain bike. While most of my issues mountain biking are coming from goats heads, I figured I would get this just in case I happen to bike over a nail or something worse.
Thankfully, haven't had to use it yet, but it's nice to know that I have the option, should I need it!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I keep one of these around all the time. When I'm doing a quick ride I always take this instead of a full kit of supplies. I've only had to use 2 in 3 years and both times they filled up, sealed, and got me back home.
Size specs would be helpful, will it fit...
Size specs would be helpful, will it fit in a small tube bag etc.?
Sorry about that!
Here are the dimensions of this product.
6 x 2 x 2 inches ; 4 ounces
Can this be used to fix a flat with a...
Can this be used to fix a flat with a clincher? (In a race situation. Obviously it's better to replace the tube.)
The can reads "TubeType/Tubeless? which would imply so.
It would depend on the type of flat. Glass... No way.