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SpecializedRoad Standard Presta Valve Tube


Item # SCQ00DW

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  • Black, 700 x 20-28mm/40mm ($7.99)
  • Black, 700 x 20-28mm/48mm ($7.99)
  • Black, 700 x 20-28mm/60mm ($7.99)
  • Black, 700 x 20-28mm/80mm ($7.99)
  • Black, 700 x 28-38mm/40mm ($7.99)
  • Black, 700 x 28-38mm/48mm ($7.99)
  • Black, 700 x 32-50mm/40mm ($7.99)
  • Black, 700 x 32-50mm/60mm ($7.99)
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Item # SCQ00DW

Road Standard Presta Valve Tube

Specialized's Road Standard Presta Valve Tube is constructed using a molding method during which each tube is individually cured to ensure more consistent thickness throughout. It might sound insignificant, but if you've ever had small hops under your inflated tire or difficulty stuffing a tube in a fresh tire, you'll know how beneficial this construction is for reducing frustrations as a cyclist. The consistent thickness leads to smoother rolling on the road, which likely makes for a faster ride. The tubes are available in varying widths to pair with both road and off-road tires and have varying lengths of stems to ensure the valve clears your wheel's profile.

  • Inner tube with consistent thickness for cycling tires
  • Molding maintains proper balance throughout the length of the tube
  • Improved construction also reduces possible excess weight
  • Various widths and stem lengths to suit road tires through wide gravel tires

Tech Specs
Materialbutyl rubber
Size700 x 20-28mm/40mm, 700 x 20-28mm/48mm, 700 x 20-28mm/60mm, 700 x 20-28mm/80mm, 700 x 28-38mm/40mm, 700 x 28-38mm/48mm, 700 x 32-50mm/40mm, 700 x 32-50mm/60mm
Valve TypePresta
Recommended Usecycling
Manufacturer Warranty2 years

Actual Weight

Black, 700 x 20-28mm/40mm
Black, 700 x 20-28mm/48mm
Black, 700 x 20-28mm/60mm
Black, 700 x 20-28mm/80mm
Black, 700 x 28-38mm/40mm
Black, 700 x 28-38mm/48mm
Black, 700 x 32-50mm/40mm
Black, 700 x 32-50mm/60mm

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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[size 700 x 20-28c] 3.4oz

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

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Good Lightweight Tube

I've put it through the wringer
True to size

I keep these in the bag in case of the worst.

>Rating: 1

Specialized should be ashamed...

I've used it several times
True to size

... of putting they name on this junk. Exactly as a couple of reviewers claimed here, you have a big chance of getting a tube with the defective valve (leaks air right out of the box). I ordered two tubes, one was kind of OK, but another one was defective. I tried adjust/tighten the core, I even replaced a core with one from another tube, I tried a couple of different air pumps, but nothing helped.

>Rating: 1


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

Junk tube. Valve stem cores wouldn’t stay in. Every time I pulled the adaptor off the valve stem the inner core would come out. Probably got 100 miles out of it most.

Hi Adam, I am really sorry to hear about this. I will reach out to you to see if we can resolve this issue for you

The Presta valve core is actually squared off so that it can be tightened with a small wrench. It has to be tighter in the stem than the adapter is on the core, otherwise, as you found out the whole core will come out with the adapter.

>Rating: 5

Specialized inner tubes, presta valve

True to size
Size Bought

These have always been my go to tubes. Usually inexpensive, light and always get me home from rides where I've flatted. Haven't used any of this years purchased (4). Can only hope they work as good as previous purchases. If not? I'll be one 'very irate' customer!!! Wish me a NO flat summer, please.

>Rating: 2

Bad valves

I've used it several times

I bought a pile of these. Nothing like unboxing a new tube and finding out the valve leaks air. Well, except when you unbox another and that valve leaks air, and another leaks. You get the idea. Maybe I got a bad batch tubes. Otherwise, if you find one where the valve doesn't leak the tubes are fine.

>Rating: 2

specialized standard inner tube

These inner tubes were either from a bad batch or they were both just bad. They both blew up at about 70 psi's. Both tubes were installed without tire levers and with a little air to prevent pinching. I have been riding for about 20 plus years and so I can say that I know how to change and replace tires and inner tubes. I would not recommend this brand because two blown inner tubes back to back is not common. $16 dollars down the drain.

Felix - Did you use (tire) talc? It is an excellent dry lubricant that allows the tube to move and adjust its position inside the tire a bit to equalize all pressures, pulls and tugs. Get a gallon size zip-lok baggie, put new tube + talc in the bag, shake well. Then talc up the inside of the tire. You can also talc-dust the rim tape on your wheel too. Your tube and tire will last much longer and run cooler.

>Rating: 5

Most reliable, and I've used A LOT

I've put it through the wringer

These tubes are fantastic. I've never had one come out of the box defective. They aren't puncture-proof by any means but no standard tube will be. I have worked at a bike shop where we carry these tubes exclusively. They are cheap and I've never seen a defective one, and I've set up hundreds of them. They are threaded and come with a lockring and cap. If you are looking for a lighter/race-day option, I would recommend the red box version of this tube; the turbo pre-talced version.


Do these tubes have removable valve cores?