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TopeakTubiBooster Tubeless Inflator

Sale 20% OffCurrent price:$39.99 Original price:$49.95

Item # TOP002E

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Item # TOP002E
Description

TubiBooster Tubeless Inflator

The TubiBooster Tubeless Inflator is designed to quickly release a high volume of air to mount tubeless tire beads or refill tubeless tires. Topeak also made it refillable, so any floor pump with Presta compatibility can compress air into the aluminum air chamber. The chamber holds up to 200 psi, which is plenty for mounting a pair of tires or refilling CO2 cartridges.
  • 2-in-1 air compressor and CO2 inflator
  • One liter chamber stores up to 200 psi
  • Aluminum construction is lightweight yet durable
  • Compress air to fill with any presta floor pump
  • Compatible with Topeak threaded 16g and 25g CO2 cartridges
  • Push-to-inflate Presta or Schrader valves

Tech Specs
Materialaluminum
Dimensions[inflator] 2.4 x 1.8 x 1in, [air chamber] 11.2 x 3.2in
Valve Type[pump head] Presta, [tire valve] Presta, Schrader
Max Pressure200psi
Recommended Usebike maintenance
Manufacturer Warranty2 years
Weight

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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[inflator] 1.13oz, [air chamber] 1lb 12.8oz

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

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>Rating: 2

Does not work very well!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I tried this on a 28 tubeless tire with and without sealant multiple times to bead and with and without the valve core there. I pumped up this device to 200 psi every time and could not get the tire to bead. I also tried it on a 33 cyclocross tire and with the same method... And yes i did try the soap and water method too. This product is a waste of money. I was able to get them to bead with a CO2 canister though. Both of these tires have been used on this wheelset in the past are easy to bead with an air compressor.