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    Tubolito

    Just got one in the mail. Weight was 82g (claimed 85g) which is about 130g less than the butyl tube I have handy. Paid $45 after shipping which is a pretty cheap weight savings relatively speaking compared to other parts.

    It's so light/thin that my Swat saddle strap is almost loose.

    Hopefully the strength is as claimed (although I hope not to have to use it during a race)

    I'll post pics later.

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    awesome! I'm hoping to get a few after some real world reviews. I'm hoping they'll be great "emergency" tubes.

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    Agreed, I will be keeping an eye on these also!

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    Yeah, I got a couple of these as well. They pack away very neatly. I also hope not to actually have to use them.

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    Unfortunately my tubulito fell out of my saddle strap along with my multi-tool because it was so thin

    Rats.

    Back to the regular tube for now.

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    This guy had some problems with the valves:


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