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Bell No-Mor Flats Bike Inner Tube, 28-x 1-5/8-Inch to 1-3/8-Inch

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Product Description

Guaranteed to never go flat, blow out or lose air! The last tube you will ever buy, the No-Mor Flats inner tube is an innovation in inner tubes. Maintains constant tire pressure.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001UG4W9S
  • Item model number: 1002265
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,484 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

These tubes are very heavy and make the bike a lot harder to pedal.
Vytautas L. Bliudzius
I explained all their faults, and how I was amazed that they stand by a product as worthless as this one.
Pakana
I was also afraid the beads on my tires were going to slip off the rim.
Bill

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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By J. Williams on October 15, 2009
Let me preface my review by saying that I am relatively tall and weigh about 200 pounds. I replaced both of my 26 x 1.95" tubes with these.

I had hoped these tubes would be adequate for riding primarily on the street and through the occasional thorn-laden dirt patch. I knew they would be heavier than a standard tube, but I also expected that they would be firm and usable. Unfortunately, it was like riding on flat tires, including an unpleasant squishy noise as I pedaled along. On the plus side, I got an excellent workout from a very short ride, as they probably doubled the amount of energy I might have normally expended.

I think that my experience with this product might differ greatly from that of someone needing a smaller tube for a smaller rider. I would definitely not recommend them for adults.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Richard Hill on October 8, 2009
Before this bike inner tube, I invested in $13 "heavy duty" inner tubes. They had that nasty Slime in them and a slightly thicker skin. After the 3rd one broke and spilled its Slimy innards all over my rims, I decided it was time to buy this slightly more expensive inner tube. It's a pain in the butt to install, but man, is it great! No Slime, no air pump, just constant pressure and no worries. The small amount of weight it adds is nothing compared to the constant pain of taking off the tire and replacing the tube every 3 weeks. I got hit by a car back in May, but before I threw the old bike out, I tore the rear tire off so I can put this on my new bike! I saw someone used this on a front wheel...interesting. I have had no problems with air leaking or tire popping on my front wheel, ever. But still! Should you ever need to replace any bike tire, for any reason, don't waste your money on inflatable tires, especially ones with Slime in them. Slime never works. Buy this one instead! It's not an investment for a week, or a month, or even a year: it's an investment for a lifetime of biking.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Bill on October 19, 2009
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I knew I was taking a gamble since the reviews were inconsistent. While I'm sure they would have eliminated the possibility of getting a flat again, they slowed my bike down so much it was like peddling through sand. On top of that they had a "lumpy" out of round feel to them. I was also afraid the beads on my tires were going to slip off the rim. They'll probably work in a utilitarian application like a hot-dog cart or wheel barrow but they're useless for a bicycle unless you want an extra workout.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Michael F. Medina on March 20, 2010
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These inserts are known to promote wheel failure in traditional spoked wheels. The inserts remove the risk of punctures but also eliminate the natural dampening of vibrations caused by riding. These vibrations cause the spokes to loosen up and when one pops loose they cause a catastrophic collapse of the entire wheel. I had it happen to me personally and have learned to check the spokes to make sure they are kept properly tightened.

The "sandy" feeling described by some is noticeable but you get used to it. Kinda like the first time you get a bike with a rear shock. The bouncy motion throws you at first. I think this is caused by the Inserts smaller size than a properly inflated innertube. Necessary to get it able to be installed by hand.

In the long run, it might be more work to check the spokes a few times a week, but it will prevent you from getting stuck with a flat. I have been experimenting with leaving the standard innertube installed between the insert and rim and inflating it some to lessen the risk to spoke loosening and firming up the ride. This year I was planning on another version of this experiment using fix a flat in the tube instead of air.

If I hit a "magic spot" in my experiments I will post it.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. Hanson on September 22, 2009
I bought these 7 years ago for my 12 speed touring bike, I can ride over broken glass or anything and not worry about getting a flat, ever! Anytime I want to ride my bike, it's ready to roll, never have to check the pressure, it's always there!
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By outpost7 on May 25, 2010
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I think these are wonderful. I hate replacing inner tubes and this solves everything. These Bell aren't "squeshy" but at the same time they aren't a solid hunk of rubber like the ones in the 80's were either. But be warned - these are EXTREMELY difficult too install! It's an all day project even if things go well. I read the negative reviews and I'm not sure what they were talking about... for me they gave me aired up tires all the time - which is what is all that counts. They ride decent too. My only complaint (besides how hard they are too install) is Bell needs to re-evalulate the sizes they say they work for. I put the ones they call for in a 26x1.95 tire and they were loose and sloppy and no way they would work. But I replaced the tires themselves with 26x1.75 tires and they are great!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jimbo on June 15, 2010
In my experience, the difficulty factor for installing these 'tubes ranges from somewhat-easy to impossible, depending on how well the 'tube fits your tire and rim. With my rims, I tried several tires before finding one that was possible to install over this 'tube. It just required a couple flat-head screw drivers for leverage (and some patience.)

These 'tubes are made of polyurethane foam, making them puncture-proof but not super hard or heavy.

They will add a few pounds to your bike, and in my experience, they create a little extra rolling resistance. Also, they don't "give" as much as air 'tubes, so you'll feel the bumps more.

For those who suffer frequent flats, these can be priceless.
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