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Bell STOPPER Patch Kit

4.2 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

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  • Kit includes rubber cement, 4 patches, and metal buffer
  • Can be used on all rubber inflatables
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  • ASIN: B01F44XDO6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #224,996 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Style Name: Deluxe Patch Kit Verified Purchase
I just got a new Schwinn Volare clone, and on the first day got a flat from a misaligned rim strip (a sharp-edged spoke recess). I wanted to ride the bike around, to finish adjusting the derailleurs, and used this patch kit. I followed the instructions EXACTLY. The patch failed when I inflated the tube to 60 psi (the bike has Kenda 700 x 28 tires, which have a max inflation of 85 psi).

To be sure, the puncture was fairly extreme...it was ragged, with 2 small "tears" each about 1/16th of an inch. Also, this was near a juncture of 2 of those raised ribs that come about during the manufacturing process. But still, the site was well buffed, and the patch itself seemed to adhere well.

This patch kit may suffice for a small, well-defined puncture on a smooth part of the tube, but otherwise, it's a roll of the dice. You really can't choose what kind of flat you will get, so I can't recommend carrying this kit.

As an aside, the wrench is no longer included with the kit (it's not listed on the kit package labeling). The tire levers are EXCELLENT, and they nest together, so I'll be keeping them. I have a seat bag, and carry an extra tube, and have ordered a patch kit which uses glue.
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Style Name: Deluxe Patch Kit
I have used this product many times (what was I thinking?)and it has NOT WORKED ONCE...It will even fool you long enough to put your bike back together only to hear the hiss as you were hoping to take a ride.Sent an email and complained to Bell and they sent me a new kit.Thinking maybe I just got a bad kit the first time,I tried again (on a 60 psi tire)only to get the same results...Fooled me twice,Shame on me.
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Style Name: Deluxe Patch Kit
My wife picked these up at Walmart, and I tried them since I didn't have any "real" patches available. Held pressure just long enough to reassemble the tire, and then went flat. It's pretty obvious when you put one on that it's unlikely to perform as well as a glued on patch. Not sure why companies make things like this that they must know are inferior!
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Style Name: Patch Kit Verified Purchase
This patch kit works just as well as any other kit. The plus side is that it costs less and comes with a bigger tube of cement than other kits.
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Style Name: Deluxe Patch Kit Verified Purchase
I like this kit because of the patches. No messy rubber cement. The patches just adhere to the tube after its cleaned. Some other reviewers indicate that they don't stick, but I've never had a problem with mine. I guess if you had a leak at the stem or at a seam, there may be a problem, but that hasn't happened to me.
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Style Name: Deluxe Patch Kit
I'm not sure why people haven't had any luck with this patch kit. I've used several of the patches and haven't had any issues whatsoever. It really boils down to preparation and removal of the puncture source.

To prep the tire, I usually use a piece of small sand paper (the scuff plate works fine, but I prefer sand paper). Make sure the tire is dry and clean after sanding flat. I then add a small amount of air to the tube to mimic the size of the tube when its in the tire (not necessary, but I figure this helps the patch not ripple and leak). After, I add the patch, sealing the hole.

To ensure I don't get repeat flats, I check the tire religiously for the source of the puncture. Usually, its a piece of metal wire or burr that remains in the tire. It takes a very keen eye to find the problem (sometime you need to run your nail around the tire to find it or realign your tube where the puncture was). This is what I'm guessing some people struggle with. If you don't remove the source, as you refill your tire, the tube will re-puncture where the source was and you have the same issue you started with.

Its not the product at fault, more likely the people doing the install. Be careful and you shouldn't have any issues. It is less messy than glue on patches and work just as well. I use these on my 700x23c road tubes at 130 psi, so they definitely hold up fine.
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Style Name: Deluxe Patch Kit
I've used all 20 patches in this kit, and the key is that they don't work unless you prepare the area carefully, and the hole isn't next to a 'ridge' in the tire. Bike inner tubes have a fine ridge that usually goes down the center of the tire, which is left-over from the molding process. This ridge can create a pocket under these glueless patches and allow air to escape, since there is no rubber glue to fill the gap. Out of the 20 patches in this kit, I think about 3 failed because the hole was so near to one of the ridges on the inner tube that I couldn't get the patch to rest flat against the tire. Later on I realized that you can still use these patches near ridges, but you have to use the buffer tool to grind away the rubber of the ridge so it's very flat, and then the patch will hold. I also pre-stretch the rubber a bit by applying the patch when the tube is partially inflated, and then press down hard - basically grinding the patch into the surface of the tire like someone trying to squish a bug that they absolutely hate.
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Style Name: Deluxe Patch Kit
I got a very small leak on a bicycle tube. Too small to see, but could feel the air. I followed the directions exactly, then slowly pumped up the tube. It was flat by the next day. I removed the patch, then repeated the repair. This time, I used a rubber roller to firmly press the patch to the tube. Same results - in less than 24 hours, the tube was deflated. Do not waste your money or time with this kit.
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