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Hutchinson Fast'Air Latex Aerosol Inflator
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- Fast'Air simultaneously repairs a puncture and inflates the tire at the same time
- The latex based mousse is injected through the tire valve and is porpelled by CO2. The CO2 inflates the tire, up to 90psi.
- Fast'Air is a perfect lightweight solution for tubeless conversions or for extra protection in Road Tubeless tires. The lightweight latex is distributed evenly aroud the inside of the tire producing an air tight seal.
- Perfect for Tirathletes and Mountainbike racers to carry during races. No need to replace a punctures tire. Just install Fast'Air and you're back in the race in seconds
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|Item Dimensions||2.36 x 2.36 x 5.91 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.2 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.11 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.2 pounds|
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The Hutchinson Fast Air is the only sealant Hutchinson recommends with their tubeless tires. It is a latex-based sealant that comes in a 75ml CO2 canister. It both inflates tires from 0 psi and seals from punctures. It can be applied before initial inflation or on a ride after a tire has gone flat (we recommend inspecting tire for cuts before using Fast Air). It can inflate a 26x2. 0 MTB tire to 30psi or a 700x23 road tire to 80psi in less than 90 seconds. In both cases, the pressure is a bit low, but should be enough to ride home on. We recommend being careful when applying. We've found that having the can off-center results in sealant squirting out onto the rim and leaving a latex hairball. Please Note: Per UPS regulations, ORM-D items such as this must ship via surface transport: UPS Ground. We are unable to ship ORM-D items Internationally, or to Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico.
Top customer reviews
I had a tiny piece of glass embedded in my tire, and I picked it out. The resulting puncture was relatively small, but probably well over the millimeter limit that Fast Air warns it can handle. I put a bit of air in the tube, shot it full of Fast Air, and the leak immediately sealed right up. Took the bike on a test ride several hours later, and aside from a couple "blasts" of foam along the ride, the tire seemed to hold up! It at least does what it claims (i.e. patches you up enough to get home from a ride), but it also seems to do what many other people have claimed it's capable of: "patch" your tire for many rides to come!
Will definitely by this again (and probably keep lots on hand)!
1. Have the valve stem pointing down (easiest for me when the bike is upside-down). This is because gravity will help it flow to coat the whole tube, but will never spray it vertically if the valve is at the bottom.
2. Make sure the brass attachment AND the black plastic one are attached before hitting that button!
- Small enough to fit in a cycling jersey pocket.
- Easy enough to use.
- It's slightly pricy, so practice attaching before you need to use it (you can do that without pressing the button to dispense any).
I have friends who use this with tubulars for tri's, and found that it works well for small punctures to allow them to finish the race.
Bottom Line: Don't rely on this for your "go to" solution when you are 50 miles from home, but it may seal a small hole to get you back.