- Product Dimensions: 7 x 3 x 3 inches ; 10.4 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01EONOIO2
- Item model number: Orange Seal
- Average Customer Review: 127 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,012 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Orange Seal Sealant with Twist Lock Injection System
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- Material: latex
- Includes: Twist Lock
- Recommended Use: tire sealing
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Nanites are particles of multiple sizes and shapes found in Orange Seal's Sealant, available here with the Twist Lock Injection System. When a tire's casing is compromised, those nanites quickly fill any holes, up to a 1/4-inch in diameter, keeping the air in and you rolling. While the nanites do the clogging, latex does the sealing, and both of these ingredients are planet friendly and biodegradable. Because Orange Seal is for the cyclist by the cyclist, weight was a major consideration when developing the mixture. Due to this, Orange Seal can boast that 4oz weighs less than 120 grams. Orange Seal Sealant with Twist Lock Injection System comes in 4- and 8-oz sizes, with the latter being enough for two mountain tires.
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I get punctures in the city and this stuff stops them cold, I roll on Hutch 28mm Secteurs. I was flying down 9W at one point, high 20's low 30's mph, and I whacked my front tire, sealant stopped it cold in seconds. Another time I tore a sidewall, hole about the size of a penny nail, I was able to get the tire to hold about 50psi without a boot, I got home and patched it. Just make sure you top off frequently as required.
Don't bother with any other sealant, not Stan's not Caffelatex, none of it. This stuff smokes everything on the market.
After 500 miles or so, I've had a few small glass punctures which the sealant plugged as advertised. Definitely would have been flats if I had been riding with tubes.
Worked very well. I bought this for my tubeless tire but I ended up using it for my tubed tire.
Does anyone know what the metal shavings are for?
Though I wish it came with an extra rubber hose and adapter.
I go months without a flat when I used to get them regularly.
They're a bit of a trick to get good at installing but after they're installed; you can forget about them for months.
A few hints:
1. Get a high-flow air compressor. It's necessary to have a burst of air to seat the tire beads properly.
2. You must ride newly seated tires to get the sealant to seal up the tires to the wheel. Otherwise, the sealant sits at the bottom not reaching leaks.
3. You must check your sealant levels regularly. If you start to lose air, it is likely b/c your sealant dried up and needs to be replenished.
4. Don't use power washers on tires using sealant. It forces water inside your tires and ruins the sealant. (And ruined a race I was in last august when the tire wouldn't seal b/c it was full of water.)
5. Get a CO2 canister with a regulator and keep it with you. There are certain circumstances where you'll 'burp' air out of the tire as if you have a hard landing or a gully and the tire rolls over a bit letting air slip out.
There are two types I have used. This OrangeSeal or Stans Tubeless.
Both seem to work well but they're quite different.
1. Orange Seal is more of a latex that coats the inside overall. It's a bit like a rubber surgical glove for the inside of your tube. It's a pill to get out but it is possible to peal it out like with sunburned skin.
2. Stans is more of a sealant that works by clogging holes with a pancake batter fluid. It's a little easier to clean up but takes some work.
Either way, tubless tires are a real advancement away from tubes.
No more thorn flats and other small holes but slits or pinch flats will still happen. (Although I haven't seen it.)
I went back to slime and it sealed the 1st time that I refilled it and hasn't leaked since. Tossed the rest of the bottle.