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Stan's NoTubes Injector


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    21 Reviews


    Inject away flats.

    While tire sealant has changed the way we ride, it can be a hassle to install. The Stan's NoTubes Injector aims to change that. The graduated, two-ounce injector makes application of sealant simple, with no mess or waste.

    You can use it to transfer sealant from one tire to another, or use it to inject sealant through the valve stem. It features a dual thread adapter that fits both presta and Schrader valves. 

    • Item #SNT0016

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    No mess mounting

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Really nice to be able to mount a tire with having the puddle of Stan's. Sometimes it takes me a few tries to get the bead to seat and I have had Stan's blow out all over the garage. This tiny little product keeps that from happening.

    Super easy

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    As easy as unscrewing your valve core and screwing the injector on. Never have an excuse to not put sealant in your tires again. Just takes a few minutes.

    Super easy


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I knew about this product for years and put off buying it, mounting tons of tubeless tires up by pulling the bead off and squirting the sealant in that way. I just got around to buying this now, and am kicking myself for not ponying up the tiny investment earlier.

    It's much easier for mounting tubeless setups which is awesome, and you also can use this to get sealant into tubes! I was so excited about my new toy that I went and squirted sealant into the tubes on my commuter bike, which should make for a much more pleasant summer of commuting. If this approach saves me two flats this summer on my commute then the injector will have paid for itself in tube-savings.

    if you're dosing Stans regularly-get one

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If you've got a removable valve core (on tubeless rim or even dosing a tube), this lets you dose stans without having to break the tire bead/rim junction. 4 Stars because Stans folks could redesign their bulk bottles and include a squirt hose much like the Orange Seal folks do. You'll need a valve core remover tool (or pliers). I ride several times a week when the snow is not flying and because of this tool, I add stans whenever I don't hear sloshing in my tires. This thing allows me to use the bulk quart bottles of stans (more economical than orange seal). Without this, I wouldn't top off sealant as often and would inevitably get more flats.

    No Mess - No Fuss - An Excellent Tool!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I purchased this for its advertised ease of use and it's true! Simply fit your tire to the rim, remove valve, inject Stan's No Tubes Tire Sealant, replace valve and put the air in the tire! Job done!!!

    So Simple

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I had been warned about the mess involved setting tires up with sealant so I decided to pick this little gem up. Filling up was a breeze, just remove the core, screw the tube onto the valve and shoot er up. At this price, It's worth having the right tool for the job.

    Does what I need it to do

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    In the past I have just used the nozzle that comes with the stan's sealant, but with this being so cheap I throw it in the cart. It is real easy to use and is a real no spill solution to refilling sealant. Def recommend as it is almost cheaper than making one yourself.

    Works ok, but does NOT have core remover

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I picked this up since it looked like it would make going tubeless a lot easier. I was disappointed to find that it does not include a "Schrader valve core remover" as the product description states. The nozzle tip is actually black plastic, not brass. Oh well, an adjustable crescent wrench worked fine for getting the cores out.

    The injector itself worked fine the first 2 times I used it, but the third time I had some of the latex in the Stan's fluid clog the valve stem, causing backpressure on the injector resulting in the injector hose popping off and spraying me with Stan's.

    Anyways, it's worth getting rather than pouring into the tire directly, but not foolproof and not exactly as advertised.

    Must Have

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I got really sick of messing with tire beads and sloppy sealant spilling all over the place. This makes topping off your sealant supply a breeze. Slip out the core, screw this on and dump in the desired amount of sealant. Just wish they'd package it differently. As you can see in the pick, they package these with a big nasty fold in the tube that never comes out. Just make sure to screw the lid back on your bottle of Stan's before you accidentally kick it and spill it all over the floor and you'll never have a mess again.

    worth it

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    i was skeptical about this at first, but it's totally worth the ten bucks. my friend had a non-removable valve core and we had to pop the bead to get the sealant in there and it was a mess.

    Skeptical at first

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I though this might be more of a gimmick but I thought for ten bucks I'd give it a try. After the first use, I was hooked. I have used it to add stands to ever tube or tire setup I have. It drips a little when putting it on and off, but it takes about 2 minutes from start to finish to have a wheel or tube done.

    Simple Rig

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    You could actually just use a regular plastic syringe with a small enough plastic nozzle. The device does not screw onto my Mavic UST rim valve stems unfortunately, so check your valve stems to make sure A) They are threaded (mine are not), and B) That the valve core is removable (one of mine isn't).

    If you have the right valve stems, this device will work like others have mentioned, but the small Stan's top-up bottles with the small nozzle will do just as well. I had to use some duct tape to temporarily seal the device to my valve stem, and with the other, had to actually un-bead the tire and pour a cup of Stan's liquid in. Not the best device for me, but will work great with Stan's and other valve designs.

    Agreed. I ordered this, but was waiting and impatient, so I used a regular luer lock syringe you can get from any hospital or clinic and it fit perfectly! I'll keep this because it is only $10, but really, a 30 cc syringe is all you need. Furthermore, you can just ask your local bike shop if they have another tip that screws onto the larger Stan's bottles and I got one that was already cut to the correct diameter of the valve. This isn't as precise, but precision isn't really that necessary (3 oz vs 3.6 oz, not a big deal).

    No mess setup

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've set up 2 new wheelsets using this injector in the last week and didn't spill a drop. I just pulled the plunger and poured the sealant into the injector, using it more like a funnel, then pushing the excess into the tire. Having a compressor to set the tires on the bead definitely helps. Adding more sealant is a breeze, I haven't tried sucking out excess sealant, but don't see why it wouldn't work. If you run tubeless setups, this injector is a must!

    Why did it take me so long to buy this?!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    In the past, I really didn't think it was that bad removing a bead of the tire to dump some sealant in and reseal the tire. Once you use this injector you will never want to go back to the old method again. This makes it super simple and typically cleaner than removing a bead. If you're the type that swaps tires often, you'll appreciate the ability to suck up extra sealant to reuse in the new tires as well. The ONLY downside to this method is that I think it's harder to know how much sealant you are injecting as it can run right through the valve instead of pushing it through.