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Fast'Air Latex Aerosol Inflator
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.
- Item #HUT0108
- hose for easy inflation
- Recommended Use
- fixing flats
What do you think about this product?
May 1, 2017
Emergency Bike Kit
Bought this for my tubeless mountain bike. While most of my issues mountain biking are coming from goats heads, I figured I would get this just in case I happen to bike over a nail or something worse. Thankfully, haven't had to use it yet, but it's nice to know that I have the option, should I need it!
October 1, 2016
- I've put it through the wringer
I keep one of these around all the time. When I'm doing a quick ride I always take this instead of a full kit of supplies. I've only had to use 2 in 3 years and both times they filled up, sealed, and got me back home.
June 23, 2014
Size specs would be helpful, will it fit...
Size specs would be helpful, will it fit in a small tube bag etc.?
June 23, 2014
Hey there! Sorry about that! Here are the dimensions of this product. 6 x 2 x 2 inches ; 4 ounces
September 9, 2013
Can this be used to fix a flat with a...
Can this be used to fix a flat with a clincher? (In a race situation. Obviously it's better to replace the tube.) The can reads "TubeType/Tubeless? which would imply so.
December 16, 2013
It would depend on the type of flat. Glass... No way.