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Q-Tubes Cyclocross Tube

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  • 700x28-32mm, Presta, 48mm
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Totally tubular.

The Q-Tubes Cyclocross Tube holds air, has a removable valve core, and has a 48mm-long valve stem –long enough to clear mid-depth wheels. It’ll work best with tires between 28 and 32mm wide.

  • 48mm valve stem
  • 28-32mm wide tires
  • Removable valve core
  • Item #QTB0005

Size
700 x 30 mm Q-Tubes
Valve Type
48 mm
Claimed Weight
130 g
Recommended Use
cyclocross

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 4

Backup to Tubeless

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I don't normally run tubes in my tires unless my tubeless setup fails and a tube is required to make it home. The few times that I have used these tubes they have worked great.

>Rating: 3

Get's it done

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Nothing fancy here - these tubes just work. Removable valve core means I can put a little sealant in the tubes, which really helps fight the goat heads we get at certain times of the year here in Utah. Price is right.

>Rating: 5

Gets the job done

Classic tube, it does it's job when installed correctly. These tubes keep me rolling!

>Rating: 3

Good Price Okay Tubes

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I had to replace both innertubes in my commuter bikes and chose these because of the price. Unfortunately, I got a flat tire on my first day riding with these. I won't blame it completely on the tube because the route I take is pretty rough and I get flats often on it. At the same time though I wish that these were a little bit stronger.

>Rating: 4

Tubes

They hold air.

>Rating: 5

Great.

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

Bought these for spare flat fixes and thankfully, they've sat idle in the saddle bag. I'll report back if I ever have to get around to using them.

>Rating: 5

Removable Valve Cores

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I buy these tubes specifically for the removable valve core. That way you can fill with your sealant of choice and avoid all the goat heads.

>Rating: 4

Industry Standard

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

The only thing worse than having to buy tubes in 2018 is buying tubes that aren't 'Q' tubes, just don't do it! With soo many road tires going bigger and bigger and grinding gravel on eveyone's mind, it is time to make sure your old spare is up to the task of keeping you out riding and not just a band-aid to get you home. When you can't ride tubeless, you might as well run a 'Q' tube!

>Rating: 4

Work great as a spare

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

These work great as a spare tube for a 29er. Lighter weight, but still blow up and support a 29er tire to get you back home.

>Rating: 4

Tube

These are pretty solid tubes, they get the job done. They are heavier compared to other options out there but these are the best bang for your buck.

>Rating: 5

Who uses these things?

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

It's a tube. Let's get that straight. This is about as "normal" as tubes get. It's not a lightweight option, but that's ok. What it does have that will keep me coming back is a removable core. 'Nuff said.

>Rating: 4

They are Tubes

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

They're tubes, with removable valve cores, with fully threaded stems. Affordable and they get the job done!

>Rating: 5

I hope it works?

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

Haven't used them yet... keep them in my trunk-bag just in case!

>Rating: 5

It works

Thats all I care about.

>Rating: 5

I love bikes

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

And bikes need tubes... This one works great.

>Rating: 4

It's a tube

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

It really does what all else tubes do which is hold air so you can ride your bike. May not be as light as other tubes but guess what? All tubes eventually get holes in them. Great thing about Q tubes is they do have removable valve cores which is an extra bonus

>Rating: 4

Protection

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Everyone needs a spare tube for when the flats happen... haven't used it yet, but hoping it works when I need it!

>Rating: 5

No reason to get anything else

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Good tubes at a good price. Toss these in the saddle bag and you're good to go.

>Rating: 5

Hold air well.

Nothing bad to say about these tubes. I don't know what makes a tube great, but these have never let me down.

>Rating: 4

Tubes

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Good tubes, no issues with dozens of purchases through the years.

>Rating:

Do these have a removable valve stem? The picture seems to suggest they do, but there's nothing in the description about it.

>Rating:

can these tubes work with a 700 c x 32 mm...

can these tubes work with a 700 c x 32 mm tire? The description says they are just for 700c x 30mm but usually there is a bit of a range to what sort of tire a tube can go in.

chrp604757, I am using these tubes in 32's currently without any issues. The manufacturer lists the sizing from 28-32mm, but I think you would probably be safe using them in tires slightly beyond a 32.

>Rating:

What size range of tires do these tubes...

What size range of tires do these tubes fit?

bre5313780, I am using these tubes in 32's currently without any issues. The manufacturer lists the sizing from 28-32mm, but I think you would probably be safe using them in tires slightly beyond a 32.