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Road Standard Schrader Tube

3 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
$3.42 - $9.50
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Road Standard Schrader Tube

Experience a smooth and comfortable ride with Teravail's Road Standard Schrader Tube. This bike component is designed with durable rubber for improved puncture resistance, ensuring longevity on both city streets and rugged trails. Its easy-to-use Schrader valve simplifies inflation, saving your time and energy for the ride. With Teravail, you can focus on the joy of cycling outdoors, knowing your bike is equipped with reliable components. Upgrade your biking experience with the Teravail Road Standard Schrader Tube.

butyl rubber
[700c x 20 - 28mm], [700c x 28 - 35mm], [700c x 30 - 43mm], [700c x 45 - 50mm]
Valve Type
Removable Stem
removable valve core
Claimed Weight
4.7oz (132g)

Overall Rating

3 based on 2 ratings

Review Summary

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1 out of 5 stars

April 17, 2022

Diameter too Big??

Maybe it's just on me missing something but my tire says its 700 x 32, the Teravail tube I got says that it's 700 x 28-35, and yet the diameter of the tube is way too big. There's no way that I can use this. If I'm missing something on my end I'd love to retract this one star rating, but as it stands now I can't give anything else but one star.

Matt T
5 out of 5 stars

June 18, 2021

One of the nicer tubes I've used

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

I'm one of those people who pinch pennies where it doesn't matter, so most of the tubes I use are of the "it's mostly round" variety. For the extra pennies, I've gotta say these are definitely above what I typically use. Might just keep spending the tiny bit extra for the uniformity, if nothing else.

Damon V