amiciAuto Tubeless Tyre Puncture Repair Complete Kit for Car and Bike (Complete Kit with Easy Storage Nylon Bag)
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- Multifunctional : - All in one kit is perfect to repair puncture for bikes, cars, vans, etc. Premium quality products that serve long life.
- Everything in the bag: - Bag contains everything that is required to repair puncture. From strip cutter to nose plier and gloves. Everything in one kit.
- Easy to use: - Not everyone is a professional, keeping that in mind this kit is designed for everyone. You can repair puncture for your vehicle of your own without any help. A must have kit when you are on your long routes.
- Easy to carry: - A durable nylon bag that makes it super convenient to store your tools. No more messy trunk. A small bag that is designed especially for transportation and bikers.
- Package Includes: - Reamer, Probe, Puncture repair strips, Cutter, Nose plier, Chalk, Tyre Valve, Valve cap and gloves.
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I have fixed 3 punctures in one shot. bend the tool in my first puncture fix (my mistake-explained below). I straightened the tool and fixed other 2 punctures with the same tool. Wasted 2 puncture strips trying to use the rubber cement. All three punctures are fixed without the cement. Gloves are useful. Giving 5 star for the kit.
Advise to beginners:
1. Use max force hold the tool perpendicular to tyre and insert the puncture strip in 1-2 hard push. while half inside, if you delay then it will be difficult and further force will result in the tool bending.
2. Don't use the rubber cement. it kind of melts the puncture strip and it will be difficult to push in as bonding happens faster with the Tyre.
3. Keep the remaining strips in a plastic cover for long life.
- The rod which is used to make holes in the tire is of bad design. This type of design can be suitable for making holes in scooter tyres or small car tyres. This is not good design for SUV tyres or Heavy gauge tyres.
- The strip injector tool is not strong, it bended completely in first use. I tried it on SUV tyre. May be it will work for scooter or small car tyres. But definitely not recommended for SUV tyres or Heavy gauge tyres.
This product is of no use to me, definitely not recommended for large tyres.
1. Strength and Quality and of all the instruments with the kit are quite good.
2. Diameter of the pushing rod is neither thicker or thinner (its just perfect as per the strips size) and fitting of strips are proper on the tyre.
3. Much better quality of puncture strips as compare to the Puncture repairing shop.
4. 10 nos of puncture strips (Though only 5 nos of strips shown on image)
1. Come with a bit higher price.
1. The piercing tool did its job, but left a lot of metallic particles on the tire.
2. The tool used to insert the rubber sealant is of poor quality, and got twisted while I tried to insert it. So, I ended up going to a vulcanizer to get the puncture fixed.
So,if you are expecting this product to work for you in an emergency situation (like in the middle of nowhere,zameen at night) I would recommend to look for better products, which would actually work better.
Since I could not find suitable grip and appropriate angle of pressure to insert the matarial into my Acvtiva's rear tyre (not removed) I rolled back the vehicle while keeping the equipment right under the tyre. Kudos to the quality!
Go for it. Definitely is the thing when you are stranded in remote locations.