Michelin Airstop Presta Tube 40mm Valve - 700c
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Michelin Airstop A1 700c tubes
- Michelin Airstop A1 tubes
- Premium quality butyl
- 700c x 18/25c
- Presta 40mm valve
JezThere are lighter tubes out there, but these are pretty tough and reliable, especially when struggling to get tight fitting clinchers over tubeless ready rims.
Mr XianI have been using this for 100miles now, no puncture so far. It's a good quality tube.
Mr HamiltonI have used Michelin tubes for many years. Fairly good puncture resistant. My trick is to put a little baby powder around the tube then put it in the tire.
GeoffGood tubes seem to do the job and last
Mr FilipekI have been using these tubes for some time and have found them to be great value and they last a long time through regular use
Mr FilipekThese tubes are great for general use. They lose minimum pressure over time, and have great longevity.
adamThese are my favorite tubes. Never had a quality issue . Valve is smooth so doesn't have that nut that threads on to lock it against the rim
JulieEasy to install and fits perfectly on my road bike rims with a little bit of wiggle room. Seems to be able to hold air pressure well, even after bumpy rides on uneven gravel.
Mr CollingsOnly been out on a few rides but so far no punctures! Great price!
MarkI 've used these tubes for years they're the best period. At Merlins prive they are a steal quality and price wise. !!
Mr OsbournI always have a couple of spare tubes at home, ready to become one of the spares in the saddle bag, and onward in to active duty. This one got promoted in to the saddle bag waiting to be called in to action on the roadside. These ones are folded nicely in to a oval/rounded rectangle shape either side of the valve, which always fit a bit better in my saddle bag (than ones that are rolled in a circle)
RodriguezHigh quality tube. Rode over 60 miles with them and lost no pressure. Quiet presta valve, does not rattle against rim.
MichaelThe Michelin Airstop tubes provide what I think is the best value. They are very durable, and Merlin does a great job of getting the package out in a timely manner. Highly recommend.
Mr SandersonIt holds air, cheap and fairly light. Also goes to 25mm.
GazzaPantaniBest inner tubes for general road bike use...in my humble opinion. Much prefer them to continentals.
Mr Robert MartinGood brand, very reliable and amazing value for money
SCGood tubes. Valves a little short for my wheels (30mm deep) but no problems inflating
Ian FullerFantastic value! I love the smooth unthreaded valves. Seem much lighter than my current tubes.
Mr CarterGood lightweight tubes and they fit well in my compact saddle bag nicely.
Mr StaceyNo complaints. They are tubes; they do what they are designed to do. I will say that finding shorter valve tubes in the states has become difficult, in my opinion. So, Merlin Cycles, on yet another item, is the best place, maybe worldwide.
Queiroz ValentimGreat product with recognized Michelin's quality.
Mr HarrisonGreat tubes keep their pressure well
Mr McEvoyMy preferred replacement tubes! Reliable spares and Merlin's offers always excellent. I am very happy to recommend Merlin to all potential customers.
Mr AllanLight weight and reliable, my go to brand for road inner tubes.
ODDODecently light for the money and hold air well.
Mr ManinThis is certainly the best budget road tube. It holds pressure very well compared to other butyl tubes and does not pinch when mounting thanks to the particle-based coating the applied to it.
Mr AugustineMy new favorite tube! love the threadless valve. Also, they seem to lose less air than the tubes I've been using.
Mr GreenBest basic inner tubes available. No comparison!
Mr BohmThe best tube for my money, it took double puncture by rusted old staple before I had to finally replace it ... can't go wrong.
Mr WyattThese are great inner tubes, and although rated upto only 23-25mm, I've used these with 30mm tyres and still only one puncture in 6-7months! Pretty light weight for what they can do, and although you can't replace the valves, that also means no annoying loose valves.
JulienRelatively light weight (< 100 g) for these durable, air tight tubes. Highly recommended
Rob O'NeillStarted using these tubes about 6-7 months ago and never had an issue.. have been top notch and doubt I will use anything else
Julien MThese are nice tubes, they are not super light, but they provide good enough rolling resistance for training and leak very little air. The butyl A1 has been around for a while and it is an easy recommendation.
Mr WesselThe product was excellent and very good quality. The price comparison with other bicycle part suppliers was better than expected. Very satisfied customer. The parcel also arrived two days ahead of schedule. Thanks Bill
Mr patrickgood product good price from Merlin
Mr Harveyhave not had to use this yet.But tube looks good for the money.
Mr BottomleyReasonable quality tubes at sensible prices.
Mr DoyleGood quality tubes and a good price.
Mr Ribeiro Bueno
Mr MuddimanGood quality product from Michellin relatively cheap hold there pressure fairly well between rides.
Mr grahamGreat value tubes with quick speedy delivery.
Mr McEvoyLight, cheap, no problem.
mistermctseem like excellent tubes and on par at least with contis i've ridden for years. thought i'd try them because i really like their tires. 4 stars for no issues (yet), having good valve stem length for regular wheels, and doing their job without notice.
Mr WhiteGood all round tube for every day riding and training
Mr looneyluckly enough i've not had to use them yet as i've not had a punchure since getting them.
Mrs Le BretonHaven't used these yet. I keep them as a spare.
Mr BlowersGood tubes, seem good quality.
Neil WattersonInner tubes - they fill the gap between the wheel rim and the tyre. And, as you'd expect, the Michelin ones do the job without fuss.