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DescriptionSometimes, installing a tubeless tyre is easy as can be, unfortunately, this is not always the case. If you have ever struggled to get a tubeless tyre set up, struggle no more, with the Topeak Tubibooster. It acts as both a tubeless canister and can also be used as a portable CO2 inflator (just remove the tank), sick! Simply pump up the canister to between 160-200 psi, and press it onto your tubeless valve to quickly transfer a high volume of air and get your tyre seated in a second.
Whos this item for: Anyone looking to make setting up tubeless tyres a breeze.
Materials: Made from Aluminium.
Rated pressure: Can store up to 200psi pressure. The working pressure is 1800psi.
Pump head type: Press to inflate.
What valves does it work on: Works on both Presta and Schrader valves.
What CO2 canisters does it work on: The head works with threaded CO2 canisters.
Dimensions and Weight:
- Just the inflator: 6 x 4.6 x 2.5cm and weighs 32gm.
- With the chamber: 28.5 x ø8.1 cm and weighs 820gm.
Cons: You will need a high volume pump to pump it up.
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- Sean C.I do not recommend this productRated 2 out of 5 stars1 year agoSave your money
I got this thing, thinking it would be the answer to difficult to seat tubeless tyres (mtb & gravel) - it wasnt to be.
It failed its first test!
After wrestling with a new gravel tyre for a few days and trying a few tricks (installing a tube and leaving in for a few days and applying soapy water around the tyre to help it seat when inflating) - I was no closer.
I ended up going to a bike shop with my tail between my legs and waving the white flag.
$30 later I was on my way.
So $100 down for the Tubibooster and another $30 and I was good to go again.
Sure it may help with some tyres which go up easy, but it didnt work when I needed it too.
Compared to a compressor, these things cant pump out enough air fast enough, for long enough to do the magic needed on a tricky tubeless.
Save your money to top up your local bike shops service income when the going gets tough with a tyre or invest in a compressor.