Prossimple and effective, Hardly any spilt sealant
ConsUsing the plunger to 'inject' sealant is not so effective as sealant is dripping out of the nozzle while trying to screw it onto the valve
I would go as far
I would go as far as to say this tool is a MUST HAVE for installing sealant in your tubeless tyres. Without it, trying to pour sealant into the tyre then close over the bead then inflate would be a real pain in the arse. I found this tool works far better as a 'tubeless sealant funnel'. Attach to the valve (core removed), pinch the plastic tubing, remove the plunger and fill the syringe with sealant. Un-pinch the tubing and watch the sealant go straight into the wheel. Virtually no mess using this tool. I also recommend using your pump to properly seat your tyre first, then deflate and install the sealant. Replace the valve core and pump up to desired pressure. Job done! I only use the plunger to flush the syringe with water when the job is done.
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Carrying Tools on the Trail
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