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Schwalbe HighPressure rim tape (1 pcs.) 25m

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  • Schwalbe High Pressure adhesive rim tape

    Schwalbe High Pressure adhesive rim tape is a crucial element for puncture protection alongside tires and inner tubes. It effectively protects the inner tube from mechanical damage such as spoke heads or metal burrs in the rim and covers the spoke holes.

    Properties:

    High-quality material: the fabric is made of high-quality polyamide, which is lightweight and extremely pressure-resistant. This ensures reliable coverage and protection.

    Specific adhesive: The special adhesive prevents the rim tape from slipping, even under heavy loads and high temperatures. This ensures secure and durable fastening.

    Practical set: The rim tape is supplied in a practical set of 2 so that both wheels of your bike can be fitted.

    Technical data:

    • Width: 15mm / 18mm
    • Length: 25 m
    • Maximum pressure: 10 bar / 145 psi
    • Material: Polyamide (PA)
    • Color: Blue
    • Weight: 204 g
    • Number of straps: 1 roll
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    Schwalbe is a German bicycle tire manufacturer that produces high-quality tires for various cycling disciplines such as road, mountain, and touring. The company was founded in 1922 and is headquartered in Reichshof-Wehnrath, Germany.

    Schwalbe is known for its wide range of tire models, including the popular Marathon and Nobby Nic, as well as its use of high-end materials such as puncture-resistant Kevlar.

    The company prioritizes sustainability, using eco-friendly production methods and recycled materials in its tires. Schwalbe tires are highly regarded by cyclists for their performance, durability, and reliable puncture protection.
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