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Schwalbe - Tube Extra Light 40/62-622/635 SV 19A

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Attributes & features
MTB inner tube for 27.5'; 28' and 29'
Butyl rubber
50/48-584; 40/62-622; 40-635
approx. 140 g
Valve type:
Sclaverand valve (French; Presta)
Valve length:
40 mm
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Product description
The Schwalbe Tube No.19A is designed especially for 27.5'', 28'' and 29'' tires. It comes with a Presta valve (Sclaverand). The butyl rubber tube is extremely airtight and elastic. The high elasticity means the tube covers a wide range of tire sizes.

The Schwalbe No.19A fits the following tire sizes:

50-584 (27.5 x 2.00) (650B)
60-584 (27.5 x 2.35) (650B)
40-622 (28 x 1.50) (700 x 40C)
47-622 (28 x 1.75) (29 x 1.75)
50-622 (28 x 2.00) (29 x 2.00)
57-622 (28 x 2.25) (29 x 2.25)
62-622 (28 x 2.40) (29 x 2.40)
40-635 (28 x 1 1/8) (700 x 38B) ;"

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| Münsingen

93% have found the reviews
by Susanne helpful

leicht und robust

Nehme seit Jahren den Liechtschlauch bei 26 und nun auch 29 Zoll Reifen. Der Schlauch ist leicht und robust.

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| Düsseldorf

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by Martin helpful

gewogen und für zu leicht befunden

Der Schlauch wurde als Notfallreserve im Rucksack für einen Tublessaufbau mitgenommen. Als auf der Tour (Mittelgebirge, nichts super wildes) eine Stolle einriss und der Schlauch zum Einsatz kam, hielt er ca. 500 m - bis zum ersten Snakebite.
Im Stadtrad kann man ihn vielleicht einsetzen, aber nicht abseits der Straßen - nichtmals als Ersatz

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