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on 14 October 2013
I bought new tyres so thought I would give these inner tubes a try time will tell if they work, I installed them with the new tyres & inflated to 50psi this is stated on my tyre, but after road testing I found the tyres were too hard for comfort so deflated to 40psi the valve stuck & I had too use tweezers to pull it up thinking I solved the problem the next day the tyre was near flat so had to inflate again & using tweezers to pull the valve up, never before have I had a faulty valve like this, so take note.
Just an update it's now 10th Aug 2014 my cycle wasn't used for 5 weeks & when I checked one tyre was fully deflated & the other was semi deflated, so I added air in both the next day the back was deflated again, checked both valves with spit both leaking even after pulling the valves up with tweezers, so now ordering new valves & removal kit will see if that solves it.
So after you inflate make sure your valves don't leak.
I can only give one star now because this could have happened miles away from home no good having an anti punture tyre if the air leaks from the valve.