Tour 700 Tube
Continental's Tour 700 Tube is a perfect choice for wider 700c tires.
- Fits 700c x 32-47mm (32/47-622 ISO)
- All purpose inner tube and excellent replacement inner tube for your road bike
- Material: Butyl tubes with renowned Continental quality
- Durability: Each and every inner tube passes a stringent 100% quality control inspection
- Design: Seamless construction, with a mold-cured vulcanization, to ensure uniform roundness and give a smooth ride and handling
- 42mm Presta valve with removable core
- 160 grams
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
Weight: 160 grams
Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622)
Tube Type: Butyl
RimSize: 622 mm
ISO (ETRTO) Size: 32/47-622
Made in: Taiwan
Ends Per Inch:
Tube Valve Length: 42
Tube Valve Type:
Tube Width: 32-47mm
Presta Valve 42mm
Mfg PartNum: C1501048
Tube Valve Type: Threaded Presta
Tube Width: 32-47mm
Tube Valve Length: 34 mm
Valve Stem: 34 mm Presta
I've been riding Conti tubes inside the Conti Gator and Grand Prix for years and have been relatively flat free. Yes, we've all picked up the road debris that eviscerates the sidewall and tube, but day in and day out, 100 miles a week, 50 (ish) weeks a year these tubes perform great! Not too heavy, not too thin, easy to mount. Terrific all around performance training tube. I purchase a new set with every set of new tires and pass the still good used tubes off to folks in need.
I read many reviews before deciding on these tubes; itï¿½s been a while since I bought tubes/tires and I didnï¿½t know if Iï¿½d need tire liners. The reviews from another rider were what convinced me to try these; I did splurge on the second best tires I found here and one of your phone representatives assured me they would deliver more than enough for my needs. No one wants to be stranded with a flat and these tubes looked like an ounce of prevention to a pound of cure!
This is a great tube with a premium valve stem. The stem is metallic and threaded for the full length. It comes with a valve stem cap as you'd expect but also with a small ring nut. When you install the tube you can then put the ring nut on the stem and spin it down to contact the rim. Typically inflating a tire with no air is challenging because the valve stem is unstable and tends to push down away from the air chuck. With these Continental tubes the valve stem is just as solid and stable with air or without air.
I needed to replace my tire and tube so I purchased this tube. Set up and instillation was very easy and I've had no issues yet with the tube which I've been using for about a month now. For context, I ride about 5-15 miles a week for commuting, and general getting around town purposes.
Installed the tube on new tires purchased at the same time. If you need a refresher on how to install tubes, read the instructions on the website before you damage the tube. I have had the tubes in for over 2 months now and have not need to add air. My tire are 700c x 42mm. I have put on about 100 miles, so not very much. Tube is holding up well and I like the metal stem.
Decided for comfort reasons to upgrade from 23mm tires to 32mm tires. Tried several local bike stores for tubes meant for wider tires with no luck. The biggest advantage to these is that the 23 mm tubes in 32 mm tires leak air much faster. These can go several days without needing to have air added.
I have used a variety of inner tubes over the last 50 years, but the Continental Tour 700 IMO is the best and a decent value as well. In thousands of miles I have yet to see any failure at the stem area (a weak point in any tube) nor have I had any pinch flats. I check the air pressure in both tires before every ride. All tubes leak and these are on the low end. I only need to add air ever other ride.
Just mount them with some talc powder and off you go! No worries.
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