Kenda Tube Schrader Valve Bicycle Tire Tube, 700 x 28-32/27 x 1 1/8-1.25

Kenda Tube Schrader Valve Bicycle Tire Tube, 700 x 28-32/27 x 1 1/8-1.25

Kenda Tube Schrader Valve Bicycle Tire Tube, 700 x 28-32/27 x 1 1/8-1.25
@ Standard .85mm wall thickness butyl tube.

  • 700 x 28/32 C-27 x 1 1/8-1/4
  • Schrader (American) Valve
  • Butyl Rubber

List Price: $ 3.80

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Bicycle Tires & Tube

2 thoughts on “Kenda Tube Schrader Valve Bicycle Tire Tube, 700 x 28-32/27 x 1 1/8-1.25

  1. 82 of 88 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Beware These Tubes Are Marketed As Kenda/Giant Pure Junk, September 30, 2011
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    I bought at least 10 of these tubes from my LBS before I realized they were the reason I kept getting flats. I would get flats on the road, then I would change out the tube, finish my ride and they would go flat even when I was done with the ride and the bike was hanging on the wall. It made me crazy. I would patch the tube then fill it up and BOOM! a violent blow out. And this was only after putting in 100PSI in the tube. I changed out the rim tape, sanded down the spoke holes, changed tire brands, never used a tire lever to get the tires on/off still same thing happened. Flats on the inside of the tube facing the spoke holes or a violent blowout of the tube when I hit the smallest of depressions in the road. Do not buy these tubes, Giant is also selling them in their box but inside it is made by Kenda. I noticed my local LBS pulled all of them off the shelf in the last couple of weeks, coincidence? I realized it was the tubes bc I had the same problem in the front and back tires, until in the back tire I ran a different tube and I have not gotten a flat in 10 months, whereas in the front tire (which is usually a rare flat unless you hit a rock or pothole) I get a flat almost every other ride. The flats were not consistently on the rim side some were caused by minor depressions in the road, so I didn’t catch it right away, until I realized I was no longer getting flats in the back tire even when I would hit little potholes or run over beer bottle glass. Sucks it took me a longtime to realize it was the brand of tube.

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  2. 37 of 37 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    When is a Kenda tube not a Kenda tube?, June 8, 2014
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    The Irish Patient (Western Massachusetts) –

    To answer the question posed in the title, it’s when you order this product from Davve and Markk’s. [The typos are intentional. You’ll understand if you’ve written many reviews yourself.]

    I ordered this Kenda tube last week off of this Amazon product page, selecting Davve and Markk’s as the vendor. All indications are that the product is in stock and ready to ship. I was never asked if I would object to a substitution.

    Do I get the Kenda tube that I ordered? No, I get a Sunlite substitution that I would have rejected if asked.

    I would really like to write a review of the Kenda tube for you. My current rating as a reviewer is around 6,500 out of 2,000,000+, and I think you’ll find that my reviews are longer and more fact intensive than most. But no can do. I’m not a “verified purchaser;” it’s more like I’m a verified attempted purchaser.

    So, ignore the star rating. It really should be N/A but that option isn’t possible when writing a review.

    I’ve requested a full refund with the vendor paying for the return shipping. It’s radio silence so far. I’ll edit if further information becomes available.

    7/1/2014 update: Davve and Markk’s never responded to the complaint resolution procedure. However, Amazon gave me a refund under its A-Z Guarantee program.

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