Schwalbe AV 13 Tube

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Schwalbe AV 13

USER REVIEWS

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[May 11, 2020]
jbozo89


OVERALL
RATING
3
Strength:

Relatively easy to be pointed likely to get snakebited

Purchased:
Used  
[Jun 14, 2003]
Christoph Zimmer
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
2
Strength:

- weight (some tubes are really light-weigt)
- price (in Germany these tubes are really cheap)

Weakness:

- flats
- the valves are weak

I used the Schwalbe tubes since 1996 - now i ride UST tubeless. the light-version is (as the name says) about 130g a good device to tune the acceleration of your bike. in combination with a light tire it's a good working system . . . till you left the raod and try to have fun on some tracks. the skinny tires don't resist against any thorns or nails or what's ever hidden in the dirt. I had sometimes 2 flats on one tour. it sucks. many of my friend make jokes like it would be better to put a valve on a condom . . . but thats the past . . . and now it's tubeless-time . . . not without a reason!

Similar Products Used:

Nokin tubes, Conti tubes

[Oct 26, 1999]
Roland Werth
Cross-Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
Strength:

Lightweight
easy rolling
Very good valve
Cheap

Weakness:

Relatively easy to be pointed
likely to get snakebited

This tube, a product of my German home country, is a good performing one at a reasonable price (10 German Marks). I like it fine, because it is easy rolling and quite light - ok not so light like a Panaracer Greenlite - but reasonable enough to use it in hobby races.

Similar Products Used:

Panaracer Greenlite

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