The Michelin Aircomp Road Long Valve Inner Tube is a well-constructed inner tube that won't let you down.
A good spare inner tube at a cheap price is invaluable when out on the big rides, you never know when you might need one. With a name like Michelin behind it, you can be sure that it is of the finest quality. - T.H
Trustworthy and extremely dependable, you can see the main specifications of the inner tube here:
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I've been using these for about 15 years, and keep; coming back to them. They have a threadless valve, which doesn't chew up the rubber grommet on my pump. They are light (actual weight about 77 g),and definitely lighter than most other brands 'lightweight' tubes, and not too expensive.
Haven't needed to use yet but hopefully will be as good as the recommendation.
Haven't had any real issues yet. However I must have picked up a slow leak on the way home yesterday. I pumped it up this morning and it was good for the commute to work. It was flat again by the time I had finished at the end of the day. No obvious puncture but I will check it out on the weekend.
The tubes are light, but do tend to lose about 10 percent pressure over a week.