This is an eight ounce bottle of Orange Seal Tire Sealant, with twist lock cap. Orange Seal has quickly become the product of choice for serious racers and riders who refuse to let a flat ruin their day on the bike. It seals larger punctures than the old STANdard, and is incredibly lightweight. Plus, it continues to work at any altitude, and at low temperatures! Orange Seal Tubeless Tire Sealant is eco-friendly and compatible with a majority of bike tire systems.
NANITES: Orange Seal Cycling Tubeless Tire Sealant consists of multiple sizes and shapes of solid particles or what we call "nanites". When a puncture occurs, the nanites quickly seal the hole keeping the air in the tire and you rolling down the trail or road.
PREMIUM LATEX: Orange Seal Cycling Tubeless Tire Sealant consists of a proprietary premium latex. This latex formula was developed to co-exist with the "nanites" and clot the puncture at warp speed. The mixture has a long life span and is sustainable at extreme altitude and temperatures.
LIGHTWEIGHT: The weight of a bike wheel has a major effect on bike performance. Orange Seal Cycling Tubeless Tire Sealant was developed to be as lightweight as possible. 4oz of sealant adds only 119.6 grams to your wheel.
PROVEN: Orange Seal Cycling Tubeless Tire Sealant has been proven to seal a 1/4inch tire puncture.
This product was added to our catalog on December 15, 2014
Thursday, Apr 23 2015 (about 4 years ago)
Orange Seal Tire Sealant w/Twist Lock (8oz)
Like most people who run tubeless tires, Ive been using Stan's since day one. While it worked fine most of the time, there were a few times that it didnt seal a puncture, and I had to break the bead trail side and deal with the mess of putting a tube in to get me home. Plus I hated having to break the bead and remove the 'stanimals' every few months, and having to add fresh sealant after using CO2 (CO2 hardens Stans sealant). So when I read about this Orange stuff, I was intrigued by the claims and decided to give it a shot. I have close to 400 miles on it used in WTB and Maxxis tires and have absolutely no complaints! I am using 2oz per 27.5 tire and I have had 3 punctures that all sealed up fast. One that was especially bad went down to 10 psi or so and I used CO2 to fill it back up (I know...Im lazy...#5). A few days later I decided to crack the bead to replace the sealant. I was surprised to find the sealant as wet as it was the day I put it in the tire! And no clumps or stanimals! This stuff is legit! Even better was I only lost about 1/4 ounce of fluid. I am impressed by the performance of the Orange Seal and will never go back to the other stuff...