Sahmurai Sword

Sahmurai Sword
8 reviews
29,95 5,75 discount
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Pros & Cons

  • Repairs large punctures in the blink of an eye.
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Specifications

Specifications

Brand
Sahmurai
Colour
Black

Description

Description

The Sahmurai Sword is an innovative tool that allows you to seal large punctures in your tubeless tyres when you're en route. Multiple Cape Epic winner and marathon champion Stefan Sahm was looking for a way to seal large punctures in tubeless tyres without the need to mount an inner tube.

You can fit the Sahmurai Sword in your handlebar, replacing your bar end plugs. If your tubeless tyre gets punctured, but the hole is too large for liquid latex to seal, you can use the Sahmurai Sword! This tool lets you seal punctures up to 1.5 cm (0.5 inch) in size.
When getting a puncture, you can put the Sword in the puncture, placing a plug in your tubeless tyre. The plug fills the puncture, enabling you to continue on your way.

Compatibility

• Suited for handlebars with a diameter between 17 and 21 mm

Delivery includes

• 1x bar end with skewer
• 1x bar end with plug
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Reviews

Reviews

4.5 / 5
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Most recent reviews

5 / 5

Indispensable for every tubeless rider!

- Hans jurgen 2 November 2022

Indispensable for every tubeless rider!

Pros & Cons

Easy storage in handlebar
Indispensable for tubeless riders
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3 / 5

To expensive for the durability.

- Cesar 18 May 2022

The Sahmurai are a really nice tool that can be fit nicely in to your bike. The only issue I see (and heard from other friends as well) is that they break quite easily (happend to me) and afterwards you cant forget about it and buy a new one.

Pros & Cons

compact
Fit nice
broke after falling
If they break difficult to take out

4 / 5

fits well and stays nicely in the handlebar

- Bram 11 January 2021

Pros & Cons

fits the handlebars well
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5 / 5

Tjakka, there they are before you realise it

- Dieter 11 November 2020

Tubeless is the way forward, unfortunately these tools are (rarely) needed again. Conveniently stored in the handlebars, where, due to the sharp points, they cannot damage the other material or tool bag itself. And admit it, these are particularly cool anyway!

Pros & Cons

Conveniently stored in the handlebar
Super cool
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5 / 5

Handy in the handlebars!!!

- Thom 2 November 2020

This repair kit goes into your handlebars nice and handy. So you must have open grips on your handlebars, and otherwise a good reason to buy new grips straight away (like the ESIgrips Chunky Grips Extra, nice and thick).

Pros & Cons

Handy on handlebars
Open grips on handlebars required
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5

Hans jurgen, 2 November 2022

Indispensable for every tubeless rider!

Indispensable for every tubeless rider!

  • Easy storage in handlebar
  • Indispensable for tubeless riders
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3

Cesar, 18 May 2022

To expensive for the durability.

The Sahmurai are a really nice tool that can be fit nicely in to your bike. The only issue I see (and heard from other friends as well) is that they break quite easily (happend to me) and afterwards you cant forget about it and buy a new one.

  • compact
  • Fit nice
  • broke after falling
  • If they break difficult to take out

4

Bram, 11 January 2021

fits well and stays nicely in the handlebar

  • fits the handlebars well
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5

Dieter, 11 November 2020

Tjakka, there they are before you realise it

Tubeless is the way forward, unfortunately these tools are (rarely) needed again. Conveniently stored in the handlebars, where, due to the sharp points, they cannot damage the other material or tool bag itself. And admit it, these are particularly cool anyway!

  • Conveniently stored in the handlebar
  • Super cool
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5

Thom, 2 November 2020

Handy in the handlebars!!!

This repair kit goes into your handlebars nice and handy. So you must have open grips on your handlebars, and otherwise a good reason to buy new grips straight away (like the ESIgrips Chunky Grips Extra, nice and thick).

  • Handy on handlebars
  • Open grips on handlebars required
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