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Lezyne Pro Tubeless Kit rolls tire pluggers & CO2 chuck into one

lezyne pro tubeless kit shown opened up
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Officially introduced alongside their permanent tubeless tire repair kit, the Lezyne Pro Tubeless Kit is now available. It packs the essentials into a CO2-sized tube, including a chuck to help you reinflate your freshly repaired tire.

The Pro Tubeless Kit puts a cutter and a plugger stabber on one end of the tube, threading into the cap. Remove the cap and thread it in backwards and the entire body becomes a handle.

Tire plug “bacon strips” are stored inside, and a metal CO2 chuck is threaded onto the other end’s cap, preventing the contents from ratting around over rough terrain. There’s also a valve core removal tool on one of the end caps.

lezyne pro tubeless kit loaded shown on a bike

It includes two sets of five plugs, one thin (1.5mm) and one thick (3.5mm) to fix different size punctures. The plugger doubles as a reamer to clean out the hole before insertion. Then swap in the stainless steel knife to cut off the excess.

It’s available in two versions, the standalone tool, and the Loaded Kit, which includes a 20g CO2 cartridge and mounting bracket with strap. The standalone tool does not come with any frame mount, but should snap into some CO2 mounts…or just strap it on or throw it in your pack.


  • 50g for the Pro Tool
  • 135g for the Loaded kit
  • Tool Dimensions = 19.6 x 19.6 x 113mm

The Pro Tubeless Kit retails for $39.99, and the Loaded Kit is $49.99.


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1 year ago

Finally a plug kit with 2 sizes and a way to trim the plug. Last plug I had slapped the frame for miles. Looks better quality than the stans plastic one.

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