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New Dynaplug Covert Repair Tool offers better bar plugs, now fits in drop bars or flat bars!

Dyna Plug Covert Drop/MTBPhoto c. Dynaplug
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In 2020, Dynaplug went Covert with a new tubeless repair kit meant to stash in your handlebars. Fast forward to the present, and that Covert system just got a big upgrade. The new Covert plug tool will work with flat or drop bars, and has a flat bar plug design which should make it better for close encounters with the ground or trees. The Covert MTB or Covert Drop will allow you to carry the tire repair tool on probably any bike in your stable.

No matter what bike you are on, the fact that the new Covert tool sits right at your grubby little fingertips means that you would probably have a quick turnaround time from a puncture to continuing your ride.

Covert MTB

Dynaplug Covert Klunker bar
Photo c. Dynaplug. Covert MTB

The Covert MTB offers mountain bikers a rugged way to keep their tire repair tool close at hand. The Covert MTB comes with an Armor Black Cerakote ceramic coating, over anodized aluminum, for this limited launch. This coating should provide some protection and resiliency to the constant abuse that can happen out on the trail.

Thanks to the TwinTube Technology, the Covert MTB comes pre-loaded with TwinTubes storing 3 standard soft tip plugs and 1 Megaplug.

Dynaplug Covert MTB/Drop Bar
Twin Tube Technology (2 plugs stored and ready to go)

Twin Tube Technology is a tech that allows you to store 2 plugs within one tool. In a nutshell, when installed as a pair, the Dynaplug Covert has 4 plugs available and waiting for those rough days where the punctures keep comin’!

What’s cool, is that this technology is something that the customers of Dynaplug urged them to develop… it’s always nice when companies listen to the needs of their customers.

The Dynaplug says that their Covert Drop and Covert MTB are “the one-and-only handlebar tools with set-and-forget installation.” They state that this is the case because they use a “small aluminum housing that also protects a plug tip when not in use.”

Covert Drop

Dynaplug Covert Drop
Dynaplug Covert Drop
Dynaplug Covert Drop outside
Dynaplug Covert Drop

On to those that prefer to also ride road or gravel. The Covert Drop Tool uses a smaller diameter end cap (23.8mm) that will help blend with your bar tape. It is also black anodized aluminum and is engraved at Dynaplug with the same topographical design as the Covert MTB Tool. It also comes pre-loaded with TwinTubes and four standard soft tip plugs.

Dynaplug says that they have “established themselves as the best solution for rapid repairs in the field to plug pesky punctures that are too stubborn for the sealant to plug up.”

Having these little tools at the ready on the end of your bars does seem more attractive than digging through the saddle bag for a solution. Just sayin’.

Retail: $124.95

Product Features

  • Choose between one pair Drop Bar or one pair Flat Bar options
  • Requires a minimum handlebar ID of 18.42mm/0.725in
  • Super lightweight at 42g/35g per Tool; 84g/70g per Tool
  • Twin Tube™ in each bar end for multiple plug option
  • Pre-loaded with 2 repair plugs per tube
  • Engineered and manufactured in the USA with US metals and materials
  • Designed for a set-and-forget install with provided hardware and Bondhus L hex wrench
  • Patented and additional patents pending
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

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Crash Bandicoot
Crash Bandicoot
1 year ago

These look so cool for road use but I could never justify paying a buck twenty five for a tiny bit of space in my bag over a stripped down Stan’s dart tool unfortunately.

1 year ago

Yep, pretty tempted until I got to the $125 price tag 🙁

1 year ago

Beautifully designed and engineered. Waaay pricey.

1 year ago

I had one of their mtb tools and it worked so poorly I now use inner tubes again.

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