?If it ain't broke' is Rema's motto, and while that's true (it's a traditional puncture repair kit that Rema TT has been making for years), the kit doesn't offer as much as others on test.
Tried and tested puncture repair
Not as good value as some rivals
By Cycling Weekly published
The Rema Tip Top Sport comes with small patches, perfectly sized for a slim road tube.
The downside being that there are only five of them.
Value-wise, you're looking at £1 a fix.
A lot considering rivals offer a repair price of 50p per use. They work, though, and the patch was applied very neatly.
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