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Put Down The Phone, You’re Old Enough to Change a Flat Tire By Yourself

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* Acts as both a tire sealant and air pressurizer
* Each repair is good for roughly 500 miles
* 12-volt inflator can repair car tires in seven minutes flat

If you’re reading this, that means you’re probably old enough to drive, which also means it’s high time you learn how to change your own tire. Don’t worry, it’s not hard — and with the Slime 70005 Safety Spair, it’s easier than ever.

This emergency toolkit works as both a tire sealant and air pressurizer. That means it can both patch a hole and add air when your tires are running low. The powerful 12-volt inflator is able to repair most car tires in seven minutes flat.

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More than that, it’s extremely easy to use. No need to worry about busting out the old lug wrench and toolkit; with the Safety Spair, you can easily (and quickly) patch your tires without having to waste valuable time or energy in the event of an emergency.

Each repair is good for roughly 500 miles, which means you won’t have to worry about your tire breaking down between your trip home. It also includes a built-in LED light and pressure gauge for easy monitoring. And with more than 200 5-star reviews, you can rest easy knowing this repair kit is a cut above the competition. As one satisfied reviewer put it, “This thing will save your butt.” Enough said.

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