10 ft Roll of Self Bonding Silicone Tape for Bicycle Handlebars Cycling in a domain
The process of self-fusing is Embraces its own kind. It does not come with any adhesive. It takes time to stick, and once it is, it stays!
To finish handlebar wraps, this tape can be used in place of black/electrical tape. Unlike normal electrical tape, this tape will not come off or leaves a sticky residue!
Questions & Answers
What kind of bartape is it? Is it permanent?
A simple piece of tape is all that's needed to keep the handlebar wrap in Isn't intended to be reused, and it works fine. Despite the plentiful tape, you would never be able to use it all. I really like this
Would this find application as protective gear to protect the folding bike from scratches when ?
might be possible to use it in that way. A handle grip wrap termination ring should be used to conclude The fabric does adhere to itself as you wrap it around and if you wrap it around the frame to protect a spot where it rubs against it, it would probably protect the area.
Can you tell me how wide it is?
Good morning. Thanks a lot for your question. could have been done first I would like to thank you for the fuse tape, which is 25mm wide. The Scott Dome Cycling Team
Can you tell me how thick this tape is?
I would estimate the thickness of the tape to be about 1/2 mm or less when it's wrapped on the bar. Initially, it is a little thicker however, it can be easily rolled up and stretched.
Selected User Reviews For Silicone Self Fusing Bicycle Handlebar Self Bonding Repair Tape, 10 ft Roll - Domain Cycling (Red)
I'D SAY THIS IS BETTER THAN ELECTRIC As a result of reading different reviews, both positive and negative, I decided to purchase this tape, and I can honestly say it is far superior to using the old school method The following is what I re-read Last week I covered three of my bikes with the tape without any issues
Well, the number one is gone. I just threw that piece away and cut a new one since the tape was tangled up within itself and had a hard time peeling it apart. In the years ahead, I may not be able to see the tape. I have to use the tape when I need to redo things If I use electrical tape again, I will have a sticky residue on my hands. It is important that you do not pull too hard on the tape when wrapping it around the bars when using the tape. So that the tape does not get distorted, use a firm grip in order to prevent it from being You'll have to cut more tape if it sticks to itself once it sticks so make sure the tape is in exactly the same place where you want it. This is a great product and I wish I had known about it long.
| Oct 07, 2020
This is an awesome purchase! bicycle to a sketchy neighborhood a few times a week and have to lock it up for a few hours there, and I didn't want to flash a brand new $1,000+ bike so that it could be used With this tape, I can cover the branding on the frame and I can put stickers all over the top of the tape to make it look In the end, I really liked how this tape attracted dust, so my bike didn't look new and expensive and it hasn't been stolen yet! I've had my bike for 2 years so far and it hasn't been stolen yet
The tape is to thank for that!.
| Aug 17, 2020
Bicyclists tend to be like this. I have never seen anything like this in all my cycling life? I really like it. As with most cyclists, I have found the two short pieces of finishing tape that come with handlebar wrap to be insufficient, so my teammates and I have Heat and time make the electrical tape adhesive a little runny, making it easier for the tape to slip and leave gummy residue behind. Although it lacks adhesive, it is very strong and holds onto itself. The handlebar wrap is stretchy, so you can get a nice tight finish. This stuff had me over the moon so far. I haven't yet tested it in the rain, but so far, it's amazing.
| Nov 11, 2020
These are not my favorite types of music
My bike has been wrapped about a zillion times for the past 40 years. I've been riding a bike for over forty years and have wrapped several handlebars. Changing my bar tape is an easy and cheap way to update my equipment when I get bored with it. As everyone else knows, the finishing tape that comes with bar tape is pretty poor, so I substitute electrical tape, which works just The silicone self-fusing tape I ordered based on a good review didn't turn out to be as impressive as I thought it would. Two things bother me about it First of all, it's too wide, and secondly, it has a clear plastic backing that pulls off while you are applying it, which is tricky to handle. In the way outlined (as described), it adheres itself. It cannot be pulled too tight or the fabric It will tear the handlebar tape if you try to remove it if you install it directly to the tape. In order to prevent the self-fusing tape from sticking, I used a thin layer of electrical tape first. There was something about how it looked that I didn't like. It was tricky to pull it off (have I ever used I played around with it for about thirty minutes before I settled on this The clock had been ticking for 45 minutes when Electrical tape is what I'm going to use from now on. As much as the stuff will work for taping cable to handlebars, it may not be the best for marking tubing. Obviously, I'm not a fan of this stuff, I just didn't enjoy it. The post has been edited for the 6/21/21 date. It is always possible to learn new tricks for an old dog. Old man applied the stuff again after having so much trouble the first time around. It went on nicely and easily. The handlebar tape is held down by this shiny device. The problem is solved. You don't need to bother about what the man behind the curtain told you the first time.
| May 20, 2021
Adheres to itself without adhesive
This tape was easy to stick to itself once it was set, so once it was set I didn't have to worry about it ripping. Additionally, I found that a small piece of rubber that stayed in place around the base of the brake hood could be cut and applied after the bar was wrapped. However, when I was wrapping it, I had to be careful not to let it fold over on itself. I also had to identify and quickly undo any mistakes as soon as possible. Obtaining a good fit is very easy thanks to its easy stretching capabilities. The first time you wrap it, it must be done properly, as you will need to cut it off once it is Due to its fused nature, it might be possible to cut off and replace part of the wrap, but it would look ugly. In my experience, it has a silicone feel, but I have stopped noticing it. It still remains extremely If you stick your fingers in grease, the grease will transfer to the tape, but it can be cleaned with detergent and water, or even with a cloth soaked in It was held in place with bar end plugs, although I imagine the tape might have held itself in place The bike has been riding well since installing the tape. I've put a couple hundred miles on it since applying the tape. As a matter of fact, I think it will be durable, although a substantial impact or glancing blow will probably damage it, because it is relatively Also, I used a short piece of this tape to form stops on my rear rack, so that the pannier hangers would not slide.
| Jan 31, 2021
According to them, it is exactly as What a great stuff this is
Years ago, I was using electrical tape, but then I found silicone bar tape, and I've never looked I have found no other clean ending that compares to it. The tape is not intended to provide extra padding, but instead serves as a kind of tape. It's just that I redid a couple of bars to include these Gel Bar pads from Bike Plant. This stuff was used to tack down the pads before wiping them. To finish off the bar wrap end, repeat the process again. Neither the bar pads nor the bolts need to be more than an inch apart. There will then be maybe six inches left to finish things If I run out of this, I will totally buy it again. It might even be necessary to get one in a different color other than.
| Jun 30, 2021
The bond between them is very strong
I used it to wrap my handlebars again after wrapping them with other tape. It has met my expectations and I am The process of figuring out how it works took a bit of time (it cannot be removed without destroying it), but I'm very pleased with the end result. It will not stick to materials that are not silicone-based. The strands of the strand do bind to one another. If you touch it more than 15 seconds, your chances of pulling it back up and repositioning it are very slim, so go slow and be very precise.
| Jun 09, 2021