I hope not
I don't often get a visit from the p****ure fairy as I tend to keep good tyre's on my bike and keep them well inflated, that and having pretty wide tyre's anyway tends to keep her away.
But the other morning as I cycled to work in the bitter cold my fingers hadn't warmed up and there was no feeling in them, I got to thinking what would I do if I got a p****ure now I am 3 miles from my car and just over 9 miles from work It's dark and very cold on the trail. I wouldn't be too pleased and would have to just crack on and fix it in the dark or at least have a lengthy walk to somewhere a bit lighter either way by the time I had done that and repaired the p****ure my fingers would be effin freezing. What if I got a puncture in the same place going home around 2.30 am some nights ?
So I have invested some of my hard earned cash £3.49 to be exact on this ......................
hopefully I wont have any need for it soon but you just remove the offending article from your tyre connect this to the valve and fill the tube with foam. At least I can then get home or to work and change the tube at my leisure somewhere warm.