Top racing slug owners know that there's only one thing that can permanently ruin a thoroughbred mollusc's career - a blow-out on the home straight can mean the difference between having a prize racing slug or a washed out sack of mucus. In the past, a deflated slug was considered beyond repair, and the kindest thing to do was take it outside and blast its brains out.

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But now, thanks to the new Slugbond puncture repair outfit from Sluggo, your little squishy champion can make a full recovery. Slugbond sets in seconds to form a totally reliable airtight seal, and will keep your magnificent mollusc motoring on to the finish line.

Because an Inflated Slug
is a Happy Slug

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Plus! Send off ten coupons from special packs to receive a free compressor. It's compact, runs off a car cigarette lighter and the built-in electronic pressure gauge means that your slug will always be inflated to the correct PSI. Also suitable for stunt snails.



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