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C7 Leafield Valve

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Proven rugged and durable, these two-piece, one-way valves are preferred by quality inflatable manufactures around the world.

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Top-quality Leafield C7 valves are found in all current-model NRS rafts, catarafts, kayaks and SUPs, as well as many other inflatables. One of the advantages of the C7 valve is how simple it is to repair. In this Quick Tips instructional video, the NRS experts show you how to repair a Leafield C7 valve quickly and easily.

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Finding and fixing leaks in the valves on your inflatable raft, cataraft or inflatable kayak (IK) is an important skill for boaters. Here NRS repair guru Josh Gile demonstrates the steps with a Leafield C-7 inflate/deflate valve. You'll use basically the same steps with other types -- Leafield B-7, Halkey-Roberts, Summit and military valves.

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5.0

Great replacement for poor factory "towable" valves

By Tom

from Omaha, NE

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Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy to Use
  • Protects Well

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Outdoor

Comments about C7 Leafield Valve:

I had two valves on my "Bandwagon" towable tube that failed. There was no way to repair them. I bought a piece of PVC, a can of urethane glue and two valves. I followed the instruction that were on youtube (because my application was very similar) and it turned out perfect!

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4.0

i will buy this product again

By Rye

from Moad, UT

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Pros

  • Easy to Install
  • Holds Air

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Replacement Valve

Comments about C7 Leafield Valve:

I use on my raft.

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5.0

C7 valve

By brett

from mammoth lakes

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        Comments about C7 Leafield Valve:

        No need to say anything. Bring a spare just in case.

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        5.0

        Solid replacement valve

        By Kilroy

        from Klamath Falls, Oregon

        About Me Casual/ Recreational

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              Comments about C7 Leafield Valve:

              Valve is marked "NRS" but I believe Leafield made them for NrS and stamped the body of the valve to indicate this. Good quality, solid, and well maid valve for a spare or replacement for your multiple needs.

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              5.0

              Great improvement over an A7

              By Big Tall Jason

              from California

              About Me Casual/ Recreational

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              Pros

              • Easy to Use
              • Visually Pleasing

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                  Comments about C7 Leafield Valve:

                  I purchased this to replace a broken A7 valve on an old zodiac I am restoring. Installation was quite easy and I can see its going to work very well. Much lower profile than the old valves too.

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                  • C7 Leafield Valve

                    Q:

                    Is this a good option to replace the valve on my inflatable stand up paddle board ?
                    I am not impressed by the valve that came with the board so I am looking for the best quality sup valve on the planet.
                    Also would this fit?
                    Thank you very much!
                    Asked on 5/25/2015 by Blueberry

                    1 answer

                    • Staff Reviewer

                      A:

                      We think the C7 is the best valve on the market; we use it in all our inflatables. A repair of this kind is not simple, but it is doable as a home repair. See this video for the procedure - http://www.nrs.com/learn/how-to-replace-a-raft-valve.asp - More than likely your board is made with PVC material, so you'll need to make your own doughnut patch. Contact us for assistance with the repair, 800.635.5202 or service@nrs.com.

                      Answered on 5/25/2015 by Clyde from NRS
                  • C7 Leafield Valve

                    Q:

                    I have an older Avon lite 310 Rib. Unfortunately, the boat is not nearby. Is the correct valve for my boat?
                    Asked on 5/21/2015 by Bob from Titusville, FL

                    1 answer

                    • Staff Reviewer

                      A:

                      Bob, it could be, but I doubt it. Take a look at the Leafield Valve Identification page - http://www.nrs.com/repair/leafield.asp - to see if you can recognize what your boat's valves look like. The valve caps are pretty distinctively different. If you valves sit down in a recessed boot, they'll be A7s. I believe Avon's US contact number is 410-643-4141, if you aren't sure after looking at the valve page.

                      Answered on 5/21/2015 by Clyde from NRS
                  • C7 Leafield Valve

                    Q:

                    Between the gray valve top and valve base is a black plastic gasket-like piece. Does this remain in place when you install the valve? If so, I assume that the boat cloth goes on the underside of this black gasket. Thanks!
                    Asked on 4/10/2015 by John

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                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      Hey,
                      Consider the plastic ring as a gasket - it has grooves which "mate" into the grooves on the screw-on lower valve section. This mating helps strengthen the airtight seal.
                      Let me know if you need more info
                      Dan Buchanan

                      Answered on 4/10/2015 by Anonymous
                    • Staff Reviewer

                      A:

                      Correct, John, the black ring stays on the outside of the boat, with the grooved surface against the boat fabric. The grooves on the ring and on the inner piece help grip the boat fabric and prevent air leaks. This video gives some practical tips - http://www.nrs.com/learn/how-to-replace-a-raft-valve.asp - Give us a call if you have questions, 800.635.5202.

                      Answered on 4/10/2015 by Clyde from NRS
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      Yes, you are correct. Place the gasket on top of the tube/floor and under the gray plastic piece with the spring/valve.
                      Sent from my iPhone

                      Answered on 4/13/2015 by Anonymous
                  • C7 Leafield Valve

                    Q:

                    Is the c-7 leafield valve that can have air pumped into it and have air released out. Such as an air mattress. And its sealed to material with a doughnut material? Thank you Steve
                    Asked on 9/17/2012 by Small water pro from Sedalia mo.

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                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      The air valve is one-way and you can press the center to release air at any
                      time. the back end of the valve unscrews so you can sandwich the fabric
                      between the plastic housing. I basically cut a hole in the fabric the size
                      of the internal hole and then threaded the back end of the valve back on.
                      You could also put a sealant/glue to re-enforce.

                      Answered on 9/18/2012 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      Yes this valve is pressure sealed by screwing parts together with a rubber like gasket to seal out air/water. Good luck? Let me know if you have other questions.

                      Answered on 9/18/2012 by Anonymous
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