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La Tromba Valve Oil T2 Light


Valve Oil T2

  • Extra thin
  • Content: 63 ml
Item number 121422
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
For Perinetvalves Yes
For Rotar Valves No
For Trombone Slides No
For Woodwinds No
For slides No
Packaging quantity 0.065
Packaging unit l
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Safety Notes H statements

  • h304: May be fatal if swallowed and enters airways.

Safety Notes P statements

  • p301-p310: IF SWALLOWED: Immediately call a POISON CENTER/doctor/…
  • p331: Do NOT induce vomiting.
  • p405: Store locked up.
  • p501: Dispose of contents/container in accordance with local waste disposal regulations.
  • p101: If medical advice is needed, have product container or label at hand.
  • p102: Keep out of reach of children.
£76.77 / l •
Including VAT; Excluding £10 shipping
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474 Customer ratings

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176 Reviews

The best trumpet valve oil.
Peter5726 20.10.2020
I am an international professional trumpet player and this is absolutely the best valve oil available. As long as the valves are cleaned thoroughly first and then oiled with La Tromba T2 (so as not to mix this synthetic oil with any previously used mineral oil) it is unequalled. This applies to its use on every instrument in my entire collection.
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Not as good as the original, but better than some!
Geoff V. 24.01.2016
I bought this oil on the recommendations that I'd read, and to be honest, because I was curious.

It works OK, well quite well actually, but personally I don't think that it is as good as the original La Tromba oil, in the white bottle, that is now called T1.

It's not particularly long lasting, although that's not too much of a problem to me, as I always oil my valves before playing, to preserve the instrument(s) and ensure that a valve doesn't stick at the most inopportune moment.
It also doesn't seem to result in quite such a fast valve action as the T1 (or the Denis Wick Advanced Formula oil, but that's another story)

Overall, I'm happy that I've tried it (12 bottles, so a fair test) but I wouldn't rush out to get it again as I think that there are better products around, like the La Tromba T1, that are available for less money.
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Great valve oil, disappointing cap
Karry 12.12.2019
Valve oil works great for the carol brass trumpets, especially as the valves are built so well!

With several rehearsals and gigs a week and daily practice I only need to apply this oil once every 4-5 days. The valve oil doesn't leave a residue and doesn't have an a strong offensive smell unlike some other valve oils I've tried.

This may not be as effective for valve clusters that aren't built as well as the Carol Brass ones are. Your mileage may also vary with an older trumpet that has had some wear and tear to the valves so it might be worth getting a thicker valve oil.

The only downside is the child safety mechanism, its built out of a very light plastic and can easily become damaged ( this resulted in an oil leak in my instrument case and paradoxically made the mechanism less safe! ) Though this may have been the bottle I received, and as I am onto my next bottle already I'm hopeful that this wont happen again.
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One of my favorites.
Mihai Sorohan 01.04.2018
Smells good, lubricates good, doesn't get rancid (duh, it's synthetic oil). It's one of the very few that doesn't get "slow" in cold temperatures, which is very important if you play in a marching band (especially if you have Christmas gigs outside).
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