Accurate Tire Gauge

$7.95
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The pressure is on. Finally a truly accurate tire gauge that is also affordable and more rugged than any dial-type gauge. Aircraft-grade aluminum body and super-precise internal spring allow this pencil-type gauge to measure air pressure from 10‰ÛÒ50 lbs. with +/- 1-lb. accuracy for any tire. Additional DOT date code information printed on one side demonstrates how to tell any tire's "birthdate" to know when they will start to dry rot and become unsafe. Proudly made in the USA.

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  • 5
    Tire gauge

    Posted by Bill on 8th Jun 2020

    I ordered 2 of these, one for my tool box and one to put on my bike. Both gauges were accurate to less then 1 lb. psi. Wil by again if I need another tire pressure gauge.

  • 5
    Accurate Tier Gauge

    Posted by James Melzer on 10th Apr 2020

    Good price, Fast shipping. Works exactly as promised. Bought two, one for each bike.

  • 5
    Accurate

    Posted by Anthony Phaller on 15th Oct 2019

    Good gauge to carry with me on bike

  • 5
    Great tire gauge.

    Posted by Unknown on 10th May 2019

    Two thumbs up!

  • 5
    You need this!

    Posted by Jack H on 22nd Apr 2019

    Tested this head to head against my $100 Motion Pro and there was less than half a pound difference. Amazing for the price!

  • 5
    A great “must have “

    Posted by Paul Cox on 19th Apr 2019

    I just got this. First test showed it be spot on accurate. It’s nice that it comes in a protective plastic tube.

  • 4
    Tire Air Pressure Gauge

    Posted by Unknown on 9th Dec 2018

    They work great, very accurate. Bought 4, will have to buy a couple more.

  • 5
    A bit amazed

    Posted by Jim Crow on 12th Sep 2018

    My grandfather often told me "if something seems to good to be true...it usually isn't". In this case it was absolutely true. This gauge lives up to its title. It is the best quality "pencil" style air gauge I have seen. I compared it to a digital gauge of known accuracy and since this qauge is marked in 1# increments it isn't possible to truly measure fractions of a pound so making a judgement call by reading between the marks I would say it is +/- 1/2# and I am willing to bet money that it meets their claimed +/- 1# accuracy. And it ONLY COSTS $7.95. Best money I have spend on my bike.

  • 5
    Tire Gauge

    Posted by Joe on 8th Oct 2017

    The product meets my expectations for price point, size, ease of use and accuracy.