I'm returning this gauge. The dial plate is crooked - it wasn't installed correctly in the housing, and the unit is off by 2 PSI at 30 PSI.
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- Stop hand / bleeder valve assembly.
- Swivel angle chuck.
- Ideal for tires and forks.
- 0 - 60 PSI in 1-pound increments.
This gauged is super handy and fits easily in my hand to correct my tires pressure and accurate reading Thanks
First of all, it's my bad that I chose a gauge with this range (0-15 PSI). However, less knowledgeable riders must be warned that this gauge won't be useful for most cases since 15 PSI is too low. Perhaps 20 PSI is the lowest that would be useful since enduro bikes normally inflate tires to something between 15 and 20 PSI.
Also, the air release valve lets go too much air when pressed thus achieving the desired pressure isn't easy.
Does the job well, simple to use, simple to read. The swivel head makes the gauge easy to use regardless of where the valve is located.
Works great, definitely worth it.
This gauge, while consistent, has a fair amount of creep and is slow to stabilize the pressure reading. Would not buy again.
My two boys race motocross and depending on track conditions I adjust tire pressure accordingly. This tire gauge is excellent. Allows you to adjust the tire pressure with precision by releasing air from the valve on the stem of the tool. Very accurate, and very easy to use. Another nice feature is the part of the tool that connects to the valve stem swivels. Makes it very easy to get the gauge in a position you can read it.
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