Works great. The construction of the gauge is a little cheap. But it gets the job done. For the price you can’t beat it
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I had higher expectations of this product. I have had an accu-guage before and it was very well built. This one, is definitely different. Maybe I bought the wrong one. Anyway, the overall feel of it is light and flimsy, Im afraid to put it in my tool box, I don't want to break it. I usually use a compressor to fill my tires (30-40 PSI) to make side the tire bead is popped in, then I let out the excess air. I used a pocket gauge to let out the air to about 20 PSI, then I went to use this gauge to get my PSI to 12-13 where I like it. Well this thing can't handle anything over 15 PSI. The 20 PSI knocked the gauge completely off calibration and It was rendered useless. Complete waste of money. The only saving grace is that it seems to have healed itself. Maybe the spring inside the gage went back to it original shape? The old gauge I had, use a little spike to stop the gauge from going past 15, so that you could let air out until you reached inside its range. This one just messes itself up.
this gauge is garbage
Bad readings right out of the box... never trust it and it sits.. waste of money.
I purchased this gaudge about 5 months ago and its already in the trash. The needle fell off. I never checked it against another gaudge so I cant comment on accuracy. I will not buy this one again.
I found this gage to be un-accurate and it also broke within weeks
It seems like a high dollar gage but they have some acurracy issues right out of the box! I purchased 2, one for my riding buddy and his would not zero brand new. After replacement they are still 1- 3lbs difference between the two gages. Mine occasionaly sticks and I no longer have confidence in the gage. I would not recomend this product.
This gauge is not bad, but there are better options, such as the Applied guage. This one is accurate, but it doesn't last as long as the Applied one. Mine got out of sync, and I could never get it back to normal.
There have been no questions asked about the Accugage Air Pressure Tire Gauge With Hose - 0-15 Psi.