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Corwin 7,327 36,856 July 11, 2016 at 12:19 AM in Automotive Tools (4) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 07-11-2016 by Discombobulated at 08:03 AM View Original Post has Craftsman Programmable Digital Tire Gauge (01-160-03) on sale for $13.49. Select free in-store pickup if stock permits. Thanks Corwin

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This Craftsman Programmable Tire Gauge makes it easy to check your tires at their ideal pressure. It's important to keep your tires properly inflated for more fuel efficiency, safer driving and longer durability. The extra large back-light display is suitable for use at night and it even handily converts to a white LED flashlight - Discombobulated


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Edited July 11, 2016 at 07:14 AM by annie930ny
  • Craftsman Programmable Digital Tire Gauge [] (01-160-03) $13.49
    • Features
      • You can program the gauge to read for the target tire pressure of your vehicle
      • A straight-push nozzle makes the gauge easy to use
      • The Air Bleed function measures exact pressure
      • A beep will sound when the gauge has completed pressure reading
      • The extra-large backlight display is easy to read in all conditions
      • Gauge converts to a white LED flashlight as a bonus feature
      • Metal construction is durable and long-lasting
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This is an excellent, accurate gauge. I'm in for another. Thank you, OP.
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Thanks. Had one but lost it during a move. In for one. Best tire gauge I've used.
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Have it, like it
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Couldn't find anything to use my surprise points on until this. I have this tire gauge and it's been great, picked up another one for backup. Thanks OP!
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I have one of these and I live it. Very easy to use and the little LED light comes in handy at times.
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Not sure how accurate but close enough to my TPS readings that I don't really care.

This is a great product.
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Another option from Sears is this one on sale for $5.99

I have a few of these in various cars, they seem to be just as accurate as any other ones I have. One of them broke on the second use, the plastic tip that pushes on the center of the valve cracked off.

On the one in the deal... the whole end looks to be metal but is the tip inside metal too? I'm about to give up on all digital gauges and just stick with mechanical dial ones. I've had at least 6 different ones, even the top rated and most reviewed on Amazon (the Accutire, the Tekton with over 2000 reviews), and all seem to just fail and only last maybe one or two batteries worth.
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I hear good reviews for the Accutire Digital Gauge. Is there a difference between this one and the following link?
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$14 seems good for that craftsman, In for 1, thanks.
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great gauge. I've had it for a few years and mostly use it to set the air bags in my truck and it's fantastic.
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i have one of these in my car, super quick and useful. accurate to 0.5psi, and the backlight is great for nighttime use, as is the small flashlight to find where to place it
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Same price I paid back in October of 2013. I bought two and they have served me fairly well. My ex kept one when we split last year and the one I have, doesn't seal completely. When checking the pressure you can hear air leaking from somewhere. Despite not sealing properly I still get accurate readings. I need to take it back but, I just haven't taken the time to do so.
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don't need another tire gauge, but I don't have a digital one. Always felt the manual stick kind were just fine. What would be cool would be a wireless reader that reads the TPMS sensors without having the remove the valve cap. But those run $100 or more.

However I have $10 off $10 in surprise points that would make this $3.50. Tempting...
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