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Corwin 7,329 36,864 August 6, 2016 at 11:35 PM in Automotive Tools (4) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 08-07-2016 by longmanj9 at 07:07 AM View Original Post
Sears.com 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
  • This price matches this +86 Frontpage Deal from July.

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Edited August 7, 2016 at 06:10 AM by TattyBear
  • Craftsman Programmable Digital Tire Gauge [sears.com] (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
    • This matches the previous deal from July.
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#3
Ended up ordering 1. I have a few $ in points expiring tomorrow, and wanted to use them up to see when the next round of points expire since I can't figure out a way to see when each set expires individually....
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Nice one. In for two. Anything that makes everyday mundane tasks easier at a great price a always a go for me.
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basic questuon, from looking at the specs on the Sears website, this would work for bicycle tires too?
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Quote from jvtech1 View Post :
basic questuon, from looking at the specs on the Sears website, this would work for bicycle tires too?
I use this for my bike tires and it works ok. Sometimes I can't get a good angle on the valve so I end up releasing the air, which is a little frustrating at times. You have to be dead on to make good contact.
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Product specs say it uses 2 c batteries. Can This be right? Seems kinda large/clunky for a tire gauge.
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Quote from jvtech1 View Post :
basic questuon, from looking at the specs on the Sears website, this would work for bicycle tires too?
yes, they have the same size valve they use the same tools. be aware of your pressures and you're good
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Been waiting for this to go on sale again. Basically got two for $.01 after $10 surprise points and SYWR points that expire today.
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Quote from BossH View Post :
Product specs say it uses 2 c batteries. Can This be right? Seems kinda large/clunky for a tire gauge.
i think it uses aaa's and ive had mine for 2-3 yrs still on the orginal batteries
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Quote from jvtech1 View Post :
basic questuon, from looking at the specs on the Sears website, this would work for bicycle tires too?
I've had one of these for a few years. It is almost useless on 20" and smaller diameter tires. I finally bought a different digital gauge with a 90 degree tip.
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Why not buy a tire compressor? This one is almost useless.
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Quote from tend View Post :
Why not buy a tire compressor? This one is almost useless.
air compressor gauges are wildly inaccurate. the way to properly inflate a tire is to use the air compressor to get it within approx range of your desired PSI, then use one of these and bleed it down to the exact PSI +/- 0.5 PSI.

these are the best tire gauges you can buy. they are purely awesome
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What makes this gauge so good exactly? Is it really any better than say one of those tire gauges that vomit out the ruler with your psi on them?
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bought one of these two years ago and am satisfied with it. I use it on motorcycle too but the angle makes it difficult. the gauges with the tube are easiest to use for two wheels.
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