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Tekton Digital Tire Pressure Gauge w/ 30 Sec. Auto Off EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has Tekton Digital Tire Pressure Gauge w/ 30 Sec. Auto Off (5941) on sale for $7. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25 or more. Thanks Ustyle

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  • Tekton Digital Tire Pressure Gauge
  • 1x 3V Lithium Coin Cell (CR2032)
  • 3x 1.5V Button Cells (LR44)
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  • Ergonomic design w/ digital display. Nozzle seals to valve stem for quick and accurate measurements - Discombobulated

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1, Lighted nozzle and display screen for ultimate visibility in low light or at night
2, Digital display instantly and clearly shows exact reading, eliminating the guesswork of analog gauges
3, Nozzle seals to valve stem for quick and accurate measurements
4, Simple push button control turns unit on, selects the desired range, and automatically shuts off after 30 seconds to save the batteries
5, Ergonomic design comfortably fits hand and features a soft, non-slip surface for sure grip

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4 batteries for a tire gauge and 2 different kinds? Pass.
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Get a Husky Digital gauge for $4.97. It runs on 2 AAA batteries. Has lifetime warranty. I have both Husky and the Craftsman. Comparing it to a trusty analog gauge, the Husky was more on the dot then the Craftsman.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../205937751
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Better off getting one that uses regular AA or AAA batteries. Instead of having to buy two different ones listed.
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reliable little gage. turns off in 30 sec so you need to hit the button frequently. hit it twice and you change the units. good at $7
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Received mine a couple days ago for the listed price and it works very well. I've had issues with my Accutire where it either wouldn't take a reading or it would be incredibly off. This thing was so fast, I took the first reading five times thinking it was stuck. Confirmed accuracy with two slide gauges. Nice little gauge.
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reliable little gage. turns off in 30 sec so you need to hit the button frequently. hit it twice and you change the units. good at $7
Agree .. I paid a bit more for my first one, which took quite a beating before it flaked out. I disassembled it, simple design ... seems the solder connections aren't too robust, so I'm going to redo those and see if i can make the little guy live again. TU OP.

Edit: I just ordered three more, with a $1 digital credit for each. Great deal on this!
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Tekton makes some good stuff. If I was looking to get a new gauge then it would be either this or the craftsman tire gauge for a little bit more.
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Got one last year for $4.82 on eBay. Works great and it is very accurate.
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Money seems better spent on better analog gauge that will last decades. It's getting tough to find good, US made dial gauges at reasonable prices. Should have bought extra when I first started driving.
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Better off getting one that uses regular AA or AAA batteries. Instead of having to buy two different ones listed.
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Accutire has always been my go-to. Might give this one a shot for $7.
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4 batteries for a tire gauge and 2 different kinds? Pass.
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4 batteries for a tire gauge and 2 different kinds? Pass.
Exactly my thought
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Get a Longacre 52001 and be done with it.
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4 batteries for a tire gauge and 2 different kinds? Pass.
My thoughts as well !
And many reviews support that.
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Better off getting one that uses regular AA or AAA batteries. Instead of having to buy two different ones listed.
Good point. I still prefer the Craftsman one because it has an enclosed lip so that the tire gauge doesn't slide off the valve stem and you lose a lot of air while getting the reading. Also only uses CR2032 batteries.
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