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Sears has Craftsman Programmable Digital Tire Gauge (MS4376) on sale for $12.14 for Shop Your Way Members (free to join). Select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks iconian

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This digital tire gauge features an extra-large backlight display, an air bleed function for measuring exact pressure and also converts to a white LED flashlight.

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A decent price but has mixed reviews. Shipping is not available and the nearest pick-up locations to me are 31, 40 and 57 miles away one-way. Not for me. Thanks anyway OP.
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Thanks OP. Had to sign in to get the $13 price.
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I have same problem. Considered getting one several times but only have home town Sears store near me and drive would cost more than savings. This is why Sears and Kmart going out of business. Thanks for post.
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What battery does this use?
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This is frequently on SD and not convinced it is a deal. I liked mine but it crapped out on me after a few years. Took care of it and it saw limited use....
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Nice digital gauge. I've got two that have been kickin for over 2 years with frequent use. Haven't had to change batteries yet. Got mine for around $8.00 each during a Kmart deal. I prefer these over all my analog gauges and find them accurate enough for my uses.
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I had this for a couple of years but used it a handful of times. It broke apart on me when I stored it in my trunk. It was nice to use but very fragile.
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Got this during the last deal. Somehow drains the internal button cell battery and is never working when I need it. Sits in a drawer now. I would pass only because there is no reason they needed to put a button battery in a device so large. Just my $0.02
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This is frequently on SD and not convinced it is a deal. I liked mine but it crapped out on me after a few years. Took care of it and it saw limited use....
These used to have lifetime warranty. Had one replaced for free. Don't know if that's still the case.
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I always buy Accutire gauges. They are accurate and company stands behind their products.
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These used to have lifetime warranty. Had one replaced for free. Don't know if that's still the case.
One year warranty.
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Thanks for all the bad reviews. Saved me from buying it. I had one by a different brand that was about the same quality. It fell apart over a year after 3 uses or so. So I don't know of I trust digital ones anymore.
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