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Digital Tire Inflator and LED Gauge - $19.88 - https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky...90%7D%3Aqu

- Features a flexible 20 in. air hose and a 360 swivel connector
- Backlit LED display
- Built-in aluminum loop makes it easy to hang
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For those who can spend a little more, you can buy a heavy duty commercial style Milton dual head air chuck and gauge [amazon.com] like gas stations used to use and many repair shops still use. Should last decades, even if you accidentally drive over it. Super sturdy and it is adjustable, so if you drop it on concrete too many times and it gets out of adjustment, you can correct it. Highly recommend the Milton for $37 over buying a new cheap one every few years.
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Why would you even compare these two? Thats ridiculous. The Husky is Digital, with Brass fittings and a 90 Degree chuck - easier to use.
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also needs batteries.. ugh, the last thing i want is my air tool to require a battery, but to each their own.
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Why would you even compare these two? Thats ridiculous. The Husky is Digital, with Brass fittings and a 90 Degree chuck - easier to use.
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Why would you even compare these two? Thats ridiculous. The Husky is Digital, with Brass fittings and a 90 Degree chuck - easier to use.
also needs batteries.. ugh, the last thing i want is my air tool to require a battery, but to each their own.
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also needs batteries.. ugh, the last thing i want is my air tool to require a battery, but to each their own.
Significantly more accurate than analog. Worth every penny to me
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Significantly more accurate than analog. Worth every penny to me
I agree. 100% of my use case (and I suspect 90%+ of personal uses) are for on-road passenger car tires at around 20-30's psi that are hard to read on tiny gradations on most 100+ psi analog dial gauges.
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If you don't need one right away wait for FREEMAN Digital Tire Inflator with LED Pressure Gauge [homedepot.com] to go on sale for $18. It regularly goes on sale every few months. I got one last time around and is a solid piece of equipment.
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can you recommend a good pump?
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Just bought the Freeman tire inflator on eBay with the 15% coupon.

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/...3404679542
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How come its even a deal? These are every day prices on amazon and Walmart
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Can't you just get a tire inflate with a gauge for like $20-30
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Thanks for the find, I bought the Husky analog one a week ago and the valve leaks. Did ship to store so I can return that one when I pick up this one.
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How come its even a deal? These are every day prices on amazon and Walmart
Its a deal because its normally a $30 Tire Inflator, that is very good quality, selling for $19.88
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So both digital gauges: Husky vs Freeman. Which one is better?
And I notice that both of them do not get much attention on Amazon.
This one got more than 5,000 people reviewed (not just purchased):
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
So I'm confused.
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