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home depot has the husky lighted digital tire gauge $6.97 + tax -lifetime warranty- 30% off

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Home depot has the digital lighted tire gauge for $6.97 plus tax. Lighted tip and gauge .
Very accurate .
In any light, day or night, this Digital Tire Gauge gives you an instant, accurate and easy-to-read measurement of a vehicle's tire pressure. A simple push button turns the unit on and selects 1 of 4 measurement ranges. When it's dark, the lighted nozzle illuminates your work area so you can easily locate the valve stem. With gentle pressure, the nozzle seals onto the valve stem quickly and completely to deliver an accurate measurement. The exact measurement instantly displays on a clear, lighted digital screen, so there's no guesswork or estimation like reading an analog gauge. Check your tire pressure often. Properly inflated tires keep you safe on the road and help you save on gas. Store this handy tool in your glove box or console, so it's always ready when you need it.
Lighted nozzle and display screen for ultimate visibility in low light or at night
Nozzle seals to valve stem for quick and accurate measurements
Powered by 2 AAA batteries
Simple push-button control turns unit on and selects the desired range automatically
Shuts off after 10 seconds to save battery life
Measurement accuracy: 2-50 PSI: +/- 1 PSI, 51-100 PSI: +/- 2 PSI, 101-150 PSI: +/- 3 PSI
Backed by a Lifetime Warranty. If your Husky product ever fails, bring it back and we will replace it for free. Click here for details.
Call 1-888-HD-HUSKY for customer service and support.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../205937751
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Even cheaper at $5.97+tax at stores near Houston
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This is the new lower price, it is not on sale.
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Very poor quality, like all husky junk. Stay away.
do you mean that it breaks easily, or it's inaccurate, or both? Can you share your experience?
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do you mean that it breaks easily, or it's inaccurate, or both? Can you share your experience?
(D) All the Above

Its really that bad. The plastic casing will split and the tip will fall off. Its starts out with +/- 5 PSI error and as you use it, it gets worse +/- 10 PSI (if it still works and displays the right units)

You are better off with one of these stick pencil guages, they are more accurate and will last a life time.
https://www.amazon.com/Milton-S-9...B0002SQYTG
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(D) All the Above

Its really that bad. The plastic casing will split and the tip will fall off. Its starts out with +/- 5 PSI error and as you use it, it gets worse +/- 10 PSI (if it still works and displays the right units)

You are better off with one of these stick pencil guages, they are more accurate and will last a life time.
https://www.amazon.com/Milton-S-9...B0002SQYTG
A couple years ago I needed a tire gauge. I went to an auto parts store and (with the store's permission) took 10 pencil gauges to my car and tried them. They read between 20 and 30 psi. I bought one that was in a clump of readings. No idea if it was accurate, but it seemed to be the best bet.

Now I have two electronic gauges. They agree with each other, and with the expensive gauge on my compressor. I haven't seen the one that is for sale, but have more confidence in electronic than pencil.
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I've had mine for at least 3 years now. For the $5 I paid, it works fine.
The biggest down side is the design of the button.
If it flips over or something bumps up against it in your tool box or glove compartment, it's too easy for the button to stay depressed, thereby wearing out the battery. So you have to be careful how you store it. Or pull the batteries out after each use.
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Got this last time and it drains the battery FAST because that damn button is just so sensitive to turn on. The slightest bump or drop turns it on. Also the quality feels very cheap. Mine started falling apart after a few months. Spend the extra few $$ and get a better gauge...
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Are the 2 AAAs included?
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A couple years ago I needed a tire gauge. I went to an auto parts store and (with the store's permission) took 10 pencil gauges to my car and tried them. They read between 20 and 30 psi. I bought one that was in a clump of readings. No idea if it was accurate, but it seemed to be the best bet.

Now I have two electronic gauges. They agree with each other, and with the expensive gauge on my compressor. I haven't seen the one that is for sale, but have more confidence in electronic than pencil.
It's worth noting that unless you're filling race tires +\- a few pounds on variance really wont make a difference.
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I bought it in 2018 for the same price (I remember it was $5.97 in 2017 BF and prior). This is a regular item during HD "seasonal/sale" events (winter Oct-Dec, BF, Father's Day, etc) a few times a year, where it is displayed prominently on a paper display stand and advertised in the sale flyer.

Store pickup and "Express Delivery" (ship from B&M store for an extra $8.99) is offered but not "Ship to Home" or "Ship to Store" (shipped from a distribution center), so it is either treated as a seasonal item, or stock is no longer being replenished. Some local stores are OOS, probably sold out of their winter/BF stock.

My gauge reads within 0.5~1 psi of a different brand digital tire gauge I own (a $3 no-name from urlhasbeenblocked) , so I assume they are both accurate, or are off by the same amount.
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I've had mine for at least 3 years now. For the $5 I paid, it works fine.
The biggest down side is the design of the button.
If it flips over or something bumps up against it in your tool box or glove compartment, it's too easy for the button to stay depressed, thereby wearing out the battery. So you have to be careful how you store it. Or pull the batteries out after each use.
wrap the thing with two rubber bands.. with one on above and one below the button. Making it more difficult for the buttton to get accidentally pushed.
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I've used mine for years and it's accurate. The thing I really don't like is that it's all too easy to switch from psi to some other pressure measure.
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Are the 2 AAAs included?
Yes, it comes with batteries
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