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Limited-time deal: AstroAI Digital Tire Pressure Gauge with Inflator, 250 PSI Air Chuck and Compressor Accessories Heavy Duty with Quick Connect Coupler, 0.1 Display Reso - $20.65

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If you arent a fan of batteries like me, the non digital version (only 100psi vs 250 on OP) for only $18.70 after 15% coupon. https://a.co/d/jlibLuZ i dont think i need 250psi so i might bite.
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Quote from ducksoup18 :
If you arent a fan of batteries like me, the non digital version (only 100psi vs 250 on OP) for only $18.70 after 15% coupon. https://a.co/d/jlibLuZ i dont think i need 250psi so i might bite.
I have that exact one from 2019. Sits in my trunk all season long. Its a black car and gets steamy hot, for New York that is. It "glows in the dark" but that's useless if it's at night unless you have a flashlight to shine at it for a few seconds. You also have to hold the bit on the tire to read it. Once you let it go it stops. Some other ones have a pin you push to release the pressure but it is still good. Either way, you can't go wrong.
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I have that exact one from 2019. Sits in my trunk all season long. Its a black car and gets steamy hot, for New York that is. It "glows in the dark" but that's useless if it's at night unless you have a flashlight to shine at it for a few seconds. You also have to hold the bit on the tire to read it. Once you let it go it stops. Some other ones have a pin you push to release the pressure but it is still good. Either way, you can't go wrong.
Thanks for the feedback. Is the pressure gauge pretty accurate? I have an old piston style pressure gauge that is a pain to read. Always seems like the psi is on the opposite side of where im looking. lol
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Thanks for the feedback. Is the pressure gauge pretty accurate? I have an old piston style pressure gauge that is a pain to read. Always seems like the psi is on the opposite side of where im looking. lol
The gauge is accurate as I can tell. I have tested with two digital ones and all are the same.
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