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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. -Corwin

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Sears Craftsman digital Tire Gauge [sears.com] for $13.49. Not lowest price, but good for whoever wants it
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On over 4 yrs with mine but I've gone through a battery... can't remember what battery... maybe a 2032.
IMO it has 2 downsides odd battery (but long-life) and straight design isn't ideal for motorcycles or bikes.
The bleed release and LED light are killer features!
Its one of favorite Craftsman products.
Oh and I've never used the program feature... I am sorta concerned anyone would need it. EEK!
Folks can (AND ALWAYS SHOULD) look at their tire for max PSI and see VIN tag on inside of driver's door for MFG recommendations.
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Best review I saw on Sears' website:

"I bought this with the good deal. It excellent build tool for the tire car, it's easy to use compare with the other digital tire gauge, this gauge straight plug it very easy to read the pressure and I love is it can program for two car and LED light to see in the dark area"
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anyone know the longevity of these?
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Had mine for 2+ years... original battery too.
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Had mine for 2+ years... original battery too.
Do you know what battery type it takes?
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I got mine before Xmas. I like it. I think I paid 12.99
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Had mine for 2+ years... original battery too.
On over 4 yrs with mine but I've gone through a battery... can't remember what battery... maybe a 2032.
IMO it has 2 downsides odd battery (but long-life) and straight design isn't ideal for motorcycles or bikes.
The bleed release and LED light are killer features!
Its one of favorite Craftsman products.
Oh and I've never used the program feature... I am sorta concerned anyone would need it. EEK!
Folks can (AND ALWAYS SHOULD) look at their tire for max PSI and see VIN tag on inside of driver's door for MFG recommendations.
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Do you know what battery type it takes?
CR2032, can't remember need 2 or 1. I had the tire gauge for 4-5 yrs, finally changed the battery August 2016. Check tire pressure monthly, bought it around $7-8 so $13.49 seems pricely. I've used also the Husky tire pressure that was on sale back in October and Black Friday around $4-5, takes 2X AAA batteries, they all +/- 1-2 PSI off from Craftsman vs Husky. I prefer Husky, AAA batteries are cheap and readily available, Craftsman requires CR2032, flat disk batteries are not cheap even when they are on sale.
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Best review I saw on Sears' website:

"I bought this with the good deal. It excellent build tool for the tire car, it's easy to use compare with the other digital tire gauge, this gauge straight plug it very easy to read the pressure and I love is it can program for two car and LED light to see in the dark area"
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It's been on and off here. I like mine. I need to find a deal on a road big gauge.
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On over 4 yrs with mine but I've gone through a battery... can't remember what battery... maybe a 2032.
IMO it has 2 downsides odd battery (but long-life) and straight design isn't ideal for motorcycles or bikes.
The bleed release and LED light are killer features!
Its one of favorite Craftsman products.
Oh and I've never used the program feature... I am sorta concerned anyone would need it. EEK!
Folks can (AND ALWAYS SHOULD) look at their tire for max PSI and see VIN tag on inside of driver's door for MFG recommendations.
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CR2032, can't remember need 2 or 1. I had the tire gauge for 4-5 yrs, finally changed the battery August 2016. Check tire pressure monthly, bought it around $7-8 so $13.49 seems pricely. I've used also the Husky tire pressure that was on sale back in October and Black Friday around $4-5, takes 2X AAA batteries, they all +/- 1-2 PSI off from Craftsman vs Husky. I prefer Husky, AAA batteries are cheap and readily available, Craftsman requires CR2032, flat disk batteries are not cheap even when they are on sale.
i thought someone said with these things once the battery dies they aren't the same anymore. is there another internal battery?
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This is the only Sears brand (craftsman, kenmore...) product I have that still works. Picking it up from the store was an hour-long nightmare of stupid, and it was the last item I buy from Sears.

The programming feature lets you specify a pressure. When you put the gauge on and it's above that pressure the screen is one color. You hold down the relief valve for a random amount of time. When you let go you can read the pressure again. if the pressure is below your programmed value the screen is a different color. Basically it won't relieve pressure to the set point by itself, so programming is dumb and useless.

That said, it's very easy to use and reads very consistently (unknown accuracy).
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sears.com [sears.com] has Craftsman Programmable Digital Tire Gauge on sales for $13.49.
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This is the only Sears brand (craftsman, kenmore...) product I have that still works. Picking it up from the store was an hour-long nightmare of stupid, and it was the last item I buy from Sears.

The programming feature lets you specify a pressure. When you put the gauge on and it's above that pressure the screen is one color. You hold down the relief valve for a random amount of time. When you let go you can read the pressure again. if the pressure is below your programmed value the screen is a different color. Basically it won't relieve pressure to the set point by itself, so programming is dumb and useless.

That said, it's very easy to use and reads very consistently (unknown accuracy).
That's why Sears and K-Mart stores are dying slowly and softly.
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I have a $3 tire gauge from sears and it works just fine. (Displays the pressure on LCD) Why would you want to spend $13 for a colored display?
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