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- ASIN: B00139YMUQ
- Item model number: MN-12279
By : Michelin
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Price : $15.99
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The Michelin Digital Programmable Tire Gauge tends to make finding an accurate pressure reading rapid and effortless. Its significant digital display is easy to read, and features .1 PSI resolution for accurate inflation. The on-board LED light makes checking tire pressure at night a snap. What is alot more, this gauge also allows you to program desired front and rear tire pressure readings for fast comparison.
- Programmable Tire Gauge with White LED flashlight and storage pouch
- Display resolution is .1 PSI
- System front and rear desired tire pressure--gauge remembers the desired setting
- Rubberized soft grip and die cast rugged housing
- Gauge accuracy is +/- 1% plus .5 PSI
This digital tire gauge is made by Accutire and is the same as their model MS 4751WC. I purchased this gauge because it is the only one I have found that measures to the Tenth of a pound. I do not like gauges that measure to a half of pound, rounding up or down. The Michelin has a nice feel in your hand and the dial is large and easy to read, even when it is dark, due to the illumination. I compared it to other quality gauges and found it to be very accurate. it comes in a very nice zippered case. If you want an accurate, easy to use and read gauge this is the one.
-Easy to read display
-Led flashlight could be useful
-Kinda complicated to use for such a simple use
-Difficult to attach without leaking air
I pulled this out of the box turned it on and used it...No reading came up on the display. Hit some more buttons and tried again...No reading! I then had to read the instructions. It has a good sturdy feel, a nice case, but a little complicated to use to just take a tire pressure reading.
I used this on a couple of different cars once I got it to work. I found it required a bunch of pressure to take a reading without leaking air. And in two cases I had to add more air in tires that would have read properly if I would have gotten a good seal.
This is the most expensive digital tire pressure gauge I have ever owned...And so far it only gets an average rating from me.