- Product Dimensions: 3 x 0.5 x 6 inches ; 3 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
- ASIN: B000JKB3JS
- Item model number: 44444
TireCheck is a valve cap that indicates tire pressure on practically all cars, SUVs, light trucks, and motorcycles. Because they replace your current standard valve caps, you do not have to fumble for a gauge or even bend more than to check your tire pressure! A single size fits all vehicles and provides correct readings that will register a pressure loss of two-three psi or additional. TireCheck also helps improve road handling, raise fuel economy, and extend tire life by keeping you regularly updated on the status of your tire pressure. WHY USE TireCheck? Tire pressure conditions are a vital safety element in decreasing accidents and casualties. Recent attention to the importance of right tire pressure have subsequently lead to laws requiring new vehicles to be equipped with tire pressure monitors. HOW WILL I KNOW WHEN MY TIRE PRESSURE DROPS? When you are fantastic to go, the indicator in the clear plastic-sight glass will be completely green. Even so, if tire pressure drops 2-3 psi, a red indicator will seem, letting you know to check up on your tires.
- Replaces current standard valve caps
- One size fits all - 20-42 psi
- Red indicator show pressure loss of two-three psi or way more
- Enhances road handling, increases economic climate, extends tire life
- Sold in sets of four (4)
I was a little skeptical about these from some of the other reviews that stated these valves were fragile.
You know what, they work great! They have been on my car thru rain, snow, and ice and so do not appear fragile at all. It is somewhat reassuring to know that when my low tire indicator "idiot light" lights up on my dash I can merely have a look at my fancy valve stem caps and know which tire is low.
Great product that certainly saves me time guessing which tire is low, which tire is getting low, and which tire to fill.
These are much more practical than the little dice valve stem caps I had on a custom van years ago...hopefully, these won't get stolen like those did.