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OEM Tools Smart Tire Gauge

OEM Tools Smart Tire Gauge

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Measure your tire pressure quickly with the smart tire gauge from OEM tools. This programmable device stores tire pressure readings for up to four tires in a legible and intuitive layout Read More

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A community member
May 21, 2018
If you ask me, I'd go for Topeak D2 SmartGauge. As opposed to this, Topeak measures up to 250PSI, has support for both Presta and Schrader valves. It also has spinning head so you can easily measure from any angle. Only downside is no light, but I doubt that's too useful.
This tool can only be used on cars and bicycles with wide tires (low pressure).
Chewbacca
55
Sep 10, 2018
I doubt many people will need to read something over 100 PSI.
A community member
Sep 10, 2018
Your assumption is somewhat wrong. Road bikes with 23mm tires are inflated to 110PSI (7.5bar) and up. Ideally at 115PSI for best roll resistance. As the tire thickness goes down, optimal pressure goes up. Besides, tools should not be used close to their limits as that increases the risk of them being damaged. This tool is most likely aimed at car users or bikes with wider tires.
K_Aaron
1
Oct 5, 2018
Anyone else have theirs arrive pretty obviously used? I just got mine and it has signs of either use or gross mishandling, there are micro scratches no the screen,no battery saver in the battery compartment, and a small scratch going across the screen, otherthan that is appears to work fine and is pretty accurate
Storyteller7
0
Jan 21, 2019
Same here which is why I have returned to see if they are being sold as "reconditioned."
chaos8
2
May 19, 2018
I also would like to know the accuracy...
DarkNalel
44
May 21, 2018
Googling around I couldn't find it anywhere. I found the manual and it isn't in there either. If it was particularly good I'd think they would advertise it.
Tango48
17
Apr 20, 2018
What is the accuracy of this tire pressure gauge?
mymaestro
2
Jan 30, 2019
Mine consistently reads 1.5 - 2 PSI lower than the other gauges I have.
Punnyabrata
49
Apr 19, 2018
Just 2 people bought it & no discussion. Is this no good or better/cheaper stuff available out there? Is this same as Kincrome?
RayF
22323
Mar 19, 2019
Got this mixed up with my nose/ear hair trimmer one day and ruined two perfectly good valve stems before I realized what was going on! Sad, so unfair...
roamy360
102
Jan 2, 2019
This looks like a good tire pressure gauge but here is the problem. When the battery runs out you have to get a special button battery which may take a special trip to one or more stores. Why can't they make one that takes a AAA battery. I have an old model that takes 2 special button batteries. Guess what, it sits around unused because I don't have my tire gauge with me while shopping or forget to write down the battery number. They need to make this easy! I just use my old fashion analog gauge.
AUTigerFan
146
Jun 22, 2018
LED flashlight is useful when working at night, in a poorly lit garage, or on tires mounted on wheels with deep insets. Can’t tell you how frustrating it is to simultaneously handle a flashlight, pressure gauge, and inflator, particularly outdoors during an upper Midwest winter evening. Granted, i don’t know that is this a good value for a combo pressure gauge/flashlight.
Tompinky
1
Apr 19, 2018
Adding in shipping and tax here, it was cheaper on Amazon with Prime.