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TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV

TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV

TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
TireTek Motorcycle Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 PSI - Tire Gauge with Flexible Air Chuck and ANSI B40.1 Accuracy for Motorcycle, Bike, ATV, Car and SUV
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Features

  • RECOMMENDED BY MECHANICS - Steel in construction with an extended 5mm chuck tip so you get a great seal with no air leakage. This automotive tool is robust, durable, is surrounded by a rubber cover so it is protected from drops and has a reinforced rubber hose. Superior in quality, it will not let you down.
  • EASY TO USE - With a 360 degree angled rotating nozzle, enabling you to take a reading from a tire valve at any angle. The large easy to read scale and pressure holding function that keeps the reading on the gauge even after it has been taken off the valve, makes it perfect for any car, suv, rv, atv, truck, bike or motorcycle.
  • NO BATTERIES REQUIRED - This top rated, reliable, professional tire monitoring system is easy to use and will work in all weather conditions. An ideal automotive accessory.
  • MAKE SURE YOU HAVE CORRECT TIRE PRESSURES This mechanical tire gauge is calibrated to ANSI B40.1 Grade B (2%) international accuracy standard to ensure you get an accurate reading. In addition it features an integrated bleed button for precise tire pressure adjustment of over inflated tires.
  • SAVE MONEY ON FUEL And keep your family safe. An excellent gift for men or women, ideal for birthdays or Christmas. The best auto device buy in confidence today and get our 100% lifetime satisfaction guarantee.

Description

Why buy the TireTek Flexi-Pro Professional Tire Pressure Gauge? MEASUREMENT RANGE OF 0-60 PSI - perfect for reading tire pressure for any car, truck, suv, bicycle or motorcycle LARGE & EASY-TO-READ 2 INCH HIGH-CONTRAST DIAL - clearer, more accurate display 360 DEGREE SWIVEL CHUCK - so the dial can be read easily at any angle or position REINFORCED RUBBER HOSE - no air leakage, accurate readings, heavy duty air pressure gauge and built to last FREE PROTECTIVE CARRYING CASE - helps you stay organized and protects your tire gauge from drops and knocks INTEGRATED BLEED VALVE - this easy button allows for precise tire pressure adjustments for overinflated tires RELIABLE MECHANICAL GAUGE - dependable and accurate pressure readings for years without any batteries! Why TireTek? TireTek is a quality automotive accessories brand specializing in calibrated mechanical tire pressure gauges and inflators 100% certified to ANSI B40.1 accuracy standards. We are the trusted choice for any passenger vehicle, car, truck, bicycle or motorcycle. Benefits of using the TireTek Flexi-Pro Car Tire Pressure Gauge: SAVE MONEY ON TIRES - preventing over/under inflation dramatically reduces tire wear extending the life of your tires SAVE MONEY ON FUEL - maintaining your tires at the correct air pressure can save you money at the gas pump BETTER HANDLING - regular tire pressure monitoring is not only easy but ensures optimum vehicle performance especially in the case of an emergency KEEP YOUR FAMILY SAFE - low pressure / under inflated tires are the most common cause of tire failure. Proper tire inflation means all occupants are safer in your vehicle. Buy your Tire Pressure Gauge today with confidence knowing your tire gauge comes with a LIFETIME PRODUCT WARRANTY (yes really!) Sold exclusively by OdyseaCo


Manufacturer TireTek


Brand TireTek


Item Weight 7.2 ounces


Package Dimensions 7.6 x 4.4 x 1.7 inches


Item model number TT-GH01-QBR2


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number TT-GH01-QBR2


Folding No


Special Features Cyber Monday, Black Friday, Christmas present


ASIN B00XPL88NC


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 1,552 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #8,617 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #51 in Analog Tire Pressure Gauges #155 in Tire Repair Tools


Date First Available May 15, 2015


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Features

  • RECOMMENDED BY MECHANICS - Steel in construction with an extended 5mm chuck tip so you get a great seal with no air leakage. This automotive tool is robust, durable, is surrounded by a rubber cover so it is protected from drops and has a reinforced rubber hose. Superior in quality, it will not let you down.
  • EASY TO USE - With a 360 degree angled rotating nozzle, enabling you to take a reading from a tire valve at any angle. The large easy to read scale and pressure holding function that keeps the reading on the gauge even after it has been taken off the valve, makes it perfect for any car, suv, rv, atv, truck, bike or motorcycle.
  • NO BATTERIES REQUIRED - This top rated, reliable, professional tire monitoring system is easy to use and will work in all weather conditions. An ideal automotive accessory.
  • MAKE SURE YOU HAVE CORRECT TIRE PRESSURES This mechanical tire gauge is calibrated to ANSI B40.1 Grade B (2%) international accuracy standard to ensure you get an accurate reading. In addition it features an integrated bleed button for precise tire pressure adjustment of over inflated tires.
  • SAVE MONEY ON FUEL And keep your family safe. An excellent gift for men or women, ideal for birthdays or Christmas. The best auto device buy in confidence today and get our 100% lifetime satisfaction guarantee.

Description

Why buy the TireTek Flexi-Pro Professional Tire Pressure Gauge? MEASUREMENT RANGE OF 0-60 PSI - perfect for reading tire pressure for any car, truck, suv, bicycle or motorcycle LARGE & EASY-TO-READ 2 INCH HIGH-CONTRAST DIAL - clearer, more accurate display 360 DEGREE SWIVEL CHUCK - so the dial can be read easily at any angle or position REINFORCED RUBBER HOSE - no air leakage, accurate readings, heavy duty air pressure gauge and built to last FREE PROTECTIVE CARRYING CASE - helps you stay organized and protects your tire gauge from drops and knocks INTEGRATED BLEED VALVE - this easy button allows for precise tire pressure adjustments for overinflated tires RELIABLE MECHANICAL GAUGE - dependable and accurate pressure readings for years without any batteries! Why TireTek? TireTek is a quality automotive accessories brand specializing in calibrated mechanical tire pressure gauges and inflators 100% certified to ANSI B40.1 accuracy standards. We are the trusted choice for any passenger vehicle, car, truck, bicycle or motorcycle. Benefits of using the TireTek Flexi-Pro Car Tire Pressure Gauge: SAVE MONEY ON TIRES - preventing over/under inflation dramatically reduces tire wear extending the life of your tires SAVE MONEY ON FUEL - maintaining your tires at the correct air pressure can save you money at the gas pump BETTER HANDLING - regular tire pressure monitoring is not only easy but ensures optimum vehicle performance especially in the case of an emergency KEEP YOUR FAMILY SAFE - low pressure / under inflated tires are the most common cause of tire failure. Proper tire inflation means all occupants are safer in your vehicle. Buy your Tire Pressure Gauge today with confidence knowing your tire gauge comes with a LIFETIME PRODUCT WARRANTY (yes really!) Sold exclusively by OdyseaCo


Manufacturer TireTek


Brand TireTek


Item Weight 7.2 ounces


Package Dimensions 7.6 x 4.4 x 1.7 inches


Item model number TT-GH01-QBR2


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number TT-GH01-QBR2


Folding No


Special Features Cyber Monday, Black Friday, Christmas present


ASIN B00XPL88NC


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 1,552 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #8,617 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #51 in Analog Tire Pressure Gauges #155 in Tire Repair Tools


Date First Available May 15, 2015


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • RECOMMENDED BY MECHANICS - Steel in construction with an extended 5mm chuck tip so you get a great seal with no air leakage. This automotive tool is robust, durable, is surrounded by a rubber cover so it is protected from drops and has a reinforced rubber hose. Superior in quality, it will not let you down.
  • EASY TO USE - With a 360 degree angled rotating nozzle, enabling you to take a reading from a tire valve at any angle. The large easy to read scale and pressure holding function that keeps the reading on the gauge even after it has been taken off the valve, makes it perfect for any car, suv, rv, atv, truck, bike or motorcycle.
  • NO BATTERIES REQUIRED - This top rated, reliable, professional tire monitoring system is easy to use and will work in all weather conditions. An ideal automotive accessory.
  • MAKE SURE YOU HAVE CORRECT TIRE PRESSURES This mechanical tire gauge is calibrated to ANSI B40.1 Grade B (2%) international accuracy standard to ensure you get an accurate reading. In addition it features an integrated bleed button for precise tire pressure adjustment of over inflated tires.
  • SAVE MONEY ON FUEL And keep your family safe. An excellent gift for men or women, ideal for birthdays or Christmas. The best auto device buy in confidence today and get our 100% lifetime satisfaction guarantee.

Description

Why buy the TireTek Flexi-Pro Professional Tire Pressure Gauge? MEASUREMENT RANGE OF 0-60 PSI - perfect for reading tire pressure for any car, truck, suv, bicycle or motorcycle LARGE & EASY-TO-READ 2 INCH HIGH-CONTRAST DIAL - clearer, more accurate display 360 DEGREE SWIVEL CHUCK - so the dial can be read easily at any angle or position REINFORCED RUBBER HOSE - no air leakage, accurate readings, heavy duty air pressure gauge and built to last FREE PROTECTIVE CARRYING CASE - helps you stay organized and protects your tire gauge from drops and knocks INTEGRATED BLEED VALVE - this easy button allows for precise tire pressure adjustments for overinflated tires RELIABLE MECHANICAL GAUGE - dependable and accurate pressure readings for years without any batteries! Why TireTek? TireTek is a quality automotive accessories brand specializing in calibrated mechanical tire pressure gauges and inflators 100% certified to ANSI B40.1 accuracy standards. We are the trusted choice for any passenger vehicle, car, truck, bicycle or motorcycle. Benefits of using the TireTek Flexi-Pro Car Tire Pressure Gauge: SAVE MONEY ON TIRES - preventing over/under inflation dramatically reduces tire wear extending the life of your tires SAVE MONEY ON FUEL - maintaining your tires at the correct air pressure can save you money at the gas pump BETTER HANDLING - regular tire pressure monitoring is not only easy but ensures optimum vehicle performance especially in the case of an emergency KEEP YOUR FAMILY SAFE - low pressure / under inflated tires are the most common cause of tire failure. Proper tire inflation means all occupants are safer in your vehicle. Buy your Tire Pressure Gauge today with confidence knowing your tire gauge comes with a LIFETIME PRODUCT WARRANTY (yes really!) Sold exclusively by OdyseaCo


Manufacturer TireTek


Brand TireTek


Item Weight 7.2 ounces


Package Dimensions 7.6 x 4.4 x 1.7 inches


Item model number TT-GH01-QBR2


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number TT-GH01-QBR2


Folding No


Special Features Cyber Monday, Black Friday, Christmas present


ASIN B00XPL88NC


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 1,552 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #8,617 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #51 in Analog Tire Pressure Gauges #155 in Tire Repair Tools


Date First Available May 15, 2015


abunda_amazon_reviews This gauge is OUTSTANDING. PRO: - It has a reinforced rubber hose between the gauge and the valve that is long enough to reach into any tire rim, and heavy-duty enough that it won't kink, twist, or wear out quickly; - gauge has a large white dial that is easy to read, even for those of us who never try to look at anything within arm's length without glasses; - it holds the reading, locking it on the gauge, until you press the pressure bleed button on the release valve; - the gauge is reinforced with heavy rubber, making it impervious to damage from accidental dropping or banging against a rim; - NO BATTERIES (I can't tell you how many digital gauges I have thrown away because the batteries were not replaceable, or simply died due to age - usually right when I needed to use the gauge); - accurate (calibrated to ANSI B40.1 Grade B, which is the standard used by Consumer Reports when they test tire pressure gauges) - 0 to 60 psi reading - my kids' bicycles have higher-pressure tires, and this gauge reads their pressures without difficulty; CON: - the free "car care guide" seems a wee bit simplistic, and contains nothing most people don't already know; - there is nothing on the gauge that tells me where it was manufactured, but it is getting difficult to find anything not made in China these days; - not fluid-filled (I am not sure this is necessarily bad, but my racing friends tell me fluid-filled gauges are smoother in operation. That said, I have NO idea what "fluid" is used on such gauges, and anyone living in the north who stores their gauge in a car's trunk or glove box probably would be upset if they needed to use the gauge and found it frozen - or worse).;;Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2015;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;OUTSTANDING heavy-duty tire gauge that works flawlessly and is well-worth the cost!;;J. Arrington;;;There ought to be a law about selling inaccurate junk... I hunted high and low for an accurate tire pressure gauge at many stores, but after having purchased several models all I was able to get was cheaply made inaccurate junk. I had to get on Amazon and buy the TireTek Flexi-Pro before I was able to find a tire gauge that was calibrated and accurate... So I bought 2 of these - one for each of my cars. Having compared them, I found that they are within 1/2 psi of each other, which is very good. I also found that I have been over-inflating my tires by about 7 psi for years because I was relying on a supposedly accurate store bought pencil tire gauge, and the tire wear patterns are consistent with moderate over-inflation. I've only had the TireTek gauges for a day, so I can't say how long they will hold their accuracy, but as of now, they are excellent. My only criticism is they should have a pin in the back of the "connector" so you can release air from the tire.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;There ought to be a law...;;Dennis S.;;;I purchased this in 2016 to replace the cheap pen style tire gauges I had been using. I was looking for something more accurate, reliable, & easy to use. The external build quality seems pretty good but the internals are apparently subpar. I noticed that when I used it to set tire pressure that the electronic tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) on my vehicle always read several PSI higher. I initially attributed that to the TPMS being less precise. Over time, however, I became increasingly suspicious as it seemed like this gauge has actually gotten worse. I started comparing my TPMS readings with some cheap pen gauge readings and there were within +/-1 PSI while this gauge was overfilling 5-6 PSI for the same reading. At this point I have concluded it is/was worthless as it cannot be trusted to perform its singular purpose with any accuracy. I recommend that you keep looking if you are in the market for a gauge you can trust.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Not even close to accurate;;Plum Crazy;;;I has one with similar build from the other brand and I wanted to try a different brand. I was confused at first because this one reads 3psi lower than my first gauge. Luckily I found the digital Accutire and I confirmed this one is not working properly. 3PSI is more than the acceptable error at 3% or 1.8 PSI. This one was sent back.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2017;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Not tested or calibrated;;T. Tran;;;After purchasing this item and Joe's Racing model 32307, I've found that I prefer this one. Readings on Joe's and the TireTek are within about 1/2 lb of each other, so I have to assume that each is relatively accurate. I prefer the TireTek because the hose swivels on both ends (while Joe's only swivels on the chuck end), which makes it much easier to get a reading no matter where the valve is located on each tire; also, despite another reviewer's feeling that the dial on the TireTek is "upside-down," having the gauge face oriented so that the hose exits the gauge away from the user makes a lot more sense to me. Assuming you're right-handed, you naturally use your right hand to place the chuck onto the tire valve, while holding the gauge itself in the palm of your left hand. The reset/bleeder button is permanently oriented so that it can be easily operated with your left thumb while holding the gauge in this manner. If you're left-handed, the button can be operated with your right index finger while holding the gauge in your right hand. It's not quite as natural, but definitely not difficult. Another benefit is that, unlike Joe's, on the TireTek the reading is held after removing the chuck from the tire valve until the button is pressed. The only slight negative I can come up with is that the gauge reading seems to start just a little high (about 1/2 lb or less), coming down to a more stable reading after a couple seconds. However, this doesn't seem like it would be much of an issue unless you're using it in a pit stop at a racetrack (which seems to be the main design goal of Joe's). The angle chuck on Joe's may be slightly easier to use than the ball chuck on the TireTek, but Joe's chuck tends to let more air out of the tire upon removal, where the TireTek releases essentially none. Overall excellent product.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2015;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Prefer over Joe's Racing 32307;;R. LaPorte

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By J. Arrington - Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2015
OUTSTANDING heavy-duty tire gauge that works flawlessly and is well-worth the cost!
This gauge is OUTSTANDING. PRO: - It has a reinforced rubber hose between the gauge and the valve that is long enough to reach into any tire rim, and heavy-duty enough that it won't kink, twist, or wear out quickly; - gauge has a large white dial that is easy to read, even for those of us who never try to look at anything within arm's length without glasses; - it holds the reading, locking it on the gauge, until you press the pressure bleed button on the release valve; - the gauge is reinforced with heavy rubber, making it impervious to damage from accidental dropping or banging against a rim; - NO BATTERIES (I can't tell you how many digital gauges I have thrown away because the batteries were not replaceable, or simply died due to age - usually right when I needed to use the gauge); - accurate (calibrated to ANSI B40.1 Grade B, which is the standard used by Consumer Reports when they test tire pressure gauges) - 0 to 60 psi reading - my kids' bicycles have higher-pressure tires, and this gauge reads their pressures without difficulty; CON: - the free "car care guide" seems a wee bit simplistic, and contains nothing most people don't already know; - there is nothing on the gauge that tells me where it was manufactured, but it is getting difficult to find anything not made in China these days; - not fluid-filled (I am not sure this is necessarily bad, but my racing friends tell me fluid-filled gauges are smoother in operation. That said, I have NO idea what "fluid" is used on such gauges, and anyone living in the north who stores their gauge in a car's trunk or glove box probably would be upset if they needed to use the gauge and found it frozen - or worse).

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dennis S. - Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2016
There ought to be a law...
There ought to be a law about selling inaccurate junk... I hunted high and low for an accurate tire pressure gauge at many stores, but after having purchased several models all I was able to get was cheaply made inaccurate junk. I had to get on Amazon and buy the TireTek Flexi-Pro before I was able to find a tire gauge that was calibrated and accurate... So I bought 2 of these - one for each of my cars. Having compared them, I found that they are within 1/2 psi of each other, which is very good. I also found that I have been over-inflating my tires by about 7 psi for years because I was relying on a supposedly accurate store bought pencil tire gauge, and the tire wear patterns are consistent with moderate over-inflation. I've only had the TireTek gauges for a day, so I can't say how long they will hold their accuracy, but as of now, they are excellent. My only criticism is they should have a pin in the back of the "connector" so you can release air from the tire.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Plum Crazy - Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2018
Not even close to accurate
I purchased this in 2016 to replace the cheap pen style tire gauges I had been using. I was looking for something more accurate, reliable, & easy to use. The external build quality seems pretty good but the internals are apparently subpar. I noticed that when I used it to set tire pressure that the electronic tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) on my vehicle always read several PSI higher. I initially attributed that to the TPMS being less precise. Over time, however, I became increasingly suspicious as it seemed like this gauge has actually gotten worse. I started comparing my TPMS readings with some cheap pen gauge readings and there were within +/-1 PSI while this gauge was overfilling 5-6 PSI for the same reading. At this point I have concluded it is/was worthless as it cannot be trusted to perform its singular purpose with any accuracy. I recommend that you keep looking if you are in the market for a gauge you can trust.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By T. Tran - Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2017
Not tested or calibrated
I has one with similar build from the other brand and I wanted to try a different brand. I was confused at first because this one reads 3psi lower than my first gauge. Luckily I found the digital Accutire and I confirmed this one is not working properly. 3PSI is more than the acceptable error at 3% or 1.8 PSI. This one was sent back.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By R. LaPorte - Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2015
Prefer over Joe's Racing 32307
After purchasing this item and Joe's Racing model 32307, I've found that I prefer this one. Readings on Joe's and the TireTek are within about 1/2 lb of each other, so I have to assume that each is relatively accurate. I prefer the TireTek because the hose swivels on both ends (while Joe's only swivels on the chuck end), which makes it much easier to get a reading no matter where the valve is located on each tire; also, despite another reviewer's feeling that the dial on the TireTek is "upside-down," having the gauge face oriented so that the hose exits the gauge away from the user makes a lot more sense to me. Assuming you're right-handed, you naturally use your right hand to place the chuck onto the tire valve, while holding the gauge itself in the palm of your left hand. The reset/bleeder button is permanently oriented so that it can be easily operated with your left thumb while holding the gauge in this manner. If you're left-handed, the button can be operated with your right index finger while holding the gauge in your right hand. It's not quite as natural, but definitely not difficult. Another benefit is that, unlike Joe's, on the TireTek the reading is held after removing the chuck from the tire valve until the button is pressed. The only slight negative I can come up with is that the gauge reading seems to start just a little high (about 1/2 lb or less), coming down to a more stable reading after a couple seconds. However, this doesn't seem like it would be much of an issue unless you're using it in a pit stop at a racetrack (which seems to be the main design goal of Joe's). The angle chuck on Joe's may be slightly easier to use than the ball chuck on the TireTek, but Joe's chuck tends to let more air out of the tire upon removal, where the TireTek releases essentially none. Overall excellent product.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By J. Arrington - Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2015
OUTSTANDING heavy-duty tire gauge that works flawlessly and is well-worth the cost!
This gauge is OUTSTANDING. PRO: - It has a reinforced rubber hose between the gauge and the valve that is long enough to reach into any tire rim, and heavy-duty enough that it won't kink, twist, or wear out quickly; - gauge has a large white dial that is easy to read, even for those of us who never try to look at anything within arm's length without glasses; - it holds the reading, locking it on the gauge, until you press the pressure bleed button on the release valve; - the gauge is reinforced with heavy rubber, making it impervious to damage from accidental dropping or banging against a rim; - NO BATTERIES (I can't tell you how many digital gauges I have thrown away because the batteries were not replaceable, or simply died due to age - usually right when I needed to use the gauge); - accurate (calibrated to ANSI B40.1 Grade B, which is the standard used by Consumer Reports when they test tire pressure gauges) - 0 to 60 psi reading - my kids' bicycles have higher-pressure tires, and this gauge reads their pressures without difficulty; CON: - the free "car care guide" seems a wee bit simplistic, and contains nothing most people don't already know; - there is nothing on the gauge that tells me where it was manufactured, but it is getting difficult to find anything not made in China these days; - not fluid-filled (I am not sure this is necessarily bad, but my racing friends tell me fluid-filled gauges are smoother in operation. That said, I have NO idea what "fluid" is used on such gauges, and anyone living in the north who stores their gauge in a car's trunk or glove box probably would be upset if they needed to use the gauge and found it frozen - or worse).

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dennis S. - Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2016
There ought to be a law...
There ought to be a law about selling inaccurate junk... I hunted high and low for an accurate tire pressure gauge at many stores, but after having purchased several models all I was able to get was cheaply made inaccurate junk. I had to get on Amazon and buy the TireTek Flexi-Pro before I was able to find a tire gauge that was calibrated and accurate... So I bought 2 of these - one for each of my cars. Having compared them, I found that they are within 1/2 psi of each other, which is very good. I also found that I have been over-inflating my tires by about 7 psi for years because I was relying on a supposedly accurate store bought pencil tire gauge, and the tire wear patterns are consistent with moderate over-inflation. I've only had the TireTek gauges for a day, so I can't say how long they will hold their accuracy, but as of now, they are excellent. My only criticism is they should have a pin in the back of the "connector" so you can release air from the tire.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Plum Crazy - Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2018
Not even close to accurate
I purchased this in 2016 to replace the cheap pen style tire gauges I had been using. I was looking for something more accurate, reliable, & easy to use. The external build quality seems pretty good but the internals are apparently subpar. I noticed that when I used it to set tire pressure that the electronic tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) on my vehicle always read several PSI higher. I initially attributed that to the TPMS being less precise. Over time, however, I became increasingly suspicious as it seemed like this gauge has actually gotten worse. I started comparing my TPMS readings with some cheap pen gauge readings and there were within +/-1 PSI while this gauge was overfilling 5-6 PSI for the same reading. At this point I have concluded it is/was worthless as it cannot be trusted to perform its singular purpose with any accuracy. I recommend that you keep looking if you are in the market for a gauge you can trust.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By T. Tran - Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2017
Not tested or calibrated
I has one with similar build from the other brand and I wanted to try a different brand. I was confused at first because this one reads 3psi lower than my first gauge. Luckily I found the digital Accutire and I confirmed this one is not working properly. 3PSI is more than the acceptable error at 3% or 1.8 PSI. This one was sent back.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By R. LaPorte - Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2015
Prefer over Joe's Racing 32307
After purchasing this item and Joe's Racing model 32307, I've found that I prefer this one. Readings on Joe's and the TireTek are within about 1/2 lb of each other, so I have to assume that each is relatively accurate. I prefer the TireTek because the hose swivels on both ends (while Joe's only swivels on the chuck end), which makes it much easier to get a reading no matter where the valve is located on each tire; also, despite another reviewer's feeling that the dial on the TireTek is "upside-down," having the gauge face oriented so that the hose exits the gauge away from the user makes a lot more sense to me. Assuming you're right-handed, you naturally use your right hand to place the chuck onto the tire valve, while holding the gauge itself in the palm of your left hand. The reset/bleeder button is permanently oriented so that it can be easily operated with your left thumb while holding the gauge in this manner. If you're left-handed, the button can be operated with your right index finger while holding the gauge in your right hand. It's not quite as natural, but definitely not difficult. Another benefit is that, unlike Joe's, on the TireTek the reading is held after removing the chuck from the tire valve until the button is pressed. The only slight negative I can come up with is that the gauge reading seems to start just a little high (about 1/2 lb or less), coming down to a more stable reading after a couple seconds. However, this doesn't seem like it would be much of an issue unless you're using it in a pit stop at a racetrack (which seems to be the main design goal of Joe's). The angle chuck on Joe's may be slightly easier to use than the ball chuck on the TireTek, but Joe's chuck tends to let more air out of the tire upon removal, where the TireTek releases essentially none. Overall excellent product.