|Reader Unit||Digital LED display|
|Chuck Type||Clip on|
|Max. Inflation||145psi / 1,000 kPa / 10 Bar / 10 kgf|
|Scale||psi / kPa / Bar / kgf|
|Inlet Size||1/4" NPT / BSP female|
|Accuracy||+/-2 psi @ 25 - 75psi
(exceeds EC Directives 86/217)
|Dimension(mm)||305 x 160 x 110|
|Operation||inflate, deflate, measure|
|Max. Airline Pressure||145psi / 1,000 kPa / 10 Bar / 10 kgf|
|Deflation Valve||Seperated button|
|Powered by||2 x AAA (included)|
Hanging hook for better storage
2 x AAA batteries included
Why Do You Need Tire Gauge?
Modern motoring is expensive, and saving money is a priority. By using a high-quality pressure gauge you can do just that, because making sure your tyres are correctly inflated means you can get more miles per gallon and ensure they last longer. You’ll also be safer; the right pressures optimize braking and handling.
Having your own gauge is a good idea, because those in petrol stations are often abused and inaccurate. Check your handbook or sticker on the car – usually on a door pillar or the fuel-filler flap – to make sure you’re inflating correctly.