Rated 3 out of 5★ by 6reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by DMBM07 Great Product! Convenient and easy to use, even for my wife. We live in a fairly suburban/bedroom community and trying to find a place to get air in our tires that has a tire gauge available has become near impossible. And, unfortunately, the tire dealer I use is almost 25 miles away. I purchased one of these for each car and also a portable air compressor that plugs into the cigarette lighter so we always have access to air for our tires. I especially like the light feature on the gauge because we are night people and are often out driving in the dark! 04/09/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by kassabo Worked great...briefly I bought this gauge about two weeks ago. I used it the first day I bought it and was able to properly get my tires inflated for my truck. I tried using it tonight for my dads car and was able to get it to display the pressure in each tire. After I filled the tires, it wouldn't give a display so I couldn't tell if I got them properly inflated or not. It just kept displaying 0.00 each time I'd try to use it. Too bad because I was really excited after using it the first time. 12/15/2012
Rated 2 out of 5★ by CharlesBukowski Not consistent I've owned this tire gauge for a year. You need to take at least three readings and average those to get a reliable measurement. It needs to have a very good seal on the tire stem, but even then it's usually wrong by about 3 psi. There are much better pressure gauges in this price range. 01/15/2014
Rated 4 out of 5★ by N0tTheMomma Used it for four years before changing the battery The gauge has gone through two cars, a few winters in Moscow, a few summers in FL. The batteries finally gave out (small round type). I replaced them, but the backlight would no longer come on, even though the display works. If the next one lasts this long then I won't complain. 05/11/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by seaband not moisture proof Bought this gauge for my wife and her new car. Put it in a tool box in the trunk without even using it. Two months later decided to check the tire pressures with it. Unfortunately a bottle of window cleaner had fallen over in the trunk and leaked. Seems despite the gauge being in a tool box and the window cleaner outside the toolbox, it managed to collect enough moisture to short out the batteries and the device was dead with droplets of water covering the digital display. Never got to use it once. Think mechanical gauges are more robust. Never had a problem with the old stick kind, and they are lot cheaper. 01/04/2012