I bought two of these on sale, they're both accurate, but getting a proper reading is sometimes difficult because the gauge must be perfectly parallel to the valve face to get a good seal. Otherwise you get a big blast of air released and a zero reading. The Craftsman Programmable gauge is much easier to use and as accurate.
It is easy to use and accurate! But its replacement warranty was not honored. Sears said please contact the manufacturer, and when I sent the item with receipt to the manufacturer they did not do anything. The manufacturer is "Measurement Specialties Inc" in Virginia.
wish i didn't have to pick this up from the auto center. a lot harder than picking this up from the pick up center for online order.
Accurate is more appropriate if you need to describe this tire gauge because I checked my tires after they were serviced and the readings agreed with my vehicles stats as well as the Service techs top of the line gauge.
easy to use, can't beat the price. More accurate than the analog one. Would recommend it to even grandma or someone don't even know anything about tires!
It has a large display and is very easy to read. Because the brand name is Accutire, I believe the reading is accurate. The readings are in 0.5 psi increments. No more moving parts and messed up readings. This product is nothing fancy, but very practical and handy.
I've had one of these over 5 years and it still works like new! They are so handy to have if you ever need to stop at the gas station for air. Quick, simple, easy, accurate. What more can you want? I now have one in every vehicle. Makes a great gift!
I bought this to keep an accurate check on the tire pressure on my cars and motorcycle. It works just as advertised. I check my car tires on the first of every month as a habit, and my motorcycle every time before I ride it. With the cold weather upon us, and affecting tire pressures, I usually check the car tires especially after a severe cold snap. Have found this very useful and easy to use. Would recommend, and have bought one for my son for a Christmas gidt--to check his vehicles.