- Heavy duty construction and rugged design for long lasting use
- Angled head and rubber coated handle for easy gripping
- Large, easy-to-read LCD display
- Equipped with an automatic shut off to prevent deflation
- Accurate to within 0.5 PSI, reading air pressure from 5-150 PSI in 0.5 pound increments
The Accutire MS-4021B Standard Digital Tire Pressure Gauge features heavy-duty construction to withstand shifting around in your glove compartment. Designed to last, it has an angled head and rubber coated handle for easy gripping. The LCD display is large and easy to read. If you forget to turn the gauge off, don’t worry, it is equipped with automatic shut off. The tire gauge will read within 0.05 PSI. This digital gauge measures air pressure from 5-150 PSI in 0.5-pound increments.
Most helpful favorable review
Please ignore the other two users that gave this gauge only one star because it only read 28.5 psi. I find it amusing, but sad, that they didn’t realize that there was a protective sticker on the screen that read 28.5. If you peel off that protective sticker, then you get a nice, bright red backlit number displaying your true tire pressure. This gauge works great! The display is amazingly easy to read, and it is also simple to get a good reading.
Prior to owning this Accutire model, I had a 7 year old Accutire digital gauge that finally broke. WIth that old model, it was much harder to get a reading without air leaking out. With this new model, if you just push the gauge straight into the valve stem, you easily get a solid reading without leaking air. The old model’s display wasn’t backlit either, and I was truly impressed with the large, bright numbers on this new model. I’d highly recommend getting this gauge, as it has all the functionality you need, at a very reasonable price. I like having accuracy to 0.5 psi, and I never use non-digital gauges unless I have no other choice. I also tested this gauge with back-to-back measurements, and it was accurate every time. You won’t regret this purchase…
Most helpful critical review
While this product works fine, and is accurate, it uses (3) A76 watch batteries. That’s a lot of batteries. and the batteries generally only last about 6 months. I have to pay $2 ea for the batteries. Total $6 each time. That’s $12 a year. and the unit only cost $8.
Maybe a unit that uses lithium or other long-lasting batteries would be better.