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JACO ElitePro Tire Pressure Gauge

Longer Lasting Tires, Our Durable Shock Resistant Gear Style Protective Guard, 100 Psi Single Increment Scale, Precision Tire Pressure Readings, A Smoother Car Driving Experience

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BVR Rating 499 reviews

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Analysis of 400+ reviews for JACO ElitePro Tire Pressure Gauge

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BestViewsReviews analyzed 20,844 reviews for 26 products in the Analog Tire Pressure Gauges category.

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We analyzed a total of 499 reviews for this product out of which, 353 reviews were received in the last 6 months.

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The analysis indicates that around 100% reviews were positive while around 0% of reviews had negative sentiment.

BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for JACO ElitePro Tire Pressure Gauge

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This product received a total score of 9.82 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:

  • Accuracy
  • Build quality
  • Customer support
  • Design
  • Easy to read
  • Easy to use
  • Overall satisfaction
  • Value for money
  • Question & Answers

    Q:

    Does this gauge hold the pressure reading on the dial after removing the tire valve?

    A:

    I've measured 60# on the temp spare, by chance not reset it, and when I next used the gauge several days later it was still the same.

    Q:

    Where did it originate?

    A:

    The box is made in China and appears good, although it says it's made in China.

    Q:

    Is it possible to deflate excess pressure with it?

    A:

    Press and hold until the pressure reaches your desired psi, then you can reset the dial.

    Q:

    Is the gauge made from brass?

    A:

    Yes. The housing of the gauge is made of brass, the chuck is made of brass, and the bezel and body are made of steel.

    Q:

    What is the pressure on my Lexus rx350 2007 year?

    A:

    Yes. Almost all US vehicles have a sticker on the driver side door frame stating the precise air pressure for front and rear tires, but do not go by it.

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