AstroAI Pencil Tire Pressure Gauge (10-75PSI) Stainless Steel Body and Metal Made Nozzle
An Integrated Deflator Valve, Tire Pressure Gauge, Total Reliability, Astroai Pencil, A Tire 'S Valve Stem, Steel Components
Analysis of 100+ reviews for AstroAI Pencil Tire Pressure Gauge (10-75PSI) Stainless Steel Body and Metal Made Nozzle
BestViewsReviews analyzed 49,105 reviews for 60 products in the Tire Repair Tools category.
We analyzed a total of 199 reviews for this product out of which, 165 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 76% reviews were positive while around 20% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for AstroAI Pencil Tire Pressure Gauge (10-75PSI) Stainless Steel Body and Metal Made Nozzle
This product received a total score of 7.97 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:
Users of this product said
I will mention 2 things that give me pause, one of which is that these weigh less than the older pencil gauge, and certainly don't hurt accuracy.
I tested the two AstroAI Pencil Tire Pressure Gauges on three different cars and they both read the same value, so they are precise.
I was surprised to find that all 4 of the gauges were correct when I checked against that 40 PSI.
I have had digital pressure gauges that seem fancy, but I just want to know the pressure in my tire so I can fill it with air, and this style has worked, and I am glad I got them and threw away my old one.
I expected these to be worse than the last couple of cheap ones I picked up at Walmart, but they turned out better than I anticipated.
Question & Answers
What are the components of the head and barrel of stainless steel?
You buy a new one if the tire gauge stops working, because it's a cheap one and will last just as long.
Is it possible to use this as a pipe when my mom goes out of town?
You just need to make the tubing hollow by removing the white middle sliding component.
Does the moving part need periodic lubrication? What kind of lubricant should be used to apply the part?
I would recommend no more lubrication as the gauge relies on air pressure to read accurately.
Is it normal for there to be sticky oil on the measurement stick?
I have used this brand of air pressure gauge for over 6 months and, after opening at least 25-30 new ones, have never come across any oil/sticky stuff on the sliding white portion.
Where did this gauge come from?
We sell and ship this product from Amazon or from our CA office, but we are not authorized to sell it on Amazon with official verification.