Valve-Loc Pencil Tire Pressure Gauge (2-Pack) 10-50 PSI / kPA
Two Pencil Tire Pressure Gauges, All Purpose Air Pressure Gauge, 4 Black Stem Caps, Accurate Reading, A Quick , Factory Tire Inflation Requirements
Analysis of 100+ reviews for Valve-Loc Pencil Tire Pressure Gauge (2-Pack) 10-50 PSI / kPA
BestViewsReviews analyzed 49,105 reviews for 60 products in the Tire Repair Tools category.
We analyzed a total of 106 reviews for this product out of which, 95 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 76% reviews were positive while around 19% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Valve-Loc Pencil Tire Pressure Gauge (2-Pack) 10-50 PSI / kPA
This product received a total score of 7.76 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:
Users of this product said
I'm happy that these tire pressure gauges have some heft to them, unlike the flimsy plastic ones that are so common. One time, I had a flimsy plastic gauge shatter while I was checking tire pressure, and pieces hit the lens of the protective eye wear.
I was able to handle the problem quickly because my maintenance light came on, which was a great buy for me.
I am not sure if the accuracy is good as I had no way to check it, but I used this little gauge to make sure the tire pressure was good, and it saved me from going to the gas pump.
Sometimes I have to keep extras handy. It's a little thing but it means a lot.
These are some of the classics from my childhood. Good quality and function.
Question & Answers
I want to know what is meant by "stainless steel body?" I received a letter from someone saying that I should make my own body and the main body with a plastic that would be against the metal clip.
We're sorry that there seems to be confusion, but we recommend that you research the qualities of stainless steel.
Is the measurement rod exposed to pressure reading after it is removed from the stem?
Yes, thanks for your question!
Is it made in the United States?
The valve-lock is manufactured in the U.S. and is made in China.
I want at least 110psi max and 15psi min, what pressure range does this gauge measure?
It's clear in the image of the package that it's 10-50 PSI. Don't you just get tired of people who don't read the fine print on the package?
Is it possible to use these on bicycle tires without buying adaptors?
It's not for bicycles and will only fit 50psi tires, so that's not useful in the description.