Pro Digital Tire Gauge 0-50 psi
- Will also read in: (See instruction sheet for toggle function)
- KG/CM (Kilogram-force per square centimeter)
- kPa (kilo pascal)
JEGS digital tire gauges eliminate the guesswork involved when trying to read incremental pressure ratings on dial face tire gauges.
High Accuracy Digital Tire Inflator/Gauge
This tire inflator gauge reads 0-150 PSI in 0.1 increments. The hose with chuck is 15.75" long. Features light and unit functions, a push button pressure relief valve, LCD digital screen with scratch resistant lens and rubber impact protective cover.
Pro Digital Tire Gauge
This gauge reads 0-50 PSI in 0.1 increments. It features on/off and re-zero functions, an 18" hose with a 45° chuck, a push button pressure relief valve, a 1-7/8" backlit LCD, a shockproof cover and a storage case. Accurate to +/- 0.5%.
Standard Digital Tire Gauge
This gauge reads 3-100 PSI in half-pound increments. Features an auto off function, a push button pressure release valve, a 1" LCD, and a shockproof cover.
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