RACE X RX0014 Tyre Pressure Gauge £6.99 inc delivery @ Motionperformance - Waxacar/Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Reduced from £10, best time to get one for the winter months.
Have won Auto Express best buy and product awards.

Measures in both PSI (from 0 to 60 psi) and BAR (0 - 4 bar).
Fitted with 45° angle chuck to allow easy connection to tyre valve.
GS/TUV Approved and ANSI Grade B accuracy (± 2% accuracy).
Features a release button to allow the pressure to be accurately read away from the car and then reset later.
Comes with protective plastic carrying case.
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#1
Also comes with a plastic carrying case.

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#2
Plastic carry case ... I'm in
2 Likes #3
After a recent hairy experience on a long journey, I have now been educated as to why checking tyre pressure regularly, and especially before long journeys, is important.

I've ordered this simply having read the reviews and understanding that normal inflators' gauges are often inaccurate.

My question is, would I now need to buy a separate inflator or simply head to the petrol station if I know tyres need filling?
1 Like #4
Thanks OP.
Nice big easy to read dial for oldies like me.
Ordered.
#5
Has it gone back up to £9.68 or is it a bad link?
1 Like #6
Price has gon
totmanuk
Has it gone back up to £9.68 or is it a bad link?

price has gone up - 8.99 from same seller.
1 Like #7
Stendhal
After a recent hairy experience on a long journey, I have now been educated as to why checking tyre pressure regularly, and especially before long journeys, is important.
I've ordered this simply having read the reviews and understanding that normal inflators' gauges are often inaccurate.
My question is, would I now need to buy a separate inflator or simply head to the petrol station if I know tyres need filling?
Of course you would need a separate inflator, personally I use a Draper 69924 gauge as it has a hose attached to help use it on fiddly connectors along with a Ring automotive RAC640 Inflator
#8
alfajerry
Thanks OP.
Nice big easy to read dial for oldies like me.
Ordered.
You're welcome. Gone up £2. Did anyone else purchase one for £6.99?
#9
Back down to £7.99.
1 Like #10
Thanks , got it for 7.99 :)

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