15psi Presta-Valve Dial Gauge with Pressure Relief
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This gauge features an extra-low 15psi range ideal for 5" fat bike tires where the smallest variation of pressure has a large impact on ride quality and traction, for when you're trying to figure out whether 8.25 or 8.5psi is the best jam for the softest conditions
Meiser Pressure Gauges feature a durable steel case with polished brass bezel and 2" dial.
Compact design fits easily into handlebar or seat packs
Helps to fine tune tire pressure for the ultimate in performance
Every gauge is tested for accuracy to within .25% of the scale
5.0 GEARS 2 reviews
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This is a great gauge. It's accurate, very affordable, and Tree Fort Bikes had the best price. This review is for the 0 - 15 PSI gauge. I use it for precisely setting my fatbike tires. I weigh 185 pounds and set my 26 inch tires at 5 PSI. Yes, tubeless. This is the perfect gauge for such an application.
I simply could not help myself, I bought the 0 - 30 PSI gauge as well (i.e., just to make sure my precision is within specifications for my obsession).
IF the gauge housings were different colors I could tell them apart... but wait, ... this is actually perfect as it allows me to wrap the brass casing in colored electrical tape. White for low pressure fatbike (snow), Black for low/medium pressure mtn bike (dirt), Red for higher pressure faster rolling gravel & road (zoom zoom zoom).
Also, the entire TFB team went above and beyond the call of duty to get me the gauges. They are simply fantastic.
Ok so i love fat biking so much! Riding 4.8 tires is super fun!! However if you don't have a gauge to measure the air pressure you may not get the ride you are looking for. Purchased this gauge and love how easy it is to use. The blow off valve is super easy and the gauge reads pretty darn easy.
If you have a fat bike you need this gauge as you don't really go over 10psi. This gauge goes from 0-15 so it is pretty much a fat tire only gauge.