reviewed by: rcbrjohnston
Ordered one of these to keep track of pressure on the Mukluk. Works great. Very repeatable readings. The first one I got was put of calibration, but you could see that it had been damaged at some point before it was packaged , but Tree Fort service was excellent, and sent me a new one ASAP with just one little phone call. This was my first order from Tree Fort, but you can bet that they are on my short list or on-line merchants for bike stuff from here on out, plus they are right here in Michigan!
reviewed by: sdlundbe2174
This is the gauge I was looking for! It is a well made gauge with nice brass fittings, a bleeder to remove air from the tire, and a large easy to read gauge (2 inch diameter). It also has increments of 1 psi on the gauge face to make for a precise check of what is in the tire. It fits the presta valve nicely and does not seem to leak air when held down. Once removed from the presta it also holds the reading, but it does bleed down slowly.
This product is ideal for low pressure tires less than 30 psi. It is also good if you want to know exactly what psi you have in each tire, not close to what psi is in each.
As for the accuracy I compared the reading from an auto gauge and this gauge was about 3.5 psi lower. I think my auto gauge is correct but just make sure you have a comparison to your old gauge so you can inflate the tires to your preferred pressure.
reviewed by: A Guest
I like this gauge for dialing in low MB pressure
Just be careful with the pressure. I blew mine out and am ordering a new one after putting it on my granddaughter's tire- which had 40 lbs in it.
reviewed by: fixed1313
Bought this gauge for my Fat Bike tires and I could not be happier. I was using another brand (SKS) of digital gauge that I paid about $30 for and this one is so much easier to use. The "air bleed" feature is handy and the dial is easy to read. I compared the the gauges along with another much older digital gauge I had around and they all read the same so I would say the accuracy is good.
reviewed by: bradseymour1
What a great gauge to have around. Accurate tire pressure being important to the performance of your bike, it's great to know your tires have been inflated to the same pressure every time. Easy to use and read, this is a great gauge.
reviewed by: A Guest
This thing is very accurate and easy to read and it isn't to big. Fat Bike friendly!
reviewed by: anonymous
This is a great gauge. It's accurate, very affordable, and Tree Fort Bikes had the best price. This review is for the 0 - 30 PSI gauge. I use it for precisely setting my mountain bike tires. I weigh 185 pounds and set my 29 inch tires at 21 PSI. My wife rides 27.5 inch mountain wheels so rides 19 - 20 PSI. Yes, we both run tubeless. This is the perfect gauge for such an application.
It's possible to use this gauge for fatbike pressures too (i.e., 4 - 7 PSI) but ... I simply could not help myself, I bought the 0 - 15 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.
reviewed by: rhs...@gm...l.com
Worked great for a while and it still reads accurately the readings are not held on the dial. Never dropped or over pressured, only used on my fat tire bike 10lbs or less.