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    Flaig pressure gauge $20 0-50 psi

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Flaig-Tire-...W/222685009089

    Not sure if this is really a mtb-specific deal, seeing as how it's 0-50 psi and for schrader valves, but it'll work for your car. ;D

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    If you want one for bikes, I suppose you'll have to settle with these.
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    I have that latter accu gauge, works fine, accurate , cheap , presta and can't think of anything it's missing so there's my No Settling guarantee !!


    I wanted the easy-read calibrations for my plus tire pressures and my small eyeballs.
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    I have two 0-30 psi and one 0-15 psi meiser acu-gages, and they are fantastic. Orders of magnitude more accurate than a digital gauge, and they are calibrated dead-on-balls-accurate to one another. They may not be quite as rugged, but as long as you dont go running them over with a semi truck, they should be fine.

    Cant comment on the Flaig, but if the internals are anything like the meiser, or better, it should make for a great tire gauge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varaxis View Post
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Flaig-Tire-...W/222685009089

    Not sure if this is really a mtb-specific deal, seeing as how it's 0-50 psi and for schrader valves, but it'll work for your car. ;D

    <--- geeks out over high quality tools

    If you want one for bikes, I suppose you'll have to settle with these.
    Thanks! Just got the 0 to 30 for less than 13 delivered on ebay from Trailthis.
    Last edited by westin; 01-06-2018 at 09:23 AM.

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    I keep thinking I need this since I don't deal well with pressure. *womp womp*

    j/k, thanks for the heads up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitsBoy View Post
    I have two 0-30 psi and one 0-15 psi meiser acu-gages, and they are fantastic. Orders of magnitude more accurate than a digital gauge, and they are calibrated dead-on-balls-accurate to one another. They may not be quite as rugged, but as long as you dont go running them over with a semi truck, they should be fine.
    Just get one of these:

    https://www.amazon.com/Accu-gage-Pro...t_sims?ie=UTF8

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