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Astroai Digital Tyre Pressure Gauge 150 PSI $11.39 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Astroai Amazon AU

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  • Backlit LCD display and Lighted nozzle for visibility in dimly light areas
  • Designed to maintain correct tire pressure, reduce tire wear and extend tire life; Digital display reading instantly and clearly being shown, no longer do the guesswork of analog gauges
  • Nozzle easily forms a seal with the valve stem on schrader valves, giving quick and accurate readings in 0.5 increments; 4 settings with range: 0-150PSI / 0-10Bar / 0-10Kgf/cm² or 0-1000KPA
  • Simply press "ON/UNIT/OFF" button to turn on the tool, select the range, and automatically shut off in 30-40 seconds to save the power; Non-slip texture makes it easy to hold onto and the ergonomic design is both suitable for men and women's hands
  • 1 Year Warranty and battery included; Perfect car accessories gifts for men; Versatile use for cars, trucks, motocycles, bicycles etc but not compatible with presta stems
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  • +2

    Good little gague. Seems pretty accurate.

  • +2


    Looks familiar!

    Worth the free overnight shipping + 1 year warranty though for the extra $4

    • And battery, I guess

  • I bought one thank you I will tell you soon how it is :)

  • -8

    So all this does is just read the pressure? It doesn't actually pump?

    • +8

      "Gauge" being the operative word…

  • +2

    How often do people check their tyre pressures? Instead do a pump and check once every 6 months when getting fuel

    • +1

      I pump my tyres every 3 weeks.

      • +1

        Also, I have seen that non-branded tyres (cheap imports) tend to lose air much faster and they need more frequent filling. A mechanic told me that they are designed for faster wear, aiming at more frequent replacement; but if you fill them frequently, then they would last long.

        • What does that even mean? If you keep your tyres at peak inflation any brand in any form in any driving conditions will last long.

          • @plmko: It means that quality brands' tyres don't need to be filled up as often as the cheap/ no brand tyres.

            • @virhlpool: I wouldn’t have thought the price of the tyre would have anything to do with how well it holds air. It’s not as though tyres are made with a porous material.

              • @dan76n: It doesn't. It's just confirmation bias, cheaper tyres wear faster but if you keep them in optimum shape everyday then they last longer. It's just simple logic.

        • are there any tyres made locally? they are all imports.

      • time to buy some better tyres

        • Nope, I use Goodyear Asymmetric 5. One of the best street sport tyres on the market. But it was no different when I was on Michelin.

    • +1

      Avg twice every trip as I have a TPMS. You would be surprised hoe much the ambient temp can affect tyre pressures. Cold day, lower pressure. Hot day, higher pressure.

    • Lucky you only having to get fuel once every 6 months.
      Tyres should be checked more often, probably once per month at least plus oil and fluids.

      • probably once per month at least plus oil and fluids.

        This is where I lack of. I depend on the mechanic too much every single annual checkup.

  • Thx op, ordered!

  • Is this usually on a bike tyre with presta valve?

    • I wouldn't leave it on there, no.

    • Not compatible with Presta. You will need an adapter.

  • -4

    I'm glad they added a light and a gave it a non-slip texture. I've always had trouble working out exactly where to put it, and when I do, it does tend to get a little slippery at times.

  • +3

    This is one of those Ozbargain tools you buy first and wonder if you actually need it later.

  • +2

    May as well spend a little more to get a small digital display type pump.

    • How much is that little more? I may as well go for it.

      • +1

        Actually it was $30ish bucks on sale. My memory failed me thought it was less. But still worth it. I got the "WindGallop Portable Air Compressor Tyre Inflator Air Pump"

    • Interested in the one you suggested. I have cancelled OP's deal through Amazon.

      If you were to guess in general terms, how long you think it would take to inflate each car tyre? Is the cable long enough or sometimes cumbersome when plugged in to your car

      • +1

        I have not inflated from flat. But one of our tyres from 20psi to 35psi only took maybe 3 or so mins, thats for a little honda. To top up just a few psi is pretty quick. It stops automatically at the psi you set. The cable is OK, plugs into ciggy lighter, but you gotta pass the unit across front seats when going from one side of car to other. Otherwise its very compact and just works.

        • You sold me. Thanks so much for the detailed review and suggestion - much appreciated!

  • I've used the cheapy one from Ebay for a long time & seems to work well ($5.08 delivered from China if you can wait):
    or $8 delivered in Australia:

  • +1

    Been using this for 1.5 yrs. Pretty nifty and accurate.

  • AstroAI

    Is it sentient?

    • In a panic, they tried to pull the plug…

  • Doesn't appear to be this price anymore. Showing as $32 for me

    • $18.62 for me

  • Cheaper here

    NUZAMAS Digital Tyre Pressure Gauge With Backlight LCD Display Up to 100PSI Portable Tyre Air Pressure Gauge Tester Tool with Discharge Valve https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07BLQKHLG/

    • Maybe $0.40 more for the lighted nozzle?

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