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Accu-Gage EZ Air Check and Inflate Tires

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  • The EZ-Air is designed to be used with a press on air chuck as found on most gas station air compressors
  • 100 PSI range in 10 pound increments
  • Very high-quality gauge
  • Tire gauge that inflates tire with air hose
  • Easy clip on air chuck
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Technical Details
BrandAccu-Gage
Item Weight9.4 ounces
Product Dimensions5.5 x 1.5 x 9.5 inches
Item model numberEZ02
Manufacturer Part NumberEZ02
  
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ASINB001CJHU9W
Best Sellers Rank #829 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableFebruary 13, 2005
  
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Product Description

This tire gauge has a fully geared , solid brass precision movement with a bronze Bourdon tube.

Customer Reviews

I would return if I had not missed the return window.
MO reviews
The best part about this is that there is no air leak and the seal between the gauge and tire valve stem is very tight.
Arjun Varma
The gauge size is very large, making it easy to accurately read pressures.
J. Calhoun

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

85 of 87 people found the following review helpful By David J. Kricker on January 3, 2008
It's not often I give a product an unabashedly glowing
review. Some of the best products can have minor flaws
which make them less than perfect.

I have yet to find any flaws with this product. Not only
do its readings track exactly with my accurate (but hard
to seal) digital gauge, but one look at the design detail
tells you that it's thoughtfully designed.

A persistent problem with air pressure gauges is the seal
made with the tire valve. My Accu-tire gauge, for all its
accuracy, was an exercise in frustration when it came to
getting a tight seal, without which the pressure reading is meaningless. Looking at the Accu-tire, I was led to wonder why the manufacturer hadn't considered guiding the gauge onto the valve with a short length of solid tubing, together with an o-ring seal inside.

Accu-gage has done just that with their product. Using solid brass fittings (clearly designed to last), the hose end is pushed onto the valve through its guide tube, making a tight seal all but guaranteed. If you need to use a tire inflater to add pressure, an adapter is provided for that purpose, and the guide tube can be locked in place while the tire is being inflated.

I can't find anything not to like, and would have paid more to get a product of this quality.
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39 of 39 people found the following review helpful By S. Lbck on July 18, 2010
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I purchased the Accu-Gauge to replace my 30-year-old Brookstone gauge (of a similar type). I am thrilled with the quality and functionality of my new tool and consider it a good investment. After testing it I ordered one for each of my three adult children.

PROS:
Spring-loaded connector effortlessly and firmly grasps the tire's valve;
Top-mounted bleeder valve allows you to accurately bleed an overfill down to a desired pressure;
You can connect an air hose to inflate your tire at the same time you measure its pressure;
Readings correlated almost perfectly with my other gauges;
Quality materials should yield decades of cost-effective use;

CONS:
A bit bulky compared to other gauges (but still fit into my car's crowded glove compartment).

SEPTEMBER 2010 UPDATE: During normal use the gauge's spring-loaded connector became unscrewed and fell to the ground. Luckily, I was able to recover the tiny flexible washer that also fell out (...the unit will not work if it is missing). WARNING: BEFORE EACH USE MAKE SURE THE SPRING-LOADED CONNECTOR (i.e. TIP) IS SECURELY SCREWED ON.
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45 of 46 people found the following review helpful By consumer on April 14, 2009
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I just bought this Accu-gage EZ air check and the Accutire MS-4350B Programmable Digital Tire Gauge. There is no comparison. The Accu-gage clips onto the tire valve easily, quickly and without letting out any air. The tire pressure is instantly readable. You can press the release valve to let out air if overfilled - or add air if needed by simply hooking up a compressor to the gauge hose as you would directly to the tire valve stem - both without removing the clipped on gauge. The valve reads the added air pressure instantly. Also seems well built. Highly recommended!
The Accutire works well IF you can seat it on the tire valve without losing significant amounts of air (see my review at that product site) but doesn't allow adding or releasing air.

Addendum on 7/17/2013: The gauge suddenly began leaking air when measuring pressure. I unscrewed the clip and examined the rubber O-ring which was in like new condition. I replaced it into the clip and screwed it back on. Still leaked a little. Then I noticed that the other end of the hose which screws into the gauge was partly unscrewed. I rescrewed it firmly and re-checked a tire. Voila - no more air leak. So be sure both ends of the hose are firmly screwed in. My gauge is stored in the glove compartment of our Honda Civic so probably slowly became unscrewed with repeated use - and maybe vibration on rough roads over several years added to the loosening. Still highly recommended and still accurate!
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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Czop on April 19, 2011
I was in the market for the best way to add air to my tires from an air compressor, but also to monitor the pressure easily while doing so. This unit seemed to fit the bill... just attach it to take the reading and then top it off if needed using a cheap air chuck. I also liked that it has a relief valve. So you can get your pressure perfect without taking things on and off the valve stem.

The gauage reads quickly and seems to be accurate. It is relatively easy enough to pop the chuck on and add air. It can be a little cumbersome trying to hold it while pusing the chuck on, because the chuck needs a bit of force to engage (also depends on the pressure you have your system set at). Overall, there are some ergonomic drawbacks. First, you can only hold it in your left hand if you want to add air and see the gauge, which is OK for me, but maybe not for some. The round shape is alright, but you have to hold it in a very specific way to brace against the pressure needed to engage the air chuck to add air, and it's not always the most comfortable or convenient position. My air chuck has the angle as most do, so I have to press it in with the air hose sort of sticking out at me, which is harder than if I had a straight air chuck (I'll have to see if they make one). This may be a problem with my air chuck, but since most are angled this way, it would be easier if this unit were easier to get a good grip on, or if it had more room between the gauge and the air chuck input. Something like a pistol grip handle on the bottom of the gauge and an inch extension on the air input would be awesome. I don't want to get into a long list of ergonomic suggestions... suffice to say that the ergonomics are definitely not perfect, in my mind.
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