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Accu-gage Tire Pressure Guage - 60 PSI Range Straight Angle


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  • Flexible 11-inch hose between gauge and chuck for hard to reach tire valves
  • Straight angle
  • Easy to read dial
  • Polished brass bezel, stem, and pressure release valve
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Technical Details
BrandAccu-Gage
Product Dimensions6 x 3.8 x 1.1 inches
Item model numberH60X
Manufacturer Part NumberH60X
  
Additional Information
ASINB0006O2S0U
Best Sellers Rank #9,296 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMay 6, 2005
  
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Product Description

The Professional Tire Pressure Gauge. Flexible 11 inch hose* between gauge and chuck for hard-to-reach tire valves. Body same as Performance AccuGauge, with polished brass bezel, stem and pressure release valve assembly. Needle hold pressure reading until released. Pushbutton valve bleeds air to desire pressure.

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Best tire guage I've ever owned.
George
Bleeding the pressure is simple - just press and hold the button with the gauge still attached.
D. Askov
Very easy to use, seems to be well made and accurate.
DCH

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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Timothy Oey on October 23, 2011
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After having the batteries wear out and losing a few small digital gauges as well as suffering from an inaccurate pencil gauge, I tried this along with another dial style gauge, a larger digital gauge, and a higher quality pencil gauge.

While the Accu-gage Tire Pressure Guage - 60 PSI Range Straight Angle is a bit larger than the alternatives, it was the easiest to use and as accurate as the best of the others.

By easy to use I mean:
1) Easy to connect to valve since it goes on straight (some digital and most pencil gauges are angled which means you have to develop the right technique or otherwise just have extra air shoot out)
2) Very easy to read dial -- large and clear (some digitals are hard to read in the sun or with sun glasses on, pencils can be a bit hard to read because some numbers are obscured by the outer barrel so you have to count marks sometimes or pull the measuring stick out a bit and remember where it was in the barrel)
3) Pressure reading is retained until released by press of pressure release button
4) The batteries will never wear out since it uses none

The possible downsides are:
1) It is larger than many digitals and all pencil gauges
2) It may be more prone to breakage if you drop it
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By G. Powers on December 5, 2011
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I like this gauge for a number of reasons...

1) When you take a pressure reading, the gauge holds the reading until you push the little button at the top of the gauge and release the pressure. This may not seem like a big deal, but it really is a convenient feature to have. I consider this a "must-have" on any tire pressure gauge I use.

2) The flexible hose makes it much easier to connect to the tire valve.

3) The end of the hose that is pressed against the tire valve is STRAIGHT. This makes it easier to get a solid reading without lots of air escaping from the tire valve (as opposed to gauges with angled fittings which never seem to seal on the first try).

4) The face of the gauge is large and easy to read. The display only goes up to 60psi...so 1psi increments are larger and easier to read than 80-100psi displays. No sense in having a gauge that reads 100psi if you are never going to put more than 40psi in a tire!

5) This unit comes with a lifetime warranty. If it fails (and wasn't abused), just send it back with $2.50 and the company will repair/replace it. You can't beat that!

Overall I am very pleased with this gauge. So far it has been very accurate.

The gauge itself does feel a bit "delicate" for the type of duty it was designed for. The lense of the gauge feels really thin. I wouldn't want to drop this thing on concrete too many times, that's for sure! So that being said, I absolutely recommend that you spend the extra few bucks and order the ACCUGAGE RUBBER GAUGE COVER if you buy this gauge. The first time you drop it, you'll be glad you did.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By D. Ruzicka on December 10, 2009
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I like the gauge, the flexible neck and the way the gauge functions. I purchased the 60 PSI version for my vehicles which run 35 PSI as these gauges are usually the most accurate around the middle of their range. Keep in mind the accuracy of this gauge is +or- 2 PSI so if your going to check it and expect it to be right on it might not be. I think a variation of 2 PSI for a less than $20 gauge is acceptable.

I purchased several more of these gauges as they make great Christmas gifts.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Thufferin Thuccotash on April 9, 2014
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I bought my first Accu-Gauge about thirty years ago. It's a hefty chunk of beautifully machined brass. The face of the gauge has craquelure from age. Painted on the black face of the dial are the words "Precision Tire Gauge"; "Accu-Gauge" superimposed over an "M"; "Made In U.S.A." and in tiny numerals, "1025". I never thought much about it over the years, I just used it. Recently, it failed to hold air pressure after I disconnected it from the valve stem. It still measures the tire pressure, just wouldn't hold the reading. I had just bought a new set of Michelins for the beast, and so I thought maybe a new gauge, too. The new one came, and the first thing I noticed was how ...much it looks like the result of globalization. Gone is the hefty brass, the new one is not nearly so robust. Not machined, with knurled connectors. The painted dial face is gone. I checked the new gauge against the old, and they both read the same value for the tire pressure. I checked again and again, and they consistently give the same reading. I contacted G.H. Meiser by email, and asked if they would send me new parts for the check valve for my old gauge. Within four days the new parts arrived in the mail. No Charge. So, the new gauge isn't as hefty, it's not as pretty in that olde time sort of way, and it doesn't have those coveted words, "Made In U.S.A.", but it's only twelve bucks, and somebody at G.H. Meiser & Co. in Posen, Illinois cares enough about their products to send me, without charge, parts for a gauge I bought about thirty years ago. I'm happy to still have my old gauge, and I'm happy to have the new one, too. And I'm happy that G.H. Meiser is hanging in there, and cares enough about their customers to take the time and make the effort to show it. So, yes, I'll buy another one in thirty years, if I'm still around, and G. H. Meiser is still there.
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