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Accutire MS-5510B Racing Tire Gauge

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  • The most accurate tire gauge available
  • Reads tire pressures from 0-60PSI in 01 increments
  • The quick disconnect insures a positive attachment
  • Easy to read blue back-lit display
  • Bleed valve to drop tire pressure to desired pressure
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandMeasurement Limited
Item Weight8 ounces
Product Dimensions18 x 3 x 1 inches
Item model numberMS-5510B
Manufacturer Part NumberMS5510B
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB000BNS7Y2
Best Sellers Rank #6,408 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 4, 2005
  
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Product Description

This is the ultimate tire gauge for the performance enthusiast. If you like to have the best tool available, this is the gauge for you. The MS5510B is the most accurate tire gauge available. It reads tire pressure from 0 to 60PSI in .01 increments, with a large, back-lit LCD screen to make it easy to read. The convenient bleed valve makes it easy to drop the pressure if you overinflate. If you have a motorcycle, an off-road vehicle, ATV or performance car, get the most out of your expensive tires with accurate, consistent inflation.

From the Manufacturer

MS-5510B MS-5515B MS-5511GB MN-4535B MS-5010 MS-5012
PSI 0-60 5-150 0-15 0-99 5-100 5-60
Valve Stem Locking
Backlit Display
Extra Large Display
Auto Shut-off
Swivel Head
White LED Flashlight
Programmable Pressure Memory
Bleed Function
Replaceable Battery

Customer Reviews

It works very well and is easy to use.
Alan Briggs
I called the manufacturer, who told me that it sounded like a problem and that I should return the gauge to them for a replacement.
J. Stimson
When I applied the gauge to a valve stem it wouldn't seal and air continued to leak out.
Raymond A. Fox

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

100 of 105 people found the following review helpful By F. Copeland on February 14, 2007
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This gauge works well and is easy to read. It seats well and does mostly what it should.

There seems to be a lot of misunderstanding from what I have read in other reviews. Let's clear a few things up.

First of all, you do NOT have to wait ten seconds between readings. You DO have to hit the recall button on the bottom between readings.

Secondly, you DO NOT have to send the unit back to replace the batteries. The instructions VERY clearly state the model number of user replaceable batteries (if you were to read the instructions).

The hose was flexible for me in 30 degree weather contrary to what I have read elsewhere. Maybe it gets stiff in really cold weather but then I use mine in the garage.

Very Nice Gauge
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51 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Michael Price on November 24, 2007
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I like this gauge. For the price, it is efficient and accurate. Yes the hose is a bit stiff, but hardly more than a minor annoyance. As for any leaks, I have had none (so far). The fitting over the tire valve stem seems just fine to me. Just get it on snugly; grips the stem just fine. I also simply bleed the pressure out of the gauge between readings and all is good to go for the next reading, so not sure what others here are talking about when they say they need to press the recall button. I only use that for calibration. In addition, I do not understand what one other reviewer was referring to when having to wait 10 seconds between reads... As I bleed, sure, the pressure reading is not accurate, but once you stop the bleeding while using the bleed valve, the current pressure is immediately updated for me...

Overall, definitely recommended, at least for now. If that changes, I'll be sure to update here.

December 7, 2010 UPDATE: 3 years later, this is still working flawlessly! No leaks, battery still good.

May 6, 2012 UPDATE: Still working great; almost 5 years owning it. I did have to replace the batteries in late 2011.
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82 of 88 people found the following review helpful By J. Stimson on September 4, 2006
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I had the same problem described by R. Nielsen. The gauge would not take a new reading after I pressed the release valve to let air out. It only took a new reading if it was removed from the tire completely and reconnected. I called the manufacturer, who told me that it sounded like a problem and that I should return the gauge to them for a replacement. I returned it to Amazon as defective and got a new one with the same problem. I contacted the manufacturer again and they again asked me to send the gauge in for a replacement. I have sent the gauge to the manufacturer at my expense. The second replacement also had the problem. Customer service told me that they had sent the second replacement from the wrong batch/crate.

Six weeks later (November 27th) I received a properly functioning gauge. So it seems that a properly manufactured example of this gauge really does work properly. There was just a very large run of defective ones. At this point, I would give this item 3 stars: 4 for performance and price, minus one for the hassle involved in getting one that isn't defective.

If yours is defective, you should contact Accutire customer service and let them know: 973-402-4240.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Andrew S. on May 20, 2008
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After reading the other reviews here on Amazon I was a little apprehensive. It did appear that the more negative reviews were the older ones. The company that makes the gauge itself has also switched hands so I took a chance.

The gauge is fast and accurate. You have both a digital readout and a bar readout around the circumference that is reminiscent of an analog gauge. The digital readout gives you a reading to a tenth of a pound and is MUCH larger and easier to read than the bar around the outside edge. The readout changes on the fly even while bleeding air. The hose is very soft and flexible. The connection on the end is awesome. The seal is great. Not ONCE have I bleed air unintentionally while trying to make a seal. The clip is solid. You can clip it on to the stem and let go and it holds on tight. The blue backlighting is bright and even.

I have no idea why you would want to clip it on and monitor the pressure for more than a second but you can if you like. The hose also remains pressurized after you disconnect it from the tire. This permits you to stare at the reading for up to one full minute. You can tap the bleed valve to reset the gauge or just plug it into the next tire and the pressure equalizes with the tire to give you the new reading. You do not have to hit a reset button (The reset button picture in the product image is now just the ON button. There is no reset button). The only time you have to press the bleed valve to get a reading is if you leave pressure in the hose and let the device go into standby while still pressurized. When you turn it on with pressure in the hose the display reads "BL" prompting you to press the bleed valve before taking a reading.

The bleed valve button is easily usable while holding the gauge in the left hand.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By cj on January 21, 2008
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To be honest I had second thoughts of getting this gauge because of a lot of negative reviews, glad I discounted them, either because some seem not to know how to operate the gauge or some earlier units had some battery troubles, maybe the fault lays of listing the "oldest reviews" before the newest.

I will admit I am somewhat anal about pressure in my tires maybe because being a motorcycle rider for the last 30 years or because I just brought new tires for my car for $120 a piece filled with free nitrogen, I wanted to see if the nitrogen pressure did hold until the next tire rotation, (8,000 miles) see if it drops any less than plain air, it holds way better than regular air, less than 1/2 lb.

This gauge is really made well, works flawlessly, so easy to read with that blue digital screen, seems accurate I mean reading in tenths of a pound !

One of the best things about it ? the only tire pressure gauge I ever owned that doesn't lose air from the tire as you set the valve on the stem of the tire, this is a first for me, all gauges leak a bit when setting on valve, not this one, I just hold it on a read the gauge, one might hear the tiniest of a hiss when releasing the valve and hose off the tire valve, truly amazing, I love this gauge I would have paid $50 for it !

The only gauge one needs, remember up to 60 lbs, psi, if one has to measure tire pressure of 61 or higher forget this gauge it's made to read up to 60 lbs, anything more which I tried, the screen doesn't even light up over 60 lbs.
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