|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 6 x 1.3 inches|
|Item model number||FP1611|
|Batteries||4 CR2 batteries required.|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FP1611|
FOBO Tire Plus (Black)
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- Monitors real time car tire pressure and temperature 24/7 and provides 3-level alerts
- Monitors in one app up to 19 cars that individually installed with the unit
- Easy sharing - allow other driver to read the tire detailed data in his or her own smart phone
- Easy diy installation without the need for professional help
- Two-level theft deterrent locking system
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TPMS & Mobile App
We strongly believe that tires, being the critical contact point between the road surface and fast-moving vehicles, are required to perform optimally for peak performance of a vehicle as well as road safety. Optimal tire performance in turn requires the correct tire air pressure and this is the very reason we created FOBO Tire as a smart and easy way to use a Tire Pressure Monitoring System.
FOBO Tire Plus
A large number of accidents that occur happen because a vehicle is unsafe to drive on the road. FOBO Tire Plus is designed to promote road safety through maintenance of optimal tire pressure. FOBO Tire Plus is an advanced Wireless Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) using latest Bluetooth 4.0 that works directly with your Android and iOS device. With an intelligent In-Car monitoring unit that works on its own or simultaneously with your smartphone, FOBO Tire Plus monitors up to 600 kPa(87 psi) and give you an alert in the absence of a smartphone.
FOBO Tire Plus Benefits:
- To promote fuel efficiency
- To Reduce Unneccesary Tire Wear
- To promote safe journey
- To promote optimal tire performance
- To know real time status of your tire pressure
- To ensure good control of your car
FOBO Tire Plus Key Features
Real time monitoring of your car tires
It monitors round-the-clock to ensure your tires stay properly inflated, even your car ignition is switched off, for a complete peace of mind.
To allow up to 100 authorized users to share use the same fobo tire plus in your car with their own smart devices.
Monitor up to multiple vehicles
From your smartphone simultaneously with just one single app. Fobo tire plus can monitor up to 19 cars.
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Fobo Tire Plus in the other hand uses Bluetooth from your phone. With the Fobo App, you can see instant pressure from all of your tires. You can also set the MIN, RECOMMENDED & MAX tire pressure. I am surprise that the pressure on my spare tire in the trunk of my 2000 Honda Accord increases pretty rapidly. I guess heat builds up in the trunk faster. So far, I like being able to monitor all of my tires & spare tire with just a click on the Fobo App. If your tire pressure is below or above your MIN & MAX settings, it will give you an alert right away.
For my 2000 Honda Accord, these are the factory recommend tire pressure settings.
Front & Rear = 30 PSI
Spare = 60 PSI
Here are the not so nice things about this. Bluetooth technology only allows the MAX Distance of 30 feet, so you can only monitor it while within that distance. After using it for 2 weeks, I did notice a Battery Low notice on the Front Right Tire Sensor, but it went away. I'm not sure what cause it, but I hope it doesn't come back. If it does I will just replace the battery, but the battery should last 2 yrs.
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I have been using one set of these for a few years now, and have been very happy with the product and how well it works. In fact I've been so happy with it that I recently acquired a second set, for a second vehicle.
The sensors are easy to install, and the app works very well. I was able to add the second set of FOBO Tire Plus sensors and the second vehicle to my profile very easily. Pairing the sensors with the tires they will be monitoring is as simple as just following the prompts in the app and screwing the sensors onto the valve stems. Once installed, you can see the tire pressure and the temperature of the air in the tire for all the vehicle's tires. You can also set alert levels, to alert you if the tire pressure is above or below whatever pressure you like. You can even set different desired pressures for the front tires and the back tires.
I do have a tip for the initial installation. Sometimes a cell phone's data connection or radio may interfere a bit with the initial bluetooth pairing process. So when I initially pair the sensors to the car and the app, (which in general you will only need to do once) I find it helpful to put my phone in airplane mode and then turn bluetooth back on. I had forgotten to do this initially when installing the new set of sensors, and the second sensor I attempted to install was not immediately recognized. That reminded me of the conflict with the phone, and once I put the phone in airplane mode and re-enabled bluetooth, the sensors were recognized immediately.
If your tire pressure is above or below the threshold you set, but you have not checked the app, the in-car unit will alert when you start a drive. You can then check the app to immediately see the status of the pressure in all four tires. The tire or tires that are not within the pressure range that you specified will be highlighted in red.
The FOBO systems have one advantage over many of the tire pressure monitoring systems now being included with newer cars in that you can see exactly the status of each tire. My understanding is that many of the built in systems only tell you that there is an issue, without specifying which tire needs your attention.
Another benefit is that the FOBO systems show the tire pressure in .2 pound increments, (when using PSI.) So if you get an alert, and see that one tire is .2 or .4 pounds below the threshold you set you can decide whether or not that is something that needs to be dealt with immediately or not.
The app also shows the battery level of each sensor, so that you can change the batteries in the sensors as needed. They take the very basic CR2032 button battery, and it is easy to swap the batteries. My batteries seem to last six to nine months now, give or take, though I think the batteries that came with the first unit may have run down faster than that. I make sure to buy name-brand batteries, as the extra expense is worth not having to change them as often.
It's easy to forget to adjust the pressure in your tires as the weather changes. My first FOBO Tire Plus has been helping me remember to do this for a few years now, and I know the second one will do the job equally well on the other vehicle.
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I wish the caps were smaller or even better, I'd love to see an actual in-wheel version similar to OEM TPMS.