|Item Weight||1.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.6 x 6.5 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||S-516|
|Manufacturer Part Number||S-516|
Milton S-516 Straight Foot Dual Head Chuck Inflator Gage
|Price:||$26.05 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- HD construction provides for long life even under extreme use and conditions
- Gage and valve cartridges are replaceable
- Equipped with magnifying lens for full view of scale
- HD construction provides for long life even under extreme use and conditions. .
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Top Customer Reviews
It is, after all, a tire air pressure gauge. I noticed the same pressure disparity as a previous reviewer. The gauge consistently reads 4-5 lbs. higher when attached than when a reading is taken just after. No big deal as long as it's consistent. Just add 4-5 lbs. of pressure greater than what it reads. With that being said, it works as it should. Seems to be very rugged.
My only wish is that they would measure down to 2 or 3lbs accurately as to be used on low pressure ATV tires.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like this guage/inflator. It works great, made in America and never lets me down.Published 2 months ago by Montgomery D. Bonner
Love this gage, squeeze trigger to fill tire, release to check pressure, and squeeze again to put more air in. Not having to switch between a gage and pump is really nice. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Doug M
After trying several cheap alternatives, finally bought an inflator gauge that is heavy enough to last for years. This is the less expensive choice in the long run.Published 4 months ago by Dan S.
I have used this style before and they last a long time. Only reason why it wasn't a 5 star rating was becauce the tool came about 5 PSI out of spec. Read morePublished 5 months ago by wavy davy