|Item Weight||13.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||18 x 3 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||89570|
|Manufacturer Part Number||89570|
|OEM Part Number||89570|
|ABPA Partslink Number||89570|
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Moroso 89570 Tire Pressure Gauge 0-100LB PSI - 2-5/8" Face - Dial Type
|Price:||$54.92 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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(1) Range. The 89560 reads from 0-60 psi. Tick marks are in 1 psi increments. Moroso gauges have slightly larger faces (~2-1/4" diam reading area) than most gauges (~1-7/8" diam reading area); you can estimate readings to the nearest 1/2 psi. The 89570 reads from 0-100 psi. Tick marks are in 2 psi increments; you can estimate readings to the nearest 1 psi. Many high pressure gauges range from 0 to 120, 150, or 160 psi. With the larger ranges and smaller dials, you can estimate only to the nearest 2 psi or so.
(2) Comparison of readings. I compared the Morosos 89560 and 89570 and Accutire MS-5510B (digital gauge) for pressures in the ~30 psi range. All three read within 1 psi of each other. The 89570 works well as a backup gauge for regular auto tires.
(3) Construction quality. The mechanical construction of the 89560 and 89570 are the same. Hose, bleed valve, and fittings are heavy-duty industrial grade. In the 89560,the hose was too stiff and the socket was too tight in the beginning (got better with use).Read more ›
Some things I've noticed right away. This thing is HUGE, no doubt about it, you're not going to be putting this in your pocket, coat pocket or even small bag. Make sure you have room for it.
The gauge itself is a bit flimsy. As they say, get the cover.
The fittings are high quality and overall it is very accurate. I you need to be very precise, I've found this to be a very good choice.
There is a bleeder valve on the line, I find the best thing to do is over inflate, and then use the bleeder valve to get to the right pressure. With a bit of practice you'll be right on every time.
Only 3 stars, because as others have said, the case is a bit flimsy, something I wouldn't expect from Moroso.
Update: May 25, 2015 Went to use this gauge for about the 10th time since I bought it and it no longer returns to 0 and is off by 15-20 lbs. Not good for a gauge this expensive.
It would be nice if the gauge held the pressure reading after it was removed from the tire stem. But, since you have a hose extension, you can easily read the gauge while it is pressured up on the tire.
I also bought the rubber protector that encases the gauge. I think this is a must since the gauge dial doesn't appear to be real solid.
A nice feature is that it has a bleed button. You can use this if you overpressure your tire by a few psi.
I compared the readings from this gauge with a couple accu-rite gauges I own. The readings were very close and certainly accurate enough for tire pressure.
Overall a good gauge, accurate, and easy to read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was great while it worked, but then one day it just stopped working. The needle is stuck at slightly above zero and won't budge. Read morePublished 2 months ago by S. Kumar
Beware, This guage is not Made in the USA as description states. Sticker on side of gauge says that it is made in Brazil.Published 4 months ago by m. held
Works great and the swivel end makes checking small airplane tires much easier.Published 17 months ago by a356fan
I purchased this because my two cheaper air gauges gave me different readings.
I read that this one is calibrated but it's a little pricy.