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BlackburnHonest Digital Pressure Gauge

Sale 25% OffCurrent price:$21.00 Original price:$27.95

Item # BLB003O

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Item # BLB003O

Honest Digital Pressure Gauge

Fine-tuning tire pressure can mean all the difference between gaining optimal traction and bottoming out across nasty rock gardens, especially with wide rims and high volume tires becoming increasingly popular on the trail. Forget using the old squeeze test or relying on analog pump gauges the minute you pick up the Blackburn Honest Digital Pressure Gauge. This handy little gauge is compact enough for bringing it along on the trail, allowing you to fine-tune your tire pressure, so long as you have a pump available.

It attaches to both Presta and Schrader valves with its swivel head and provides an audible chime once it's powered on and pressure is registered, so you won't have to endlessly wait to see your tire pressure. The backlit display is easy to read, even in dark conditions around sunset and dimly lit garage workshops. Additionally, it has an on/off switch for conserving battery life once you're finished using it.

  • Digital tire pressure gauge with 1% accuracy
  • Compact design fits in packs and cargo pockets
  • Backlit display for reading in low-light conditions
  • Swivel head for attachment to Presta and Schrader valves
  • Audible chime once powered on and pressure is registered
  • 90psi max pressure read-out

Tech Specs
Dimensions4.75 x 1.5 x 1in
Valve TypePresta, Schrader
Max Pressure90psi
Recommended Usebike maintenance
Manufacturer Warranty2 years

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Very good gauge.

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought
6` 1"
162 lbs

Built solidly and very accurate. It also agrees with my floor pump and another analog gauge. It toggles between psi and bar and I like the swivel head. Those reporting low reading are looking at the bar setting. Read the directions people.

>Rating: 1

Very disappointed

I've used it several times

The thing is not accurate at all. Gave a reading of 2.9psi on road tires that feel solid. Made several attempts to get an accurate reading never happened.

That reading is almost certainly 2.9 bar, which is 42 psi. If you press the button on the gauge it swaps between psi and bar

Read the directions.

>Rating: 2

I seriously question the accuracy

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Nice size, form factor, easy to throw in your backpack to have on rides should you need it. But I question the accuracy. Mine seems to read very, very low. I just mounted a new tubeless maxxis, using a pancake compressor with a output gauge that I set to 45 PSI. I have a presto-flater adapter I use with this compressor that has it's own analog gauge that also read 45 on the inflate. This gauge read out at 20 after fully inflating the tire. The tire feels rock hard (as I'm giving it a proper stretch for a few days), I can't believe that 20 PSI is accurate at all.

I would agree mine gave a reading of 2.9psi

Maybe it was 2.0 bar? Which would be 29 psi

>Rating: 3

Works for regular MTB tires but not FAT

I've put it through the wringer
True to size

Bought this to use with my fat tire bike with 4.5 inch tires to get accuracy sub 10psi and it does not work well for low PSI situations. Works fine for regular mtb tires but not much different than the readings on my pump.