MS EXTEND THE LIFE OF YOUR TIRES! Warranty and Service. MLI warrants this gauge against defects in material or workmanship for a period of five (5). Accutire MSB Digital Tire Pressure Gauge; ›; Questions & Answers MS- B Your info says that the lithium battery never needs replaced, yet some. Buy Accutire MSB Digital Tire Pressure Gauge: Tire Repair Tools – Amazon .com ✓ FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases.

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The handle shape contributes to a good seal. Accurate enough and quick to use. It runs on three LR44 1.

Overall I would not hesitate to recommend this gauge to anyone. Newer Post Older Post Home. This was really an interesting topic and I kinda agree with what you have mentioned here!

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The pressure gauge is powered by a non-user replaceable lithium battery that will last about accutirr years of normal use. Posted by James at 2: The package says it has a five-year warranty. I had two of these air gauges I kept in the consoles of our cars. It’s an excellent and unbiased source of consumer product reviews and ratings. I removed the batteries and tried to take a pressure reading but nothing.

There is no self reset when you change the battery, so even if you do try to do it some lock up. I would keep a more expensive dial-type gauge around in the garage and throw this one in the car so you always have one along.


Jones Acuctire April 27, at 4: There are no moving parts to wear out. There are several cons for this model gauge.

James’ Ordinary Guy Reviews: Accutire Model MSB Tire Pressure Gauge Review

It’s also dirt cheap, and if you accidentally backed it over or if you had a glovebox meltdown I wouldn’t be heartbroken about replacing it. The rest of those “so called” testing agencies that accept advertising is based on opinions, which is worthless as the paper it’s printed on! This is comparable to published stats from other digital and analog gauges that cost quite a bit more, so for the price this gauge is plenty accurate.

Hey, thanks for your comment.

That ms-40221b, I do have a Husky digital gauge, but I use it at home with my air pump to check the accuracy of the pencil gauges, and unlike the Accutire, made sure it didn’t have an unremoveable battery and that is resets when you remove the battery. This is an especially user-friendly gauge that also happens to be especially cheap. Click here for a how-to with photos of the battery changing process.

Wrong on Consumer Reports.

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James February 12, at 4: The only problem I had with both of them was the rubbery grips became acccutire sticky over time, perhaps from heat during south Louisiana summers Anyway stay up the excellent high quality writing, it is manuql to see a nice blog like this one today.


If you check Consumer Reports and Amazon, the quality control varies quite a bit, you can get a dead gauge or one that dies soon. Also on the back are a sticker with what I assume is the date of manufacture and another sticker with the FCC information for the device.

Anonymous November 19, at 7: OneGeekDad January 23, at 3: IG Saturation June 7, at 4: It fits in a cargo pocket or your glove compartment. Also, they are not avcutire if you leave it in your car in the heat of summer, it will drift off calibration or break the plastic.

It automatically calibrates ,anual after taking a reading you’ll never need to follow the confusing “zero set” directions on the package. It shows the pressure for about 4 seconds after you remove it from the valve stem. With the battery dying in 5 years or so even if you take care of it, it has planned obsolescence.

Dave Thomas November 16, at 3: I agree, Consumers Report does not accuhire advertising and is an unbiased report. These are some issues as you mention Consumer Reports doesn’t check: For a blog author to make the high schoolish claim that “it sucks” without any reason why, makes you look silly and not serious.