Sunday, April 10, 2016

Godeson Tire Pressure Gauge: 0-60 psi (Glow-in-the-Dark)

The instrument reads from 0 to 60 PSI. The gauge itself is coated in rubber to protect it from drops. The chuck that is inserted into the stem valve of the tire is double-sided. This makes it easier to use in tight conditions. The hose that connects the two is a thick rubber. I presume it will last a long time. It also comes with 4 tire valve stem caps and a tread checker.

I have been very pleased with how well built this tire gauge appears to be, from the rubber coated gauge to the thick rubber hose and the heavy chuck. I think it should last a long time. I’m not sure how much use I would get from the glow-in-the-dark function but the company has another tire pressure gauge if you aren’t interested. The tire caps and tread checker are a nice bonus to this tire gauge.

I’ve used this gauge on several tires. Before pumping it up a bit before the video, my bike tire was basically flat. My other tire pressure gauge couldn’t get a reading. This gauge found a tire pressure of 3 PSI, so I was impressed with the capability to read at such a low tire pressure. On all of the tires I checked, this gauge was reading 1 or 2 PSI lower than my other gauge. I couldn’t figure out which was the accurate gauge, but I presume it was the Godeson tire gauge. I don’t have proof of that though.

All-in-all I am very pleased!

I received this product for free. However, the opinions expressed herein were formulated based on my personal use of the product. I welcome all suggestions, feedback and/or product questions
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