I've seen them at Sam's club and BJ's warehouse club for around $14, and they measure to within 0.5 psi. I've had mine for over 8 years, and it still works fine.
One of the car magazines [Automobile??] did a comparison test on analog (dial-type) vs. digital, and the digital was not only among the cheapest, but also was hands-down the most accurate (30 psi read exactly 30 psi, and not 35 psi like one of the analog gauges).
The review I read ranked ALL digital tire pressure guages equally accurate. They only varied by ergonomics and battery life.
RadioShack has a 'premium' guage with a red back-lit disply, and a red LED tip-light for finding the stems in the dark. It's accurate to .5 PSI. It's about $30 CDN, so less for you. Downside - looks almost, but not exactly, like a phaser from Star Trek.
Chilli Red/White Cooper S, Sport Pack & Sunroof. Delivered June 12th, 2002!
Now with MCS Winter Tire Package.
Dang it, and I just went and ordered one of those retro-looking brass dial jobbies from Moss Mini. Came today. (Along with their cool glovebox organizer.) I wish you guys would be a little more timely in your posting!
Sigh. I guess I can give it away as a Christmas gift...
As a kid I used to watch the Star Trek (original) re-runs. I was in college when the Next Generation came out, and I watched it most of the time, but wasn't religious about it. Caught maybe half of Deep Space Nine, and hardly any of... damn, what was that series that came after it?
I caught the premiere of Enterprise, and the best feature is it's Vulcan crew member.
The scary people are the ones who have organized into "ships" in each major city, elected a captain, etc. They need to watch "Trekkies" (movie about Trek fans) a few more times, and realize that the other people in the theater aren't really laughing *with* them.
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