New Digital Tire Pressure Gauge For Motor Cycles And Bikes
(EMAILWIRE.COM, February 22, 2015 ) Orlando, Florida -- Rolling resistance increases with under inflated tires, which can reduce fuel mileage by one or more mpg. Low tire pressure also makes tires wear out faster, and it can lead to tires overheating risking dangerous tire failure at speed. The most important aspect of low tire pressure is decreased vehicle handling. The new Self Calibrating Digital Tire Gauge takes care of keeping tire pressure correct and safe at all times with the simple push of a button.
This tool allows one to keep track of their vehicle tire pressure with ease. It has built in LCD back lighting and also has a built in flash light in the test nozzle allowing the user to see the tire valve stem in the dark in any position.
Operation is easy. With the push of a button one can turn the unit on, set it to the tire pressure type - PSI - kPa - bar, then take the tire pressure reading of each tire. Each successive test result is automatically updated on the LCD readout so there is no need to have to manually reset it. A push of the button for 3 seconds and the unit turns itself off.
Another feature is one can take tire pressure readings of each tire without having to rotate them first in order to get the valve stem in a convenient position to take a reading.
Further, it's easy to see the tire pressure readout in real time in virtually any position as well. This is a special feature found only on the new Digital Tire Pressure Gauge.
About All Power
All Power is devoted to providing innovative products that assist and enhance consumer convenience and satisfaction through the creation of practical and easy to use high tech products. Announcing the launch of a new digital tire pressure gauge! All Power is the creator of the new TirePro Digital Tire Pressure Gauge With 90 Degree Swiveling Head.
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