Best Tire Pressure Gauges TechnoBuffalo 2020

Maintaining the right tire pressure is crucial to ensuring a smooth ride. Whether you're in a car or on a bike, improperly-filled tires can wear unevenly, reducing their lifespan, safety, and efficiency. A good tire pressure gauge is a simple tool that can help you avoid these circumstances. Take a look at our collection of the best tire pressure gauges to make sure your ride is ready for the road ahead.

Glows in the dark: JACO ElitePro Tire Pressure Gauge

Staff Pick

If you want a gauge that is easy to read and doesn't require batteries, then this model won't disappoint. The two-inch dial glows in the dark, and readings are accurate within 1.5% up to 100 PSI. An attached ten-inch HybridFlex hose makes it easy to reach any valve stem. A rugged cover protects the gauge and air readings are held until the reset/bleed button is pressed.

$20 at Amazon

Compact classic: Milton Pencil Tire Pressure Gauge

This classic tire pressure gauge will fit almost anywhere you can store a Sharpie marker. Another great feature is that it doesn't need batteries, so it's always ready to measure 0-50 PSI (1 pound increments) in your tires. After measuring, the sliding indicator will stay in position, and there's also a deflator valve if you added too much air.

$7 at Amazon

Light the way: AstroAI Digital Tire Pressure Gauge

It's hard to find a tiny valve stem in the dark, that's why this tire pressure gauge has a lighted nozzle. There's also a backlit LCD, which will instantly display 0-150 PSI readings in .5 increments. If you forget to tap the power button when you're done, don't worry, the device will shut off automatically in 30-40 seconds.

$9 at Amazon

Always ready: TireTek Premium Car Tire Pressure Gauge

Easily attach this rubberized, handheld gauge on a valve stem thanks to the angled tip, which rotates into position. It can read up to 60 PSI within 2% accuracy and offers a bleed button for overfills. There are no additional parts, so it's an excellent alternative to more elaborate or battery-operated models.

$14 at Amazon

Professional grade: AstroAI Digital Tire Inflator with Pressure Gauge

Want to use the equipment the professionals have in their garages? This gauge can be hooked up to an air compressor to add air to tires, while also measuring their PSI from 0 to 250 (accurate within 1%). When you need to let air out, the bleeder trigger makes it easy, while the backlit LCD helps you keep tabs on the pressure.

$20 at Amazon

Bonus valve caps: Accutire MS-4021R Digital Tire Pressure Gauge

Take measurements of 5-150 PSI with .5 increments, and within .05 accuracy on this electronic gauge. The LCD is backlit so you can use it in dimly lit areas, and it has an auto-shutoff to preserve battery life. This gauge also comes with four-valve caps in the package, because they can quickly become damaged or lost during regular driving or riding.

$10 at Amazon

Road ready

Every car or bike owner should keep a tire pressure gauge on-hand. And for that, we think the JACO ElitePro Tire Pressure Gauge is the best option for most people doing their own maintenance. It has a two-inch, glow in the dark dial, and a bleeder valve when you need to let the air out. It can also reach valves that are under challenging angles, thanks to the HybridFlex hose.

Want something more compact? The Milton Pencil Tire Pressure Gauge can fit almost anywhere. It doesn't need batteries so that you can keep it safely in the car. You can also count on the nylon slider to maintain your reading so you can reference it before adding more air.

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