MAGNETIC TIRE GAUGE, psi 10 to 50, portable, car or bike air pressure test, SMT1305

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5000 Piece/Pieces (Min. Order)
Supply Ability:
5000 Piece/Pieces per Day
Port:
Ningbo, China or Shanghai, China
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Overview
Quick Details
Max Pressure:
< 100 Psi
Type:
Pencil
Certification:
Other
Place of Origin:
Zhejiang, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
SHUNMA
Model Number:
SMT1305
features:
with magnet
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
bulk or blister card
Delivery Time
30 days

Specifications

1. chrome-plated plastic head
2. 4 side plastic bar
3. pen-button with magnet
4. aluminium tube
5. different choice of color

 This will test from 10 to 50 psi.  It's magnetic & will stick to any metal surface.

Check you tires air pressure and improve your gas mileage.  A handy must have item. Also great for bike rides, any trip where a tire gauge could come in oh so handy.

 

Mini tire gauge with magnet
·Plastic head, aluminum tube
·4 side plastic bar
·Pressure range: 10-50 psi and 70-350 kpa

 

Tip: Scales selection (bar, Kpa, Kg/cm2, psi)

 

SCALE UNIT CONVERSION TABLE   1 BAR=100KPA

EQUAL TO

PSI(LB/IN2)

BAR

KG/CM2

1PSI

1

0.069

0.07

1BAR

14.5

1

1.02

1KG/CM2

14.2

0.98

1

 

Properly inflated tires:

  1. can improve gas mileage up to 10%
  2. improve car handling.

 

How to use

  1. Determine the proper pressure for your tires by checking the owner’s manual or driver’s side door jamb placard.
  2. Check tire pressure before driving when tires are cold.
  3. Press chuck onto the tire stem.
  4. The air pressure of your tire will be displayed.

 

Notes:

For accuracy, check pressure when tires are cold. Pressure increases with heat. Tires can lose one pound per month under normal conditions. Proper tire pressure improves gas mileage, handling, braking and durability.

 

Caution:

To avoid the possibility of eye injury, eye protection must be worn when using this gauge.

Do not exceed maximum pressure on gauge.

Dropping or severe jarring may impair accuracy of gauge.