Ditto....same one. Works fantastic. Plus, if you overshoot the pressure in the tire, all you do is hold the end on the tire stem valve and push the air release button on the gauge slowly until you find the desired pressure.
I had a gauge I trusted once. I killed a rear tire in less than 1200 miles. Finally figured out the pressure gauge was off by 5-6 psi and dang was I sad. So I went and bought a high falluten motion pro super duper fancy gauge. Paid over a hundred bucks for it but it is calibratable and we have a calibration shop at work. It works very well.
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