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    Re: Tyre pressure gauge.

    Venhill as mentioned twice above does the trick. No batteries to conk out when needed most. The Race X one at £10 looks like a bargain if its accurate!

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    Re: Tyre pressure gauge.

    Quote Originally Posted by alex View Post
    FM! Thats some wedge to spend on tyre pressures.
    I mean I know they need to be right, but still...

    - Alex
    Quote Originally Posted by masho46 View Post
    Cheers guys food for thought apart from the last one £270 for a pressure gauge.����
    Ye I Know, thank the lord that I did not have to pay for it. But its what Dunlop use so I have to use the same so get same readings as there checked every time they come in and recorded

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    Re: Tyre pressure gauge.


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    Re: Tyre pressure gauge.

    I've got that Venhill, it's good but find it can be a PIA to get the end on the valve properly in that if it isn't lined up or sits squarely I find it lets more air out of the tyre than measure pressure, still can't get use to it.

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    Re: Tyre pressure gauge.

    Bought the Venhill today, found out my Oxford was well off (probably dropped too many times). Used the info in this thread to decide on my purchase.

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    Re: Tyre pressure gauge.

    I use the Venhill one that came free with my tyre warmers, works perfectly well.
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    Re: Tyre pressure gauge.

    Expensive - but the best:

    https://prismaelectronics.com/en

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    Re: Tyre pressure gauge.

    Quote Originally Posted by Froggypimp View Post
    Expensive - but the best:

    https://prismaelectronics.com/en
    I thought my old fooked longacre pro was expensive at the time.
    They look some serious bit of kit froggy.
    I currently using a cheap venhill gauge
    For now.
    I am Impressed with the quality.





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    Re: Tyre pressure gauge.

    On this thread I bought a venhill so I have 2 brands to check off each other.

    Having the rear folding out of long bends isn't nice feeling cos your only 22 instead of 26/28.

    A lesson was learned that day

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    Re: Tyre pressure gauge.

    How do we know which reads the most accurate?
    Speed doesnt kill, its how fast you stop.......

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