About Blackburn Honest Digital Air Pressure Gauge
Way More Accurate Than a Squeeze. Can you tell the difference between 15psi and 17psi? No you can't. We can't either, but Blackburn’s digital gauge can. Today's wider, lower pressure tires are more pressure-critical than back when we just used to put as much pressure in as the pump could stand. It's not about fending off flats these days, it's about grip. And the difference between too much and not enough can be as little as a couple of pounds of pressure. The days of 'giving it a squeeze' are over. You need Blackburn’s help.
Weight: 72 grams
Contents: Shrader valve depresser to assist with deflating
Precision: Accurate within 1% of pressure, rated to 150 psi
PSI: Rated from 1-150 psi
Swivel Head: It’s hard enough getting the perfect tyre pressure without craning your neck to see what the gauge says. Blackburn’s swivel head is visible at all angles.
Backlit Display: All hail the glowing screen. The backlit screen is easy to see whether checking tyres on a dawn raid, or just fumbling around in the back of the garage.
Audible: Is it done yet? An audible chime lets you know when you’re powered on, and when pressure is registered, so you’re not standing around, waiting like a lemon.
Air Bleed Button: Button on the pump head to micro-adjust pressure.
Accurate to 1%: What good is a gauge that isn’t accurate? The honest digital gauge is accurate to within 1% of inflated pressure.
In 1975, Jim Blackburn looked at the at the emerging cycling culture and knew he could make a difference. That meant thinking from the user's perspective, showing respect for materials and their functionality, while bringing unprecedented innovation. Over the years, they've taken those principles to build gear that allow people to go further, do more and be prepared for anything.