4-Pack: Tire Valve Stem Caps Pressure Monitor

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This tire valve fits on any standard size existing tire valve stem. Visually alerts you when the tire pressure is low to help avoid premature tire wear or blowouts from under-inflated tires.

Indication:
Green shows that tire pressure is normal.
Yellow shows that the pressure is down about 5 pounds.
Red alerts you that the pressure is down by at least 10 pounds.

Installation and Directions:
1. Determine the correct tire pressure for your tires.
2. Inflate tire to correct pressure.
3. Install the new pressure cap tight.
4. Simply look at the color to know if your tire is low or normal.

SKU: 
744
Condition: 
Brand New
Packaging: 
Hassle Free
    Features: 
  • 4-Pack: Tire Valve Stem Caps Pressure Monitor with 3 Color Eye Alert
  • Material: Chromed Metal
  • Fits on any standard size existing tire valve stem
  • Visually alerts you when the tire pressure is low
  • A safety precaution must-have
  • 3 Color Alert: Green, Yellow and Red
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Great product that actually works! Get some and you will love these too!
These are great! Bought them for a stocking stuffer thinking they wouldn't work but my husband loves them. They really do work.
May 26, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
okay.
Seem to work okay..........................................
August 11, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
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Why did you choose this?
Daily Sale Store
Good price
Deborah D S on Mar 26, 2017
Good price and dependable shipping.
Alan J on Mar 19, 2017
Good price
Deborah D S on Mar 26, 2017
Looks like a helpful product.
Gregory C on Mar 25, 2017
Good price and dependable shipping.
Alan J on Mar 19, 2017
I always worry about my tires being low, so hopefully this will help me know if they are or not.
M J on Mar 16, 2017
Simple visual alert
Theodore S on Mar 16, 2017
easy to get pressure in tires.
Estel O on Mar 16, 2017
Easy to read,no more tire gauge all the time.
Kevin F on Mar 14, 2017
For my daughter.
James L. W on Mar 13, 2017
i need it
efren c on Mar 11, 2017
Quick way of checking pressure.
Raphael R on Mar 11, 2017
My husband's tpm no longer work's, when he bought new tires Walmart did not know how to replace tires with tpm and threw away sensor's, this will help him to know when his tire's are low.
Carmen T on Mar 10, 2017
so I know what the pressure is
Annemarie M on Mar 8, 2017
need to monitor pressure
Robert H on Mar 2, 2017
Tire care and safety
jean t on Mar 1, 2017
I will always know what my tire pressure is.
Bobby C on Mar 1, 2017
cost effect and it's great to keep tire pressure accurate
YULONDA J on Feb 27, 2017
sounded good for monitoring tire pressure
Allen R on Feb 26, 2017
having problems with tire pressure. Now I can keep better tire pressure
Richard L. R on Feb 24, 2017
I like the idea of just looking to see if the tire needs air.
Kenneth J on Feb 24, 2017
Good price,hope it is a good product!
Gary S on Feb 21, 2017
Handy product insuring proper tire inflation.
Alex S on Aug 26, 2016
Looks like a helpful product.
Gregory C on Mar 25, 2017
I always worry about my tires being low, so hopefully this will help me know if they are or not.
M J on Mar 16, 2017
How can I order this product when it is always out of stock?
Dorothy C on Jul 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I do apologize, we have no immediate plans to restock in this item. However please feel free to check our site regularly, as we list new deals daily.
do these work on bicycle tires?
A shopper on Feb 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: put a set on each of my girl's car tires, they told me they didn't think they worked that well.One would assume the are set to change color when the tire pressure drops below a certain level, since your car tires only take about 35# they are suppose to change color when pressure goes down below a certain pressure most likely 20#, a bicycle tire usually takes around 40-50 pounds and it will be obvious if they are down to 20#.