Works great. Setup can be simplified by using a bicycle tire to get them all set to the target pressure. Take your time with the fine tuning and you'll be more than happy. Came in a nice storage bag.
I have ran some of the other similar deflators and they all work the same to me. you will notice different shut off pressures if you are driving, but you shouldn't be driving when these are on the tires. I have mine set to 10 psi. on a 35x12.50R15 they deflate a little over 5 min. Use that time to disconnect sway bar.
By xj4play from CA
Work well, easy to use
Deflators are compact, easy to set end pressure, although there aren't any graduations or reference marks on them. I did observe that after setting them to 25 PSI using my Jeep's spare tire (30X10.5R15), when using them on my Frontier's tires they deflated to under 20 PSI.
By Grumpyoldretiredcop from Nevada
dude these work great!
got to pismo beach while at the kiosk paying 10 dollars a night,screwed these on then drove down the beach with a 30 foot toybox in tow.drove by a few stuck people who did not air down these work great!
By steve plumber from la mesa ca.
Love product but could be a little longer for larger hands
By Papasneeze from Dennis TX
The time spent off-road is limited. Anything that can increase the time you have for fun is a good thing. Being able do air down all four tires at the same time and to the same psi simply gives me more time off-roading. These deflaters are fast, are made of quality brass, and are adjustable to the pressure I want. I am on the back roads faster, meaning I am having more fun sooner. I love them.
By TJC from Chandler, AZ
Letting out hot air
Rating based mainly on two cons, not actual product performance. The instructions that came with the deflators are extremely vague and don't explain well how to dial in the desired pressure setting. The online product description said the deflators can be set as low as 8psi. Great, that's exactly the psi I want them to air my tires down to. I thought I'd be able to just set 'em to the lowest psi setting and that's it. However, there's no stop setting or lowest psi markings--the ends will just completely screw off the deflators. I need ol' Pete Cate's assistance.
By Homer from Oakland, CA
Would buy again
Air down for off road use.
One was defective when received, was replaced rapidly. Easy to set.
By lost desert rat from Yuma, AZ
Removal of air from tires. Check!
They take some initial set up but it's quite clear that the added traction from airing down is beneficial. What can I say about them? They let the air out of the tires. The last time I used them it was pouring rain and I was nice and dry inside the jeep while my buddies were outside with a tire gauge deflating one at a time. One finally gave up and I let him use these things. Since then he bought a set.
By The Guy from California
Quick and Easy
Set the PSI in your spare tire to the level you want (I set mine at 15 PSI),put the deflators on one at a time,turn the ring to set it and you're done. Don't forget to reinflate your spare to a higher PSI ( if that's where you keep it) when you're done. You can deflate all four tires at once in a matter of minutes. Works great.
By Desert Guy from El Cajon, Ca
THEY TAKE SOME TIME TO LET YOU DOWN BUT THERE SPOT ON ONCE YOU GET THEM SET. VERY EASY TO USE, JUST SCREW THEM ON AND WALK OFF.
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