A: yes Precision tire pressure gauge. Had have it for the past 3 or 4 years.
A: I had 2 with the same/similar issue a year after I purchased them, all 7s or other random displays, changed the batteries no better. I ended up throwing them away. Too bad I really liked them when they were working.
A: It is defective. Have it replaced for free at any Home Depot. Huskys are only available at Home Depot and they come with lifetime warranty, so no receipt is required if you do not have it.
A: I have had mine for 6 months or more. It retains the measurment on the screen.
A: The tire gauge should continue to display the pressure reading even after you remove it from the valve. If yours does not then it may be defective. By the way air should not leak out while you are holding the gauge on the valve, try adjusting the angle of the gauge until no air escapes, this will also give you the most accurate reading.
A: This has a 'sample and hold' as standard function. Perhaps you are not getting a good seal on the valve stem, or there is 'crud' on the valve to gauge seal . You should not hear air escaping from the tire when using this. The gauge holds the stable reading for several seconds before it powers off.
A: The gauge I have does maintain the pressure reading after it is removed. I suggest returning it a getting another. I like how my guage works and would buy it again.
A: Use two hands and hold this pressure gauge so tight to the valve stem of the tire that no air can be heard leaking, except for a small hiss when first putting it on. When held on tight for a few seconds and removed, the pressure should stay on the readout so you can easily read it. Once it is on and the readout says 0, it is ready to use as described above. Do not press the red button once it is on. There is an auto shut off feature too so if it has shut off while you are trying to read it, you won't see any numbers on the display. I have one in each vehicle and they all work well and are easy to use.
A: It might not work on some "fancy" alloy-spoked wheels but will work on most wire-spoked ones.
A: It should fit. The head is at about 45 degrees to the body and it works fine with bicycle tires.
A: As long as there is room between the stem and the hub it will work fine. I use it on 14" bike tires with straight metal stems .
A: depends on the location of the valve stem on the motorcycle wheel. Also only with shrader valve. I've owned my husky air gauge for a couple years now and it works great, I believe its fairly accurate on its reading too!
A: I don’t see why not, I use on my bicycle tires