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NRS Digital Pressure Gauge


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The bright, easy-to read display of the NRS Digital Pressure Gauge helps you keep the air pressure in your inflatable raft, cataraft, kayak, SUP or body board exactly where you want it.
  • Proper air pressure gives your inflatable its best performance and protects it from damage caused by over-inflation.
  • As the gauge comes it works on all Leafield and military valves.
  • By adding the Kwik Check Adapter Tip, Item # 80084.01, you can use the gauge on Halkey-Roberts, Summit and similar valves. Extend the screw in the base of the gauge to sufficiently depress the valve stem on these valves.
  • Gauge reads from 0-15 psi, in hundredths of a psi.
  • Powered by two easily-replaceable AAA batteries (not included).
  • Backlit display and large digital numerals make the gauge easy to read in all lighting conditions.
  • The gauge is not waterproof; protect it from immersion.
  • Soft rubber housing protects against impact from drops and rough transportation.
  • Also reads in KPa, Bar and Kgf/cm2.

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Product Tips

  • NRS has found this gauge works well with Energizer batteries. Other batteries may have a smaller positive terminal nub which does not make the proper contact to function correctly.

Dimensions: 2 7/8" diameter x 1 1/4" thick x 4 5/8" long
Weight: 5 oz
  • Fits all Leafield and military valves
  • With optional adapter, fits Halkey-Roberts, Summit and similar valves (see Product Info text)
  • Measures 0-15 psi
  • Backlit display
  • Large digital numerals
  • Soft rubber protective housing
  • Runs on 2 AAA batteries (not included)
  • Also reads in KPa, Bar and Kgf/cm2