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It worked great on a farm tractor. It should easily work on a motorcycle.
By NE farmer on May 11, 2018
I bought mine for my 63 Corvair because I was having problems with slow leaks in my spoke wheels. I found these to be very accurate and did help me iconfirm the one wheel that was suspect. I have set my low pressure at 19 PSI and the high at 35. The Corvair requires 20 PSI IN THE FRONT AND 30 in the rear. The extra 5 P… see more I bought mine for my 63 Corvair because I was having problems with slow leaks in my spoke wheels. I found these to be very accurate and did help me iconfirm the one wheel that was suspect. I have set my low pressure at 19 PSI and the high at 35. The Corvair requires 20 PSI IN THE FRONT AND 30 in the rear. The extra 5 PSI keeps the over pressure warning from being triggered by higher temps from driving. Hope that helps see less
By Dickl on May 6, 2018
No. It is not suitable for motorhome, caravan or trailers.Only equipped with 4 sensors is suitable for 4-wheel compact cars.
By Gracia on April 28, 2018
Pls exchange the tire to see the sensor is OK or not.If our sensor is broken, we will reship the new one to try.Ths.
By Cleveland on April 18, 2018
No. It will continue to parasitically draw current. It's a good idea to unplug it from the lighter.
By BKS on April 8, 2018
The sensors are labeled which tire they go on no sync required mine work awesome on my dodge ram
By Robert W. on April 10, 2018
Yes. Only two sensors works well . but other sensors show no data on the LED display. Pls you note it.
By Chaim on March 27, 2018
The range of pressure sensor is 0-116 psi. You would adjust it.
By Rina Aiuchi on March 27, 2018
I have not had a rapid loss of pressure. That said I did deflate all 4 of my tires from standard pressure of 50# down to 25# to run on soft sand terrain. I checked the pressure before deflating and then ~ 7-10min later after deflating all 4 tires checked the pressure with an analog tire gauge then checked the Cacagoo… see more I have not had a rapid loss of pressure. That said I did deflate all 4 of my tires from standard pressure of 50# down to 25# to run on soft sand terrain. I checked the pressure before deflating and then ~ 7-10min later after deflating all 4 tires checked the pressure with an analog tire gauge then checked the Cacagoo LCD display and the pressure of all 4 tires matched exactly the analog readings. I also live in a cold climate with my truck parked outside and when I start driving at highway speeds and the tire air starts to heat up I see the LCD display increasing in each tire 1 degree at a time until each tire reaches 70mph temperatures. If there is rapid loss of pressure you will feel it in the way your vehicle drives or trailer behaves so I would not worry about the wireless system. It most likely has a 1-3 second delay in reading based on the enclosed experience. I highly recommend this product and have had them installed for ~ 9 months. Also some reviewers were worried about the pressure gauge caps coming loose of fall off. That is ridiculous and not an issue at all during paved and off-road conditions. see less
By Mike Murphy on March 26, 2018
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December 9, 2018
By Tech Insider
October 20, 2017
I bought this tire pressure monitor for my brother's birthday as he always wanted one since he bought his car. Before giving it to him, I decided to test this smart device on my car. I have Infinity QX60, which has built-in tire pressure sensors, so I decided to compare data from native sensors with this tire pressure monitor. I was pretty surprised how accurate it is. It showed almost the same value as my vehicle showed. Using this device is a breeze, I just connected the sensors to the wheels and plugged in the monitor into the cigarette lighter and that was pretty much it. The monitor was not too big and fitted in my car perfectly, I assume it will work with my brother's car great as well. The sensors are slightly bigger than standard dust caps but this causes no problems. The pressure reading can be changed between PSI and BAR to suit your individual requirements and the temperature of the tires is also monitored. The user can also set high and low-pressure alarms so that the unit beeps when the pressure or temperature goes beyond theses levels. The display is very easy to read and even in a dark car at night - the blue text is not overpowering. Overall this is a great safety tool to install on your car, especially if it's older and doesn't have its own tire pressure sensors. Hope my brother will be excited with this tire pressure monitoring system as I am.
By Quality Testing and Full Analysis
October 17, 2017
.....Upon receiving any package, first appearance of the products packaging is very "crucial" to any one person's opinion. Appearance of the package is the responsibility of the seller. But remember, usually the seller is having their product shipped from another location / partner. That facility is responsible for the shipping and handling of the packaging. My first thought about the items packaging was a 10 on a scale of 1 - 10. ¸.•'¸.•*¸.•*'¨`*•.* *.¸¸.•*¨` .....I will begin my review with COOL. This TPMS system is pretty amazing for what it's developed for. Your higher end vehicles are equipped with these, and the price ranges are in the hundreds for there TPMS systems. These here are quality made with 2 ways of installing the inside screen monitor. One attachment you will plug directly into the screen monitor and from there directly into the cigarette lighter port. The other attachment you will affix the screen monitor to your dashboard, or to your windshield. Using that installation, you will use the supplied cigarette lighter plug with the long wire attachment on it. This unit has the blue backlit screen that has a brightness / dim control, and audible sounds when a problem is found. I finally figured out why on the display it was showing 5 tires on the vehicle screen display. Yes, it's for your spare tire. But this unit only comes with 4 tire sensors. In the settings you are able to disable the 5th sensor. It comes with 2 books. I panicked somewhat when I looked in the book to see the installation diagrams for the first style TPMS system. It involves you taking your vehicle to a tire shop and having your tires deflated to have the sensors mounted inside your rims. It's a costly job to pay for. But I looked inside the box to see that the TPMS unit is totally different. It's an updated model that allows anyone to have this working on any vehicle without having to break the tire bead off your rims. It's as simple as screw on the valve stem caps, and plug the monitor into your cigarette plug. In one book it shows you the diagram how to install the pieces, and the other book is the directions on how to change the settings to your liking. There are only 3 buttons you will be pressing to change the values. Directions are very easy to understand. 1). Press and hold the set button for 3 secs, or until the items on the display begin to blink, then release. 2). Press the set button again until you have the icon your wanting to change the value of is blinking. 3). Now press the up and down buttons to change the value of what your wanting. 4). Once you have the value set, press and hold the set button until the icon stops flashing. Do this for every item you want to change. EXAMPLE of things to change: Change bars to psi Change C* Celsius to F* Fahrenheit Change low tire pressure alarm psi Change high tire pressure alarm psi ETC...... *****IMPORTANT***** Many people don't know it, but to get your air pressure to the correct amount, always check and either inflate or deflate the air in your tires, when your tires are not in direct sunlight, and when vehicle hasn't been driven for an hour or more. Driving and direct sunlight will cause your tires to expand giving you higher air pressure readings. You will see this in my pictures. The left side tires of my vehicle were inflated to 35 psi. The right side of my tires I wasn't able to get to just yet. You will notice the air pressure in my tires went higher in psi because of the heat that is made when the tires are in motion on a hot road or because of friction created when rubber meets the roadways. You will also notice the temperature of the tires will increase with driving. I totally love this TPMS unit and know you will as well. I haven't one negative remark to make about this unit. I definitely recommend this to anyone that's wanting to be able to monitor the air in their tires. I have left you pictures with the steps you take to have a successful install. ¸.•'¸.•*¸.•*'¨`*•.* *.¸¸.•*¨` ......When making any purchase, I take the time in reading others reviews and make any comparisons with theirs against my results. I then leave as much honest ( positive or negative ) information as possible from my testing of the said product in order to help others. As in all my reviews, I do update when a problem occurs with any product that's out of the ordinary. Also I sometimes check in to update about the enjoyment I'm still receiving from my purchases. My review here, is strictly based on my personal opinions, and experience.
October 15, 2017
I had no idea this type of product existed! I have cheap tires in my car and my kids have no idea how to change them, so it is going to be very useful for them to alert me when their tires get low. It's never happened to me before but I know people who have had their tires blow at the worst possible times. I should tell my nephew about this little gizmo because one time I saw him drive up and you could just tell his tires were way too low and his car didn't alert him because it is an older model. The installation was very easy, especially if you have ever had to deal with a car tire before. It is a good skill anyway because you will need to pump your tires at some point regardless. So far so good with this system though, I'm not even a technical guy but it feels better to know I don't have to worry about losing too much tire pressure.
By Dr. Snagglepuss
October 11, 2017
This is exactly what I wanted for my older Honda. My Honda had tire pressure warning but no display to see the exact PSI. This was a great solution and measures each tires PSI individually. It even displays outside temperature which I thought was a nice bonus. It couldn't be any easier to install as everything is wireless. All of the caps are pre-configured to pair with the receiver so it's basically just plug and play. They even came with anti-theft washers in case you have a tire valve thief lurking in your neighborhood. :P It also has two different ways to mount it. You can plug it directly into the cigarette lighter or you can plug an adapter into the lighter and mount the display on your dash. This is what I did since my cars cigarette lighters is mounted in the most inconvenient spot imaginable--it's practically on the floor. Good job Honda engineers. O.o In any case, the wire was plenty long enough so I could mount it to my dash. Each cap has markings to let you know which tire it goes on, ie. LF=Left Front, LR=Left Rear, RR=Right Rear, etc. I used an external pressure gauge and it matched the readings on this unit exactly. Not only is the display large and easy to read but it also has audio warnings. You have to set this up manually at first. Just input the lowest and highest PSI you want and if it deviates from that range it will alert you. Really cool and convenient device that fits my need perfectly and works great!
By Nand Kishore Gajarajan
September 19, 2017
Our Nissan Rouge does have the TPMS but it does not show the individual tire pressures like our Jeep Cherokee does. With my wife driving the Nissan mostly, I wanted to get something that is easy to install and also reliable. Reading prior reviews and product details on Amazon, I ended up buying the Cacagoo Wireless TPMS with temperature (external sensors). I feared the hassle of installing the internal sensors and got the external option. Having said that, installing and setting up this system was a breeze. Within a few mins, I was able to get it going with no issues.I was able to install the sensors, configure the screen and it was ready. I like the anti-theft option and the battery replacement option too. This is definitely a 5-star product. However, there is something that the manufacturer can improve. The Spanner that was provided is very weak. If you torque the 4 tire valves a bit harder, it might damage the spanner. Please take note of this! Also, out of curiosity, I installed it on my Jeep Cherokee and checked with the system readings. 3 of the 4 tires shows exact same numbers while the 4th was off by 1psi (which, to me, is acceptable). It has been over 4 weeks now and with no regrets, I can say that this device is working great and I hope it works the same in the Winters too. Overall great product and I definitely recommend this product to friends and family
By Josh Kramer
September 6, 2017
Very simple to use and install. One thing I noticed is that when the unit loses power, you have to reset all of the parameters. Other than that, this is a really nice system. Each tire pressure sensor is marked to which tire it goes on. There are 4 sensors included. You cannot add more than the included 4 sensors. I will be using this to monitor my trailer tires. The kit includes 2 different mounting styles and power supplies. Also includes nuts to install before the tire sensors in order to “lock” the sensors so they can not be easily stolen. Nice kit for the money!
By Alex Bass
October 21, 2017
I have had nothing but tire pressure problems since first getting my car back in 2009. I have a 2005 Subaru Impreza and had no idea that something like this existed. So many times I have been driving and feeling like my tire pressure is low. I got so frustrated with 1 tire randomly deflating a bit that I bought an air pressure inflator to keep in my car. It got to the point where I was checking my tires so frequently because it always felt like my car wasn't driving properly. Then I stumbled across these and wow, it has been great. I was worried about spending this kind of money to them because for all I know, someone could just take them off my car. The anti-theft washer seems to work well. Wasn't that tough to install either. It will probably take me about 30 seconds to remove it with the proper tools so that inconvenience isn't that bad either. The only thing I am worried about now is the battery life in each of the sensors. I wonder how long they will last. There were steps in the guide for replacing them so I suppose we will be seeing eventually how that goes. For the time being though, very happy with it and just wish I found these sooner. Never even though to look for something like this.
October 15, 2017
It's ridiculous how cheap these sensors are to buy. Never again, I am going to BMW just to fix a tire valve sensor. Never. This system isn't the one that you need to cut the valve and insert the sensor. They are just the caps. They come with nuts that screw on first then you put on the cap and then tighten the nut back so that it doesn't get stolen by some crazy opportunist. The monitor isn't expensive or hi-tech. It is basic basic. There are three buttons on it. Set, up and down. You can set the high pressure alarm ( mine is at 44 psi) and the low pressure alarm ( mine is at 25 psi). That's it. You can switch to bar as well. They give you a car charger of course and two different ways to set it up on the mantel. Velcro or a connector for the cigerrtte lighter. Now, this is important. Make sure when you put the caps on that the tops of the caps stay on completely. If they don't then you need to take them off and screw the cap back on with the tools that they give you ( read the instruction manual). Otherwise you can do it by hand but don't force it otherwise you will destroy the threading. The battery is inside the sensor so you can unscrew it to replace it every year. Also, you need to give the tires a minute to calibrate the pressure so just take the car around the block and your real tire pressure should show up. I haven't found an error in the monitor so far. We will see what happens in the winter. * Don't go through a car wash with the sensors on, just in case. I haven't tried it. The caps are water proof though. It's been raining here for a week.
By Gary C
October 14, 2017
This TPMS is exactly what I was looking for. I bought this because we haul a 5th wheel camper that's 43 feet long and I need to know if I've blown a tire or if one is going flat before it completely explodes off the rim. From the cab of my truck to the camper tires is about 20 feet and this unit picks up the signal beautifully! I can set my min/max pressures, my temps and keep a good eye on them all while traveling down the road. No more worries and adjusting my mirrors to see if all the tires are still there! The display is small enough to be out of the way yet large enough to read easily. It's not too bright but just right for day or night driving. All the information is well laid out and very easy to read with a quick glance. The anti-theft set up is pretty ingenious too. It took me a few minutes to figure it out but it works. And to replace the batteries requires the plastic handles for the wrench. There are 2 sides to the handle which are front and back of the sensor. This also works great as long as you pack it all in your glove box or center console. Don't forget them!
By Tim Tapscott
October 10, 2017
I wasn't sure what to expect from this TPMS set, but since my truck had a screw in the tire recently and I didn't realize it until after driving a few miles, I thought it would be a good idea to monitor the pressures. For the price, it's actually a pretty decent system. I love that it's wireless, since i was definitely not going to install internal sensors. After plugging in the monitor and screwing in the sensors, it immediately read what seems to be reasonable readings. I'm going to need to inflate one tire since it's showing low (and I believe the sensor), so we'll see what it reads after inflation. The only issue I had was that my set came with instructions for an internal TPMS sensor kit. It freaked me out at first because I was not willing to take the tire off the rim in order to install these (hence the wireless!). But it seems to be pretty straightforward. The only thing I haven't completely figured out yet is the monitor settings, but that has its own manual, which did come with the set. Overall, this is a relatively straightforward installation and seems to be pretty precise.
By Shopper Aficionado
October 8, 2017
CACAGOO Wireless Real-time TPMS Tire Pressure Monitoring System with Large Clear LCD Display Real-time Alarm Function PSI BAR Units Selection Black (4 External Sensors) So recently about 2 weeks ago, I developed a flat tire and even though my car transmits a warning when my tires are decreasing in pressure it still doesn't allow me to know which tire really is low on pressure unless I check each and one of my tires with a pressure gauge. So after looking on the internet, I finally found this product which is just what I am looking for. No more running on flats, this product allows me to know right away which tire is low on pressure allowing me to fill it up with air right away or get it fixed which ever is needed. The bottom line this item will save you, most people will drive not knowing anything until it is too late. Great product - high quality material used, shipped in nice product box, great manual that is very informative.
By Darrell S.
October 8, 2017
Very happy with this product. It was harder to install than I originally anticipated, but once I got it installed I really liked it. It is a quality product and measures the pressure on each tire exactly. It's nice to be able to know what the pressure on each tire is without getting out and testing it. One benefit that I didn't anticipate is the ability to know if you've picked up a nail or if you have a leak in one of your tires. Fortunately it hasn't happened to me yet as I've been driving, but I look forward to having that available to me next time I pick up a nail.
By Patrick Y.
October 3, 2017
Usually I don't like to judge a book by its cover but you can really tell the quality of the product by the packaging. It comes beautifully packaged, in a very sturdy thick box (same quality as the boxes from beats headphones) not some cheap flimsy cardboard. I know, packaging shouldn't matter but in most cases companies are showing they care about their product and this company is no different. I honestly never heard of this company before but just decides to try and im glad I did. Real review starts here... The product is awesome and it comes with everything you need. The valve caps are basic looking but you dont want any attention to them. They seem durable, but for now I can say they work great as long as you follow the instructions and put them on using the nuts and the provided tool. The screen is my favorite part. Why? Because its small and you can either mount it right onto a swivel ball mount on the car charger or wherever you want with a provided mount that connects to a different car charger with long cord. Trust me, its just a tire pressure monitor, you dont need a big screen or anything big taking up space getting in the way. You want to keep the car with a clean minimalistic look and this will do it. I will attach a picture with the screen next to a regular sized key for comparison. Please let me know if this review was helpful to you by clicking the button.
October 2, 2017
A lot more simple to install than I thought. The hardest part was doing the settings such as to setup for PSI, temperature reading (C or F) and the low and high pressure warnings. What is nice is I can unplug this from the 12v source and it retains the settings. This way I do not have to reprogram it. It is really nice now I can monitor all the pressure in my car that is 11 years old now that did not come with a tire pressure gauge. It did not seem to affect the balance even though the pressure detectors have a little weight to them. There is a nut to put on the tire stem to help keep the sensors tight on the valve stem. The only problem I had with it is the tool came apart for tightening down the detector on the stem. All the detectors are marked to tell you which tire they go on. It does not say this in the instructions as it uses numbers. But other than these small issues, I am glad I got it. The visual blinking and audio alert makes it easy to check if the pressure is to high or low. It also monitors the tire temps. The LCD screen is easy to see from several angles. Make sure you keep the tool in your car so it is easy to remove the sensor and adjust air pressure in the tire. Remember to use the cars recommended values and this is the best way to make sure it stays there. If you have found my product review to be helpful, please hit the helpful button. If you have any questions about my experience with this product, please leave me a comment. Thank you for taking the time to read my review.
June 30, 2018
Had the unit for a couple of weeks now, and my only significant issue is with the instructions. They're fairly good for setting the parameters for tire pressure, temperature, etc, but say absolutely nothing about how the unit itself is turned on and off (there is no on/off button). So, for those of you that are wondering: STANDBY MODE Once the unit has been on for awhile and there hasn't been any vehicle movement (like when you're parked), the unit display will go black. However, it's still on- any movement, even getting into the vehicle and closing the door, will power it up again. Other hints: PAIRING THE SENSORS WITH THE UNIT They don't tell you this in the instructions, but each of the sensors is labeled for each tire- “RF” for right front, “LR” for left rear, etc. While the instructions do suggest that you can switch the sensors to different tires. if you pay attention to the sensor labels and put them in the right place, the tires will pair automatically to the correct place on the display. Its colorful, easier to read, and sticks better in the lighter (it doesnt just fall out like the cheaper brands). And since the screen sits in the middle (and not off to the left or right like the other brands) it fits in my space better.
By Ms. B
October 16, 2017
I have an older model Honda civic that doesn't come paired with the tire pressure monitoring. I frequently find myself needing my tires inflated but never really know when they are under. After removing the tire and in stalling monitor. My only concern is How these will hold up during tire rotations. I didn't like the idea of giving up my car outlet but in the name of safety I've learned to sacrifice. After the initial install everything else is a breeze. I'm inclined to believe that I'm getting a an accurate read because the tire gauge and monitor read the same. Also make sure you attach it securely so that you don't cause the leak.
By Lovella B Forman
September 20, 2017
- Works well, took about 20 minutes to fit and get it going. - Took a few tries to detect the right sided sensors, so don't worry if you get 00 and a few beeps. - don't tighten the lock nuts until you've checked it's receiving a signal from each. That's provided you choose to use them, because if somebody wants them they'll get them and probably do more damage to your tyre with the lock-nuts on. - If the pressure drops too low or it fails to detect a sensor, an audible alarm sounds. - Interesting how the pressure rises a bit (particularly the fronts) on motorway journeys and temperature of newer tyres seems to be a bit higher than worn in ones. -Two options of pressure unit: bar / psi. The factory default pressure unit is psi, and it can be changed to bar according to users’ demand.
September 4, 2017
Love, love, love this thing! Display is very clear and bright. EASY to read. (about 60 seconds.) It allows a remote mount which I used that allows you to wire it up and mount it from the windshield. (Comes with the stick on bracket.) NOTE: I put this right above the rear view mirror for easy fo visibility but at night it's so bright that it interferes with my vision when looking into the rear view mirror. I plan in finding a piece of window tint to try and cut it down. Other than that, love it. Recommended to everyone who drives a car w/o factory TPMS. Not only that, but the whole unit costs less than one OEM sensor and you can easily change the batteries in these sensors.
September 3, 2017
Hago bastantes kilómetros al día y un amigo le comentó a mi marido la existencia de estos kit para monitorizar los neumáticos y se decidió a comprarlo, principalmente porque llevar la presión correcta en las ruedas es un ahorro de dinero y segundo porque podemos además nos ofrece información de la temperatura del neumático, por lo que es un doble elemento de seguridad. Estos sensores son exteriores y son bastantes fáciles de colocar: - Primeramente se quita la capucha que llevan nuestros neumáticos y se pone la tuerca de seguridad. - A continuación se rosca el sensor teniendo en cuenta su posición, que viene indicada en la parte de arriba. Para fijar los sensores correctamente deberemos roscar en sentido contrario a las agujas del reloj y con ayuda de la llave inglesa la tuerca de seguridad para que quede bien sujeto al sensor. - A continuación simplemente colocamos el sensor en el coche, bien en el salpicadero o bien con el soporte directamente al mechero del coche y ya tendremos la información de los neumáticos disponible. En el display veremos tanto la presión del neumático como la temperatura. La pieza de plástico redonda sirve para abrir el sensor y cambiarle la batería. La batería durará inicialmente unos dos años y viene incluida, por lo que no tendremos que preocuparnos. El display nos permite configurar tanto una presión alta como baja de alarma, por lo que si nuestras ruedas superan o bajan de la presión fijada como crítica, el display comenzará a pitar. La verdad que el sensor es bastante exacto y aunque llevo usándolo un par de días estoy muy satisfecha con la compra, ya que me aporta una seguridad extra. A destacar que vienen en una caja bastante bien presentado y completamente plastificada por lo que creo que puede ser un buen regalo. El único pero que le podría poner es que evidentemente estos sensores se ven bastante más que la típica capucha, pero evidentemente la funcionalidad también es muy distinta. Salvo por este punto, creo que es un producto muy recomendado sobre todo para personas que como yo, hacemos bastantes kilómetros al día.
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