TireMinder Wireless Tire Pressure Monitor Keeps Your Tires In Check

Posted: Sep 5 2010, 11:47am CDT | by , in Shopping | Hot Gadgets


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The TireMinder is available at Sharper Image for $299.99.

You can save money, tires, and feel safer knowing your tires are inflated properly with the TireMinder Wireless Tire Pressure Monitor. It helps with gas mileage and can also help with safely issues that can arise from your tires being inflated too much or too little. Now you can keep track of this wirelessly from the comfort of your car.

You simply install four transmitters via the valve stem and constantly monitor tire pressure and temperature of all four of you tire. Readings are sent to the easy-to-read digital monitor. They are accurate within 1 psi, so you always know when your tires are low as an audio and visual alarm alerts when air pressure is too low or tire temperature is too high. This is a great gadget to have added to your car for your family's safety and for better gas mileage. Get yours today.

The TireMinder is available at Sharper Image for $299.99.

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