Bike It Pressure Alert Valve Cap
Tyre pressure monitoring valve capView full details
Customer Reviews for Bike It Pressure Alert Valve Cap
Quick check tyre pressure
Been using these on successive bikes for years. So got a new bike and a set. People worry about getting them, off because of corrosion, easily solved with a bit of grease on the threads. Then there are the ones who don't like the fact they hold the pressure back. If they leak you will know by the colour unlike if the valve leaks. Made sure I got the quality ones though, had cheap Chinese copies that did leak.Read more
READ THIS Before you buy. Seriously...
Bit of an essay, sorry folks. I've been using these for several years. Great idea, the valve cap shows green when everything is fine and red when your tyre is under inflated. I reckon I'm of average intelligence, but I'd never bothered to think about how these caps work. Put simply, they override the valve in your tyre. All that stands between the air in your tyre and the outside world is a thin piece of transparent plastic. Today I went into the garage and found my rear tyre completely flat. Long story short, the valve cap had failed and emptied the tyre. How that happened in my garage, I don't know, but if it had occurred on the motorway. Think very hard before you buy these. Your life might depend on 'em...Read more
A clever little device to save time and keep you safe on the road. Easy to use and fit, what more could you want they work great.Read more
Great idea in theory but.....
A great idea in theory but when you put these on the only thing ensuring your tyre stays inflated is the dust cap seal as they have to press down on the main tyre pressure valve to operate. Disabling a valve that stays shut due to the pressure in the tyre for one where the air will always be trying to escape is not a good idea. I did not fit would rather check manually, especially on a motorcycle.Read more
Checked tyre pressures then fitted the caps they read green so seem to be doing the job. They seem to be well made and don't look out off place either.Read more
Look to be good quality and very handy for a quick check of the tyre pressures. They won't fit correctly however, if you have a 90 degree valve fitted, especially on the front. They interfere with the front calipers due to the extra length to the valve stem that they create.Read more
Useful, but not perfect
I was hoping that they would indicate if the pressure fell below 1 PSI, but it has to go 1-2 PSI below the set pressure before anything starts to show. My rear tyre pressure is 36PSI, so I chose the 34PSI model. However, the pressure needs to drop below 34 PSI, therefore I am not notified until the pressure is way below the correct setting.Read more
I thought I was purchasing a pack of three of these as it shows three in the advert. This is not the case, the three illustrations indicate three different alerts. Therefore I was shocked to only receive one! Very expensive and easily stolen too.Read more
Quickly check for low pressure before you ride out, have used these for yearsRead more
Good so far
Seem to be working well so far, haven't tested them to see how Accurate they are, but at least I can see at a glance whether I have a puncture. They are a fairly obvious add on though, so will be interested to see if they get nickedRead more
Bike It Pressure Alert Valve Cap
- 4 versions available
- Supplied individually
- Alerts you of pressure loss
Simple but effective valve caps that constantly monitor tyre pressure and alert you of pressure loss. Each cap has a minimum pressure rating, when tyre pressure is above the minimum a green ring shows - all OK. If pressure drops below the minimum rating, a red ring shows - time to inflate and check tyres. Select the lowest PSI limit nearest to the bike manufacturer's recommended tyre pressure.
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Questions and Answers
I have a 2010 bonneville se and want to buy 2 of these items could you advise me on which ones I require please. My recommended pressures are 33psi front and 41 rear. Many thanksMay 21, 2018
You should select the lowest PSI limit nearest to the bike manufacturer's recommended tyre pressure. So, you will need PSI Limit 30 and 40.
These seem great, but the car variant on Amazon gets very bad reviews what's the difference if any ?April 3, 2018
The Bike It Pressure Alert Valve Caps are manufactured for motorcycle use only, therefore unfortunately we are unable to advise.
Hi, I have got the Ducati 939 Supersport 2017. It says in the hand book that the front tyre runs 36 PSI and their rear is 36 PSI, which ones would I need? Thanks.August 7, 2017
You should select the lowest PSI limit nearest to the bike manufacturer's recommended tyre pressure. So, you will need PSI Limit 34, Range 35 - 37.
Possibly a silly question..... My rear tyre runs at 36psi so that's fairly simple However, my rear tyre runs at 33psi, do I need the 32psi cap or the 34psi cap? Thanks.February 21, 2017
You would need the PSI 30 valve cap, which covers from 32-34 PSI.
Hi, will the other option (35-37 psi) be in stock soon?February 9, 2017
These are now in stock and can be selected bu using the drop down box.
Probs a stupid question. Do they come in pairs? I can't find that info out..January 26, 2017
The Bike It Pressure Alert Valve Caps are sold individually, not as a pair.
How is the pressure set on the valve?June 18, 2012
The Pressure alert valve caps are factory pre-set to their respective values.
Is the price (3.99) for one valve cap, or a pair?October 10, 2011
The Bike It Pressure alert valve caps are priced individually.
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