BBB BMP-90 Pressure Gauge
Digital tyre pressure meter.
- Digital tire pressure meter.
- Maximum readable pressure: 11 bar.
- Compatible with both Presta and Schrader valves.
- Auto off power-saver function.
Mal Simple yet essential, especially when adjusting tyre pressure makes such a difference when riding in a Scottish winter 👍
Mr Cann Good cheap accurate pressure gauge, whats not to like.
Paul C Thought this was a tad flimsy on first view but it's worked very well and accuracy measured against a more expensive one is spot on. The reversible Schroder / Presta adapter is the icing on the cake. Recommended.
Jordan Durable, does a good job. Shuts off automatically. Can't go wrong!
Mr gallagher Easier to use than others and more compact. Con: no facility to let air out to get to correct pressure
Rooster84 Use this for my MTB as I want to get to accurate pressure within my tyres. It works well but it is a fiddle to get it off the valve. Overall good value for money.
John A great addition to the toolkit - no more guesswork with tyre pressures, all at great value
Geoff Compact , easy to use. Great.
Mr. Poopy pants Accurate and very handy
Des Well I've found out one thing since purchasing this your floor pump gauge isn't that accurate at all. Good to have this to know that I've got accurate tyre pressure.
Mr Rosenzweig Easy to use, beats needing to use my floor pump to check tyre pressures.
Andy Really good gauge at a very reasonable price! Would very much recommend.
CMan Works; better if it had a pressure release valve
Walter Work great, for this price, I highly recommend, I use it on my mtb
Pete Bought this for karting use and it is accurate enough. Not the best plastic but, maybe it will last the usage.
Mr Bramley Small, light, simple to use. Bought to measure fat tyre pressure. Good price, quick delivery.
Mr Grant Easy to use and light - good for checking hand pump pressures
Thisdell I bought this gauge to check the accuracy of the dial gauge on my Silca track pump, and am pleased to find they agree. But - the BBB digital is another level of precise reading, and very easy to use, too - also, at lowish pressures (cyclo-cross), there's much more confidence. And, it's nicely made, very compact and the price is right.
Neil Appears to be reasonably accurate when compared to benchmark pressures on three different track pumps (best I could do to DIY judge calibration). I primarily use it so that I could play with low pressure set ups on MTB tyres and it fulfills the task well for a reasonable price