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Staun Tire Deflators cost me about $60 and have been very useful. It took me a while to justify $60 on something that just deflates my tires but if you off-road a lot, you know how annoying it is to deflate with just a pressure gauge.

They thread onto your tires' valves stems and deflate all of your tires to your desired, preset pressure. You can adjust the preset pressure from 6 to 30 PSI and the setting can be changed an infinite number of times. They're constructed from solid brass for both corrosion resistance and resilience.

* fully adjustable without the use of tools from 6 to 30 PSI
* preset to 18 PSI
* desired pressure can be reset an infinite number of times
* suitable for all types of offroad vehicles
* fast and accurate
* solid brass construction
* attractive design

https://www.expeditionexchange.com/staun/
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I have been wanting a set, but the $50+ price tag has always been too steep for my blood. I wheel a lot and the use of a gauge is annoying as all get out. I have been planning on ordering one of those $12 sets of deflators that don't automatically stop for you but havn't yet.
 

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I have a set, got them for christmas!!

They work great.
 

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There are many great deflators on the market, but I bought a set of Staun's after freezing my hands trying to air down on two different snow runs.
 

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Got'em, Love'em! Well worth the money.
 
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