Tyre Pressure Monitoring System - Wireless
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Get real time info on tire pressures and tyre air temperature. A huge safety advantage, know what your tyre pressures are when you jump on your bike. Easy to install and operate, this system uses replacement valve caps to actually read your tyres' air pressure and temperature from the multi-color display. Set an audible alarm for low and high pressure warnings.
- See leaks as they happen, slow leak warning
- Monitor tire pressure for varying conditions
- Monitor tire air temperature for possible increases
- Set tire pressure low and high alarms
- Display unit runs from 12V dc power
- 2 Wireless sensors included that use a internal battery and spares are also included
- Mounts on Dash (3M tape) or handle bars with clamps
- Switchable from Bar to PSI
- All are Waterproof
- 1 Year from date of sale
What is the single most important item on your bike? If you think about it, probably the most overlooked and potential self-inflicted hazard for us riders, tyre pressure and leaks from impalements while we ride. Now monitor that with the Cyclops TPMS.
- Spare sensors are available (around 3500 each). They can be calibrated using instructions with the box.
Brand : Cyclops Adventure Sports, USA
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Shipping timelines -
- If the item is in stock it will ship within 2 business days
- If the item is not in stock (and is on pre-order/back order) it will ship within 2 business days of it coming into stock
- Generally items take between 4-7 days from the time they are delivered to the courier company
- If your order is urgent, please email us or call us to confirm stock
- If yours is a multi-product, different products may ship from different locations at different times.
- You will receive an email every time a product ships.
Delivery areas -
We ship all across India. Delivery timelines may vary based on location and mode of shipping.
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