Sizod writes: “Here’s a heavy-duty tire gauge with a 10″ flexible hose. The bleed valve is great for those who need to deflate their tires for mud of beach cruising, and $11 is a good price for a cheap addition to your truck/car tool kit. Plus, you can add it to your cart the next time you buy a CD or DVD and get free shipping.”
I’ve got to add that I really, really like this type of tire gauge. I used to use the little “stick” types (that you pick up for $1 at the auto parts store), but when I started autocrossing I picked up one like this. It’s so much easier to snake the end into the valve on deep wheels, and you can read it when the valve’s positioned upside down or in another inconvenient place.
The bleed valve is indeed handy, too, even if you’re not an off-roader. Autocrossing, I used it to pump down my over-pressured tires after the event — tire pressure can serve as a poor-man’s suspension adjustment — but later I still used it to dial in accurate pressures when I went over a bit.
This one looks very similar to the one I had, but I paid $40 for mine.