Fellow four-wheel drivers - allow us to introduce you to your new friend, the Standard 4WD 6-30 psi Tyre Deflators from Staun.
For all the newbies out there - psi is the unit in which your tyre pressure is measured. Why do you need a deflator? If you're going off-road, it's required to adjust your tyre pressure to achieve better traction. It's safer for you, better for your vehicle - and less disruptive to the environment you're exploring.
This magical pack of 100% brass beauties screw onto the valve stem of each tyre, allowing users to tend to all four at once. Preset at a pressure of 18 psi, they boast a range between 30 and 6 psi. Simply adjust the setting to suit the terrain, and once screwed into place air is expelled and tyres automatically cease deflating at the selected psi. They're fast, incredibly accurate to within 0.25 psi, and no other tools are required.
Be it sand, dirt, rock, or mud - keep this 4-pack of Staun's Standard 4WD 6-30 psi Tyre Deflators in your glovebox for action anytime, anywhere.
Standard 4WD designed to suit most 4WD deflation needs
Smallest tyre deflators available
Fast-acting and lightweight
Made of 100% brass
1 x exhaust valve
90-seconds to deflate from 32 psi to 18 psi
Pre-tested to ensure high performance
Accurate deflation within 0.25 psi
Preset to 18 psi
Fully adjustable between 6-30 psi
No tools required
Finger grip for easy handling
Suitable for all types of 4WD terrain – beach to bush
Hi, why do you need to purchase a pack of four? Isn't one, may be 2 (one as a spare) sufficient?
George - Bentleigh East, VIC 3165(1 month ago)
The deflation isn't instant, the valves allow a controlled and acurate release of air until the desired preset pressure is reached, which may take some time. Having a set of 4 allows all tires to deflate at the same time - you just screw them all on & have a cuppa, and then screw them off & away you go. If you were doing each tyre individually, it would take alot longer.
Lauren - Snowys(1 month ago)
Pressure adjustment?1 answer
These are preset to 18psi. Can they be easily adjustable (AND SET) to, say 25 psi instead? thanks
Sue - Canberra, ACT(3 months ago)
Yes, they can...check out the product review video with Kevin, he explains a little about how to do that. You can find a copy of the instruction card for this process here.