Well, a gauge is a gauge, just make sure it reads correctly. My old 32deg read great, no problems, not to mention it looked better with a different logo than the one pictured here. I had one that read up to 600psi to read my Spyder's operating pressure. Was a useful upgrade and greatly needed.
Good gauge if you need one, I got mine for $15 U.S.
well, i have two of these on my bushmaster. One works fine, however i had one where the gauge got messeed up so i had to remove the faceplate and turn it back.... to do that i had to put a big ugly hole in the front of the face. Other than that, they're very accurate and very small, it's very nice.
go for them, most people i know who have used them have had no problems, and other than the gauge needing fixing they still work great.
Blue Spyder Sonix
14" 32* Quiet Riot Barrel
12 Volt. Revolution Elec. Hopper
32 Sticky Grip
9, 12, 16, and 20oz co2 tanks
32* Micro Guage
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Very accurate on my Sonix. Im play alot and use alot of Co2 and this thing is still tickin and accurate. I have 2 9oz, 2 12oz, and a 20oz co2 and use them all constantly and this guage still works. 32 gets yet another great product. Anyone with a Spyder, Rebel, or Tippmann, I suggest this since no TIppmann guns have guages, and neither do most spyder besides the shutter.
Get it! Accurate and never breaks. Everyone needs a Co2 and Nitro guage.
This is a guage. It has worked for me. I know when I need to get air. I think that's all it's supposed to do and that's all it does do. Works fine for me. They're a little expensive, but they came on my tank so it doesn't matter to me. They work good so if you need a guage you can get this one.
A nice guage. It works perfect and hasn't broken or anything yet. The only thing I don't like about it is the price i saw. It was really expensive at the store, but it came on my tank when I bought it for free so it didn't matter to me.
Wow, this gauge looked cool. I mean the 32* symbol on it, wow, it had me, then I noticed a slice right down the middle of it. Well i didnt think it would affect the gauge so i put it on anyways, well guess what..It blew off! Just shot off of my gun. Put a hole in the wall too, shot straight thought, good velocity, good consistency, but it didnt work at all, just shot right off my gun into the wall.
Hope this helped!
I bought 2 of these gauges because they were cheaper than all the other gauges.
I have had 2 of there gauges. The frst one was on mounted on a Check It Assault block on a Kingman Spyder Electra, and regulated by an Air America Vilgiante Reg. I am not sure but the gauge came unwound, as in the needle, or blew. This may be due to a velocity spike in pressure from the reg, however the gauge measured to 600 psi and the operating pressure of the marker was set to around 350 psi. This was after a 4th time of use.
The other was mounted on an autococker frontblock, which was regulated by a black magic reg. The first time it was used the face rotated in the gauge somehow and the psi had to be guesstimated. It was used until it was replaced by a Dye gauge.
I did not have a good experience with these gauges. They may work for some people and I might have gotten a bad batch. I am giving a rating of 3 because one blew and the other ones face rotated but continued to work until it was changed.
3 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, January 20th, 2005 at 4:56 pm PST