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It lets you fill the tire without removing the sensor. Otherwise you remove the sensor, fill the tire, replace the sensor, check pressure, repeat, etc.
I also read in their installation instructions, that each time you remove then put back on the sensors, a little more battery is used, For best battery life you want to leave the sensor alone.
 

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Interesting. Good idea, not sure it will become mainstream.
depends by what you mean "mainstream". there's no market for it in America. but India, Japan, and China have some of the smoggiest cities on the planet, and with a combined population of about 3 billion people.
 

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at this point, you might as well just stay home.

You can see snowy mountains in the background, so the man probably took his bike on an adventure trip to a mountain peak. But then the rear tires looks like it is floating, so it may just be a photoshop.

This being said, for all casual motorcyclists who thinks they're tough, there are food delivery people here in NYC using their mopeds 24/7 365 - in the heat, cold, rain, snow, ice, salt, you name it.
 
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