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TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330

TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330

TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
TEKTON 3/8 Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench (10-80 ft.-lb.) | 24330
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Features

  • Includes: 1-pc. 3/8 in. drive torque wrench ; Includes storage case ; Includes product manual with torque conversion chart
  • Wrench emits a click that can be heard and felt when the preset value is reached
  • High-contrast dual-range scale is easy to read, even in low light
  • Reversible ratchet head drives in both directions and measures torque in clockwise direction
  • Durable all-steel construction has no plastic parts to break or wear out
  • Ships pre-calibrated to +/- 4% accuracy and ready to use

Description

Sized for cars, trucks, and lawn and garden equipment, the dual-range 10-80 ft.-lb. (13.6-108.5 Nm) TEKTON 3/8 in. Drive Click Torque Wrench lets you confidently tighten fasteners to precise specifications, ensuring parts are properly secured without being damaged.


Manufacturer TEKTON


Part Number 24330


Item Weight 1.84 pounds


Product Dimensions 14.4 x 1.4 x 1 inches


Item model number 24330


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Size 3/8 inch drive


Color Basic pack


Material Chrome-plated Steel


Volume 1 Milliliters


Torque 80 Foot Pounds


Item Package Quantity 1


Number Of Pieces 1


Number of Handles 1


Measurement System Other


Included Components 1-pc. 3/8 in. drive torque wrench, Includes storage case, Includes product manual with torque conversion chart


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


Warranty Description Always Guaranteed: tekton.com/tool-help


ASIN B00FMPKAD0


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 1,918 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,857 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #5 in Torque Wrenches


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Date First Available December 15, 2013


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Features

  • Includes: 1-pc. 3/8 in. drive torque wrench ; Includes storage case ; Includes product manual with torque conversion chart
  • Wrench emits a click that can be heard and felt when the preset value is reached
  • High-contrast dual-range scale is easy to read, even in low light
  • Reversible ratchet head drives in both directions and measures torque in clockwise direction
  • Durable all-steel construction has no plastic parts to break or wear out
  • Ships pre-calibrated to +/- 4% accuracy and ready to use

Description

Sized for cars, trucks, and lawn and garden equipment, the dual-range 10-80 ft.-lb. (13.6-108.5 Nm) TEKTON 3/8 in. Drive Click Torque Wrench lets you confidently tighten fasteners to precise specifications, ensuring parts are properly secured without being damaged.


Manufacturer TEKTON


Part Number 24330


Item Weight 1.84 pounds


Product Dimensions 14.4 x 1.4 x 1 inches


Item model number 24330


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Size 3/8 inch drive


Color Basic pack


Material Chrome-plated Steel


Volume 1 Milliliters


Torque 80 Foot Pounds


Item Package Quantity 1


Number Of Pieces 1


Number of Handles 1


Measurement System Other


Included Components 1-pc. 3/8 in. drive torque wrench, Includes storage case, Includes product manual with torque conversion chart


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


Warranty Description Always Guaranteed: tekton.com/tool-help


ASIN B00FMPKAD0


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 1,918 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,857 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #5 in Torque Wrenches


Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.


International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More


Date First Available December 15, 2013


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Includes: 1-pc. 3/8 in. drive torque wrench ; Includes storage case ; Includes product manual with torque conversion chart
  • Wrench emits a click that can be heard and felt when the preset value is reached
  • High-contrast dual-range scale is easy to read, even in low light
  • Reversible ratchet head drives in both directions and measures torque in clockwise direction
  • Durable all-steel construction has no plastic parts to break or wear out
  • Ships pre-calibrated to +/- 4% accuracy and ready to use

Description

Sized for cars, trucks, and lawn and garden equipment, the dual-range 10-80 ft.-lb. (13.6-108.5 Nm) TEKTON 3/8 in. Drive Click Torque Wrench lets you confidently tighten fasteners to precise specifications, ensuring parts are properly secured without being damaged.


Manufacturer TEKTON


Part Number 24330


Item Weight 1.84 pounds


Product Dimensions 14.4 x 1.4 x 1 inches


Item model number 24330


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Size 3/8 inch drive


Color Basic pack


Material Chrome-plated Steel


Volume 1 Milliliters


Torque 80 Foot Pounds


Item Package Quantity 1


Number Of Pieces 1


Number of Handles 1


Measurement System Other


Included Components 1-pc. 3/8 in. drive torque wrench, Includes storage case, Includes product manual with torque conversion chart


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


Warranty Description Always Guaranteed: tekton.com/tool-help


ASIN B00FMPKAD0


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 1,918 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,857 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #5 in Torque Wrenches


Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.


International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More


Date First Available December 15, 2013


abunda_amazon_reviews Stripped two valve cover bolts on my BMW which cost me a lot of money in labor to repair and new bolts. It will not click at low torque settings. Very disappointed when I purchase it there was all kinds of accuracy claims...now I see others are unhappy with it too so I don't blame myself anymore! UPDATE After writing this review I tried to return the unit after the return period expired. After contacting the company they explained that if you MUST store the torque wrench at it's lowest setting, not below which it is possible that I did. I always thought it should be set below any settings to keep it loose but they said not below lowest torque setting or it can lose it's calibration. They sent me a new one which I just received. I don't use them everyday but I will update on if it does work on low torque setting later.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;If you buy it test it before return period expires and read my review;;Amazon Customer;;;1/1/18 - Not impressed. The 0 mark on the handle doesn't align with the pound indicators on the scale located on the shaft of the tool. So if you're trying to dial in to the 50lbs mark you actually have to twist it to 52lbs in order for the indicator to be aligned. As a result, if you try to align the zero with the scale you are unsure whether your at 50lbs or a lesser torque rating. Not exactly ideal given the purpose/use of the tool. The tool was like this out of the box which I find ironic given the sticker on the tool which reads "Tekton Calibrated and Tested." Really? Did anyone really try this tool before sending it out? This is not what I expected from Tekton, especially for this type of precision instrument.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Not Impressed. Inaccurate scale indicators. Poor quality control.;;DelcoShopper;;;Purchased the 3/8in drive Tekton torque wrench. Right out of the box I tried to adjust the torque to 20lb/ft. from 0. The wrench felt like it had something internal that was preventing it from turning, as it locked up at around the 10 setting. Sounded like metal fragments left inside from machining, or possibly just the spring making the sound. Turned back to 0 and adjusted it again and it would start to lock up with the same metallic sound, but it made it past the 20 setting, I kept tightening and loosing the adjustment and added some spray lube. The wrench started to work fine and adjusts from 0 to the maximum 80lb/ft. a lot easier now. The second thing that i noticed was that the center scale setting did not match up with the adjustment handle at the zero. When I set the torque to a setting of 20, 30 40 or 50 etc. the center will not align to the zero on the handle. The zero is 2 marks off. so 52 equals 50? if this is calibrated then 50 should line up with zero on the handle.Tested the setting at 20lb/ft and the wrench has a loud click which I like. In the future I will probably spend the extra money and buy a more recognizable brand name tool.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2018;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Great tool for the price;;ray RG69Z@AOL garcia;;;I bought this to do the spark plugs on my truck. It worked okay I’m guessing at the lower torque value which I think was around 15 ft- lbs. Fastforward, I’m replacing a hanger on the suspension and it called for something around the 40 ft-lbs and the wrench never clicked indicating I reached the torque value. Long story short, I slowly twisted the head right off the bolt and I’m making a trip to the store buy a torque wrench that works and a new bolt. Don’t buy this cheap crap, learned my lesson.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Didn’t work. Broke my bolt in the middle of the job;;Matt Y.;;;Purchased this unit after a good experience with their 1/2” model. Used it to torque a newer cartridge style oil filter. It never clicked, over torqued, and ended up cracking the cartridge housing ($900 in parts to repair). Torque wrench was always stored as required and never misused. I reached out to Tekton (support@tekton.com) to request a refund and they did not reply. No warranty like they advertise. Will most likely buy a Harbor Freight unit for 1/4 of the price with an actual lifetime guarantee and stay away from Tekton products for good moving forward. ______________________ UPDATE: While sorting through my toolbox recently I saw this wrench and decided to give Tekton customer service a call regarding my email which was ignored months prior. They were extremely courteous, apologetic, and helpful and advised that I submit a warranty request via their website, which I did. It was very easy to find and complete. I was given an account credit in place of the replacement since I did end up going with another brand of torque wrench. Still upset that my original wrench caused damage but pleasantly surprised at how great their customer service was! Will use their website for warranties moving forward.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 7, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Complete Failure (see update);;u;;;I ordered this torque wrench to maintain my motorcycles and vehicles. I used my Craftsman Digi-Click 3/8in drive torque wrench to compare. Both seemed to be exactly the same to each other. I bumped the Tekton up 1/2lb and it would tighten the lug nut ever so slightly. I used the Craftsman as the base of my measurements, ranging from 15ftlbs; 30ftlbs; 40ftlbs; 50ftlbs; 60ftlbs; and 75ftlbs. The Tekton mirrored the Craftsman digital torque wrench throughout the test range. The build of the Tekton seems to be solid; I had no issues with the head bolts coming loose, though I will blue loctite them to be on the safe side. I have no complaints!;;Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Heck of a deal!;;Clint Roberts;;;For the price, it doesn't get any better for a brand new tool. It's easy to read/adjust etc, what more could you want in a torque wrench? For all the guys saying that they broke the head off of a bolt, or that it isn't cracking, I'm sure it's just because they've never used a torque wrench before. It's easy, but there's a right and wrong way to use these things: first; tighten your bolt down finger tight or until the head is flush with its mating surface. Second; pull very slowly in a tightening direction with your hand on the hand grip area only. Third; don't ratchet back for subsequent turns, pull the socket/crows foot etc off of the bolt and then re seat. This will drastically prolong the life of these things, and maintain accurate calibration for much longer periods of time. Fourth; feel for the break. As long as you're turning it slow and steady, you won't miss it. Good luck.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 8, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Perfect;;Danman

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2018
If you buy it test it before return period expires and read my review
Stripped two valve cover bolts on my BMW which cost me a lot of money in labor to repair and new bolts. It will not click at low torque settings. Very disappointed when I purchase it there was all kinds of accuracy claims...now I see others are unhappy with it too so I don't blame myself anymore! UPDATE After writing this review I tried to return the unit after the return period expired. After contacting the company they explained that if you MUST store the torque wrench at it's lowest setting, not below which it is possible that I did. I always thought it should be set below any settings to keep it loose but they said not below lowest torque setting or it can lose it's calibration. They sent me a new one which I just received. I don't use them everyday but I will update on if it does work on low torque setting later.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By DelcoShopper - Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2018
Not Impressed. Inaccurate scale indicators. Poor quality control.
1/1/18 - Not impressed. The 0 mark on the handle doesn't align with the pound indicators on the scale located on the shaft of the tool. So if you're trying to dial in to the 50lbs mark you actually have to twist it to 52lbs in order for the indicator to be aligned. As a result, if you try to align the zero with the scale you are unsure whether your at 50lbs or a lesser torque rating. Not exactly ideal given the purpose/use of the tool. The tool was like this out of the box which I find ironic given the sticker on the tool which reads "Tekton Calibrated and Tested." Really? Did anyone really try this tool before sending it out? This is not what I expected from Tekton, especially for this type of precision instrument.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By ray RG69Z@AOL garcia - Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2018
Great tool for the price
Purchased the 3/8in drive Tekton torque wrench. Right out of the box I tried to adjust the torque to 20lb/ft. from 0. The wrench felt like it had something internal that was preventing it from turning, as it locked up at around the 10 setting. Sounded like metal fragments left inside from machining, or possibly just the spring making the sound. Turned back to 0 and adjusted it again and it would start to lock up with the same metallic sound, but it made it past the 20 setting, I kept tightening and loosing the adjustment and added some spray lube. The wrench started to work fine and adjusts from 0 to the maximum 80lb/ft. a lot easier now. The second thing that i noticed was that the center scale setting did not match up with the adjustment handle at the zero. When I set the torque to a setting of 20, 30 40 or 50 etc. the center will not align to the zero on the handle. The zero is 2 marks off. so 52 equals 50? if this is calibrated then 50 should line up with zero on the handle.Tested the setting at 20lb/ft and the wrench has a loud click which I like. In the future I will probably spend the extra money and buy a more recognizable brand name tool.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Matt Y. - Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2018
Didn’t work. Broke my bolt in the middle of the job
I bought this to do the spark plugs on my truck. It worked okay I’m guessing at the lower torque value which I think was around 15 ft- lbs. Fastforward, I’m replacing a hanger on the suspension and it called for something around the 40 ft-lbs and the wrench never clicked indicating I reached the torque value. Long story short, I slowly twisted the head right off the bolt and I’m making a trip to the store buy a torque wrench that works and a new bolt. Don’t buy this cheap crap, learned my lesson.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By u - Reviewed in the United States on December 7, 2019
Complete Failure (see update)
Purchased this unit after a good experience with their 1/2” model. Used it to torque a newer cartridge style oil filter. It never clicked, over torqued, and ended up cracking the cartridge housing ($900 in parts to repair). Torque wrench was always stored as required and never misused. I reached out to Tekton (support@tekton.com) to request a refund and they did not reply. No warranty like they advertise. Will most likely buy a Harbor Freight unit for 1/4 of the price with an actual lifetime guarantee and stay away from Tekton products for good moving forward. ______________________ UPDATE: While sorting through my toolbox recently I saw this wrench and decided to give Tekton customer service a call regarding my email which was ignored months prior. They were extremely courteous, apologetic, and helpful and advised that I submit a warranty request via their website, which I did. It was very easy to find and complete. I was given an account credit in place of the replacement since I did end up going with another brand of torque wrench. Still upset that my original wrench caused damage but pleasantly surprised at how great their customer service was! Will use their website for warranties moving forward.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Clint Roberts - Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2019
Heck of a deal!
I ordered this torque wrench to maintain my motorcycles and vehicles. I used my Craftsman Digi-Click 3/8in drive torque wrench to compare. Both seemed to be exactly the same to each other. I bumped the Tekton up 1/2lb and it would tighten the lug nut ever so slightly. I used the Craftsman as the base of my measurements, ranging from 15ftlbs; 30ftlbs; 40ftlbs; 50ftlbs; 60ftlbs; and 75ftlbs. The Tekton mirrored the Craftsman digital torque wrench throughout the test range. The build of the Tekton seems to be solid; I had no issues with the head bolts coming loose, though I will blue loctite them to be on the safe side. I have no complaints!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Danman - Reviewed in the United States on April 8, 2016
Perfect
For the price, it doesn't get any better for a brand new tool. It's easy to read/adjust etc, what more could you want in a torque wrench? For all the guys saying that they broke the head off of a bolt, or that it isn't cracking, I'm sure it's just because they've never used a torque wrench before. It's easy, but there's a right and wrong way to use these things: first; tighten your bolt down finger tight or until the head is flush with its mating surface. Second; pull very slowly in a tightening direction with your hand on the hand grip area only. Third; don't ratchet back for subsequent turns, pull the socket/crows foot etc off of the bolt and then re seat. This will drastically prolong the life of these things, and maintain accurate calibration for much longer periods of time. Fourth; feel for the break. As long as you're turning it slow and steady, you won't miss it. Good luck.

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2018
If you buy it test it before return period expires and read my review
Stripped two valve cover bolts on my BMW which cost me a lot of money in labor to repair and new bolts. It will not click at low torque settings. Very disappointed when I purchase it there was all kinds of accuracy claims...now I see others are unhappy with it too so I don't blame myself anymore! UPDATE After writing this review I tried to return the unit after the return period expired. After contacting the company they explained that if you MUST store the torque wrench at it's lowest setting, not below which it is possible that I did. I always thought it should be set below any settings to keep it loose but they said not below lowest torque setting or it can lose it's calibration. They sent me a new one which I just received. I don't use them everyday but I will update on if it does work on low torque setting later.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By DelcoShopper - Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2018
Not Impressed. Inaccurate scale indicators. Poor quality control.
1/1/18 - Not impressed. The 0 mark on the handle doesn't align with the pound indicators on the scale located on the shaft of the tool. So if you're trying to dial in to the 50lbs mark you actually have to twist it to 52lbs in order for the indicator to be aligned. As a result, if you try to align the zero with the scale you are unsure whether your at 50lbs or a lesser torque rating. Not exactly ideal given the purpose/use of the tool. The tool was like this out of the box which I find ironic given the sticker on the tool which reads "Tekton Calibrated and Tested." Really? Did anyone really try this tool before sending it out? This is not what I expected from Tekton, especially for this type of precision instrument.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By ray RG69Z@AOL garcia - Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2018
Great tool for the price
Purchased the 3/8in drive Tekton torque wrench. Right out of the box I tried to adjust the torque to 20lb/ft. from 0. The wrench felt like it had something internal that was preventing it from turning, as it locked up at around the 10 setting. Sounded like metal fragments left inside from machining, or possibly just the spring making the sound. Turned back to 0 and adjusted it again and it would start to lock up with the same metallic sound, but it made it past the 20 setting, I kept tightening and loosing the adjustment and added some spray lube. The wrench started to work fine and adjusts from 0 to the maximum 80lb/ft. a lot easier now. The second thing that i noticed was that the center scale setting did not match up with the adjustment handle at the zero. When I set the torque to a setting of 20, 30 40 or 50 etc. the center will not align to the zero on the handle. The zero is 2 marks off. so 52 equals 50? if this is calibrated then 50 should line up with zero on the handle.Tested the setting at 20lb/ft and the wrench has a loud click which I like. In the future I will probably spend the extra money and buy a more recognizable brand name tool.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Matt Y. - Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2018
Didn’t work. Broke my bolt in the middle of the job
I bought this to do the spark plugs on my truck. It worked okay I’m guessing at the lower torque value which I think was around 15 ft- lbs. Fastforward, I’m replacing a hanger on the suspension and it called for something around the 40 ft-lbs and the wrench never clicked indicating I reached the torque value. Long story short, I slowly twisted the head right off the bolt and I’m making a trip to the store buy a torque wrench that works and a new bolt. Don’t buy this cheap crap, learned my lesson.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By u - Reviewed in the United States on December 7, 2019
Complete Failure (see update)
Purchased this unit after a good experience with their 1/2” model. Used it to torque a newer cartridge style oil filter. It never clicked, over torqued, and ended up cracking the cartridge housing ($900 in parts to repair). Torque wrench was always stored as required and never misused. I reached out to Tekton (support@tekton.com) to request a refund and they did not reply. No warranty like they advertise. Will most likely buy a Harbor Freight unit for 1/4 of the price with an actual lifetime guarantee and stay away from Tekton products for good moving forward. ______________________ UPDATE: While sorting through my toolbox recently I saw this wrench and decided to give Tekton customer service a call regarding my email which was ignored months prior. They were extremely courteous, apologetic, and helpful and advised that I submit a warranty request via their website, which I did. It was very easy to find and complete. I was given an account credit in place of the replacement since I did end up going with another brand of torque wrench. Still upset that my original wrench caused damage but pleasantly surprised at how great their customer service was! Will use their website for warranties moving forward.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Clint Roberts - Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2019
Heck of a deal!
I ordered this torque wrench to maintain my motorcycles and vehicles. I used my Craftsman Digi-Click 3/8in drive torque wrench to compare. Both seemed to be exactly the same to each other. I bumped the Tekton up 1/2lb and it would tighten the lug nut ever so slightly. I used the Craftsman as the base of my measurements, ranging from 15ftlbs; 30ftlbs; 40ftlbs; 50ftlbs; 60ftlbs; and 75ftlbs. The Tekton mirrored the Craftsman digital torque wrench throughout the test range. The build of the Tekton seems to be solid; I had no issues with the head bolts coming loose, though I will blue loctite them to be on the safe side. I have no complaints!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Danman - Reviewed in the United States on April 8, 2016
Perfect
For the price, it doesn't get any better for a brand new tool. It's easy to read/adjust etc, what more could you want in a torque wrench? For all the guys saying that they broke the head off of a bolt, or that it isn't cracking, I'm sure it's just because they've never used a torque wrench before. It's easy, but there's a right and wrong way to use these things: first; tighten your bolt down finger tight or until the head is flush with its mating surface. Second; pull very slowly in a tightening direction with your hand on the hand grip area only. Third; don't ratchet back for subsequent turns, pull the socket/crows foot etc off of the bolt and then re seat. This will drastically prolong the life of these things, and maintain accurate calibration for much longer periods of time. Fourth; feel for the break. As long as you're turning it slow and steady, you won't miss it. Good luck.