The Electronic Torque Wrench provides 2 accuracy clockwise and 3 accuracy counterclockwise, better than the 4 accuracy of mechanical torque wrenches. U.S.A. Pieces qty. 1, Drive in. 1/2. Electronic torque wrench Provides 2 accuracy clockwise and 3 accuracy counterclockwise, better than the 4 accuracy of mechanical torque wrenches Easily converts between three units of measure ft.-lbs., in.-lbs. and Newton-meters Nm Provides both audible and visual cues Easy-to-read 'traffic light' indicator tells the technician how close he is to his target and precisely when it's reached Backlit LCD screen Thin-profile Sealed teardrop ratchet head for better access and increased strength 60-tooth gear with 6 ratcheting arc Slip-resistant knurled aluminum grip U.S.A.
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"I have owned this for about three years and I have used it frequently. The plastic housing separated the first or second time I used it, I put tape around it and it stays together and seems to have retained its accuracy. I do feel the wrench is accurate, at least it is consistent with my other wrenches. The housing separated when I was tightening the bearing caps on a Ford 9" differential, this set torque was about half of the rated capacity, so I was a little surprised. I don't recommend storing the wrench with batteries in it unless you use it often. This is certainly not rated for industrial or professional use, but is ok for someone such as myself who works on cars for fun. Due to it beeping at full torque and not clicking, it does seem a little more difficult to achieve consistent torque at first, but with a little practice this becomes a non-issue."
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