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Mighty Torque Wrench - Black
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- High quality, exact scale from 2-24 Nm
- Reversible ratchet (1/4 inch) with changeable direction
- Hex bits 3/4/5/6/8/10 mm allen key and T 25 torx
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Mighty torque wrench features high quality, exact scale from 2-24 Nm, reversible ratchet (1/4 inch) with changeable direction and hex bits 3/4/5/6/8/10 mm allen key and T 25 torx.
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It did take a bit of practise to get it right though. As others have said it doesn't feel like a ratchet turning backwards. What happens is that the head pivots ever so slightly when you hit the required setting. Call it a pivot or a click or a snap - it is not so obvious at first and not at all clear in the instructions - yet it is very obvious when you know what you're looking for. The easiest way to see this in effect is to set it to the lowest setting of 2Nm, take hold of the arm in one hand and the head in the other. You will easily be able to apply enough force to feel the pivot/click/snap and SEE IT TOO. Don't do what I did and set it on 2Nm and find a bed bolt to test it on. You will not see or feel the pivot as it will take effect immediately and allow you over-tighten while wondering if it's working. Once you've tested it at 2Nm in your hands you can move on to bed bolts at a higher setting and it will be so obvious what's happening. I have no issues now and complete confidence even on silly things like an out-front Garmin mount and a saddle-bag QR. Even though these are little bits of plastic that warrant no more than an Allen key I think it says something that I would reach for the wrench first as it's just so easy and assured.
Fab product but make sure you understand "HOW THE WRENCH WORKS FIRST!!!!"
Bought this for my Carbon bike and was worried about over tightening components.
The instructions explain a "Click" when it's tight enough... I was expecting in my inexperience that it would click like a ratchet spanner.... This is not the case it's a pivot that clicks at the end... E. G. When torque is reached the pivot bends.
There's mention of people not finding a nut for adjustment, but there is an alen bolt at the end of the wrench.
Search youtube for examples on click/pivot style wrenches... otherwise mis understanding will cause breakage.
I for safety tested on a stationary bolt in a wall at various settings to get the feel before first use.
Also someone mentioned pliers for removing the attachments. .. the fit is super snug and really well made, but there is a push button to remove each drive bit no need for pliers
See attatched pictures.
I am livid !!!
NO STARS GIVEN !!!!!
I would suggest using the tool on test pieces first so you get a feel for the 'release' when the correct tension is reached, as this is not a ratchet type release found on very expensive manufacturing tools, and if you are not familiar it could be possible to over tighten.
Whilst other reviewers have mentioned some negative aspects (ratchet and bit ejection) I think they have over sold the issues. Bit removal is simple and exactly the same as any socket set - there is a button the back of the head which easily pops the bit off. Adjustment is easy through the large knurled knob at the base of the shaft. I wondered about the 'click' on torque given the reviews but it is dead simple. Set for 3-4 Nm and then use it on the stem bolts that secure handlebars. The 'click' is easily audible and felt really obviously through the handle. Once you feel it, you will understand totally what it is. Beware though that if you keep turning after the click it will keep tightening the bolt!!
Great value for money, solidly built and easy to use. Perfect for any bike maintenance, essential on carbon!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I can not fault this wrench. The only fault was my own as I though it was a full sized one usable for motor vehicles. However it's a handheld wrench. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Billy Guildford
Broke after a month and now no longer eligible for an exchange under Amazon's returns policy. Seriously unimpressed.Published 17 days ago by Richard
Love this... but as other posts mention do test first. The "click" can seem subtle initiallyPublished 28 days ago by iridonesis
Appears to be identical to the Wiggle Lifeline Essential torque wrench available for ~£27.50.Published 1 month ago by Mr. A. Hay
Good, but build quality nowhere near decent automotive stuff like Snapon or Britool.Published 1 month ago by Dr Grove
Having bought a carbon fibre road bike, having a torque wrench is must when tightening screws, etc to prevent damage to the frame. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Les