Vibration alert when preset torque value is reached
Sealed head keeps dirt out of head mechanism
Big screen for easy reading
Torque accuracy: +/-4% CW, +/-4% CCW of 20% - 100% of full scale
Accuracy can be maintained within +/-4% without calibration until 100,000 cycles
Splash-proof, protect against water and most fluid
Quick peak value catch during rapid actuation in 0.2 sec
Quick and easy set up using only 2 keys
Torque range of 24 - 240 in. lbs
Measures in. lbs. and cN.m
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Head Thickness Flare
20-240 in. lbs.
Head Width Flare
Blow Molded Case
1/4" DIGITAL TORQUE RATCHET is rated
3.5 out of
Rated 4 out of
Works as expectedWorks exactly like it is supposed to. Just gotta watch the screen, it does start vibrating before you hit the target torque and of course its super easy to shoot over it when dealing with in-lb. The audible beep isn't very loud but I dont rely on it working in a noisy shop.
Date published: 2020-11-24
Rated 3 out of
Almost perfectI was looking for a smaller digital torque wrench for doing trans work and other small torque items. This fit the bill perfectly, except for the "peak value catch" feature. Come to find out, the torque wrench will "catch" a value and keep displaying that on the screen even if you're still turning the fastener. example, lets say you're torquing down a valve body to 65 in lbs. the torque wrench will "catch" a smaller value like 45 in lbs even while you're still turning the fastener and won't display or read another measurement until you stop turning and start again which usually results in an overtorqued fastener.