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I never had or used a torque wrench (ok once, but it was much bigger and on a car) before, but I’m pretty good with tools. Since I’m starting to learn how to fix/adjust my bikes I thought this would be a good tool. I have to say that while I have not had any other experience with others torque wrenches of this size, this was really easy to use and has a good feel to it. I have to say, I’m very pleased. While it wasn’t the cheapest, I always worry about buying the cheapest. One thing to note tho, at least on mine, is there isn’t a real “click” (like say, a light switch) when it gets to tension, but there is a very precise thud and a lack of tension when you get there and you’ll know your there.
it took a little practice, but once you get a feel for how the tool works it works very well. I have no way of verifying that the torque settings are accurate but I am happy with the way the tool works and am pleased with the very reasonable price.
Seems well made, and cones with a variety of hex bits. Not too sure what people expect with the click at the set torque value. It seems perfectly normal to me, maybe people were expecting it to go completely free turning?
I thought the item did not work correctly. You have to hold the end of the handle to use correctly. The click is also quite subtle. Now that I know how to use correctly, I think that it works well and accurately.