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½" Torque Wrench with quick release for easy fastening
1 x 125mm extension bar
3 x sockets: 17, 19 and 21mm


This looks like a fine price for a torque wrench, unfortunately I can't find what the torque range is.
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#1
Had a very similar one to this that recently broke. Range was 50 NM to 150NM.
Really this will be poor quality and best used as a guide. But ideal for things such as wheel nuts. Anything important though, forget it.
Good price though
banned#2
cheap and nasty
#3
- "Where's the torque wrench ?"

- "Bob's got it"
banned#4
holy crap this is a disaster waiting to happen!
Who would actually buy this? The whole point of a torque wrench is accuracy
#5
do you think they can sell them if they're inaccurate???
#6
Mascherano
holy crap this is a disaster waiting to happen!
Who would actually buy this? The whole point of a torque wrench is accuracy


and how exactly do you know this is inaccurate??? ohh i forgot its cheap so it must be oO

If you can afford a bit more i recommend the Stanley one from Amazon for £16.95,ideal for the home mechanic and has served me well for a while now.Still too cheap for some no doubt and bound too be rubbish :P
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Draper-34570-Ratchet-Torque-Wrench/dp/B0001K9T2O/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=diy&qid=1286015184&sr=8-1






Edited By: quizmaniac on Oct 02, 2010 11:27: ,,
banned#7
I cant think of any situation where a torque wrench from Aldi would be handy- you would have to send it off to be calibrated first surely?!
#8
Unless you buy expensive and either throw them away every year or get them calibrated at great expense, no torque wrench will be wholy accurate. The point of this is you could leave it in the boot of the car for those times you get a puncture.
I would rather have a rough guide of the torque than just jump on the breaker bar!

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