Sealey AK624 Calibrated 1/2" Torque Wrench @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive) - £21.49
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Sealey AK624 Calibrated 1/2" Torque Wrench @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive) - £21.49

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Found 2nd Jan
1/2" Sealey Torque Wrench with a Calibration certificate. Cheapest it's ever been according to 3 camels and more expensive elsewhere; £30+

Mayneed to go to other and choose Amazon as seller, as it isn't in Stock and defaults to a 3rd party seller. Says 1-2 months but stuff always comes quicker than the estimate with Amazon. Prime Exclusive deal.

Was looking for one to remove the wheels from my car for cleaning and tighten back at correct torque. Came across this which seems a good deal!

Was also well reviewed by AutoExpress a while ago:

autoexpress.co.uk/acc…624

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Pop this bad boy down the side of the car seat for possible eventualities.....
Be safe, not seen!
Might treat myself and pop another one in passenger side.
Get in......
Edited by: "maffeycourt" 2nd Jan
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Pop this bad boy down the side of the car seat for possible eventualities.....
Be safe, not seen!
Might treat myself and pop another one in passenger side.
Get in......
Edited by: "maffeycourt" 2nd Jan
Superb deal for one that comes with a calbration certificate
Indeed, it seems cheaper than a lot of other branded (Draper, Silver line etc) without the calibration certificate.
Up to 28.40 now
Zanous1 m ago

Up to 28.40 now


Nope... Read the description. It's defaulting to a 3rd party seller, choose other sellers and you'll see Amazon @ £21.49. Thanks.
Prime is 21.49
pawcioo8330 m ago

Prime is 21.49


So if you have not got prime, sign up for a free trial, if you've used your trial then use an alternate email address.
bigbaz1 h, 28 m ago

Superb deal for one that comes with a calbration certificate


Even Aldi and Lidl ones come with a calibration certificate, Sealy are just importers of foreign mostly Chinese tools
Edited by: "Harley_Mick" 2nd Jan
ahenners41 m ago

Nope... Read the description. It's defaulting to a 3rd party seller, …Nope... Read the description. It's defaulting to a 3rd party seller, choose other sellers and you'll see Amazon @ £21.49. Thanks.


  • Usually dispatched within 1 - 2 months.
Good price, heat added. Do I need it? No. Not purchased.

2018 HUKD not-buying resolution success.
maffeycourt2 h, 4 m ago

Pop this bad boy down the side of the car seat for possible …Pop this bad boy down the side of the car seat for possible eventualities.....Be safe, not seen!Might treat myself and pop another one in passenger side.Get in......


Just buy this for that job. Much cheaper and gives you better distance.

Problem you have is once you pull a weapon you are fair game. Don't come moaning when somebody pops a cap in you.
Harley_Mick43 m ago

or these..


Quick access from the cup holder.
Harley_Mick7 h, 41 m ago

Usually dispatched within 1 - 2 months.


Yep, was also in the description of the deal. Thanks
Can I ask what do people use an 1/2" for as opposed to 3/8"?

I work on a few cars (and I have both variants) but I have found that most of the time the 3/8" is more versatile.
Only thing a 1/2" I've used on properly are wheel nuts, and tbh you can go by feel after getting used to what it's supposed to be done up to.
Inquisitor37 m ago

Can I ask what do people use an 1/2" for as opposed to 3/8"?I work on a …Can I ask what do people use an 1/2" for as opposed to 3/8"?I work on a few cars (and I have both variants) but I have found that most of the time the 3/8" is more versatile. Only thing a 1/2" I've used on properly are wheel nuts, and tbh you can go by feel after getting used to what it's supposed to be done up to.


Rear axle nut on the motor bike, which needs to be torqued up to near 100. The sprocket nuts too. The half inch and longer length gives better leverage for the higher torque settings
Inquisitor4 h, 16 m ago

Can I ask what do people use an 1/2" for as opposed to 3/8"?I work on a …Can I ask what do people use an 1/2" for as opposed to 3/8"?I work on a few cars (and I have both variants) but I have found that most of the time the 3/8" is more versatile. Only thing a 1/2" I've used on properly are wheel nuts, and tbh you can go by feel after getting used to what it's supposed to be done up to.


Hub nuts - can be easily over 200NM, and it needs to be right or the wheel bearing life can be decreased.
Edited by: "Nealio" 3rd Jan
Harley_Mick16 h, 16 m ago

Even Aldi and Lidl ones come with a calibration certificate, Sealy are …Even Aldi and Lidl ones come with a calibration certificate, Sealy are just importers of foreign mostly Chinese tools


You say this like it's the norm at this price to come with a calibration certificate, I suggest you check the other torque wrenches on Amazon.
Now gone up to £30.99, hope this helped a few people grab one for a good price!
bigbaz14 m ago

You say this like it's the norm at this price to come with a calibration …You say this like it's the norm at this price to come with a calibration certificate, I suggest you check the other torque wrenches on Amazon.


I wouldn't use an uncalibrated one for anything other than a long ratchet.
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