Silverline 633567 Torque Wrench 1/2-inch Drive 28 - 210Nm @ Amazon - £16.85
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Silverline 633567 Torque Wrench 1/2-inch Drive 28 - 210Nm @ Amazon - £16.85

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Found 10th Oct 2014
Good price for this, Lidl do have it cheaper sometimes but 85p for better customer service, a lifetime guarantee and free delivery make this a better deal IMO. Very handy for tightening wheel bolts, and Silverline are a relatively reputable tool manufacturer. Have a few bits and pieces of theirs, and they're good quality.

Chrome vanadium steel torque wrench with torque range of 28-210Nm. Includes 125mm extension bar and 1/2" to 3/8" converter. Includes storage case.

Amazon state different torque ranges in the product description, but I referenced Silverline's website and range is listed as 28-210Nm.

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In Aldi you will get this 16th October for 15.99
aldi.co.uk/en/…-1/

arvraj

In Aldi you will get this 16th October for … In Aldi you will get this 16th October for 15.99https://www.aldi.co.uk/en/specialbuys/thursday-16-october/product-detail/ps/p/torque-wrench-set-1/



Unfortunately Aldi don't seem to say what the torque range in on their item.

I have this one and two others - to cover the whole range of applications.

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arvraj

In Aldi you will get this 16th October for … In Aldi you will get this 16th October for 15.99https://www.aldi.co.uk/en/specialbuys/thursday-16-october/product-detail/ps/p/torque-wrench-set-1/


Factor in transport costs and the fact that it only has a 3 year guarantee while my one has a lifetime guarantee, this is the better torque wrench.

28 to 210 Nm and comes with a short 1/2" extension and three 1/2" sockets (17, 19 and 21mm)

worthinger

Unfortunately Aldi don't seem to say what the torque range in on their … Unfortunately Aldi don't seem to say what the torque range in on their item.I have this one and two others - to cover the whole range of applications.



28 to 210 Nm and comes with a short 1/2" extension and three 1/2" sockets (17, 19 and 21mm)

Had this for a couple of years, works fine and has the handy 1/2" to 3/8th adapter

I wouldn't say that Silver line is "good quality"as stuff that iI've bought is cheap crap, that doesn't last very long. It would probably fall apart if used to torque 210 NM.

silverline is truly awful. We tried using at work for our engineers but it all just fell apart, from pliers to tool trolleys, if it was free It would be overpriced. May just about be ok for diy use...maybe...

Not something I would recommend. CCS is what I call Silverline. The first C stands for cheap. That is true by the price. The second C represents somewhere I frequent once a week and the S is well........describes quality of stuff I have had with Silverline, Challenge, Rolson etc etc. Yet I still have some black and decker stuff from 20 years ago and now only buy Bosch, Ryobi for power tools and Stanley / Draper for hand tools and even their quality seems to have worsened over the last few years. I bought a Draper stanley knife a few weeks ago and it was as light as a feather. About half the weight of the one I bought 20 years ago.
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