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Wiggle X-Tools Essential Torque Wrench Set £22.99 @ Wiggle
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Wiggle X-Tools Essential Torque Wrench Set usually £34.99 good reviews. Wanted one of these for ages, always worried about over tightening stuff on the bike and stripping a thread… Read more

Nice tool. I have one and it does the job exceedingly well.



Already posted, but for CRC which is the same company

X-Tools Essential Torque Wrench Set £22.99 @ crc chain reaction
Found 1st NovFound 1st Nov
Essential toolkit for ensuring your bolts and screws are tightened to spec, if you have a carbon bike you need one of these ————— X-Tools Essential Torque Wrench SetThe X-Tools Ess… Read more
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One thing to note on these despite a direction lever they can only torque right hand threads.


Or leave the business end of a spark plug in your bike's cylinder head. Got the t shirt for that one. 😁 I'll be getting one of these for my carbon baby.


That ok on a steel bike but get a 5 grand carbon and try that


Pfffft, take it up to shear, then back it off a quarter turn. ;)


Tested mine out today. A little bit crude, but accurate out of the box (8,9,10,11Nm) when compared against an 8-60Nm Halfords Professional wrench which came with a calibration certificate when new. This is even though I didn't read the instructions to click it 20 times first by hand. The only downside I'd say is it's not as loud and positive when it clicks. I think this maybe how a reviewer on CRC wrecked a headset.

Dewalt DCF899HN 18V XR Hog ring brushless high torque wrench naked - bare unit £135.99 with code powertoolmate Ebay
Found 29th OctFound 29th Oct
As title. Currently 15% off via ebay store (code PREP15) Would have bought it myself but I got the dewalt multitool kit on a separate order and you can only use the code once (doh… Read more

Sorry again for the negs it’s so heavy that it’s so easy to switch to forward without noticing when you got gloved on . Still not a bad too I guess they will all have the niggles just comparing to the use I get out of the driver in car applications . If you like shiny tools then get it


Also found that a 2ah battery on 1 bar has noticeable less breaking power . Swap to a fresh 5ah and it cracks the bolt . The power is immense vices up a m8 bolt and 2 seconds of impacting sheared the head off


I initially really wanted 1 for the high tourney power and took off my vectra c hub not with ease however ... it fits in very little spaces . Become useless when you extend with a 1/2 extension to make it fit far. My thoughts are grt a long breaker there only usually 2 bolts on any 1 suspension job that are tight so how long does it take to break them and wiz off with the impact driver . The driver take of wheel nuts and using a quality 1/4 hex to 1/2 has never broken yet . Good price though not seen cheaper


I have been loking for one for a reasonable price, battery powered to Can you recommend a battery and charger to please?


Well two points, first i regularly visit a few professorial workshops and the dewalt gun has become very popular with technicians who did use air tools , second my 19mm impact socket ( yes there are sockets especially made for these tools ) was bought in the mid eighty's and still fits wheel nets fine I would recommend this tool to anyone Regards John

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Silverline Torque Wrench 1/2 inch 28-210 Nm - Sold and Despatched by Langley Steelworks Ltd via Amazon - £19.66
Found 4th AugFound 4th Aug
Looks a good price, comes with 125 mm extension bar and 1/2" to 3/8" converter.
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Lowest setting on my cordless Dewalt wouldn't even tighten them to the required torque so no harm done.


Providing the torque wrench moves the bolts a meaningful amount that's fine - but being a regular changer means nothing. Head down to your local Kwikfit and you can watch them fasten on wheels with their impact wrenches all day every day before a supervisor will helpfully check them with his torque wrench despite the bolts being on way to tight already. My employer's fleet department dropped them as a supplier for cracking alloys by tightening the wheelbolts up too tight!


Bought this exact same one last year for £18.75 off Amazon. You've been sold a saving off a false RRP. Sorry but cold.


Lowest setting just to put them on....then 1/2 turn with the torque wrench just nips them up nicely,I'm a regular wheel changer lol,do a few dozen mots a year.


If you use an impact wrench you probably overtighten the bolts before you ever get near them with the torque wrench.

1/2" inch Drive Reversible Ratchet Torque Wrench Tool £17.99 @ eBay/wheels n' bits
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
This Torque Wrench is manufactured to with a tolerance of 3% and comes in a blow moulded carry case. It has a machined Knurled handle and a bi-directional click switch lever. The t… Read more
myhye Silverline link it's actually £18.75


I've had no issues at all with mine. Don't be so heavy handed


3/8 on this bad boy = broken bolt guarantee


Three wheels on my wagon & I'm still rolling along.....


Anyone got the silverline link?

Parkside Electric Impact Wrench £29.99 @ Lidl
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
450W Perfect for loosening tight screws or fitting car wheels Impact mechanism with high power delivery Safety-limited torque to avoid damage to the workpiece or rims Switch fo… Read more

I've got one it's excellent for changing suspension, springs etc Saved me more than a few scuffed knuckles (cheeky) Well worth £30 in my opinion


Have seen it, not as big as my clarke but less than 1/2price...


Where does the £52.37 come from OP? Proof or it's cold! ;)


Least you could have done was to vote me hot. Come onnnnnn


Fine for wheelnuts but if you're using on suspension or crankpulley kind of stuff then ime these Lidl ones just aren't upto the task. We've been using a cheapo Clarke similar to (might actually be) this for many years and not failed us yet. It depends what you expect from it so long as you have realistic expectations for £30. Depending on what you already have they do get in 18v cordless ones which I think they were £40 last time and not much different powerwise between them iirc. Or just get yourself a decent 1/2 breaker and some impact sockets. (strong)

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XR 18V BRUSHLESS 3 Sp High Torque Wrench Selling Proposition Latest generation 18V BRUSHLESS XR Li-Ion High Torque Wrench featuring XR 5.0Ah Li-Ion battery technology Powerful f… Read more
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Bought this from Cromwell Tools ( now Zoro)for £269 delivered last it, seriously powerful tool.


Has anyone ordered from toolsense before? Mine has been stuck in the mail for 5 days now


Yes, if you mean 1/2 inch


1/2 inch drive I believe


Have these the head you would find on a standard hand rachet?

Halfords Advanced torque wrench model 60 (Norbar?). Possibly with discount at £58.50 or even £52
Found 23rd FebFound 23rd Feb
Left and right handed torque wrench. Most likely to be a rebranded norbar so top quality. Perfect for higher torque work (12-60Nm) on a bike at much cheaper cost than Park tools. W… Read more

How do you get a Halfords trade card


Looks virtually identical to the norbar, even taking its name too.


Halfords have recently changed the design of the torque wrenches, they were made by norbar. But don't know about the current maker. Note that the 1/2 inch used to be around £40 with the trade card.


Yes, same thoughts. But I've had to invest in a separate wrench for lower range. I think if there was such a range from 4nm up to 60nm then I reckon it wouldn't be very accurate at the lower range.


Would have been perfect for bikes if started at 4nm

LASER 3/8" Torque Wrench from Screwfix £21.99
Found 20th FebFound 20th Feb
Torque wrench with ft/lb dual scale, 7 incremental height adjustments and knurled grip. Supplied in heavy duty carry case. Was £34.99 Last time I bought a Torque Wrench was a Bri… Read more

There's a MacAllister 3/8" Torque Wrench in B&Q for £10 in their clearance sale,


The Teng I shared was under £40 (calibrated at manufacture) same item re-calibrated on shipping was 139 euro Paying more for a fresh certificate for those who must use calibrated tools only.


The laser may well be too, torque wrenches are one of the tools it pays to buy a decent quality well made item (not brand snobbery, but accuracy). Fair enough if you're only using it as a big ratchet for car wheel bolts etc, but over or under torquing some parts can lead to expensive repairs.


not going to profess to be an expert, but mine certainly appears to have been certified. Got a serial number on the wrench, which matches that on the cert and is wet ink signed (Steve I think! ). Not to say it isn't Chinese made and cert'd in UK (the quality of that certification obvs being up for discussion), but all I know is it is individually cert'd


Chinese rubbish Sealy are merely a re-seller. All Teng Tools torque wrenches are individually tested and certified at the time of manufacture.

REVERSIBLE ½" TORQUE WRENCH Was £24.99 Now £11.99 @ Screwfix C&C
Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan
Reversible torque wrench for maximum usability. Robust metal construction and dimpled handle for increased grip. Includes plastic storage box, 3/8" adaptor and 5" extension bar. To… Read more

Bit of information on accuracy; 'Calibration checked before leaving factory to ensure its within 4% accuracy' This is good enough for me for most of what I do. Obviously calibration can change with time/use. If I was rebuilding a gearbox and a few other jobs, I'd rather be using a higher end tool, and even that would need its calibration checking from time to time.


Ordered. A few left around Glasgow


Bagged one, the last one for miles by me. Taa OP. Have some heat.


Thanks OP ordered click and collect



Sealey AK624 Calibrated 1/2" Torque Wrench @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive) - £21.49
Found 2nd JanFound 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 Amazo… Read more

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


Now gone up to £30.99, hope this helped a few people grab one for a good price! (y)


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.


Hub nuts - can be easily over 200NM, and it needs to be right or the wheel bearing life can be decreased.


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

LocalLocalFound 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
Edited on 06/02/2018 - now only £10 but only few store that have this in stock. Was at the B&Q store didn't show anything online, but luckely found it and bought all (cheeky) … Read more

I would guess that most diy mechanics that use a torque wrench use it for tightening wheel nuts. So a 1/2-inch would be recommended.


Only if you have 1/2" sockets, which would seem unlikely for most "diy mechanics", general purpose socket sets will generally come on 1/4 and 3/8 sets, with 1/2" needed for much bigger jobs, for car work I can't see anything needing more than 3/8" sockets / bars / torque wrenches, I've certainly never needed anything over 3/8 for any car I have ever worked on, and if they did a step up adaptor and individual 1/2" is going to be more economical than a full set.


Oh one more thing, they don't show up in thier system best thing to do is probbably give them a ring, or if possiblt just visit your local store, their stock level is way off the chart. Wanted to pay for one of this last night, but didnt go though and came up with message stating not in stock, but when I went there they had them (lol)


Sweet, thanks very much.


The 1/2" drive would be best for that :)

Milwaukee M18BIW38-0 18V Li-Ion Compact Impact Wrench 3/8" Body Only SAVE over 25% RRP £134.44 @ Toolstation
Found 23rd Nov 2017Found 23rd Nov 2017
SAVE £34.46 Works with all Milwaukee M18 batteries. • No load speed: 0-2450rpm • Max torque: 210Nm • Impact rate: 0-3350ipm Requires Li-Ion battery: 2.0Ah 39390 , 4.0Ah 19197 … Read more
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Which is Algonquin for 'The Good Land'” :{


The battery costs just as much as the drill ffs. If you don't use them enough the batteries only last 10 minutes before they need charging.


It’s pronounced Mill-EE-walkay

Half Price Tool Sets with code @ Halfords ie 4 Piece Pliers & Wrench Set / 48 piece Stubby Tool Set / Advanced 8 piece Screwdriver Set / 58 piece Ratchet Screwdriver & Bit Set now all £9 each C+C
Found 11th Oct 2017Found 11th Oct 2017
Husband just had an email through from Halfords with a code HPTOOLS that takes 50% off selected Tools, I've had a quick look & can find 4 sets that it works on (though have a p… Read more
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Halfords 4 Piece Pliers & Wrench Set£9SAVE £9Was £18 * from the op's link, without a code


Strange, just tested & working fine on the items in the OP :)


code not working for me :(


For Halfords stubby tool..where can I get bigger heads (caps) to open large things, like Oil Cap Filter from my VW Golf 5..??


The screwdrivers are very good and worth every penny. Like others have said, I've never seen them at £18 though. In fact, they were "half price" from £15 down to £7.50 a couple of months ago. Still a good deal so voted hot, as they're definitely worth £9

Challenge Micrometer Torque Wrench £9.99 .Free delivery Argos on eBay
Found 24th Jun 2016Found 24th Jun 2016
Range of the Torque Wrench is 28- 210 NM.With 5 inch extension bar.

A nice bonus with this is the thinner profile on the ratchet. Had to change an auxillary belt on a car and this was the only ratchet that was thin enuf to fit the gap. Has paid for itself already!


In all honesty, I'm not sure it is. Maybe for some people, those who have no idea what torque feels like, but I do have an older version of this and it always gives an inaccurate level, either too low or too high. And tbh, I'm almost certain mine is better made than this version. Use if you have no idea of what torque to put on a fastener, otherwise trust your instincts, or buy a better one. Either way, don't use this for important torques..not that anyone would, I'm reasonably sure. :|


oos to fast :(


Oh Matron!


Cold no use for the hub nuts on my Veyron. Hot of course.

Bahco Electronic Torque wrench 1 / 2 "14 x 18 MM 34-340NM £138.99 Amazon
Found 10th Apr 2016Found 10th Apr 2016
roduct Description Bahco electronic torque wrench 1 / 2 "14 x 18 mm-No IZO D-340 34–340NM Box Contains 1 x Bahco IZO-D-340 Electronic Torque Wrench 34-340 Nm Amazing price for b… Read more
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it broke my teeth ,useless going back to my Oral-b.


​Also available for £121.82


​Over kill. know these on offer but who in their right mind would spend £120 let alone £700 on a Torq wrench when a £30 one would do same job????


3/8 model still available for £162.02 with an rrp of £790!

Auto XS Torque Wrench £9.99 @ Aldi (Bury)
LocalLocalFound 31st Dec 2015Found 31st Dec 2015
Was £15.99, is £9.99 in store today.

Accuracy +/- 50%


good find op, heat

Powerfix Torque Wrench Set £15.99. At Lidl
LocalLocalFound 4th Oct 2015Found 4th Oct 2015
This actually came available last Thursday (1st October) but just seen it in the latest store mag so stock may be limited by now. In the box,apart from the wrench,it has a 1/2 " ex… Read more
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So you agree that the CE mark is applied by the manufactures themselves on self governance and not that the CE mark requires approval, which is what you said in your first comment: 'tighter tolerances than the more common CE approval' correct? CE marks virtually has no relevance with manufacturing tolerances, it's main purpose is to serve as some sort of assurance that the products meet the minimum safety standards so that people won't get poisoned, electrocuted or blew themselves up. My concern is that a lot of people outside engineering think that the CE mark stands for some sort of quality approval, well it isn't! It's as good as RoHS. Also certification like TUV cost money from around 10k for simple devices to hundreds of thousands. The cost of putting on the CE marking? Absolutely zero! I thought lab technicians/engineers are very well versed in testing standards, I'm not specialised in this area and often need to call them up to make sense of codes like ISO 527-5, ISO 1268-1 etc.


Hello there Captain Passive Aggressive, At what point exactly did I say CE was a European standard? I said that Lidl tools are TUV approved which has stricter controls than CE which is entirely true and something you appear to agree with. If a manufacturer agrees that the product they are manufacturing complies with CE requirements and is willing to take responsibility for that product they can apply the CE mark. It is also mandatory for certain products. TUV testing is done independently and has much stricter controls over when the mark can be applied and poor quality tools will not meet the requirements and therefore will not be permitted to display the TUV mark. But yes, I do work in a lab – admittedly not one that works with approvals, I’m a materials engineer for an aerospace firm.


Do you really work for a lab? you probably need to read up on certification process. CE is just a self declaration that a product conforms to the relevant legislation within the EU, it does not mean the product is certified to meet any standard. Don't fool the general public into thinking CE mark = European Standard. TUV, ISO and BS these are the marks people should look out for.


He'll be busy soon picking up all the discarded Match and More cards from the car park after they gave up trying to price match Aldi and Lidl.


I have one of these and it's excellent. I work in a Mechanical Test laboratory equipped with calibrated torque testers. I've had mine two years and checked it when I first got it and then again recently for a torque critical job (Cylinder head bolts into aluminium block) and both results were within 1Nm of nominal. Lidl tools are typically higher quality than other budget brands as the majority are TUV approved which works to tighter tolerances than the more common CE approval.

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