|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||19.5 x 4.3 x 2.4 inches|
|Item model number||1002CF3|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Warranty: Snap-on Industrial Brands warrants that CDI Torque products shall be free from defects in workmanship and materials for the usable life of the product.|
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I've used this many times and torquing many things.
A few of the positive things:
Easy to use
Digital and easy to read.
Easy to switch between NM and lbs.
Very low torque range and pretty high range
- (5.0-100.0 Ft/Lb / 120-1200 In/Lb / 13.6-135.6 Nm)
Angle head (surprisingly very useful)
Soft grip handle
Non-lit display (would be nice to be back lit)
Battery removal (not easy due to screw, however it is also very secure)
CR123 Batteries (pro or con, but more expensive and harder to find)
Although there are con's, some of them could be considered positive.
For example the screw to hold in the battery will never come loose.
CR123 last much longer than other batteries.
Overall for the price this is one of the best Torque Wrenches you can buy.
It also comes in a nice solid case.
One other negative is that if you are working in a loud/noisy environment it is hard to hear the torque warning. I saw other brand torque wrenches vibrate and make noise. That would have been a nice feature.
However this does have a LED light which is helpful.
Battery end cap cannot be damaged or pulled off like it can with the Snap-on tool
LED's are very bright and easy to read
Tool can be used to loosen and tighten fasteners
Quality rubber around too for easy handling
Long life battery
Easy to read LED
4 different modes/calculation for torquing items
No vibration when set torque is reached (Tool cannot be used by feel alone)
Beep is not loud enough to hear in a mildly noisy shop
Beep tone frequency does not increase as you get closer to desired torque so there is a higher likely hood you will over torque a fastener if you are working fast and cannot see the scale or lights.
Overall this is a very quality tool even with out the vibration capability would beat the Snap-on brand tool if only the beep tone was louder.
The unit is very well made and, as I found perusing the Snap-On catalog, they offer a similar range model 0-100 ft lb. Looks similar, except the CDI unit is about $200 cheaper :) It even came with a specification sheet and all. I have no bad things to say really. I do have some input, though.
I had an issue on my first torquing procedure. I set the wrench to 45 ft lb and proceeded to torque - it torqued it up to the limit just fine and I felt confident in the reading. Then I went to do the next bolt and the wrench wouldn't ratchet. Nothing. The selector was locked too. At first I thought maybe this is to prevent movement? Then I realized no, it's just stuck. I fiddled with the selector and it freed up and the wrench would ratchet again. But, then I free-turned the socket and it felt a little jammy. So, took the wrench to my workbench and removed the two torx screws holding the oil plate on. I could see the ratcheting mechanism was just barely bound on itself. I freed it and removed the square drive gear. I could see the issue, I believe. The issue is that whatever lubricant is being used at assembly is gelling up and becoming quite thick. I removed a piece of lube with the consistency more akin to silicone than grease. I picked it from the gear and dabbed it to a towel and it maintained its shape - not exactly ideal for lubricant.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this with the understanding that it was made by the people who make the snap on wrenches. Either this is a Chinese knock off, or the snap on ones are the good ones and these... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jayme miller
I've used this twice now - much more confident in the settings than using the cheap Chinese ones. I like the indicator light when you reach the torque. very easy to use correctly.Published 3 months ago by Sais
This is great tool for working on my motorcycle. The torque range is larger than my old Sear and I am warn when I am approaching the mark. It is good buy.Published 9 months ago by Harvey L James
yes it is pricey, but man is this good. I work on my motorcycles and cars and I always felt a little uncertain with the cheap Chinese/Tiwanese/Whatever torque wrenches. Read morePublished 16 months ago by whatever
Made by the same company that makes Snap-On How could you go wrong for half the pricePublished 17 months ago by James T Brown