|Brand||Brown Line Metalworks|
|Item Weight||3.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||22 x 2.2 x 2.2 inches|
|Item model number||BLD0212|
|Manufacturer Part Number||BLD0212|
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Brown Line Metal Works BLD0212 Digital Torque Wrench
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- Digital Torque Wrench has patent pending technologies like double gear sensing system and ensures repeatable accuracy of +/- 3.5 percent both clockwise and counter clockwise, accurate 20-100 percent of full scale
- Soft touch over-mold provides comfortable non-slip grip and engineered plastics ensure resistance against common garage fluids (oil, gas, etc.) and impact resistant housing
- Large backlit digital display shows both target torque and current read-out, LEDs and digital display provide visual feedback when operating wrench and buzzer creates audible feedback when target torque is reached
- Digital Torque Wrench ratchet head consist of 1/2inch drive reversible ratchet, 22-tooth gear provides an 11.25 degree arc while handling high torque loads, forged from Chromium Vanadium alloy to ensure strength and conforms to ASME B107.10.2005 standards
- Easily switch between ft/lbs, in/lbs, and Nm, automatically powers off when not in use for 2 minutes and low battery indicator
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Day in and day out, mechanics routinely tighten a variety of components to specific torque values. Despite their vast experience and attention to detail, even the best and most efficient mechanic can occasionally over-tighten or under-tighten a component, leading to vehicle damage or even catastrophic failure. Using a patented Double Gear Sensing System (D.G.S.S.), the Brown Line Digital Torque Wrench greatly reduces the possibility of human error with the following features.
Quickly and easily enter a “Target Torque” by using the intuitive button design. The backlit LCD will then display in real time the exact amount of torque being applied.
Audible and Visual Signals
A series of LEDs and a buzzer alert the user as the Target Torque is being approached - and then hit. This helps to eliminate over-torquing as the user is able to adjust their pull speed as the Target Torque nears. Once the Target Torque is hit, a red light and buzzer simultaneously alert the user to stop pulling.
Peak Torque Display
After applying torque to a fastener, the wrench will display the Peak Torque (highest torque value) so the user knows exactly how much torque was applied. No more guessing as to the final torque.
Double Gear Sensing System Technology (D.G.S.S.) and 8-bit microprocessor produce precise torque readings of +/- 3.5 percent clockwise and counter clockwise. And unlike a traditional “click” style wrench, the Brown Line wrench does not have to be turned down to its lowest setting when being stored. This is the biggest reason why torque wrenches go out of calibration.
At the press of a button convert from Ft-lbs to Nm to In-lbs. No more wasting time doing the calculations by hand.
A ½” ratcheting drive and a range from 15 to 150 Ft. lbs makes the Brown Line wrench perfect for automotive use — from torqueing lug nuts to doing engine work.
The Brown Line torque wrench uses specially engineered plastics that resist the most common oils, gasoline, and chemicals you would encounter in a garage. And the soft-grip overmold ensures comfort when being used.
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The tool itself is long (as all torque wrench are) which can be an issue in tight quarters or even if you're torquing lug nuts since it will bump into the fenders at most angles. But the advantage of the length is that you can be much smoother when tightening which is essential to getting an accurate torque reading. For lug nuts either a deep socket or an extended will be necessary on most cars.
The tool seems made well, and work well. The plastic body leads me to treat this a bit gingerly, but I don't know that its necessary. I suspect I will drop it at some point accidentally and I'll know for sure). It requires 3 AA cells which are not included. The instructions provided are brief and to the point.
You set the appropriate scale (ft/lbs or nt/m) and then set the desired torque amount. The numbers are shown on a backlit LCD display. As you use the tool, there are 3 LEDs that tell you what's happening. Green means you're applying torque, yellow means you're close (within 20%) and when you hit the red led and you hear a beep, it means you're hit it. The tool will display torque applied as its being used and will display peak torque.
It couldn't be simpler.
The one flaw comes from the auto-off feature.Read more ›
has been working great. It is one of the best father's day gifts I
have ever gotten.
First, the wrench looks great, and is easy to use. You just set the
desired torque and then go. There is a yellow light that lets you
know when you are getting close, and a red light and beep goes off
when you hit the programmed torque. Best of all, afterwards it will
display the actual torque that you hit - so you know exactly what the
value was. The wrench can go up to 150 ft.lbs. - which has so far
covered everything that I need.
Compared to my old "clicker" model - it is so much easier to use.
Overall, a great tool.
1) The "memory" button has nothing to do with memory. It should read "set" and there shouldn't be any label that leads you to believe there is a memory. Since I almost always use this tool for the same purpose, I always want it set to the same (75 ft lbs). Yet every time I turn it on, I have to set it. Including if I set it down for 3 minutes and it automatically turns off. With an analog torque wrench I could just pick up the tool and go. Why this one can't default to its last setting is beyond me.
2) More important is the peak hold "feature." When you stop applying torque for 3 seconds, the display will read out the peak torque. Sounds nice, doesn't it? I'll cruise along with about 2.5 seconds between lug nuts, listening for the torque wrench to beep and never looking at the display. Except then every once in a while I'll need to pause for one reason or another, and on the next lug nut it will never beep. I'll realize I've overtightened the lug nut and look at the display to see I'm 5-10 ft lbs over target because the tool was stuck reading my peak torque and not current. There's no way to disable it, and the 3 second delay is the absolute worst length they could have chosen for how I'm using the tool. At least if it was 1 second I would know I had to hit the memory button.
If you're not trying to torque 20 lug nuts quickly so you can get packed up and go home, this torque wrench might not be so miserable to use (but probably still a little). Either way, I can't figure out what I was thinking when I bought digital instead of analog.
There's a track mode I need to try to see if that makes life easier. It's kind of slow the way I'm using it now for something that requires multiple torques.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this tool it is great to operate.its awesome.good that I purchase this tool.Published 2 months ago by sylvester brathwaite
Worked pretty well until it fell off my workbench one time, and is completely dead since then. Too fragile.Published 5 months ago by MJannusch
This thing is garbage, wouldn't turn on and the company provided no support. I ended up returning it, their instructions were so poorly written, and the illustrations looked like... Read morePublished 6 months ago by W
Although the unit will read in inch pounds this is not an inch pound device. Its a little quirky and should be used as a lug nut device.Published 6 months ago by Rich
Functions flawlessly. Forget any values below 20ftlbs. It won't read it, as for most TQWrenches. That was expected for the small fasteners...now as for the big ones it's epic. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Nate