|Item Weight||2.55 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16 x 1.4 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||1002MFRMH|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||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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CDI 1002MFRMH 3/8-Inch Drive Metal Handle Click Type Wrench, Torque Range 10 to 100-Ft.lbs
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- Torque range is 10 to 100 foot pounds
- Dual scale, calibrated dual direction
- Positive lock with spring loaded pull down lock ring
- Fast, accurate and easy to set
- Easy to read laser marked single scale
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The CDI 1503MFRMH Micrometer Adj Torque Wrench Dual Scale has a 1/2" Drive and an English range of 20-150 Ft Lbs and Metric range of 34-197 Nm.
The metal handle series offers the user a rugged, industrial strength torque wrench able to withstand the rigors of professional use and all of CDI's click torque wrenches are calibrated for use in both direction.
CDI Torque Products: torque without compromise.
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This CDI Torque 3/8-Inch drive metal handle click type torque wrench offers the user a rugged, industrial strength torque wrench able to withstand the rigors of professional use. Handles are lightly knurled for a tough, non slip grip. It has a dual scale which is calibrated in dual direction. It has a positive lock with a spring loaded pull down lock ring. It features a fast, accurate and easy to set as well as easy to read laser marked scales. It also features a quick release buttons which provide good socket retention as well as easy socket removal. The torque range is 10 to 100 foot pounds.
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This review is for the 1 inch drive torque wrench and I use it for a specific job. It is used to torque bolts on a forklift attachment to a setting of 720 ft lbs. so it is a pretty hefty task and the torque is near the upper end of this wrenches scale.
The wrench comes with a very sturdy (and heavy) metal carrying case which is a major plus. For a wrench of this magnitude and weight I was pleased to see it didn't come with the standard blow molded, and normally wimpy carrying case. It is a two piece torque wrench and once assembled it measures a whopping 70" and weighs around 25 lbs. The weight and length of this wrench make torquing bolts to over 700 lbs quite easy. I weigh in at 160 lbs so I figured I would be hanging on the end of this wrench to reach 720 lbs but with a medium effort two handed pull I can get the proper torque. However, it is quite a workout handling this wrench due to the weight.
The torque wrench itself is of exceptional quality. Like I stated earlier I have several makes of torque wrenches and this one, by far, exceeds the rest with its quality and workmanship. The torque adjusting dial has a locking collar so once you select your specified torque you don't need to worry about the dial moving while handling the wrench. It locks in securely and is very easy to unlock and change your specs.
Snap-On does it again with an exceptional tool that is aesthetically pleasing, ergonomic and extremely durable. And Amazon comes in with the best price on this product on the planet saving me several hundred dollars. I will never own another brand of torque wrench.
***UPDATE*** I reviewed the enclosed calibration certificate and saw it was certified in both directions. This should be very useful to those who work with left handed fasteners.
A number of pro's for this product:
1. It is a solid, well crafted unit and has a metal handle so will not break readily with the amount of abuse I put them through
2. To set the wrench, one rotation is 10. You would not believe how many wrenches go in 15's; you try to figure out (easily) how to get it to 85; not fun.
3. It has a nice solid click when you get there!
4. It has acurate readings (I verified it on a torque wrench bench tester).
1. Once I got the wrench I noted that it is not as acurate when you get to the high end or very low end of its range. I was not concerned about the high end but I often do work that requires it to be below 50 ft lbs so I ended up getting another CDI torque wrench (3/8 drive) whose main range is 30-75 to fix that. Keep that in mind when buying this; it works most accurately between 50 and 225. (It is still quite acceptable but I'm a perfectionist when it comes to torque)
Please note that to keep the wrench acurate you need to reset it back to the setting it came at from the factory (in this case 30). There was a document inside indicating this; that was good to know as I was always told to set it all the way out. Not following this every time your done using it is one quick way to have your wrench measurements go out of whack.
By comparison I have yet to suffer a failure with a CDI Torque wrench - they are simply better made. However I do have a couple of points (that to some extent apply to all torque wrenches). The first concerns accuracy. Especially at the low end of the scale the accuracy falls off significantly. Consequently I ended up with 4 torque wrenches to cover the full range of my Toyota MR2. This really isn't a criticism but you should be aware of the need to overlap your wrenches - a good 30% overlap in the torque range would be my um-scientific recommendation.
The other minor issue is that the etched readings are somewhat hard to see - especially in dim light - and as a result you should exercise good tool management to prevent them from become scratched and eroded over time. Okay, I know that sounds obvious, but worth remembering as these tools are built-to-last.
For home use I have yet to find a better product - these tools are a joy to use.