|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13 x 3 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||9-31425|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Craftsman 9-31425 20-150 ft lbs 1/2" Drive MicroTork Torque Wrench
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|Item Dimensions||13.00 x 3.00 x 3.00 inches||18.90 x 3.30 x 2.80 inches||18.50 x 1.90 x 1.40 inches||29.65 x 3.68 x 2.58 inches||26.00 x 3.00 x 2.50 inches||2.50 x 3.00 x 18.00 inches|
The Craftsman 9-31425 1/2" Dr. MicroTork Torque Wrench 20-150 ft. lbs. is accurate to +/- 4%.
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Go to Harbor freight. The quality is about the same, but it'll cost you less, and more importantly, you can take it back to the store when it breaks. Not so with Craftsman.
Amazon agreed to accept a "one-time" return after the 30 days ( I didn't take it out of the box for a few months) even though Craftsman has a 1 year warranty on it, the caveat being it must be returned to the seller. I guess Sears has no room for accepting junk torque wrenches.
Very disappointed in this product, I will search for a better brand.
I have been very disappointed that Craftsman decided a while ago to offshore production of their tools. They were never the best tools money could buy, but they were by far, the very best tools you could get Made In The USA for the money.
Because of their decision to offshore, when it came time for a torque wrench for my traveling tool kit, I looked at everything other than Craftsman. The other USA brands were more than I wanted to pay for this application. I gave Tekton a shot because I've bought a few of their tools in the past that were decent. It turns out this is not the case with a torque wrench. The Tekton was terrible. It also looked as though it was the same or similar to most of the other imports.
That lead me to this Craftsman. Yes, it is made in China. It appeared though, that the design is the same, or very close to the same, as my USA made Craftsman. As suspected, even though iris no longer made in the USA, the design and operation is the same as my old Craftsman.
As long as Craftsman is not made in the USA I will ship other brands. In the end though, in at least some cases, they still make better tools than the cheaper import brands.