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GEARWRENCH 3/8" Drive Electronic Torque Wrench, 10-135 Nm - 85076
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||19.7 x 2.86 x 3.23 inches|
|Item Torque||135 Newton Meters|
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- Digitally tracks torque measurement. Multiple alerts when the target torque is reached prevent over torqueing of bolts. Handle vibrates, buzzer sounds & LED light shows solid
- Color: Black
- Manufactured in Taiwan
|Global Trade Identification Number||00099575850769|
|Included Components||Adjustable Wrench|
|Item Torque||135 newton_meters|
|Item Weight||2.00 pounds|
|Number of Items||1|
|Number of Teeth||72|
|Specific Uses For Product||Professional|
|Warranty Description||1 year limited warranty; calibration accuracy warrantied for 90 days|
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GEARWRENCH produced the original five-degree ratcheting wrench in 1996 and quickly became a go-to brand for professional automotive technicians. The innovation didn’t stop there. Year after year, the GEARWRENCH brand continues to expand its line—in ratcheting tools and beyond—to help automotive and industrial technicians get their jobs done faster and easier.
GEARWRENCH Electronic Torque Wrenches
The GEARWRENCH family of torque wrenches & torque products offer the latest innovations in torque measurement. The electronic torque wrenches are available in fixed head and with angle. They ensure a more precise fastener torque level and are available in a 3/8 and 1/2 drive. The GEARWRENCH line of torque products allows the user to complete any job where accurate torque is required.
- 72-tooth ratchet head
- Accurate in clockwise direction +/- 2% and +/-3% in a counter-clockwise direction, from 20% to 100% of full scale
- Five torque measurement units are available: Nm, ft-lbs, in-lbs, kgf-m, kgf-cm
|GEARWRENCH 85076||GEARWRENCH 85078||GEARWRENCH 85077||GEARWRENCH 85079|
|Primary Scale Range||10 - 135 Nm||10 - 100 ft/lbs||30 - 340 Nm||25 - 250 ft/lbs|
|Primary Scale Increments||0.1 Nm||0.1 ft/lbs||0.1 Nm||0.1 ft/lbs|
|Secondary Scale Range||7.4 - 99.6 ft/lbs||10 - 135 Nm||25.1 - 250.8 ft/lbs||30 - 340 Nm|
|Secondary Scale Increments||0.1 ft/lbs||0.1 Nm||0.1 ft/lbs||0.1 Nm|
|Blow mold case included||✓||✓||✓||✓|
"The GEARWRENCH family of torque wrenches & torque products offer the latest innovations in torque measurement. Included in the line are micrometer, Tire shop, beam and electronic torque wrenches, as well as, torque Multipliers. The micrometer wrenches are available in fixed head and flex head. The fixed head line offers wrenches In 1/4" To 3/4" Drives. The flex head wrenches are available in 3/8" And 1/2" Drives. The tire shop wrenches feature a rugged Tire tread rubber cover on the head intended to specifically be used for checking wheel lug nuts and are available in 3/8" And 1/2" Drives. The electronic torque wrenches ensure a more precise fastener torque Level and are available in a 3/8" And 1/2" Drives. The GEARWRENCH line of torque products allow the user to complete any job where accurate torque is required.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 19.7 x 2.86 x 3.23 inches; 2 Pounds
- Item model number : 85076
- Date First Available : January 21, 2016
- Manufacturer : Apex Tool Group
- ASIN : B01AY0JF42
- Country of Origin : Taiwan
- Best Sellers Rank: #9,062 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)
- #12 in Torque Wrenches
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That being said, this IS NOT COMPARABLE AT ALL to the Snapon as other reviewers claim. Because the Snapon TechAngle does just that, it also measures ANGLE!!!! This wrench does NOT do that.
If you need ANGLE measurements, and over 200ftlbs and stellar warranty, you should buy the Snapon! If you don't need angle measurements, flex head, best warranty, and highest resale value, but still want a digital wrench that goes over 200lbs then this is very good option, I have been using it for a few months now, and It's very good FOR THE PRICE.
1. it eats batteries like a "husky" kid eats candy (a pair a week)
2. at -20 it will sometimes not want to start up and it really eats batteries (a pair a day)
If you keep it 50+ degrees then bring it out to work on stuff its easier on batteries. I with the beeping was quieter and the buzzing/vibrating more definitive. Handle is comfy and it is very accurate, The teeth are reasonably fine and it has a quality finish.
I like it overall but if I could do it over again I'd get a CDI/Precision for my one and only 1/2" torque wrench. But then again this is $100 on sale vs $170 . . .
So I purchased this the first time refurbished and instead of this tool I wound up getting infant clothing for "Baby's First Christmas"!!! Amazon refused to give me a refund to my card/bank account & would only give me Amazon Credit. Fine, I reordered-same tool same condition (refurbished)-and had to pay a higher price so the credit I received didn't cover the full purchase cost meaning I had to spend even MORE $$$ for the SAME TOOL I HAD ORDERED A WEEK PRIOR!!!!!!
So I wait and it shows up-inoperative. Refurbished my ass! It will turn on, display "Cal" for Calibrate and then turn off. Completely non-functional. Took me all of an hour (or less) to figure out that the previous owner/user had stressed the tool beyond its calibrated limits and so it would NOT work without sending it back to Gearwrench for a re-calibration (at my own expense of course) for nearly as much as I paid for the tool in the first place. Returned it (yet again) and got another Amazon Store Credit! Finally said to hell with this and bought some Milwaukee M18 batteries.
There are 2 things I would change if I could: add a release button on the head and a volume switch for the BEEPs.
I don't think micrometer torque wrenches generally have a release pin on the socket head but it'd be great if this one did. It's not easy changing socket; it takes some effort to yank them off. But this is a minor complaint, not a deal-breaker.
As to the BEEPS, they are loud, which is great when you reach your torque target but they sound on every button-press; when changing torque targets it's every tenth of a pound. This too is a small annoyance.
All in all I'm happy I bought it. I won't use it often enough to justify buying something better at 4x the price. Remember to pick up a couple AA batteries as they're not included with the wrench.
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Well, I'm quite pleased with it overall. It's easy to use and is as accurate as it claims to be from what I can tell. You can set and save the desired torque spec, so it won't move around on you, it tells you how tight you tightened it and you just turn it off to store it instead of having to set it to its lowest setting like with a click-type torque wrench.
The length of it is great and it's easy to apply the right amount of torque. I have to play around with the % setting to get it to start beeping not too early and not too late.
I would say the only thing I don't like about it are the 0.1 ft.lb. increments. I never use a "less than whole number setting" value on a 1/2" torque wrench. It's always a whole number, like 55, 80, 140, etc. But because you have to adjust it based on 0.1 ft.lb. increments, if it's on 139 ft.lb. and you need to set it to 140 ft.lb., you have to click "up" 10 times and listen to it beep for each click. It's inefficient and forces you to listen to the beeping. When you hold the button down, it will speed up but in almost unpredictable and exponential ways which, of course, causes you to go too far up or down and you end up clicking like 20 times more and listening to each beep. I cover the speaker while I set it because the excessive beeping is just overkill. It should move up and down using whole numbers, not 0.1 ft.lb. increments.
I had to write a lot of words to explain the dislike above but that does not mean I do not like this product. I actually really like it, but if they could do something better (at least in my mind), it would be to change the increment setting or at least give us the option to change it.
All in all, excellent product. I would recommend this to anyone who uses a 1/2" torque wrench regularly.