Their goal is to make you satisfied, a 12 month warranty and always good service for their customers. Please contact them if you have a question. The Torque range of 2 to 20 nm with 0.2 nm locking fine adjustment is certified accuracy and comes with an official calibration certificate. Make sure the parts on your bike are tightened to the correct Torque and that you extend the life of your high performance parts. It's easy to use, pull down the locking knob and hold it until the setting is complete. The locking knob will spring back to lock the value if you release your hand. A click sound on the wrench handle will alert the user to stop applying force when the Torque value is reached. The anti-slip textured handle and slim design make it easy to use even in difficult spaces. The wrench head can be adjusted to be used in both clockwise and counterclockwise directions. The case is made for safe storage of tool heads. Solude Torque Wrench are designed for riders with a maximum Torque value of 20NM. They can be used for a wide range of work, from bike repair to equipment installation. The Ironclad Guarantee includes 1x1/4" Torque Wrench, 12xBit Sockets, 1xChain Checker, 1x3/8" conversion head, 1xExtension Bar, and 1xStorage Box. If you have a problem with the product, they will be happy to give you a new one. The Ironclad Guarantee includes 1x1/4" Torque Wrench, 12xBit Sockets, 1xChain Checker, 1x3/8" conversion head, 1xExtension Bar, and 1xStorage Box. If you have a problem with the product, they will be happy to give you a new one.
👤Good product over all. If you don't use it as a daily tool, it's good. I only use this item to Torque down screws and bolts on my smaller items. My job is IT tech and I have an electric bicycle. The network closets are decent but not the best. The price is very competitive. I have seen the same ones at different prices. buy it It's ok.
👤I am leaving 4 stars because of the box that came damaged and I can't close it. It's not perfect, but it works very well. I am using it to Torque small bolts in my car.
👤I needed a cheap set to put my bike together. I'm happy with my purchase of this set.
👤Great value! There is a The price was great and the job was done well.
👤Muy buen producto. Y facil de usar.
👤La llave de Torque. No funciona, pero nunca tiene el release.
The bicycle Torque wrench with a micro adjustment of 0.1 helps to ensure that the parts on your bike are safe to tighten and that the parts on your bike are evenly distributed. This helps prolong the life of components. Their dual direction drive head makes it easy to follow the manufacturer's recommended setting. Each tool is tested for accuracy before it is shipped. The tool emits a click when a pre-set Torque value is reached. A lock/unlock feature helps tighten bolts. The markings on the wrench are easy to read. Idea for use on stems, seat, lever, crankset, and more. The bike tool kit has two pieces: H2, H 2.5, H3 and H4. T10, T25, T30 are the names of the testicles. The bits are from the Philips. The extension bar is 4mm and 50mm. The case has a section for storing bolts when using the wrench, as well as a protective molded case to keep the wrench and bits safe. The head measures Torque in clockwise and counter clockwise directions. Release the bit button. Their bicycle Torque wrench sets are tested for accuracy and come with a certification for each tool. Their bicycle Torque wrench sets are tested for accuracy and come with a certification for each tool.
👤I expected a good quality Chinese wrench for $50. I got something Harbor Freight wouldn't sell for. There are many things wrong with this tool. The handle came loose and fell off. It isn't my responsibility to fix the tools I buy, even though I could have taken the end cap off. 2. The handle on your bike is dangerous. You could easily remove paint from the frame if you get the wrench in a tight spot. A sharp edge of aluminum is left after the end cap falls off. 3. It's a click type wrench. You can tighten after the wrench clicks. It's easy to accidentally over Torque a fastening because of the click. 4. There is a lot of slop in the mechanism. The tolerances of the cheapest wrench at Walmart are not as high as this one. 5. The bits are terrible. A) The business ends are not straight. It's easy to slip the head of a bolt. The included drivers are far, far more rounded than the Park Tool drivers. They look like tools that my shop throws away. A) The bits are not marked. The bits are in sockets that say 1/3 on them. The molded case has no markings. It's a big hassle when you want to find your 5mm bit. I did not test it's accuracy. The tool cannot have been adjusted correctly. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone.
👤I was looking for an affordable wrench that I could throw in my car so that I could have it with me while I was at school or traveling to races. The wrench is built to last and doesn't feel like it will fall apart on me. It's nice that it comes with 16 extra bits for the bike and an extension for water bottle cages. The blue handle makes it stand out. The case is built to hold the bits in. I would recommend this over any other brand due to its cost and built.
👤I use settings 5.1, 6.2 and 13.1 NM for mfg call outs on carbon, adjusting settings by pulling the lock ring release and turning the handle, if you have carbon fiber parts. I wish my eyes were better to read the small numbers, so it's easier to move from 5.1 to 6.2, but one advantage is not having to change settings. The operation was easy and the documentation was good. The extension bar lets you get into more places. The sockets are securely fastened and can get you into tight spots that are the diameter of the sockets. The settings matched up when I tested them against my wrench. The chrome finish and workmanship is solid. It worked reliably when you switched clockwise to counter clockwise. There is a This is a good price to get a multi-purpose wrench that has so many bits. The sockets are fitted through a hole opening. Can be used for more than just my bikes. The price and value are solid.
The accuracy is between 2 inch/pounds up to 40 inch/pounds. It is easy to use, repeatable, accurate Torque settings to scope rings, guard screws, windage screws and base screws, which aids in accuracy and decreases the opportunity for problems in the field. The range of Torque adjustment is from 10 inch to 65 inch. It isdurable: S2 tool steel is used for the bits. There is a 10 bit flat blade, a 3 bit flat blade, a 5 bit flat blade, a 7 bit flat blade, a 8 bit flat blade, a 9 bit flat blade, a 10 bit flat blade, a 15 bit flat blade, a 16 bit flat blade, a 17
👤The product is great and it's a bargain. I don't see how this screwdriver could be any better than other similar products. It's easy to set up and make it easy to get the right Torque on screws. There is a word of caution. I've seen several videos on the internet that show how to tighten a screw until you hear a click, then back off in the opposite direction and Torque it twice more. The instructions for the Fat Wrench state that it is not a ratcheting tool and only uses clockwise turns. Continue to turn clockwise until you hear two more clicks for proper torquing of screws. Before storing it away, untension it.
👤I ordered a driver to help Torque down some of the connections. The description of this item suggested it should work just fine, as I needed a driver that could do 10 or 15 inch pounds. It arrived a few hours ago and I'm going to return it. It can't drive a screw at the 10-inch pound setting. I am not strong enough to turn it hard enough to make it engage, it just keeps on driving. There is a I wonder if my package is fake because there was no instruction manual in the package, but I see photos of an actual manual in other reviews. I submitted an exchange request with Amazon so we can see if the second one is any better. I received my replacement from Amazon very quickly after I submitted my return. The replacement has performed as expected so far, and I have used it for 4 different tasks. The manual and calibration certificate were not present in my first unit's packaging. The review has been updated to reflect my overall satisfaction.
👤I got my item here and paid the same as everyone else, but mine has Chinese quality control that ruins the reputation of American companies that take their word for it. One of the tips came completely rounded. There is a I have to wait for a replacement. Do not recommend. Will update review once the company fixes my issue.
👤The digital version does not turn free when you reach the desired Torque, so I chose the analog version. You have to stop turning when you get to the desired setting on the digital. I like the satisfying click when you achieve the target Torque with this one. There is a It takes many turns to get to the high settings in the analog version, and you have to pull down the bottom ring to set the tension. It is recommended to dial it back to zero and release the tension before storing it. I think the digital version has an advantage over the old one that you don't have to make this adjustment before and after use. I am glad I chose the analog.
The cleaning kit can be used as a daily household cleaning tool. The range is 18–124 inch pounds. The drive is curblesscurbless and has a 0.4 Nm increment. Register for threading on the left and right hand. The dial-adjust system allows preset settings. The scale is Calibrated to be 4% accurate.
👤Park Tools is contracting the manufacture of their TW-5 Torque wrench out to a supplier in Taiwan that uses the same factory in China used by Tekton. I found out that the same factory that makes the Park Tools TW-5 also makes the Tekton 24320, which is a huge difference. I ordered the Tekton 24320 and tested it against my Park Tools TW-5. To do an accuracy test, I attached the TW-5 and the 24320 to 4Newton meters to my heavy duty vise and set the recommended Torque from Easton for their EC90SL riser bar. I measured the distance from the center of the drive to the center of the handle where the string was tied holding the weight. I converted the weight I used to the weight I used in the setting it had clicked in. The TW-5 is correct to within 7.1%, while the Tekton 24320 is correct to 0.9%. When the internal spring is stretched, the type of Torque Wrenches are more accurate, so a further correction could be in order. This is a poor result for the TW-5, and not within the 4% spec Park Tools claims. There is a method to reset the wrench back to its original position. The TW-5 uses a 1/2 inch sockets, so you will want to buy a 1/2 inch to 14 inch adapter to use many common sockets. There is a I don't work for the company, but the TW-5 lacks some nice features that the Tekton 24320 has. The scale on the handle is easier to read than the little window. The plastic of the Park Tools TW-5 is not as strong as the steel of the knurled handle. The feel of the Tekton 24320 is much more intuitive and it is easier to notice when you reach the limit in Torque. This is a great feature when you are wrenching and torquing. The Tekton 24320 feels better and has a higher quality of construction with more steel used throughout. The Park Tool TW-5 measures Torque in both directions, while the Tekton model only measures Torque in a right hand direction. Most modern bikes have left handed threads at three places, the left pedal, and the right hand bottom cup. The left pedal and bottom cup are not in the range of the TW-5. There is a There is a price. The Park Tools TW-5 is selling for between $104 and $118 currently, while the Tekton 24320 is selling for between $41 and $65. It becomes almost comical when you combine that with the fact that the TW-5 is less accurate, and it becomes a huge amount of difference. I have been wrenching my own bikes for almost 20 years and Park Tools makes some fine products. This isn't one of them. The older TW-1 beam Torque wrench is still available for sale on Amazon. If you want a really high end professional wrench, look at the CDI. The price of the tools they make is the same as the TW-5. You get better quality. I am not sure why the TW-5 could not have been made in the new Park Tools facility in Minnesota. I have nothing against the good people of Taiwan, but in this case I was spending the extra money on a Park Tools item because I was hoping for a higher level of quality control and workmanship, and the hope that American workers would be supported even if the price is higher. It's bad for publicity to charge Made in the USA prices when outsourcing labor to China and Taiwan. Especially for educated clients who have the funds to afford high level carbon mountain and road bikes and who would buy the TW-5 for home use on delicate carbon fiber components. The TW-5 Torque wrench is simply beaten by the cheaper and more accurate Tekton 24320 in all categories. I can't recommend this wrench.
The professional tool has a 1 year warranty. The click style bike Torque wrench is responsive and gives a feedback to the user to prevent damage from over tightening or un-tightened parts. If you have a question, please contact them. The tool box is perfect for the home workshop. The 15mm pedal wrench is built to last. Made from heat-treated steel and vinyl. 11 1/2” long.
👤I finally got one of these after years of wrestling with pedals. I don't understand why I need a fancy pedal tool when I can use a regular wrench. After making a fool of myself, I changed my mind when my new cyclist neighbor asked me to help him put on new pedals. He asked if I had a special pedal that could remove tools. I said I definitely needed one and laughed condescendingly. There is a The pedals wouldn't budge after 45 minutes of sweating. My neighbor lost his respect for me that evening. He looked at me with disgust and said he would take my bike to a bike shop. My kids are not allowed to play with his kids anymore. We don't get invited to the barbecue. My attempt at removing bike pedals has caused people to spread the word. All our neighbors have been hostile to my family. My wife blames me for more things now that she has hit the bottle. Don't make the same mistake as I did.
👤I tried to change out my stock pedals with a crescent wrench. After some blood, sweat, and almost tears, I was able to get the left pedal off of the bike. We tried to get the right pedal off for the next two hours. If you've never changed pedals, you should watch a video on youtube. We couldn't do it. It wouldn't come off. The crescent wrench was made to slip around by using some WD-40. We gave up. There is a I took the pedal wrench and installed the right pedal in 3 minutes. It's a lesson that I have to learn a lot more, get the right tool for the job.
👤I was unsure about purchasing the Park PW-5 pedal tool after reading many negative reviews. It costs less than the professional grade, so I decided to try it out. I used a long arm Allen wrench to remove the pedals. They came off without any strain with the Park Tool PM-5. Is a steel one piece crankset involved, if you are trying to decide if this tool is for you? Is the bike outside? Do you ride the bike hard and put it away? Is there something visible? Have the pedals been installed for a long time? Did a gorilla install the pedals with no concept of a Torque spec? There is a If you answered yes to at least one of the questions, you should invest in the more expensive tool. Both can provide superior leverage and grip. Both are made from a higher grade of steel. Both costs more than twice as much. If you maintain your bike and grease the pedal threads, you should be fine. If your cranks are not left in the elements overnight on a regular basis. The PM-5 is a Bic Lighter. If it fails after the next use, it will cost less than a trip to the LBS. I will throw it away and get another. Why invest in a bike shop grade tool for dated technology when you can use a 8mm Allen on the spindle? There is a What about the tool finish? It is not as pretty as the others, but it costs less. The pedals were replaced with the 2016 XTR M9000's. There is a I will admit that I maintain my bikes myself, even though I had a bad experience. I clean the bike after a ride. I lubricate things. There is a My bikes are locked up. In California. It doesn't rain very often here. I don't force threaded component connections. Park Tools provided an inexpensive alternative to the more expensive tools.
The package weight is 0.529 kilograms. Proper installation and tightening of stem bolts, seatpost bolts, and more can be done with the help of the Ritchey Torque Key. The set includes 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, and T20 and T25 keys. The bit holder is convenient.
👤Over-tightening a bolt on a carbon frame can quickly become a very expensive mistake, and I recently bought a carbon-fiber road bike. A friend recommended I grab one of these, as almost every bolt on a road bike is designed to be tightened to 5Nm. I had no idea that owning a key was so satisfying. The adjustment of the saddle height ended with a satisfying click. I moved on to the rest of my condo after the bike was turned on. I had a wide range of different types of fastenings at my disposal, so I was able to tighten the key to exactly 5Nm. There is a I ran out of things to tighten quickly, and a last-ditch desperation Amazon search for "things I can tighten with a 5Nm Torque Key" turned up no results. That is not a fault of the tool. I agree with a previous reviewer that the shape is a little cumbersome in tight spaces, and for example tightening the screws holding water bottle cages in place would be a little tricky, as I'm not worried about those being under tightened. I didn't crank them down. This is an ingenious solution for cyclists, and for the price is a no-brainer.
👤I had a chance to try out the small hand held Torque wrench by Park. When this one arrived, I had to compare it. This one does the job, no problems. It is not as polished as the Park one. You would expect that. I am sure the shop uses the Park tool on a daily basis, but how often do we check the Torque on our bikes? Maybe four times a year? Let me point out our differences. The handle on the tool is bigger. The Richey tool is difficult to use with one hand. I did it. The lever arm is not as long so you have to put on some pressure. It is not impossible but it is not as nice. Both releases at 5nm. Both of them get the job done. There are two more The Park tool and Richey tool are both made with 4mm bits, but the Richey is a little less nice. The Park tool 4mm bit fit the bolt head a little better than my tool did. More secure fit. It's secure with no play at all. For what I need it for, it's a great little product. It will get the job done. If you think you will be doing this on a regular basis, I would recommend going to the Park.
This automotive tool comes with a custom fitted storage case for safe and convenient storage while not in use. The function is that the measurement is accurate and covers most manufacturer settings. There are 3,4,5, and 6mm keys. The range is 10 NM. It's small and lightweight, making it a perfect tool for your bike box, so that you can rebuild your bike on vacation or a weekend away with no stress. The handle is lightweight and smart, ideal for mechanics and riders. The Ocarina is very compatible with no need to set up between different Torques. Made with quality materials, it is constructed with the highest quality steel, alloy and plastic with comfort and longevity in mind. The pieces are in the handle. You won't have to lose parts while working on your bike. Don't worry about damaging what you are working on if you over tighten a bolt.
👤It's simplicity is elegant. I learned a lot about the different types of tools on the market and how they measure Torque. My bikes are made of soft metals and they are not difficult to ruin. I was not satisfied with guessing, especially with the safety related parts on the bike, such as the handle bar and stem bolts. If a person is going to be a home mechanic, they need a Torque wrench. If one is dealing with carbon fiber bikes, it is very important to have a Torque wrench. The outfit that put this on the market will probably have a lot of success, as they are filling a need in the bike world. The design of this one, which uses the beam approach to measuring Torque, is ideal for bike mechanics, and it was the only one that came close in value and design. No one Torque wrench is going to tighten the bolts on a bike. Part of the bike. One of the parts of the bike that will need a Torque wrench is the part that has the most Torque. I mean bottom brackets and pedals. These parts are likely to be low maintenance.
👤Nice tool. This isn't a clicker type wrench that you set to a certain Torque and then click or slip when you reach it. As you tighten it has a dial that goes up. The advantage is that you don't have to set it for each bolt and can tighten to any Torque at any time. The disadvantage is that it can be difficult to tighten and watch the indicator at the same time on some bolts. This is a great option for the home bike mechanic who doesn't want to spend a lot of money on a settable wrench. If you need to tighten bolts in tight spaces, it may not be a good option if you can't see the dial.
👤The IceToolz Ocarina Torque Wrench is a different type of wrench. When you reach the correct setting, it doesn't click. It has a broad range and a needle that moves like a scale. Today's frames are made of titanium or carbon fiber. To little force and things like a seat post may slide, too much, and you might crush the seat post, or worse, strip the clamp and destroy the frame. You need to use a wrench. You can use the IceToolz for anything from 1-10 NM. You just need to insert the correct bit. It is almost impossible to see the scale. The lines are pencil thin. It needs to be white to give a better contrast. I need to use readers to see the lines and numbers. If you need to do a quick adjustment, it does work. It is light and plastic so you can take it with you on rides and use it for a number of different applications. The accuracy is not great. I tested with a full-size wrench. It was stopped by a full NM. I will use it for quick adjustments as it is better than nothing. If you want a pro-grade tool, I would recommend the Marque, which is available in Amazon for about $12.00 more. There is a There are pros. Wide range of Torque values accepts standard bits.
The set includes 4mm, 5mm, and 6mm. Industrial tool steel, hardened and tempered, is used to make the wrench. The tips are Chamfered for a perfect fit. The tips are Chamfered for a perfect fit.
👤I drank the hoppiest of beers, got my first tattoos, and complained to anyone who would listen. I would ride my car. I lounged for hours on the bench seats at the coffee shop in the bad part of town, knowing that I had found my calling in life. I realized that my life had been incomplete when I found the AWS-1. How could I have come so far without this tool, I now shudder at the thought of having to switch between the allen keys. I can't thank you enough for changing my life, I was a fool before, but now it seems plain.
👤I don't understand why people love these things. As far as construction goes, they are fine, but for $10 to $13 each they should have a better idea of the size of the tools. They put small stickers on the torx one that you can't see, and they put small stickers on the hex one that you can't see, but you usually look at the head. The park paid 50 cents for each piece of china. It seems like at least half the time I go to use these, the bolt I'm working on is in a place where I can use them. I have to pull the head out and back in, or just grab another tool. I stopped grabbing this tool when I was frustrated. Looks like I'm in the minority. I have a set of 10 park hexes that I use as a backup if I need one on a bolt, but I also have a set of triangle things that I keep in the shed.
👤I didn't feel that it would translate to extra Torque because it is bigger than it appears in pictures. It's good for most things. I had to put a lot of effort into getting the L-shaped wrench, I'm not used to that. I suspect this was a used product but no way of knowing, my product arrived with noticeable defects. The ends seem to be good as new, and does not interfere with the working. I would like to know if this is a common issue. I like the look of it, and it is good. Not the best purchase I've ever made. It might be worth looking at other places as well.
👤It's almost normal to get semi-used product on Amazon. I can tell you that it doesn't look like a brand new product, even if you take the pictures. It looks like it was part of someone's tool bag and had different scuf marks. I've bought Park Tool products before and everything else was in new condition when I bought it new. There is a The tool works as advertised.
👤I also work on bikes at a local gym and am a home mechanic. I thought this would allow me to lighten my toolkit by taking out my other tools and only carrying this and the Park. This must be a decent tool if so many professional bike mechanics are using it. I was correct when I used it after receiving it. I could see that this thing was made with care. The weight in the hand is perfect. It's so easy to hold 3 different sizes in your hand at the same time. I don't have to reach for a different size hex each time. I have all the sizes I need for my work on bikes and on the exercise bikes. This tool is perfect for assembling items that you buy that need to be done with a small throw away wrench, instead of using the cheap, small throw away wrench that many manufactures include with the item you bought. There is a One of the reasons I love this tool is that it can be used as leverage when removing very tight bolts or when tightening them. You can't get the same leverage when using regular allen key sets. There is a The number two reason I like this is that it only takes one tool. There is a I have no issues with this tool.
When you feel a click, stop turning. The preset value means that the Torque has reached it. You can order now and pay free. They can provide a 2-year warranty because they're so confident in their product quality. It was made in Taiwan. If you use the ABN Quarter Inch Drive Torque Wrench 2Nm to 20Nm, you will follow manufacturer specifications for Torque. The components should be installed with a range of 20 to 170-inch per pound. Calibration certificate included. The chrome-molybdenum steel and aluminum-titanium handle are built to last, while the laser-etched scale makes it easy to identify the wrench you are using. Pull the lock knob and turn the handle to set the Torque Calibration, and use the switch on the back of the 1.1-inch wide Torque driver head to set the Ratcheting direction. Bicycle Torque wrench set includes a 9.3-inch (23.6 cm) longadjustable Torque wrench, 4-inch (10.2 cm) extender, and H2, H 2.5, H3, H4, H6, H8, H10, T10, T25, and T30 bits all securely. Bicycle Torque wrench set includes a 9.3-inch (23.6 cm) longadjustable Torque wrench, 4-inch (10.2 cm) extender, and H2, H 2.5, H3, H4, H6, H8, H10, T10, T25, and T30 bits all securely.
👤The wrench is well made and looks nice. The lock ring is easy to use. If the bits are stamped too low on the bit, it's hard to find and read the size stamp on the bits. The case does not have the sizes printed or molded into it. It's worse because the bits fit so tight in the case that they're hard to remove and put back- which you'll have to do in order to find the bit you need. I had a miserable first experience with it. I don't like buying tools because I don't like using them. I think it will be easier to access the ones I use most frequently, and I would probably color code them to match my other tools in my bike bench. If I don't send it back, I will buy the Venzo.
👤I use it for bike repairs. It isn't the prettiest tool, but it works. The collar locks so you don't accidentally change the adjustment. The click is easy to hear. The lines are hard to read. The bits that it comes with are not the highest quality. It isn't causing any problems for what I'm doing with it or how often I'm going to use it. It's good enough for what I need it for, but I can't vouch for its accuracy, but it comes with a testing certificate.
👤This is a great option if you are doing bike repair. This is a good option for most repairs as it is nested in the lid and is bidirectional. Will not work for pedals as they need much higher Torque.
👤A nice set of tools. The tool box is small. The sockets are easy to see. I would recommend this set to anyone who does occasional bike modifications.
👤A standard Torque wrench. The bolts I was using were a little off from the standard and the extensions were a little off from the standard.
👤Excellent quality. Works well for low Torque applications.
👤All es donde, pero tienes aprietes de tu bicicleta. No suena, pero cuestin de agarrarle la idea, pero sin clic.
👤La calidad del producto respecto is superior totalmente, and tienes una mtb.
👤Considero, es una herramienta, fcil de usar, incluso con seguro.
👤Producto se siente.
Each hand tool is tested for accuracy to the requirements of ISO 6789-2:2017 and DIN EN ISO 6789-1:2017-07, as well as test methods for quality conformance testing. Each set has an individual certificate of calibration. If you have a problem with your purchase, they are happy to give you a Refunds or a Replacement. Fasten and tighten bike parts with correct Torque between 4, 5 and 6 Nm. Includes four most commonly used tools and a T 25 to cover most adjustments on the bike. Attaching a click out mechanic to your bike part will prevent it from being damaged by over-tightening a bolt. Once the Torque exceeds the settings, the tool will click out. Each tool is recorded with a serial number. Please note. They can't recommend the correct settings for each part because they have their own preferred ones. The sturdy elmoMIC handle is made with steel internals and has a Torque mechanism. It is easy to store it in your tool box or bike bag for last minute adjustments at home or on the road. There are additional tool bits in the tool. If you have a product issue, they are very happy to either replace orRefund your item. If you have a product issue, they are very happy to either replace orRefund your item.
👤It took me a long time to buy a bicycle-specific driver. This makes adjusting bars, stems, saddles and headsets much simpler. The driver has four bits you're most likely to encounter when making adjustments on your bike, however it will accept any standard 1/4" hex bit. It also covers 4, 5, and 6nm settings, which is a good range for its intended purpose. There is a The cap is easy to use. It keeps the bits in the driver when not in use. It does not fall out on its own, which is a common complaint of the Park version. There is a I found it annoying that it requires an Allen wrench to change the Torque setting, but in the end I really enjoy the fact that it can't be done by accident. The allen key is attached to the handle of the tool. There is a The seatpost tends to get in the way of the T-handle when it's time to tighten the bolts. I've found that the common 1/4" bit holders that you'd use with a power drill are good for getting the driver bit into tight spaces. If your bike has any bolts that can only be accessed at an angle, you could invest in ball-end bits. There is a I find this useful for the price, and a great investment against stripping the threads out of expensive components due to over-tightening.
👤I bought this for my mountain bike. The size of my bike pedal is made of hard dense plastic. It comes with four heads. Three Allen and one Torx. It comes with a wrench that is needed to change the settings. If you have a strong grip, you can change the settings. It was small enough to fit in my pack. Park Tools is a good choice.
👤The description of the Marque tool is accurate. It is a wrench for bikes. Today's frames are made of titanium or carbon fiber. To little force and things like a seat post may slide, too much, and you might crush the seat post, or worse, strip the clamp and destroy the frame. The tool works. You can change it for 7,5,6 NM of Torque. It's easy to adjust, just turn the setting on the top. The 6mm wrench makes it easier to turn to the correct setting. It takes standard 1/2 inch bits, so you can use any size wrench or sockets you need. The handle is removed and it stores a few sizes. The tool is of the highest quality. It has a strong feel to it. There is a The tool is easy to use. Set the force and turn the tool. When you reach the right amount of force, it will click loudly. I checked it against a full-size wrench. It is perfect. Park and other companies make similar tools that cost a bit more. The Marque tool is just as good as any of them. It's a great tool for fastening bolts. Highly recommend!
There is a hard case for Torque wrench and bits. There are 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6 millimeter bits. T10, T25, T30 are the star bits. The cross-head bit is used. The wrench is pre-calibrated. Simply twist the marker until it lines up with the desired setting. Achined aluminum construction with a handle. The Torque capacity is 2Nm to 10Nm. CRV black bits are very hard. The tool bits are in place. There are cutouts for storage in the soft shell carrying case.
👤This is a small kit. It could be carried in the pocket of a cycling jersey, and a good choice for a bag for a bikepacking trip. If you want to make sure the bolts are at specification, this kit includes a torsion bar style Torque indication, which is a good practice to protect both components and rider. The numbers are easy to read, and the supplied bits include nearly every size one might need, which is necessary for some manufacturers. One may want to check and replace something else if the bits for standard andPhillips head screws are too large for the derailleur adjustment on some systems. There are two areas that this tool has limitations in. The length limits its utility in accessing some fastenings. The best way to install bottle cage screws is with a right-angle tool. Seat posts have two adjusting screws for saddle angle, where the screw on the top tube side was better Torqued with a right angle tool. Ball-end bits would be a significant improvement, and shouldn't compromise the prevailing value enough to matter. There is a The lines are close together and can be hard to read in dim lighting. If the application of Torque is critical, one must plan to move. There is no substitute for a Torque tool with tactile feedback.
👤Absolve trash. I don't write reviews but if I can save someone the same headaches and money I have gone through with this then it's worth it. When the gauge hasn't moved from 0Nm, I have overtightened. I bought this in the first place because I ended up having to pay more money to fix my bike because of the warping screws. It will cost you money, headaches and frustration if you waste your money on this.
👤The 6mm bit isn't properly adjusted. It doesn't fit right. I use a 6mm tool for the wheel bolt. The money was wasted.
👤I own a lot of Lezyne products. This is not a Torque wrench, it's a crappy wrench with a wildly inaccurate Torque gauge. The bits are not good and started stripping out on the first use.
👤It is well engineered and intuitive to use. If you're not careful, the bits can get stripped easily if you're not careful, so please watch out for having a perfect fit with the screws and for having the bits all the way in before applying any Torque.
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