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.
The sound of a click tells the preset value. When you hear and feel something, stop applying force. Includes one piece of furniture. A little over 1/2 in. The product manual has a chart for the Torque conversion. When the preset value is reached, the wrench emits a click that can be heard and felt. Even in low light, the dual-range scale is easy to read. The head drives in both directions. All-steel construction has no plastic parts that break or wear out. The ships are pre-calibrated to 4% accuracy. The ships are pre-calibrated to 4% accuracy.
👤I work in a calibration lab and when I received the Torque wrench, I took it to work to make sure it was 4% accuracy. The wrench was not accurate to 4% in the lower ranges. As far as readings go, the wrench is not properly aligned. It is 10FtLb over what you would think it would be. I am doing a swap for a Torque wrench. I will be testing the new one to make sure I am getting what I pay for.
👤Junk. First time out of the box, using it to shear a bolt on a sway bar link. It was checked against a beam style wrench. The brand won't be buying it again because of the hard to find replacement for the thumb and bolt. I followed the instructions that I watched. I think it will make a great paper weight. I'm an idiot. I admit it when I'm wrong. I was wrong in this case. When I was setting the Torque value, I was setting it too high, but once I figured out to set it at the bottom of the Torque value, it worked like a charm.
👤I was able to test this product on a transducer. The results were documented for others to consider. The product performed well in the box. The tolerance was tested with a 1.5% average. The product is rated 4%. Will test it after 6 months of use and proper storage to see how well it works. It's longer than 6 months. I am aware of 8P. Over the last 2 years, I've used this wrench a dozen times. I've always been careful to store the wrench in the original case. The test results from the wrench have not changed and are still within 2% tolerance after 29 months. ISO standards are usually not very high. 4%. The wrench is twice as accurate as industry standards.
👤I was doing a brake replacement on my truck when I got this. The other reviewers are correct. It looked like it had been used before. There were scratches and marks on the item. I can get over it. I can't get over that it doesn't work. I tested it on a lower setting and it didn't click. I'm going to return it. Maybe you will have better luck.
👤The bolts on my BMW were stripped and I had to pay a lot of money to repair them. It won't click at low settings. I was very disappointed when I purchased it. I see that others are not happy with it. Also. I don't blame myself anymore. I tried to return the unit after the return period expired. The company told me that if I kept the wrench at the lowest setting, it was possible that I did. I thought it should be set below any settings, but they said it can lose it's calibration if it's set below the lowest setting. I received a new one from them. I will update if it works on low Torque setting later.
There is a wide application. The Torque wrench is fully tested for accuracy to ISO 6789-2:2017 and DIN EN ISO 6789-1:2017-07 requirements. The direction of use can be adjusted by the paddle of the wrench head. It's more widely used for installation equipment. Installation of components with a range of 20 to 150 inch pound Torque range with micro adjustment to 1. It helps to ensure that the fitting is tightened to the correct Torque and that the forces are distributed evenly across the surface. This helps prolong the life of components. It's ideal for use on stems, seat, lever, chain sets, and headsets. Over-tightening bolts can cause expensive damage to your bike. Applying too little Torque can cause bolts to work loose. It is easy to follow the manufacturer's recommended settings with their 1/3-inch drive dual-direction Torque wrench driver. Each hand tool is tested for accuracy before it is shipped. The spring loaded adjustment collar is safe and easy to use and read. The high-contrast In-Ib and Nm read-out scales make it easy to read. The click can be subtle at low settings. The click will be stronger between 50-150 lbs. The right tools for the job include: H2, H 2.5, H3, H4, H5, H6, H8, H10. The sockets are T10, T25, T30 and the extension bar is 100mm. 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 instalments button. 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. 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.
👤The tool kit is a must have for bicycle maintenance. The "zero" marks for the Nm setting were different from the "pounds" setting. The "pounds" zero is on top, so my eyes went to that until I realized that the "Nm" zero is below that. The tool worked perfectly once I found the correct "zero" to use for my Nm settings. I have used it to install a stem riser and a suspension bike seat post, both of which required a specific Torque of the bolts. The tool moved very audibly. The molded tool box has everything in it's place. I think you will like it. I suggest you change the setting of the tool when you see the directions.
👤The tool and price were perfect. No more worried about damaging carbon bike parts.
👤Being able to maintain your bike with your own tools has its perks, but finding affordable and reliable tools to get that done isn't easy. The set included a small set of sockets and a small extension, which caught my attention. There is a The sockets and extension are in a nice hard case. The wrench feels like it's made of good materials. There are no marks on the body or the adjuster, the locking mechanism for the adjuster makes it feel like the setting won't get knocked off spec, and the ratcheting action feels smooth. There is a The indices are contrasted nicely to make them easy to read. Even if your hands are oily or greasy, the grip has a good grip. There is a The sockets and extension in the set are labeled as chrome vanadium so they should be very durable, but based on the quality of the wrench, I don't think they'll fall apart. There is a These are good quality and reliable tools if you enjoy doing things yourself or are a bike tech.
👤I've worked on bikes for many years, and have a wide array of wrench on hand. I couldn't resist checking it out when I saw the wrench come up. There is a It was obvious to me that this is a very good click style Torque wrench. It's rock solid. I always check my own Torque wrenches, even though they come with a report. I was pleased to see that the included report was nearly identical to the one I checked. It seems as if the report is legit. There is a This is no better quality than a high quality click style Torque wrench. Nobody needs a specific wrench for cycling. If your Torque wrench is accurate and you can accept the attachments, you're fine. The case is nice, the wrench is of good quality, and the attachment are excellent. This is a very good Torque wrench. 5 stars.
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. The high accuracy is 10-160ft.-lb/20- 220Nm industrial grade Torque wrench. The 90-tooth head only needs 4 degrees to work. The professional wrench production technology makes the precision higher. High quality and dependability. The wrench head is made of hardened chromium-molybdenum alloy. Bite teeth don't slip. The handle is made of aluminum-titanium alloy, which is comfortable to grip, anti-skid, anti-rust and anti-corrosion. The life of the wrench is extended by excellent material. LIABLE and SAFE. When the set Torque value is reached, the wrench emits a click sound to remind you to stop applying force. The wrench head has a quick release button, which can be used to easily install and remove the sleeve. It's easy to use and convenient. Pull down the lock knob and hold it. The lock knob will automatically rebound if you release the hand. The dual range scale is easy to read and wear. It's more convenient to use. DUAL-DIRECTION MEASURES & WIDE USE The wrench head can be adjusted by the paddle at any time, so that the wrench can be used in either counterclockwise or clockwise directions. Installation equipment, electrical engineering, bicycle/motorcycle maintenance, and product assembly are more widely used. The conversion head is 1x1/2 and the extension bar is 1x1/2. DUAL-DIRECTION MEASURES & WIDE USE The wrench head can be adjusted by the paddle at any time, so that the wrench can be used in either counterclockwise or clockwise directions. Installation equipment, electrical engineering, bicycle/motorcycle maintenance, and product assembly are more widely used. The conversion head is 1x1/2 and the extension bar is 1x1/2.
👤Excellent build quality with smooth handle operation. > Accurate between 40 and 60 lbs. The sweetest spot for bicycle nuts and bolts is 4.5 N-m. > The sound is very distinctive and feels even at the lowest setting. Only accurate between 40-60 lbs. Outside of that range, you're looking at something. The accuracy is 10%. Difficult to read the markings on the handle. I bought this wrench for home use. I tested its accuracy with a digital Torque meter. The test range is limited to 90 lbs. That is the max capability of the meter. I only tested for the correct direction. The Percent Error are based on the average reading of five measurements at each setting. : Average reading is 22.24 lbs. 40 in-lbs.:Percent error is 11.2%) Average reading is 40.36 lbs. Impressive!Percent Error is 0.9%. 60 lbs. : Average reading is 57.48 lbs. 80 in-lbs.: 4.2% error Average reading is 70.86 lbs. The percentage error was 11.4%). : The average reading is 81.33 lbs. The percentage error is 11.9%). I was tested at 90 lbs. The weight method and a dumbbell were used. I tried suspending the dumbbell on the handle at different distances from the drive and going outward to see where it clicks. 78 in-lbs is the amount of time the wrench breaks/clicks at 6” from the center of the drive. There is a The values on the certificate show an error of less than 1%. The certificate seems to disagree with the percent error I got at five different settings. I need a Torque wrench that is accurate at a wider range than just 40-60 in-lbs. There is a maximum of 4.51-6.77 Nm. I would've bought a preset driver.
👤My previous three star review has been updated. The company reached out to me after I reviewed it and offered to replace the wrench that was faulty. The wrench worked in both directions. If anyone is looking for a high quality 1/2 inch Torque wrench that works in both directions, you need to look no further. The seller's customer service is first rate. They stand behind their product and will do everything they can to make sure you are satisfied. This company and its customer service efforts should be an example to other retailers. Buy with complete confidence.
👤I don't write reviews. I don't understand how it gets that many stars. There is a It's very easy to use and it's good in reading the scale. The Torque doesn't work so it's useless. I returned one of the two that I bought because I didn't like them. There is a Neither of them clicks. Even on the lowest settings. I know how to use the Torque wrench. There is a The instructions didn't give me any new information. I can get a damaged item from a good manufacturer once in a while. Two of them are in a row. It is highly unlikely. I'm returning both of them. Decreased: I was able to make these clicks by applying an extra pressure to the non- Torque wrench. They are working correctly now. There is a They are both clicking at the same time. I'm going to keep one of the stars.
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.
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 bits are interchangeable and never feel stocked inside the tools. A simple tool for fastening bicycle components. It's perfect for applications such as bottom brackets, cassette lockrings, and crank bolts. The range is 0 to 60Newton meters. The drive is compatible with all Park Tools. Also compatible with most Park Tools. Torque values for both left and right hand threading can be read. The length is 17 inches. The length is 17 inches.
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 bit holder is convenient. The Venzo combo Torque wrench and bit set is an essential home workshop tool. The simple and easy to use Torque wrench is used to tighten bolts on frame and components to recommended values for safety and performance. The accuracy of the Torque is very important, especially for those expensive carbon parts. The factory calibrates all the Torque Wrenches. Please read the instructions carefully. The compact size is for carrying. It can be carried in the saddle bag or tool bottle. The range is 2 to 10nanometers. The fix set is for the Torque. Handle bars stems, seat post and brake brackets are covered. There is a package. The common bits include quality allen keys 2/ 2.5 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 8mm, T10 and T25. The tool is top quality. You can order now and pay free. They can provide a 2 years warranty for their product. It was made in Taiwan.
👤You probably don't know how small this wrench is. If you look at the photo and see the drive bits, you might get an idea, but when I received it, it was really tiny. Look at the photo and you will see that it's closer to the Ritchey Torque key than the click-type Torque wrench. I've heard that the beam style Torque wrench is more accurate than the click type. I decided to put a 6mm bit in the wrench because it was almost the same size as the one in the wrench. The beam type was 1 Nm lower than the Shimano when I turned the two against each other. I put the 6mm bit in the Torque key and tested it. The beam wrench indicates the set to 5 Nm and the Ritchey is almost exactly there. There is a I've heard that beam type wrenches are the most accurate and that pre-set wrenches are also quite accurate. I would say that this little wrench is a great deal for the money, based on what I've seen in my tests. You can get a very accurate wrench for less than half the price of the click-type ones, and it's so small you could carry it with you. I might get another one of these for the shop, because I bought this for my race day toolkit.
👤I wanted a simple, accurate, reliable tool to Torque bolts on my carbon frame mtb. There is a There is not a lot of confidence that this is going to work out. This tiny tool has a gauge, but it has no certification. I was worried it might not be set right. I was going to try to loosen my bolts. There is a The mechanism gave way for the third time and I couldn't tighten it anymore. I was glad that I dropped it off at the store and they credited my account the same evening. The Pro Bike Tools 1/2 inch Torque wrench works great, but don't spend a lot of money on it.
👤I finally have a wrench that is small enough to fit in tight places. I've needed this tool for a long time. I was searching on Amazon for a wrench that could fit into the places on my bike frame that a more traditional Torque wrench couldn't get to. I'm very pleased with this tool. It is small and well made. The accessory bits that come with it are of good quality and it is very convenient to have them all in the same holder. The tool allows the intermediate Torque values that are sometimes required by bike manufacturers that aren't attainable with a clicker type Torque wrench. I wish I'd had this wrench a long time ago.
Also included: A case to keep your Wheeler Digital FAT Wrench set safe. Guage is perfect for bicycle carbon parts and has a Torque range of 2 to 24 NM. T20, T25 and T30 Torques, High quality, Allen Keys 3 /4 / 5 / 6 / 8 / 10mm, plus 5mm Longer Allen Key for easy use. It's great for bicycle parts or bolts. Don't use cheap quality tools, they will damage the parts. When you feel a click, stop turning. The Torque has reached a preset value. ORDER NOW, WORRY-FREE! They can provide a 10-year warranty because they're so confident in the product quality. It was made in Taiwan.
👤As many other reviewers have said, get it. There is a Maybe I can help. I've never owned a bike with carbon fiber. I got a Cannondale HiMod Synapse Dura Ace Di2 for my 50th birthday. It was a huge sacrifice for the family, and I didn't want to do anything to damage the frame or seat tube. I would not be able to replace it. I have raced and road steel and aluminum frames for 35 years and have never considered the possibility of damaging them. In all my years I have never seen threads being stripped on steel or aluminum. There is a I began the journey to buy a Torque wrench by reading reviews on Amazon for days and weeks before deciding to purchase the Park TW01. There is a Everyone knows that calibrating a Torque wrench is important. I was freaked out by any comment by any user that mentioned fears about the Venzo and the new Torque Wrenches. I put it in my cart, but I couldn't pull the Trigger. There is a I got the Park TW01. and the Park TW014 and started to use them on my bike build. I have used this type of wrench before and didn't like it, but I decided to just bite the bullet and use something else. There is a I hated using them on crank arm bolts. I couldn't see the scale very well and the TW02 requires you to keep the handle balanced in the neutral position when using it. I found it hard to do this because of the crank. You have to tighten the bolts slowly because you have to rotate the arms. I thought it was a pain, but I wasn't sure of the Torque I had applied. There is a I had no problem tightening the stem plate, but the issue with the crank bolts really bugged me. I didn't think the Torque was correct. I bought the Venzo after returning the Park TW01. There is a I saw a sticker when I removed the wrench from the case. I like that, but I know it could be wrong. There is a So... I decided to tighten it up. I have a small Ritchey tool that is just a straight 5Nm setting and I have used it on my stem bolts before. There is a Venzo, please work. I went to the steering tube stem bolts, set the dial to 5Nm, and then clicked the next bolt. Next, click on the whole stem. Good first test. I have to turn a little before the click to make sure I hit the bolt, but that is ok. No fear of damaging anything here. The crank arm bolts are for the compact crank. Set the dial and begin. Is it going to turn too far, I have to turn this a little more. Click. Move to another bolt. Click after 1/2 turn. I knew I had not properly Torqued those bolts with the TW02. The tool seems to be well built and this is a good kit. I think the hard core Park Tool guys will be interested in this. I'm tired of it. I can't say anything about the tools' quality, but they are all I will ever need for my bike. There are a couple of things that I will need to get a heavier tool for, but that is ok. I am going to buy a Kobalt at the store. I have had one before and they are good. There is a Hope this helps someone make a decision. I would have spent a lot of time and stress if not for those outlier reviews. Sometimes reviews can really suck. I hope this one doesn't. .
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. The size is comparable. It is portable enough to be packed into a bike saddle bag or jersey pocket. There are 10 essential bits. The bits are 2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm and T25 torx. The design of the twin head. The straight head helps a lot when working in confined or awkward places, and the 90 degree head offers enough leverage to handle the tough parts. The engraved grip is a good way to save labor and improve work efficiency. You can order now and pay free. They can provide a life time warranty for their product. It was made in Taiwan.
👤The tool is not what you would expect from a well known brand. I used this tool a couple of times. The little ball bearing fell off as I was making an adjustment, which rendered one end of the tool useless. I'll be asking for a replacement or money back.
👤I bought this thinking it was a set. It is not. The aluminum clasp falls off in seconds of use, and the sockets are only held in by a tiny ball baring. The garbage is complete. The heads are good and the tool sucks.
👤One of the tiny ball bearings that hold the bits in was gone when I received it.
👤You can adjust your bike wherever you want with the tool that is perfect to carry on a bike ride.
👤This is a universal bike tool kit. I've barely owned it a month because it has already worked for me multiple times.
👤Have used this for bike maintenance a lot. Excellent quality!
👤The tool is good for the price. It is portable and compact.
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