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NorCal2013
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Sears has Craftsman micro-clicker torque wrenches with 1/2' drive on sale for $49.99.  Save $30.00 off the regular price of $79.99.  Model # 62001. Free shipping.  Additional 5% off qualifying tools if purchased with Sears credit card.

With fast, accurate tension wherever and whenever you need it, this 20-150 Ft Lbs Torque Wrench is easy to operate, simple to set and reliable every time because it's backed by the quality of the Craftsman name. Featuring easy to read, painted and stamped inch-pound increments, it's accurate to 4% of the measured load. With all that, plus a name you can trust, Craftsman's torque wrench will be your new favorite tool.

  • Craftsman Micro-Clicker 20-150 Ft Lbs Torque Wrench features a 1/2" drive
  • Accurate to +-4% of load requirement
  • Provides readings in foot-pounds and Newton-meters
  • Locking feature adjusts quick and easily
  • Click feature makes the right torque clear and easy to read
  • Scales stamped into housing show inch/metric torque settings
  • Redesigned grip delivers hours of comfortable use that won't wear out

http://www.sears.com/craftsman-micro-clicker-torque-wrench-1-2in... 

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My cousin's girlfriend says that she will stick with the Craftsman model 1019 Laboratory Edition Signature Series torque wrench. The kind used by Caltech high energy physicists. And NASA engineers.
P.S. She routinely twists the maximum allowable torquage.

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27-203 Nm if anyone else needs the conversion.

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It's accurate to 4% once calibrated unfortunately calibration costs more than the wrench itself and nobody knows how long it will say calibrated that's the difference between high and low quality. As long as you need good enough torque it will be fine if you need to torque delicate components you might think again

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tuphat said:   My cousin's girlfriend says that she will stick with the Craftsman model 1019 Laboratory Edition Signature Series torque wrench. The kind used by Caltech high energy physicists. And NASA engineers.
P.S. She routinely twists the maximum allowable torquage.

  
May I suggest "My Cousin Vinny?"

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That's pretty much their regular price. I haven't seen it selling for over $50 in the last few months. I was looking to buy it but ended up getting one from Harbor Freight for $10. Checked calibration using method in this video and it was accurate. 

Disclaimer:  I was not looking to use it for any high precision instrument.  I needed it for lug nuts and felt comfortable going with Harbor Freight.  Felt even better after I verified that it was fairly accurate.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FEZ-ajSksHs



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Alternately, consider one of these:

http://www.harborfreight.com/12-in-drive-digital-torque-adapter-...

They are more accurate, and likely to remain more accurate. Only downside is that much like the calipers, they drain batteries when not in use. I remove the battery when not in use.

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BUKE said:   That's pretty much their regular price. I haven't seen it selling for over $50 in the last few months. I was looking to buy it but ended up getting one from Harbor Freight for $10. Checked calibration using method in this video and it was accurate. 

Disclaimer:  I was not looking to use it for any high precision instrument.  I needed it for lug nuts and felt comfortable going with Harbor Freight.  Felt even better after I verified that it was fairly accurate.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FEZ-ajSksHs



  The ~$12 Harbor Freight clicker also got a good review from Hot Rod & Car Craft magazines:  http://www.hotrod.com/articles/ccrp-1304-torque-wrench-testing/  

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