Eastwood 3/8-Inch Drive Digital Electronic Torque and Angle Wrench
3/8" Digital Electronic Torque-Angle Wrench is built to provide the precise torque and angle settings for today's vehicles...accurate to +/–2% Eastwood's 3/8"-drive, Digital Torque Wrench measures more accurately than mechanical torque wrenches, and warns you both visually and audibly, so you can achieve the precise torque and rotation angle required for work on current vehicles.
Measures torque from 7-100 ft.-lbs. and 10-135Nm (Newton meters)
Accurate to +/–2%, clockwise and counterclockwise
Backlit digital LCD displays torque setting and torque reached
Buzzer sounds when preset torque is reached
72-tooth ratchet turns even in tight spaces
Part Number – EW-13619
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Eastwood's highly accurate, 3/8"-drive, Digital Electronic Torque-Angle Wrench is built tough, and the slip-resistant grip can help prevent drops. Easy to set and store settings. 4 AAA batteries included.
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Eastwood 3/8-Inch Drive Digital Electronic Torque and Angle Wrench Instructions
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Good value, performs as it should
I just received this device, which operates similarly to the 1/2" drive torque angle adapter that I also own. Yes, the button sequences are kind of cryptic, but easy to operate once you understand. In response to another reveiwer, just zero the torque angle after you have taken up the mechanical slop, not that hard. Now for a couple of minor criticisms. When you can't see the LCD from your position, if you stop at the red light your torque will be a bit low, and if you stop by the solid tone your torque will be a bit high. It would be nice to have an indicator at the exact value. Also, the end cap threads are plastic. To make the electrical connection, a conductive finger rides along the inside of the barrel as you tighten the plastic cap. This is a very cheap piece to an otherwise nice tool. Even a cheap flashlight typically has an aluminum end cap. But overall I am happy with the product.