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Judging from online reviews and the 1/2" one that I've used occasionally over the years, these are probably just as reliable as any other clicker style torque wrenches out there. For those who are really finicky about precise torques, you'd have to spend more than $100 to get something that is reliable, tested, and certified. But isn't $10 a pretty normal price for these Pittsburgh ones?
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Regular price w/ coupon for quite sometime and the coupon is valid for many months.
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Can you use this in store or is it online only? Thanks
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Can you use this in store or is it online only? Thanks
Same question. Will the code work in the store and can we stack other coupon on top of this?
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With +/- 35% I'll pass
says within +/- 4%, even if its double that, still +/- 8% your paying $10, get what you pay for, better than guessing i'd think.
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says within +/- 4%, even if its double that, still +/- 8% your paying $10, get what you pay for, better than guessing i'd think
I think people are pretty disingenuous or possibly overtly lazy when it comes to talking about torque wrenches. For some reason everyone ignores the fact that you can calibrate these yourself, so accuracy out of the box is not nearly as important as how long the wrench maintains its accuracy. That being said, all 3 of my pittsburgh pro torque wrenches were within 1-3% accuracy out of the box and have maintained that accuracy for over a year now. For the ones that didn't come out of the box at 1%, I calibrated myself to within 1% in just a few minutes. Now, I don't have any experience with other torque wrenches, and mine are used intermittently, so I can't say these outperform entry grade mechanic tools (and certainly not professional level calibration tools). However, I would not retire one of mine for a comparable husky or kobalt equivalent for 6-to-10 times the price.
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I bought 2 of these from the last deal but haven't used them yet, they came in a nice case and feel very solid. The last time this deal was posted it got good reviews and made the front page. Also they have been postedin the pastand tend to get good reviews from SD'ers
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Is this online only or can I get this at the store..
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I wanted to get a 3/8" and a 1/2" but the coupon will only apply to one in the cart, and if I buy them separately I'd have to pay more in shipping. Has anyone found a way to make the coupon to apply to both?
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Dude, it's a HF craptacular Chinese tool...it's easily +/- 35%
Is that a number you are just making up or is it from a review or experience?
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I think people are pretty disingenuous or possibly overtly lazy when it comes to talking about torque wrenches. For some reason everyone ignores the fact that you can calibrate these yourself, so accuracy out of the box is not nearly as important as how long the wrench maintains its accuracy. That being said, all 3 of my pittsburgh pro torque wrenches were within 1-3% accuracy out of the box and have maintained that accuracy for over a year now. For the ones that didn't come out of the box at 1%, I calibrated myself to within 1% in just a few minutes. Now, I don't have any experience with other torque wrenches, and mine are used intermittently, so I can't say these outperform entry grade mechanic tools (and certainly not professional level calibration tools). However, I would not retire one of mine for a comparable husky or kobalt equivalent for 6-to-10 times the price.
Hi how does one calibrate these torque wrenches oneself?
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Hi how does one calibrate these torque wrenches oneself?
With a vice and a torque adapter.
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