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Gearwrench 1/2" Drive Electronic Torque Wrench (30-340 Nm) EXPIRED

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Amazon has Gearwrench 1/2" Drive Electronic Torque Wrench (85077, 30-340 Nm) on sale for $115.91. Shipping is free. Thanks GimmeYoTots

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Definitely one of the lowest prices I've seen on a GW 1/2" digital torque wrench. Most other sellers want over $150 for it.
  • "Target torque alert" gives a warning as you approach the target torque; vibrating handle, buzzer, and solid LED light indicate when target is reached
  • 72 Tooth ratchet mechanism with a 5° swing arc allows you to turn fasteners in tight spaces
  • Handle and housing are oil and solvent resistant, protecting the tool from harmful agents and keeping your hands in place
  • 5 torque measurement units provide a readout in Nm, ft lb, In pounds, kgf m, and kg cm
  • Torque accuracy of +/ 2 percent CW and +/ 3 percent CCW between 20 percent and 100 percent of wrench capability
**NOTE - Just noticed Walmart is offering at the same price [walmart.com] (not sure who matched whose price). Also, as an FYI - the 30-340 Nm scale equates to apprx 22 - 250 ft lbs.

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Is it easy to switch this to ft lbs? Looks like it's Nm by default but it says ft lbs secondary
Yes, you'll find a denomination button, believe it's the one marked "Uni" in the upper left hand corner near LCD screen. That is for Unit of measurement, I believe. Just push the button, and it will show in the LCD screen what unit of measurement you're using. Click on the Walmart link I just added in the OP, and you can see a close up - if you're interested.
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Delete, wrong image with the post
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Make sure you choose "Ship in Amazon packaging" Stick Out Tongue
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Delete, wrong image with the post
Were you referring to the original image which appeared to show the 3/8 instead of the 1/2? If so, it looks like I modified it about the same time you wrote the comment. The original image was the one Amazon had at the time for the 1/2... looks like Amazon changed it, and I updated the picture.
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Reviews say this wrench does not do torque angle. That's really one of the main reasons to have a digital torque wrench, as torque angle is being used by carmakers more and more. The Quinn wrench at HF may look similar to this, but it does torque angle, so make sure you don't need torque angle if you're buying the gear wrench one.
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Thumbs up and repped. Used the Amex 10% off (max $10) from a previous SD post to knock another $10 off. Been waiting on a deal on one of these to retire my HF torque wrench.
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In for 1, nice. Cool
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Is this a good buy for a home garage setup?
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That's a good deal. Just bought the Levitron tho. FYI. Levitron seems like fantastic quality for a non digital wrench. Way better that harbor freight
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Reviews say this wrench does not do torque angle. That's really one of the main reasons to have a digital torque wrench, as torque angle is being used by carmakers more and more. The Quinn wrench at HF may look similar to this, but it does torque angle, so make sure you don't need torque angle if you're buying the gear wrench one.
What's torque angle. Lol
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Would this be good to remove car lug nuts?
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I feel like I need this in my life. What do they do and what do you use it for exactly?
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I purchased this for $110 on December 5, 2018. Used numerous times and I really like it. Have previously used HF click type and while it worked, this is nicer. Also, after years of use, my HF started to slip. I'm guessing an issue with the pawls, but haven't tried to take it apart to fix (if I even can). Interestingly, the handle on mine is red.
The 3/8" is also at the lowest price, so I may pick that one up.
no need to try and repair you're HF torque wrench. HF does lifetime free replacements on their click type torque wrenches without receipt needed.
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Would this be good to remove car lug nuts?
Is this serious? Or is this like, "No HDMI, no buy"?

You don't use torque wrenches to loosen things. It's for tightening fasteners to a specific torque... You'd use it to put lug bolts back on at 88ft/lbs or whatever the rating is for your car.
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