If you factor in the $5 shipping at woot, it’s a $5 difference compared to Amazon.
Make sure you always dial the torque setting back down to zero after use. These spring types last much longer and are more accurate if stored properly.
If you work with a lot of low-torque fasteners, you probably owe it to yourself to buy an instrument quality torque wrench. I would not get piece of mind using this hobbyist priced tool on any of my small mechanical assemblies. A cheap wrench is as good as an expensive one for low torque, but if you need measurement, pay the money.
For the torque ranges of the two smaller wrenches here, you can get a comparable wrench at HF right now for $21.99
This style will usually ratchet in both directions but only “click” for torque in one. You can reverse this (if you need to torque a left-threaded something) by opening the head and flipping the rotating head/ratchet driver part over.
I made an instructable on how to fix and recalibrate these that show where this can be done:
Meh. Get them At autozone, similar price, lifetime no hassle, no shipping warranty. I have the medium size, its a snap-on… Guess what no lifetime warranty on their torque wrenches… Mine just spins freely… I think its an easy fix
No, that would be the Craftsman model 1019 Laboratory Edition Signature Series torque wrench.
(I guess I’m the only one who got the reference.)