The Park Tool TW-5 Ratcheting Torque Wrench is designed for lower torque settings for repairs and installations. This click type torque wrench accurately measures and applies the desired amount of pressure using the dial-adjust system, which goes up in 0.4Nm increments. Calibrated to be accurate to +/-4%, it reads and registers for both left and right handed threading. - L.M.
Please Note: Do not exceed 15Nm when using the TW-5.
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I recently decided to do the right thing and get a proper torque wrench for my carbon bikes. After reading reviews on several other manufacturers products, I decided to buy the Park Tools TW-5. It was more expensive than some of the other units I looked at and does not come with any hex sockets like other kits, which would be nice, but in the end I wanted a quality tool that I could trust. One of the other manufacturers instructions called for cycling the tool if it had been unused for a long period of time to ensure correct torque values. Not sure I would ever trust that especially at these low torque specs. Tool came in nice plastic case with 3/8" adapter if you don't have 1/4" drive sockets. Operation is typical of any dial torque wrench. Haven't had the chance to use it yet other than initial out of the box fiddling. ProBikeKit had by far the best price that I could find. I was a bit hesitant to purchase out of the US but transaction was smooth and package arrived on time with free shipping. Couldn't be happier. Thanks
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