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Cyclo Torque Wrench

A rugged and precise torque wrench designed for workshop use.

Cyclo Torque Wrench Features:

  • 3/8” drive socket
  • Torque Range - 2 ~ 20Nm
  • Screw base to alter torque setting.
  • Detailed torque rating on shaft/li>
  • Supplied with sturdy heavy duty plastic case.
  • Bi-direction.
  • Once the preset torque value has been reached the wrench will produce an audible click with a small amount of free movement. STOP pulling once this has occurred.

Buy Cyclo Torque Wrench from Chain Reaction Cycles, the worlds largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Silver
 
Rated 4 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by De gran ayuda, con varias medidas de apriete muy buena compra calidad precio..me a servido tanto para montar mi enduro, como para dar los par de apriete justo tanto en mi road como mi xc las dos de carbono..es indispensable para montar desmontar con los aprietes que marca cada fabricante. 16 September 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not working out of the box Got a faulty set, not working out of the box. Almost damage my seat post bolt. CRC gave great support and honoured a replacement. 15 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Accurate Tool The torque wrench is easy to use and means that you don't over tighten bolts, potentially wearing out the bolt head or over torquing the component. The construction seems solid and I use it with Park Tool Bit Set. For higher torque I use the Park Tool TW-2, which involves balancing the handle to get thecorrect reading on a needle; which is a fair bit trickier than presetting the right torque on this wrench. 03 January 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by BAD Just broke on the first use. I ll send it back. Very disapointed 21 November 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Broke within a month This broke on the third or fourth use... by broke I mean the torque facility stopped working, so that I managed to shear a bolt clean in half while tightening it, requiring me to fork out 25 pounds to replace a component on my bike... should have believed the evidence of my eyes rather than waiting for the wrench to stop exerting force. In any case, no way a 40+ quid torque wrench should have turned into a standard non-torque wrench within that number of uses, after being kept in case, etc... I will try a different brand next time and see if that's any more reliable. CRC did refund though, and collectplus meant I was able to return at no charge to! 11 April 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by value for money works perfect - why pay more??? 05 April 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Finally I can get all the bolts on my bike to the correct torque without worrying about over-tightening or bits falling off! Easy to use and good value, although I don't understand why it's 3/8" drive, surely 1/4" would be more appropriate for cycle maintenance? 23 January 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good for the price It's good for the price, not a professional level tool but it does the job. 21 December 2011
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As both of these products run on a 3/8" drive; the Park Tool Socket & Bit Set SBS1 is compatible with the Cyclo Torque Wrench.
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What is the difference between this tool from http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/ru/ru/x-tools-torque-wrench-2-24n-m/rp-prod11142
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2 different brands, different materials, both use a different size drive head (X-Tools is a ¼” head for ¼” socket fits, the Cyclo model uses a 3/8” drive size for socket attachments). The X-Tools model is a very basic and budget tool in comparison to the Cyclo model.
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