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Eastwood Digital Electronic Torque-Angle Wrench 1/2in Drive is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 21.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product I bought this because the BMW engine I am working on required precise ‘angle’ setting. I did have some difficulty understanding the instructions as they are not well written, but after experimenting I figured it out.
Date published: 2018-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great tool got this tool off the snap-on truck for 20 bucks. had to try it. as a master tech. never had a digital torq. wrench. other techs said get the snap-on. nope, try this eastwood 1/2 drive out. work like a champ. does everything the over price ones do. thank you eastwood.
Date published: 2016-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Affordable Digital I have not used it much yet,so far seems good.I use 2 Snap On digital torque wrenches at work,they work very well.I bought this for home use.Torque check on Snap On truck gauge showed 98 pounds with wrench set at 100,within the 2% advertised.I am used to progressive lights going to green,takes some getting used to with light turning red at torque setting.I like the preset value option.I have not used the angle torque yet,seems sensitive,not sure about backlash issue mentioned by some.So far I am pleased with this wrench for my intended use,can't beat the price for what it has to offer.The battery cover is a little trickey,my only complaint so far.
Date published: 2016-08-05
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If final angle exceeds maximum torque of wrench,would this damage the tool

Asked by: Tackman
Yes, if you exceed the max torque, you will permanently damage the torque wrench.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2018-02-26

I am looking for a torque wrench that will measure both angle and torque applied at the same time. I need to torque to a specific angle and then know the torque that was applied at that angle. Is this something this torque wrench will do?

Asked by: sempervolans
Why do you need to know the torque at a specific angle? Torgue at a specific angle is not a spec that I've ever heard of in over 40 years in the business, as a Master Certified Mechanic. Torque angles can be estimated, and be close enough for every application that is not an all out race engine. I used a torque angle guage when Torque angles became relevant, but stopped using them due to the fact, they are mostly inaccurate. I use a bottle of white nail polish, and mark the head and the socket, knowing that each point of the hex is 60 degrees. If you are within 10-30 degrees, that's close enough. I've never had a head gasket failure, that wasn't the result of a defective gasket, as determined by the manufacturer. Use Fel Pro gaskets, and never have an issue.
Answered by: fishinjunki
Date published: 2017-03-02

Will this measure breakaway torque or peak torque being applied to loosen a fastener?

Asked by: Dirttrack28
This is only designed to torque to tightness spec.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2017-10-08

Where can this be calibrated if need be?

Asked by: bshaug
Unfortunately these units come calibrated form the factory and are not able to be re calibrated.
Answered by: KHoffnagle
Date published: 2016-08-16

When angle torque is used, can you ratchet and keep track of angle if there is not enough room to complete the angle torque?

Asked by: Dn01
This torque wrench will keep track of the angle if you run out of room and need to ratchet back.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2017-08-07
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Eastwood Digital Electronic Torque-Angle Wrench 1/2in Drive

Item #13622 Brand: Eastwood

1/2"-drive wrench measures 15-148 ft.-lbs. and rotation angle

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Only $109.99



The Eastwood 1/2" Digital Electronic Torque-Angle Wrench is built to provide the precise torque and angle settings for today's vehicles.

  • Measures torque to 148 ft.-lbs. and 20-200Nm (Newton meters)
  • Accurate to +/–4%, clockwise and counterclockwise
  • Backlit digital LCD displays torque setting and torque reached
  • Buzzer sounds when preset torque is reached
  • 72-tooth ratchet turns even in tight spaces

Eastwood's heavy-duty, 1/2"-drive, Digital Torque Wrench measures more accurately than mechanical torque wrenches, and warns you both visually and audibly, so you can achieve the precise torque and rotation angle required for work on current vehicles.

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About Eastwood Digital Electronic Torque-Angle Wrench 1/2in Drive


Drive: 1/2” square drive (12.5 mm)
Measuring Range: 15-148 lb/ft [2-20 kg.m] / 177-1770 lb/in [20-200 N.m]
Accuracy: ±4% of reading @ 10% to 100% of full scale
Display Resolution:
Units of Measurement: lb/ft, lb/in, kg.m, N.m
Angle Range: 0° - 360° (C.W. / C.C.W.)
Angle Accuracy: ±1°
Display Resolution:
Operating Voltage: 6V (4 x AAA batteries, supplied)
Operating Temperature: 32°F - 104°F [0° - 40° C].


1/2"-drive, Digital Electronic Torque-Angle Wrench comes with calibration certificate and storage case.


1-year warranty.


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