Item # 13619 BRAND: Eastwood

Eastwood Digital Electronic Torque-Angle Wrench 3/8in Drive

3/8-inch drive unit measures 7-100 ft.-lbs. torque & rotation angle
3/8-inch drive unit measures 7-100 ft.-lbs. torque & rotation angle
Eastwood Digital Electronic Torque-Angle Wrench 3/8in Drive is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12.
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3/8-inch drive unit measures 7-100 ft.-lbs. torque & rotation angle

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Eastwood Digital Electronic Torque-Angle Wrench 3/8in Drive

Product Overview:


The Eastwood 3/8" Digital Electronic Torque-Angle Wrench is built to provide the precise torque and angle settings for today's vehicles.

  • Measures torque from 7-100 ft.-lbs. and 10-135Nm (Newton meters)
  • Accurate to +/–2%, 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 3/8"-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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3/8"-drive, Digital Electronic Torque-Angle Wrench comes with calibration certificate and storage case.

Guides & Accessories


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Safety Information

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Eastwood 3/8 in. Digital Electronic Torque Angle Wrench Drive Range In Storage Case

Application Tips

Measures Torque From 7-100 Ft.-Lbs. And 10-135Nm (Newton Meters)


Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best torque wrench ever I had a similar wrench for 10 years from Eastwood. Eventually it wore out. I wanted another one because it is the most user friendly and accurate on the market. With a few button presses I have the units, value and peak selected. There is literally no other this good
Date published: 2022-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value and easy to use I recently used this to replace big end bearing in the car. It took a little bit to figure out the operation (the on-line video was a big help) but once I got the hang of it, it was a snap (even the angle rotation). Great tool for the price.
Date published: 2015-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tool for the toolbox Way better then the craftsmen that I just return for this. Light and accurate.
Date published: 2013-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from this is the wrench to have I bought this wrench to torque head bolts on my harley davidson and it worked perfect. I would really recomend this wrench to anyone. I really love this wrench. I even bought one ror my brother-in-law.
Date published: 2012-03-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty Pleased!! I’ve always used Tekton spring style torque wrenches with great success. However, in doing my Harley-Davidson M8 Softail big bore kit, the H-D gaskets are step torqued and then are finally degree angle torqued. I’ve done a significant amount of research on angle torque wrenches. Truth be told, my angle torque wrench of choice is the knurled Gear Wrench 3/8 digital angle torque wrench, but that item seems to be backordered everywhere until Spring 2022. So, back to the drawing board so I can finish my project. I went to Cometic gaskets from S&S which do not use the degree angle torque procedure. However, my Tekton torque wrenches are accurate to 4% and I wanted something a little more accurate on this build. I ended up opting for the cheaper option: The Eastwood 3/8 Digital Angle Torque Wrench. For motorcycle work, the head is quite thick at .85 inches as compared to the SnapOn digital angle torque wrench and Tekton spring torque wrench which come in at .56 inches. The Gear Wrench torque wrench without knurling measures .7 inches. I couldn’t find a measurement for Harbor Freight’s Quinn 3/8 digital angle torque wrench. The pros of the Eastwood torque wrench are the 1 year warranty; the audible beeps, track and peak modes; visual illumination when you’re nearing, achieved, and exceeded your desired torque values. I especially like that in the circumstances where you can’t get a full desired degree swing on the tool, you can ratchet back, and the tool records your prior achievement and calculates the extra required swings to achieve the correct measurement. I saw a YouTube video posted several years back that apparently the tool didn’t have this option, however now it does! The material and workmanship of the tool are really good quality and finish is very nice. And the accuracy: 2% CW AND CCW!! Programming the torque wrench is very simple. I had no issues whatsoever. Battery replacement is very simple: 4AAA batteries – just unscrew the cap at the base of the handle, insert your batteries, and reinstall the cap – No tools required. Finally, the price: The regular price is $137.99, however I got a deal with $25.00 off and free shipping, and with tax, my total was $121.46, by far the cheapest digital angle torque wrench I could find! The cons of the tool are that the stored memory is limited to 5 spots; the .851 inch thick head, which does not include the anvil, is cumbersome and likely will fail at getting to the recessed rocker box cover bolts under the backbone of the frame. There is no vibration to alert you that you’ve reached your measurement. In conclusion, with some special adapters, I think I can get this torque wrench to work for me. The tool makes it extremely easy to get accurate results right on the money. And for $121.46 with 2% accuracy, and ease of use, I really have no complaints really other than the size of the head. I recommend it!
Date published: 2021-09-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Dose its job Bought this for the angle feature works ok. Had slop when using the angle setting just have to pay attention. Easy to use also directions are easy to follow.
Date published: 2016-02-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Torque Wrench can work as a Torquometer I have used the Snap-On equivalents of these and decided I needed one but at a much more reasonable price. This is definitely at a more reasonable price. It even has the same plastic style battery cap which I consider the week points for both the Eastwood and Snap-on. I wouldn't doubt if these were made by the same company. The 3/8" version for me was just the right size and the ability to have audio, digital led indications are all I need in a torque wrench. Angle would be another plus but I wouldn't count on this wrench to do it.
Date published: 2015-10-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from works good worth the money I just got done replacing pistons on a GM LTG engine using this tool. I used my clicker to compare it to at first and found it to be about the same in accuracy. It did take some getting used to programming it and all but not really that difficult. I used the angle meter without any trouble, just press the button get the slop out of the ratchet wait a few seconds it goes to zero and it goes to a solid beep when it gets to the set angle, go to the next bolt get slop out press zero and repeat not that hard to do, not sure what all the fuss was about with the other reviewers was. My only minor complaint is every time you press a button it beeps f'n LOUD! Echos through the whole shop wish it had a volume control, I just put my thumb over the speaker when I'm setting it up. Guy at my shop has a Snap On 1/2 digital/angle wrench he bought from repo for $400 that normally sells for $700. So for the price I paid for the Eastwood I'm ok with a few less than perfect things.
Date published: 2014-12-17
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Questions & Answers

Hi , I would like to know if you add a universal socket to this wrench does the electronic read out change in number or accuracy?                                                  Thanks.

Asked by: PWMUSA
Utilizing a universal socket with a torque wrench will diminish accuracy of the torque spec.
Answered by: Nick BC
Date published: 2022-05-23

In the details it says, "Accurate to +/–4%, clockwise and counterclockwise".  However, when viewing the instructions it says "High accuracy within +/- 2%".  Can you please verify which one is correct?

Asked by: Derek
This unit is accurate to =/- 2%.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2020-05-05

Does it have a inch pound setting? If so what is the range? 

Asked by: Jonathan
This tool does not come with an inch/pound setting.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2019-07-17

How long is this wrench and its 1/2" counterpart? Trying to decide between 1/2" and 3/8". Looks like you could do almost all fasteners on a typical modern engine build with the 3/8" but would like input.

Asked by: IowaGuy
The total length of both of these wrenches is 19 1/2 inches
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2018-11-16

when using the angel mode can you use the ratchet function? If you can't do it all in one movement..

Asked by: jimmyjim
You can certainly use the ratchet feature if you cannot complete in one sweep.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2018-05-21

What is the difference between track mode and peak mode?

Asked by: Phinxter
In track mode the unit will show in real time, the torque reached during normal operation. In peak mode the max value that is reached will be saved and the values will be shown in the operating box. The read out will only last about 2-3 seconds.
Answered by: Ed O 88
Date published: 2018-05-21

Does it also display in/lbs?

Asked by: Wondering
This torque wrench only displays ft/lbs and Nm. We do offer this click style torque wrench which measures in in/lbs.
Answered by: NickC
Date published: 2014-09-25
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Eastwood Digital Electronic Torque-Angle Wrench 3/8in Drive
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