Craftsman 3/8-in. Dr. Digi-Click Torque Wrench, 5-80 ft. lbs.Item# 00913918000 | Model# 75000
Specifications & Dimensions
|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||4.5|
|Torque Drive Size:||3/8 in.|
|Torque Range:||5 to 80 ft. lbs.|
|Torque Increments:||0.5 ft. lbs.|
|Warranties & Coverage:|
|General Warranty:||90 day limited|
Ratings & Reviews
Grab a 3/8-in Dr Digi Click Torque Wrench for Multiple Engine Jobs
The Craftsman 3/8-in dr digi click torque wrench, a micrometer style wrench, features an LED backlit screen, creating easy readability even in low-light conditions. The click-style torque wrench easily tightens various automotive bolts, from lugs and crankshaft bolts to cylinder heads and engine-mountings. Click style is perfect for small engine repairs, four-wheelers, motorcycles, brakes, engine and more.
The 3/8-in dr digi click torque wrench from Craftsman measures from 5 to 80 foot/pounds in one-quarter increments. The digital 3/8-inch drive click torque wrench converts units from foot/pounds to inch/pounds, as well as into Newton Meters (Nm). Switching between Nm and foot/pounds or foot/pounds to inch/pounds is quick and simple. The backlit LED screen provides an easy-to-read digital display. Craftsman has designed this torque wrench with an ergonomic handle for secure yet comfortable performance and a secure hold.
- Use the Craftsman 3/8-in dr digi click torque wrench for tightening and adjusting various mechanical bolts in engines, chassis and more
- The digital-click torque wrench converts from ft. lb. to in. lb. and to Nm simply by touching a button
- The 3/8-inch drive click torque wrench measures from 5 to 80 ft.lb. in .25 increments
- With an LED backlit screen, it's easy to see every readout, even in the darkest garage
- Comfortable handle with ergonomic styling reduces fatigue and provides a sure grip
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on April 01, 2012
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Most Helpful Reviews
North Ridgeville, OH
First off, this torque wrench feels beefy and solid. It doesn't feel really cheap like a lot of other brands. That being said, I believe the only advantage this has in being digital is that it displays the setting at a quick glance and the display is backli, which is good in low light. Aside from that, there's no other benefit to being digital, it's a nice little touch. The handle at the bottom for adjusting the setting seemed a little cheap, I had to pull extra hard once in a while to get it to turn. When going from a very low setting to a very high setting or vice versa, your wrist gets tired from having to keep pulling and turning the ****, there's nothing quick about adjusting it, it's pretty slow. I've got a 1/2 torque wrench from another large brand and the setting adjustment on that is a thumb **** that's very quick and not stressful to turn. One other note about the setting **** is that even at times when I had the **** pushed back in to select the torque I wanted, sometimes just bumping the wrench will cause the torque setting to move by one increment, 0.25 ft/lb. The 0.25 ft/lb. increment is nice, not that bolts are that picky. When compared to my other torque wrench in the ranges I could test, it didn't seem as consistent as my other brand. The click is not as distinct with this wrench and more easily torques beyond the click than my other brand. So I question its accuracy a little.
West Palm Beach, FL
i bought this wrench to use on industrial applications as i work in the field for a power company and this tool comes in handy to check torques. a little big in size but works great.
this torque wrench is pretty good because its digital and has in lbs,ft lbs,nm so it can be used in a variety of applications,it also clicks like a regular torque wrench when your torque is met and for the price u cant go wrong,got it for about 60 bucks on sale with extended warranty
Have had this for 2 years now. Works really well and better than the HF version. I'm a weekend mechanic so it doesn't get too much use. The sound click to the set ft/lb. is great. It's fairly noticeable unlike the HF version where it's barely noticeable when you're at the desired ft/lb setting. So after 2 years of ownership, the dial piece (the piece that you pull to turn the setting) just turned and turned and wouldn't set the digital dial. After finding out that the warranty on this thing was only 90 days and didn't want to spend another $80 to buy a new, I took it apart. What I found was there was nothing wrong with the torque wrench itself but the dial piece inside had worn out. The female hex had rounded off. This what connects to the male metal piece inside that you turn to set the torque. So I just use a 3/8 socket w/a 3/8 ratchet to turn the male metal piece to the desired torque. So really that's all you have to do. You can put back the black plastic piece just to cover it but with its rounded inside it's useless. The torque wrench still works for me so I'm going to keep it. In conclusion, this will eventually happen to you. I would avoid this product if you're not willing to take it apart and remove that dial piece when yours stops setting the torque.
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