Craftsman Micro-Clicker Torque Wrench 3/8'' DriveItem# 00931423000 | Model# 31423
Specifications & Dimensions
|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||2.38|
|Torque Drive Size:||3/8 in.|
|Torque Range:||25 to 250 in. lbs.|
|Torque Increments:||1.0 in. lbs.|
Ratings & Reviews
Nothing Works as Hard on the Job as Craftsman's 25-250 In Lbs., 3/8-Inch Drive Torque Wrench
Built from a combination of high tensile strength alloyed steel and rugged plastic formed to an ergonomic shape, this Craftsman Micro-Clicker 25-250 In Lbs lbs Torque Wrench is designed to withstand years of steady use and even after hours of tightening bolts, it'll stay comfortable in your grip. Whether you're wrenching on a small engine, building a bike or putting the finishing touches on an all-out engine rebuild, any project you need this wrench for, it'll deliver.
With fast, accurate tension wherever and whenever you need it, this 25-250 In Lbs Torque Wrench is easy to operate, simple to set and reliable every time because it's backed by the quality of the Craftsman name. Featuring easy to read, painted and stamped inch-pound increments, it's accurate to 4% of the measured load. With all that, plus a name you can trust, Craftsman's torque wrench will be your new favorite tool.
- Craftsman Micro-Clicker 25-250 In Lbs Torque Wrench features a 3/8" drive
- Accurate to +-4% of load requirement
- Provides readings in foot-pounds and Newton-meters
- Locking feature adjusts quick and easily
- Click feature makes the right torque clear and easy to read
- Scales stamped into housing show inch/metric torque settings
- Redesigned grip delivers hours of comfortable use that won't wear out
- Built from a combination of tough steel and plastic
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on September 24, 2011
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Most Helpful Reviews
Pros: Price Cons: setting lock is easy to unlock by accident during use. bulky head makes it hard to fit in smaller areas. Torque felt quite a bit off when I compared side by side to a Craftsman Pro series. For someone who is wanting to do small engine repairs for personal home use this would do fine, but I would not recomend this for work or automotove use. I was looking for something to work on my trucks engine (2000 Ford Ranger 2.5L) with and the inconsistent torque values made me decide against this one after testing in a bench vice side by side a Craftsman Pro series. The range was just too far off for me to feel sure about using this on my automobile. After doing my research a bit more I am going to go with Tekton brand torque wrenches.
First one I bought had to go back to the store. As others noted, the red 'lock nut' just spins and doesn't actually lock. So the wrench was completely useless. The 2nd one worked, but as others noted it is definitely low-end. I felt like it would break again at any second. It got my bolts back on, but I don't think I'll be keeping it.
North Canton, OH
The torque wrench was a really great purchase as a gift for our son. The staff was knowledgable and friendly, and the price was right! When in doubt, always buy Sears tools!
I use them for light duty use, I don't build engines on a regular basis but for the cylinder head change, light transmission work and the only several times a year i have bought this over a snap-on that costs 8x times more. if i used it every day, sure i would get the more expensive one.
Arnolds Park, IA
I think we all know by now that the craftsman name is about the best value around. I have used them since I was a mechanic in high school and still us those very same tools today. I have a great peace of mind knowing that if a product does not hold up to the job that Sears backs the Craftsman products 100%.