There are times when a tool leaves us absolutely speechless, and this is almost one of those times. Behold, a digital adjustable wrench which gives torque readings.
We would scream “cheesy gimmick” at the top of our lungs if not for the attention-grabbing $395 pricetag. Surely this cannot simply be an overpriced gimmick tool, right?
Before anyone gives this tool serious consideration, they might want to instead consider a standard torque wrench and full crowsfoot wrench set for much less than $400. With this option, though, one has to make sure that they are aware of any torque corrections that may need to calculated.
Thanks to the information Superautobacs offered via his comment, we were able to take a look at the manufacturer’s website for the torque wrench. From what we read, Kyoto’s digital adjustable torque wrench may be a much more credible tool than we originally assumed. Still, the price is a tad high for our liking given the availability of cheaper alternatives.