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BBB BTL-73 - Torque Fix Torque Wrench

BBB BTL-73 - Torque Fix Torque Wrench

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Product Description

The BBB BTL-73 Torque Wrench is an essential tool for not damaging your bike components, especially on carbon fibre frames. You’re getting a sturdy wrench with quality bits included and a solid carry case to keep it all together.

An adjustable range from 2Nm – 14Nm in small increments to avoid over tightening your bolts. A quality bike maintenance tool.

Key Features:

  • Adjustable torque tool with 1/4" drive.
  • Click-mechanism to indicate when torque setting is reached.
  • Range: 2-14 Nm, adjustable with small increments.
  • Individually calibrated by computer. Possibility to re-calibrate the tool.
  • Hex keys 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and T25, T30 Torx included.
  • Protection case included.

Occasionally, without notice, manufacturers change product design and/or specifications.

BBB BTL-73 - Torque Fix Torque Wrench Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4.7
out of 5
4.73
Build Quality
4.80
Performance
4.70
Value For Money
4.70

Customer Reviews (5)

5
Great quality
by Donald R on 15/10/2017

Bought for new bike to avoid leaving witness marks while getting setup correct. As good as any I've used before. Don't be too enthusiastic when doing screws up - once you overcome the torque it skips a bit, but you can continue turning, so be careful you don't miss the skip.

Bought for new bike to avoid leaving witness marks while getting setup correct. As good as any I've used before. Don't be too enthusiastic when doing screws up - once you overcome the torque it skips a bit, but you can continue turning, so be careful you don't miss the skip.

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4.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 5/5
5
Quality tool at a great price
by Ross H on 28/01/2016

Essential not to damage components. The actual wrench is sturdy with good bits and a solid case. Not just for seat posts as other reviews have stated bit remember to torque down when using grease/anti-seize/thread-locker

Essential not to damage components. The actual wrench is sturdy with good bits and a solid case. Not just for seat posts as other reviews have stated bit remember to torque down when using grease/anti-seize/thread-locker

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5
5
A worthwhile purchase
by Andrew W on 06/10/2015

I bought this torque wrench so that I would not wreck my new carbon bike as I adjusted its seat height. The wrench's torque setting of 2 to 14 nm is ideal for use on a carbon bike and I know I will use it elsewhere around my home too. It is very easy to use, but practice on something metal before using it on fragile or carbon fittings. Overall I am very pleased with the tool.

I bought this torque wrench so that I would not wreck my new carbon bike as I adjusted its seat height. The wrench's torque setting of 2 to 14 nm is ideal for use on a carbon bike and I know I will use it elsewhere around my home too. It is very easy to use, but practice on something metal before using it on fragile or carbon fittings. Overall I am very pleased with the tool.

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5
4
Does the job
by Nat W on 12/06/2015

Had one of these for a while now, and while it's handy to have in your home workshop, you need to realise when you've tightened to the required torque. It doesn't click, but the head bends when you've reached the torque setting which can make it feel as though it's not tight enough, but it is. All in all not a bad little wrench

Had one of these for a while now, and while it's handy to have in your home workshop, you need to realise when you've tightened to the required torque. It doesn't click, but the head bends when you've reached the torque setting which can make it feel as though it's not tight enough, but it is. All in all not a bad little wrench

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4 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 4.5/5
Value For Money: 3.5/5
5
Quality product
by David C on 23/11/2014

Been looking for a quality read up a lot of reviews and this one looks good to me. Better to be safe that sorry when tightening your seatpost onto a corbon stem as could be an expensive mistake

Been looking for a quality read up a lot of reviews and this one looks good to me. Better to be safe that sorry when tightening your seatpost onto a corbon stem as could be an expensive mistake

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5