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M Part Torque Wrench

M Part Torque Wrench

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Product Description

The M-Part Torque Wrench is a quality tool with all the necessary attachments to correctly tighten the nuts and bolts on your bicycle. For the home mechanic, a torque wrench is a workshop essential and this complete kit has everything you need to get started.

The M-Part Torque wrench is adjustable from 3-15Nm, which is a suitable range for most stems, handlebars and seat posts. It comes complete with its own storage box, to keep all the sockets neatly organised.

Best on Test - Cycling Weekly, Torque Wrench Shoot Out

Key features:

  • Adjustable from 3 to 14 Nm
  • Includes M3, M4, M5, M6, M8, M10 and T25 sockets
  • Storage box
  • Small and easy to use

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

M Part Torque Wrench Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4.5
out of 5
4.46
Build Quality
4.35
Performance
4.31
Value For Money
4.62

Customer Reviews (88)

2
M-Part 1/4" drive torque wrench
by Anonymous user on 15/12/2019

Worked well enough for the warranty period. Started acting up part-way through year two with sticky action and failure to return to the centre position. Lubrication appeared to help. Now, at exactly 3 years it is too sticky and erratic to be usable. Has had light and occasional, indoor use only. Always left at the zero setting when stored. Disappointing.

Worked well enough for the warranty period. Started acting up part-way through year two with sticky action and failure to return to the centre position. Lubrication appeared to help. Now, at exactly 3 years it is too sticky and erratic to be usable. Has had light and occasional, indoor use only. Always left at the zero setting when stored. Disappointing.

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2.3 out of 5
Build Quality: 1/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 2/5
5
Torque wrench
by elsie l on 12/07/2019

Brilliant piece of kit deffo recommend, All you need in one place

Brilliant piece of kit deffo recommend, All you need in one place

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5
4
Good product
by Harpreet B on 24/06/2019

It's a really good wrench. Got it half price so really pleased

It's a really good wrench. Got it half price so really pleased

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3.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 3.5/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 3.5/5
1
AVOID! - Impossible to set accurately due to design flaw
by Peter S on 06/06/2018

Looked too good to be true for £33.92, and was. Due to the way the window and indicator line are set it's impossible to ensure you're looking straight at the gauge and avoiding any parallax variance. This means you can be out by +/- 1-2NM at any given setting. For a tool with a specified range of 3-15 Nm, which will likely be used at the lower end of that range, this is potentially the difference between under-torquing a part and having it work loose, or over-torquing and thereby damaging or destroying it. Either way, it entirely defeats the point of a tool like this. Spend a bit more and get a tool you can trust.

Looked too good to be true for £33.92, and was. Due to the way the window and indicator line are set it's impossible to ensure you're looking straight at the gauge and avoiding any parallax variance. This means you can be out by +/- 1-2NM at any given setting. For a tool with a specified range of 3-15 Nm, which will likely be used at the lower end of that range, this is potentially the difference between under-torquing a part and having it work loose, or over-torquing and thereby damaging or destroying it. Either way, it entirely defeats the point of a tool like this. Spend a bit more and get a tool you can trust.

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0.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 1/5
Performance: 0.5/5
Value For Money: 0.5/5
4
Quality tool
by Ian H on 15/08/2017

Seems a good tool only used it once - tie will tell

Seems a good tool only used it once - tie will tell

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4 out of 5
Build Quality: 4.5/5
Performance: 3.5/5
Value For Money: 4/5
4
Handy tool
by Alec S on 25/07/2017

Excellent little torque wrench. Almost half the price of other wrenches I was looking at. Must have for any DIY mechanic.

Excellent little torque wrench. Almost half the price of other wrenches I was looking at. Must have for any DIY mechanic.

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4.3 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 5/5
4
Seems to be pretty good for the price!
by Jonathan W on 01/11/2016

Only used it a couple of times so far but can't really fault it! I'm not too sure why some reviewers struggled to understand how to make sure the torque setting was accurate as it can be clearly seen on the gauge and can be checked by the dial on the base of the wrench - The dial is broken down into 0.5 increments, hence you can increment the torque using this alone e.g. one full turn is 2NM so 4NM would be 2 full turns etc. and can then be checked against the gauge. It is very clear when the torque setting has been met as the head folds, granted it is possible to tighten past this point but this can easily be avoided by not being ham fisted.

Only used it a couple of times so far but can't really fault it! I'm not too sure why some reviewers struggled to understand how to make sure the torque setting was accurate as it can be clearly seen on the gauge and can be checked by the dial on the base of the wrench - The dial is broken down into 0.5 increments, hence you can increment the torque using this alone e.g. one full turn is 2NM so 4NM would be 2 full turns etc. and can then be checked against the gauge. It is very clear when the torque setting has been met as the head folds, granted it is possible to tighten past this point but this can easily be avoided by not being ham fisted.

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4.3 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 5/5
5
A must have for safety and piece of mind
by David M on 22/06/2016

If you only do light maintenance or take your whole bike apart this is a must have tool, it comes in a great self contained box with the most common size hex keys, many times i have under tightened and over tightened and broken or things have come loose but not no more with this affordable bit of kit highly recommend

If you only do light maintenance or take your whole bike apart this is a must have tool, it comes in a great self contained box with the most common size hex keys, many times i have under tightened and over tightened and broken or things have come loose but not no more with this affordable bit of kit highly recommend

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5
1
Not worth the money
by Sean M on 07/06/2016

Firstly its only 3-14Nm not 3-15Nm as advertised - discovered this when i went to change my rear wheel the other day :( Then there is the fact that you can be a couple of Nm out if you eye up the red line the wrong way - so if you have a carbon frame stay well clear. Finally there is no audible click and you can keep twisting the wrench without the head folding and go above the set value.

Firstly its only 3-14Nm not 3-15Nm as advertised - discovered this when i went to change my rear wheel the other day :( Then there is the fact that you can be a couple of Nm out if you eye up the red line the wrong way - so if you have a carbon frame stay well clear. Finally there is no audible click and you can keep twisting the wrench without the head folding and go above the set value.

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1.3 out of 5
Build Quality: 2/5
Performance: 1/5
Value For Money: 1/5
5
Essential Kit
by Paul T on 19/02/2016

Having over-tightened a few bits on a bike once, which was costly, I now view a torque wrench as an essential piece of kit. The M Part Torque Wrench does the job and is excellent quality and comes with a good range of bits. Well worth the money.

Having over-tightened a few bits on a bike once, which was costly, I now view a torque wrench as an essential piece of kit. The M Part Torque Wrench does the job and is excellent quality and comes with a good range of bits. Well worth the money.

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