Wheeler's FAT Wrench brings perfect consistency to every screw on your rifle. Amazing hand held torque wrench lets you apply repeatable, accurate torque settings to scope rings, guard screws, windage screws, and base screws, which aids in accuracy and decreases the opportunity for problems in the field. Case Included
Bought this and didn't pay much attention to the torque display window. Until I snapped of a screw in my scope ring. Guess they don't pass these through any sort of inspection. As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words.
Ordered mine from Amazon. Came with 8 bits and an empty slot in the bit holder. Pictures on the website show 9 bits and description lists 10. I hope they got the torque calibration within 20%. My parts count is within 20%. The Calibration Certificate supplied with the wrench showed 100% accuracy. Close enough. It has a standard 1/4 in. drive hex, so I'll get what I need.
I haven't use my Digital FAT Wrench much and after replacing its first battery it has stop working completely. I retried with three different new batteries but the display is completely blank. Can you help?
I bought this a couple of years ago to torque the breakers in an electrical panel, after the inspector said it was a requirement. It works very well for my type of work cause it covers all torque ranges for the breakers. The flat adapter is the one that I use the most for larger size breakers and it doesn’t strip the screw.
When you are torquing screws on small items like gun parts, it's not always possible to clamp the item in the orientation you need. Usually I find I need to steady the gun with my hand which leaves me with only one hand available to torque a screw or bolt. A traditional torque wrench requires two hands, one to torque and one to provide counter-torque to keep the head from slipping off the bolt. This screwdriver torque wrench takes away the need to provide counter-torque and makes quick work of torquing screws properly. The wrench comes with factory calibration certificate and is ready to go out of the box. Make sure and read the instructions though, the wrench should always be stored with the torque setting backed off to zero to maintain proper calibration.