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Venzo Bicycle Bike 1/4 Inch Driver - Torque Wrench Allen Key Tools Socket Set Kit 2-24Nm - Small Adjustable

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Description

  • Comes with Guage perfect for bicycle carbon parts,1/4'' Torque Fix Set, Torque range: 2-24 NM, Tolerance in: Accuracy +/- 4%.
  • Allen Keys 3 /4 / 5 / 6 / 8 / 10 mm, plus 5mm Longer Allen Key for easy use, T20, T25 and T30 Torques, High quality. Great for bicycle parts or bolts. (Note: please do not try to use cheap quality tools, they will damage the parts).
  • Note: Stop turning when you feel a 'click'. 'Click' means the torque has reached a preset value.
  • ORDER NOW, WORRY-FREE! We're so confident about the product quality that we can provide a 10-year warranty! Made in Taiwan.

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Customer Reviews

Solid torque wrench!So far this has been great! Only used it a few times so far. Rhe fact that it comes with the sockets youll most likely use, for the prcie its a good deal. Just what I needed for wrenching on a carbon bike. Seems like it's good quality. It came with a conversation from Nm to in/lbs, and a certificate with the test results and % +/- variance. It's pretty close, though did err on the plus side. So if you're unsure set it ever so slightly under your desired setting. For example when tested a 4nm the actual reading was 4.16. When tested at 10nm the actual reading was 10.28. There two reasons why I can't give it five stars. 1) The adjustment lacks some precision. For example it has markings for 12nm and 14nm so if you have a torque spec of 13.2nm you have to guesstimate. Not a huge deal but worth mentioning. 2) You twist the handle to adjust, however there's no way to lock it in place. So there is the possibility of changing the setting accidentally when in use if you're not careful. Still a solid porduct.4Well Calibrated for the priceI'm an engineer an use very expensive torque wrenches in my line of work (I have never verified calibration before)I hung weights at a specific distance from center of rotation to verify calibration.It was closer than I expected. It was off (low) by 1Nm in the 2-18Nm range and off about 2Nm in the 20Nm+ range.Photo attached shows a 5lb weight 7" away from socket: 5lbs * 7"=35inch-lbs 35inch-lbs 4NmI gently lowered the weight wrench "clicked" at 5Nm, should have "clicked" at 4Nm. Close enough for me.I recommend dusting off those high school physics skills and checking calibration, but mine was close enough (way better than me randomly tightening bolts)Using this torque wrench a bit has also helped calibrate my elbow. (I can now torque bicycle bolts closer to correct without the torque wrench)5Works great and easy to use, Amazon shipped the tool in one day for free! Just bought a carbon fiber bike and try to put them together. There are marks everywhere on the bike prompting to torque the bolt to a specific torque. Compared to the park tool ATD-1 which only offer four different bits whereas this has ten, the park tool one may seem smaller or more portable, I'm not looking to carry a torque wrench while I'm riding so I'm good with Venzo's offering. It has a very nice case to store all the bits and the wrench itself nicely. By twisting the bottom black handle it will either increase or decrease the target torque, it will generate a click sound showing you that the target torque have reached.It provided a calibration sheet and signed by the person who lastly performed the calibration, it recommends you to calibrate the tool occasionally, will figure out later how to do so. Overall I highly recommend this tool as it offers an easy and effortless solution to tighten a bolt to a specific torque. 5Be EXTRA careful setting below 4 Nm !!!It loses its "click" when set less than 3-4 Nm ( sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't).I was installing a water bottle rack on my new carbon fiber Trek, and started with a setting of 2 Nm. It kept getting tighter and tighter but no click. So to test it I changed to a 6mm allen for my thru axle which was already torqued to 10 Nm. Still no click at the 2 Nm setting??? I bumped it up to 3 -- still no click. Went to 4 and finally it clicked.I kept playing around with it and sometimes it clicked at 3, other times no. So it's hit or miss at 3 Nm.I checked it against my Craftsman torque wrench which only goes down to 5 Nm, and the torques matched at 5 Nm and up.3Not trustworthyThe whole point of a torque wrench is that you know and control the torque in the bolts you are tightening. Specially important when you have an expensive bike and want to take good care of it.I used it to tighten the seatpost bolt (max recommend 7Nm, so I set it to 5Nm) and stretch the bolt so much that I cut it. Luckily the bolt gave away before my frame.This is just a wrench, I don't trust it anymore.1Great tool, great set of sockets and great case - GET itGet it - as many other reviewers have said.But, maybe I can add something helpful.I have never owned a carbon fiber bike before and I just got a Cannondale HiMod Synapse Dura Ace Di2 - quite an investment - for my 50th birthday. It was a huge sacrifice for the family, and the ONE thing I did not want to do was crack the seat tube on the frame or damage any other part of the frame or part. There would be no one that I could afford to replace it.I have raced and road steel and aluminum frames for 35 years and it never occurred to me about the possibility of damaging a frame when working on it. Oh sure, you could strip threads on steel or aluminum, but in all my years that actually never happened.So the journey to buy a torque wrench began - I poured over reviews on amazon for days/weeks before deciding to purchase the Park TW01 and 02.When considering a torque wrench, calibration is really important - everyone knows that. So, I got freaked out by any comment by any user that mentioned fears about calibration errors on new torque wrenches and this included the Venzo. I put it in my cart, but I just could not pull the trigger - that nagging doubt really stuck.So, I got the Park TW01 and 02 and started to use them on my bike build. I have used torque wrenches of this type before and didn't really like them - they are awkward in a LOT of circumstances, but I decided to just bite the bullet, better safe than sorry right?Well, I really, really hated using them - especially on crank arm bolts. I just could not get in a position to see the scale very well and on the TW02 you also need to keep the handle balanced in the neutral position when using it. I found it almost impossible to do this because of the crank moving. As you tighten the bolts, you have to rotate the arms because you need to tighten each one incrementally. Any way, I thought it was a pain, I wasn't sure of the torque I had applied - so zero confidence.Tightening the stem plate and the stem were easier and I had no problem doing that, BUT that issue with the crank bolts really bothered me. I just had zero confidence that the torque was correct. SO I returned the Park TW01 and 02 and bought the Venzo.As soon as I took the wrench out of the case I saw a QC sticker - good... I say to myself I like that, but I still know that it could be wrong.SO... I decided to tighten something simple at first. I have a small Ritchey torque tool that is just a straight 5Nm setting and I had used both the TW01 and this Ritchey tool on my stem bolts.Ok Venzo, work please.I went to the steering tube stem bolts, set the dial to 5Nm and turned - instant click (yessssss!) - next bolt - click. next - click and so on for the whole stem. Ok - good first test.Let's hit the RD bolt - set to 8Nm and I have to turn slightly before the satisfying click - a little loose, but that is ok. Not fearful of damaging any thing here.Now to the crank arm bolts (Shimano Ultegra 50-34 compact crank)Let's see, 12 to 14Nm I believe, set the dial and begin. Hmmm.... got to turn this a little more, hey a lot more, about half a turn, is it going to turn too far?, then CLICK.Move to other bolt, same thing. About 1/2 turn then CLICK!I KNEW that I had not properly torqued those bolts with the TW02.... with the Venzo everything was SO much easier, less awkward, and I love the CLICK.This is a good kit with really helpful sockets - the tool seems to be really well built. I would say buy with confidence - I am sure the hard core Park Tool guys will sniff at this but meh... I am tired of all that nonsense.I can't say anything about this tools durability for shop use, but it is all I will ever need for my bike - BUT, there are a couple of things that I will need to get a heavier tool for - pedals, cassette, and BB, but that is ok. I am going to get a Kobalt at a local store. I have had one before and they are pretty good.Hope this helps someone who is laboring to decide what to get. If not for those outlier reviews, I would have saved a LOT of time and stress. Reviews can really suck sometimes - I hope this one doesn't..5Not just for bicycles I am a previous certified motorcycle mechanic - to correctly tighten Clutch Spring bolts on a motorcycle (Suzuki Dl1000): I needed between 7 & 8 foot pounds each x 8 bolts.*This is the right tool for the job = proper performance of the product you tightened correctly.Engineers design and set bolt tension for a reason - don t guess - too tight it can snap under pressure or twist off while tightening, not tight enough, well that s just scary what can happen.This tool Works great! The wrench is in Nm Newton meters - named after sir Isaac Newton who named the force pushing everything down, gravity and then the calculation of the force of gravity. That calculation eventually led to torque measured in foot pounds or Newton meters.Note* the conversion chart from (Nm) Newton meters to (ft.lbs.) foot pounds they supply is oddly arranged. The simple conversion is 0.7376(Nm) x the number of Nm (on the handle) = ft.lbsExample:0.7376 x 7Nm= 5.16 ftlbs BUT I needed 7. So I just kept using my Calculator until I got to the foot pound I needed.0.7376 x 10Nm = 7.37 ft.lbs. Yaaaaaa5Venzo Bicycle Torque WrenchVenzo Torque Wrench :https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00811WQT8/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_4After having read a lot of the reviews, I decided on this Venzo Torque wrench. Having read a lot of the other reviews, both positive and negative, I can say that most of the negative reports were most probably due to operator error.If you are not accustomed to working on your bike, I would not recommend starting now, not with a torque wrench. You can risk stripping bolts, bolt heads, cracking carbon, etc. Bring it to your LBS (local bike shop) as you have done in the past.However, if you work on your bikes, as I do, then this is an awesome bit of kit. I would like to explain a misconception of torque wrenches to help those who have had issues w/ them.So:1. When you get this tool. It is pre-set at 2NM. Do not change this, Not just yet.2. Hold the wrench in one hand and you will be able to 'Click' or flip the head of the wrench with the other hand. You may need to apply moderately substantial force. This is what generates the proverbial 'Click'. It is more the head of the wrench releasing @2NM than an audible "click'. you will notice that the head rocks over as it hits 2NM load. Repeat this a few times and understand the function of the wrench.I think a lot of people were waiting to hear a 'click' and wrenching past the moment the head releases. Doing this WILL break your bike and you will hear a Crack instead!!3. Now, wind the handle up to 4NM and repeat the procedure in your hand. You will notice that it is quite difficult. 2x more difficult, to be precise. Some people my not be able to move this. Again, you will notice that the head capsizes before you hear an audible 'click'4. So like other Spring/Pressure loaded torque wrenches, the head is the mechanism that releases at a given load. You can isten for the click, but you will see the head of the wrench capsize, indicating that you have achieved the preset torque.Summary:A good Torque wrench w/ a great range. Small great tool for bikes and the likes. Not as high quality as some of the others I have seen for over 150$. However, for $45 it a very good in comparison.It has a claimed tolerance of 4%. I have not validated this, however, the Torque released at the same load for several tests. 2-18NM I haven't checked higher yet, but I doubt there will be much if any variation on the 4%.Has instructions, a little vague, hence my explanation of the function. Has a conversion chart. NM/KGm IP/NM, etc. A calibration sheet certification.Received it a day early form the shipper, Bonus.4 stars because it is not perfect. 4 stars because it is a good, solid piece for the price. Arrives in a solid latched box with all the bits that are advertised Would I recommend this to a friend?Yes. Most definitely, highly recommended if you will really use one. Would I buy it again, No why? I have one now!4Almost returned it until...I specifically bought it because I have a carbon fiber handlebar.First impression is the quality. It feel heavy and well built.To avoid damaging the handlebar, I tested in a steel one. I am so glad that I did.I preset the torque to 5N which didn't work, and it tightened the screws so much that they got stripped.I packed it back in the box to return it. A few days later, I decided to read the instructions again. That's when I realized that it clearly says due to long storage, the torque will not be accurate as the fluid seats in one part.I then took it out of the box and spent some times shaking it, turning it upside down, rolling it so the fluid can expand.I tried it again on the same steel bar, it worked. On downside is that the click indicating the torque lever is too smooth. So, be careful no to miss the click so you dont over tighten.5Very hard to use correctly compared to quality torque whenchesFirst the good news. The Allen sockets are good quality and fit the screw heads nicely. This is a reverseable ratchet, so it can be used as a 1/4 drive ratchet as well.BUT... as a torque wrench, it s not great. Now I have other click type torque wrenchs and I use them on many projects. Just didn t want to keep running out to get the wrench. Now the other torque whenchs I have are NOT ratchets. And when when it use them I can get the click, let up on the pressue, then turn again and get the click again. Can t do that with this. In fact, the best procedure I found is the get rage bolt close, then use this holding it very loosely near the end of the wrench. The first time you feel it release, STOP! Do not try to check it by twisting again.How did it do? I tried it on a 5 mm Allen head screw. First, ranthe screw in and out to clean the threads. Then I put a small amount of lube on the threads. I then tighten the screw to 2 NMU 10 times in a row. Each time I checked it with a real torque wrench. It adveraged 2.1 nm according to the better wrench and had about a .2 range. Next did the same thing at 10 nm. Here it advrage 9.8 but had a full 1 nm swing from low to high. I must note that twice I messed the click and stopped when I knew it had to be too much then redid it.Next I went to a 10mm hex head with a 1/4 socket. I tighten to 35 nm. Here I got 33 nm with a swing of almost 3 nm from high to low. By this time I was getting used to finding the click and hit it each tome.So in my feeling, this is acceptable to use on a bike. But you should practice on on something else before you risk your $2000 carbon frame3Very impressed, perfect for carbon bike frame Very impressed with this tool. I have a carbon bike frame which im very protective of and have always been concerned about over or under tensioning various bolts. After reading all the reviews and seeing what else is out there it's clear this product is the best value out there. Sure it does not lock in place at specific tensions but will get you 96% of the way there. The box and complete set is a nice touch and I've found it to be as accurate as needed. I ran a few tests against other wrenches and it was pretty much on top of eachother. For those who may have had trouble, there is a clear break away of the ratchet head when tension had been reached. I would suggest holding the end with a wrench, and on the lowest setting, just get the feel of what the breakaway is like. At which point you're good to go. 5Inconsistent behavior leads to improperly torqued or broken boltsThis unit felt like it was well built and looked great. Unfortunately I found that I could;n't rely on it. I used it to torque a handful of bolts to their recommended 12 Nm. The first two I did felt pretty accurate but I felt like the following two were being torqued quite a bit more than they were supposed to be. Then the fifth bolt twisted right off. I will be following KISS and will go with a beam style torque wrench, unfortunately there don't seem to be any/many beam style torque wrenches covering this torque range.1
Venzo Bicycle Bike 1/4 Inch Driver - Torque Wrench Allen Key Tools Socket Set Kit 2-24Nm - Small Adjustable

Venzo Bicycle Bike 1/4 Inch Driver - Torque Wrench Allen Key Tools Socket Set Kit 2-24Nm - Small Adjustable

4.5
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