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Gorilla Adjustable Torque Wrench

Gorilla Adjustable Torque Wrench

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GorillaAuto are these (the small one specifically) any different from the Harbor Freight models? Everyone is pointing out the similarities, figured I should just ask the vendor.
Jhawins
I don't have any reference for Harbor freight torque wrenches, but our torque wrenches are manufactured in a TUV and ISO certified facility located in Taiwan. The TW605 specifically is a pretty common style (all metal, stamped torque scale, locking end nut) so I understand the comparison on the exterior. My personal experience is that our wrenches are much heavier, have a much stronger click, and overall are just a better product. Harbor Freight has an interesting business model which sells cheap, allows for frequent replacement, etc. Some (possibly many) compromises need to be made for that to work. Gorilla aims to provide a higher quality part that will last longer and work better for the duration.
Smaller one looks identical to my $15 harbor freight one. Same case and everything.
give me a Proxxon with a metric scale and we have a deal. This looks like garbage.
GeneClackman
Agreed. Proxxon is the nazz, and metric...
Read the comments below,
over priced rebadged wrench from local parts store. little surprised to see this on massdrop and email about it ;(
camshaft
Yes, it´s the same than this manessman, at least the small one. It´s not a good tool, it´s not bad either, but I bought it in Spain for little more than 20 euros. http://www.bt-ingenieros.com/dinamometricas/613-llave-dinamometrica-10-210-nm-mannesmann-.html
Has it been calibrated by top members of the state and federal Departments of Weights and Measures to be dead-on balls accurate?
bsdavey
If it was it should have a certificate of calibration which I don't believe it does.
This looks exactly identical to the Pittsburgh Pro wrenches you can get on sale for $10-15 at harbor freight... Except these have a sticker. Ripoff.
Eraser
Yes - exactly. Has anyone refuted this claim? I really don't want to read thru 60 comments to find out...
Eraser
Indeed, it looks like the exact same design. That doesn't always mean it's the same quality, but I would be cautious.
kinda confused... says msrp is $122 but there seems to be many places you can get this wrench for about $60. so it doesn't look like we are getting a super amazing deal.. still better than other places though
Where do I insert this on my Gorilla? :)
What's the difference between these wrenches and the ones I can get from my local parts store? The only difference I can see is that these are far more expensive!
Are these torque wrenches calibrated? Do they come with a calibration certificate? Also, what is the accuracy specification?
RiflemanFirst
The Craftsman, and the Pittsburgh from Harbor Freight both say 4% in their manuals. I would hazard a guess that this is the same, as the construction and function are the same.
The 605 looks like it was made in the same factory as my $40 Tekton... If you want a cheap and solid wrench order the Tekton from amazon.
Isn't this just a generic cheapie torque wrench that you can buy just about anywhere? Not nice to handle or use even if it lasts. Just spend $150 for a good one.