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I know. But what I would like to know is will they both do the same job?

If so I will go for the cheper one.

The first one looks like a dial torque. And its rating is in nm.

The same as the Park TW-5.

I can get the Park for £20 more, so is it worth paying the extra £20 just to have peace of mind that it is made for a bike.

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5 nm = 3.6 ft/pds; so worst case you would be in the lower middle of the lowest torque range. I don't think I would bother with a torque wrench for anything less than 5nm, as its just a hair into anything thats tight...
 

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To be honest both are nice.

But I have found the Park Tool TW-5 at a great price. £40 cheaper than what other places are selling it for.

Theres not much in it. And I dont know which one to go for.
 
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