Read Practical Motorhome's Norbar TruTorque TT150 review to discover if this is a useful accessory for your motorhome holidays


This is a product for tool aficionados and while it does little more than the Halfords wrench, it’s nicer to use. Nm and lb/ft scales have their own windows, and the adjuster moves freely even at the highest settings. The super-smooth ratchet has 62 positions, allowing steady progress even if you cannot swing the lever far. A well-placed switch means the ratchet can be reversed with a flick of the thumb, and the push-through drive permits anti-clockwise torqueing.

Price £89.

Contact (tel) 01223 517 000/(web)

Average error 3.08%.

Torque wrench 30-150Nm.

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