I would suggest 3 brands SNAP ON, MAC and craftsman
Most of the professional use Snap on and Mac products. They are expensive.
Craftsman from sears will be ok for DIY people.
All of the wrenches have lifetime warranty
The Snap On tools are high quality but expensive. You can expect a certificate of calibration and the tool will last a long time with care.
okay, i was wondering. well, i guess i will go with craftsman. snap-on be nice, but i dont do a lot. Thanks
The Craftsman torque wrenches is fair but they have some issues on the plastic handle. I felt that it is harder to turn the dial.
Thank you for the accept, I just want to add this to it.
Craftsman - If you just need something to torque the lug nuts and don't want to spend much the Craftsman will be OK.
I would not use them on timing belt crank bolt or head bolts. Any wrench that doesn't come with a custom certificate of calibration with the tool serial number is XXXXX something you should use on the most critical components.