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According to the included documentation (which contradicts the website info), this torque wrench’s accuracy is as follows:

+/- 2% (CW), 20-100% of full scale (from 25-125 ft lbs)

+/- 4% (CW), 4-19% of full scale (from 5-25 ft lbs)

Based on this information, it seems like one torque wrench can be used for all fasteners between 5-125 ft lbs. For comparison, my Precision Instruments split-beam torque wrench is accurate to 4% for its entire usable range.

Also, the included calibration document seems to suggest that the wrench is equally accurate at 25 ft lbs and at 125 ft lbs; I was expecting to see some significant differences.

25 ft lbs = 0.8% tolerance

75 ft lbs = 0.0% tolerance

125 ft lbs = 0.1% tolerance

Based on all of this information, can I safely use this torque wrench for everything between 5-125 ft lbs? It just seems hard to believe that one torque wrench can truly handle such a large range.