it's been asked a lot
imho sealey stw1012, good range, calibrated, excellent storage box, 3/8" drive
online you can get one for around 30-35 quid including postage
no bits included, so you need to allow extra for that
Rolf F wrote:
Folk here tend to rate the BBB ones. Not had any problems with mine.http://www.ribblecycles.co.uk/sp/road-track-bike/tools-bbb-torquefix-tool/bbbatool250000000000
Just get a Ritchey Torque key, that's enough for the 'delicate' stuff, the rest just do by feel. I have a BBB torque wrench and a Park one but never bother with them these days, yet to crack/strip anything apart from a light bracket...
You could do worse than the £25 quid one that B&Q sell.http://www.diy.com/nav/build/motoring-w ... d=11888652
It covers 5Nm - 25Nm.