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Metolius Torque Review


Nut Tool

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  • Currently 5.0/5
Overall avg rating 5.0 of 5 based on 1 review. Most recent review: March 12, 2014
Price:   $15 List | Varies from $12 - $15 online  —  Compare prices at 5 resellers
Pros:  Best tool for thin crack nut extrication, Comfortable
Cons:  Expensive, relatively heavy
Manufacturer:   Metolius

Overview

Metolius has discontinued the Freenut and replaced it with the Torque. They've added wrenches to tighten and loosen bolts which increases the functionality of this already great product. It should be mentioned though, that the Torque is six grams heavier than the Freenut.

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Valentine Cullen

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Most recent review: March 12, 2014
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