Electronic Torque Wrench Takes Center Stage in Popular Science's "What's New" Section
Introduced at the 2006 SEMA Show, GearWrench's Electronic Torque Wrench is receiving rave reviews from the media and industry. Popular Science, an award-winning general interest magazine with a subscriber base of nearly 1.5 million, featured the Electronic Torque Wrench in the February 2007 issue. The mention, titled "The Wrench That Says When", appeared in the magazine's highly popular "What's New" section, a regular column that highlights "tech that puts the future in the palm of your hand." The copy read, "You'll never strip a bolt if you heed this torque wrench's warning lights. The wrench measures force 2,500 times a second and signals you to ease off before overcranking." The Electronic Torque Wrench was also one of two runners-up in the "Best New Tools and Equipment" category of the 2006 New Product Showcase at SEMA.