Originally Posted by brian
You should show us a pic or video on a torque cal if you intend to sell it. How do we know its not dropped? The price entices me, but I have no assurance that this thing is cal'ed.
Why not have it calibrated yourself, if you're that worried or particular? Your statement could apply to new torque wrenches sitting on the shelves of a store. Would you ask Snap-on, or the guy in the Snap-on truck to show you a video of calibration prior to paying FULL PRICE?!? Besides a dropped torque wrench does not mean the wrench will fail calibration, or cannot be adjusted to meet torque acuraccy design specifications.
A photo or video of a single torque cal only reflects accuracy/inaccuracy to a specific torque setting. It does not certify or guarantee that the wrench can meet specifications throughout the "usable" or accurate portion of the torque wrench's range. Sorry to say, your suggestion is meaningless in this situation/application.