I am thinking of this one Draper 78639 BTW 1/4" Square Drive Torque Wrench 5-25Nm: Amazon.co.uk: Car & Motorbike.
Keep my old faithful for the wheel nuts and use this one for the fancy alloys on the push bike. Always found Draper to be OK for occasional DIY use but maybe not for the pros.
Or maybe this one which has some very relevant bits but I don't know Xtools
X-Tools Essential Torque Wrench Set Black: Amazon.co.uk: Sports & Outdoors
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Seems quite low nm's for a general torque wrench. Suppose it depends what you are working on mostly. The Norbar/Halfords knock off are around +/- 1% in the tests I've seen but always say within 3% which seems to be the accepted standard. But hey for around £25 suppose it will do the trick. Bob
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