I like the torque wrench. My two minor nits are: It didn't come with the required batteries (3 LR44 batteries) The "click" sound is almost impossible to detect at the lower levels.
I've used the Snapon3/8" flex head ratcheting Tech2FR100 for years. Nice big display that uses strain gauge technology to let you know the torque as you apply it, and both vibrates and beeps as you approach the preset limit torque IN EITHER DIRECTION. I thought the Sears wrench would be similar, but this is just a $30 'clicker' wrench that uses an LCD display to show the preset rather than the micrometer found on a standard clicker torque wrench. When you add in that the LCD is tiny with microscopic fonts in the 3-6 point range and I need a magnifier to read it. And it only clicks in the clockwise direction, so you cannot check breaking torque on fasteners. The name of the game in torque is accuracy and repeatability, and I did not test those features so it might be fine for its intended purpose, but for a lot more money than a plain clicker. It also weights 4-1/4 lb, which is about twice that of Snapon 3/8" TWs, significant if you have a long line of fasteners to deal with.
You'd expect a 100$ tool with some sort of carry case. This one doesn't have a proper one. Also it is bulkier than other Torque wrenches like the husky and AC delco. A little disappointed.
Great buy works excellent, maybe a shorter version will come out soon.