and you are correct in being careful with your cared for bikes and personal equipment, I don't even
keep a battery drill at home myself and rarely use air tools at home.
My employment is in an industrial situation and speed is often the overriding concern on getting
equipment back on line. Typically our equipment is overbuilt and the chance of over torquing isn't
that high, although I do try to use the clutch feature on my battery drill when using small fasteners
and have options on airtools to fit to the work also.
I BRAKE FOR BISCUITS