I was doing a bit of maintenance on one of my bikes today, and I wanted to properly torque several of the little screws that I was putting back in, but the only torque wrenches I have are 3/8" and 1/2" drives, and their lowest settings are WAY above the torque specs on a lot of the little screws on a bike, and particularly an eBike. Long story short, involving a lot of online searching at places like Home Depot and Lowe's - with no same day results - I found a small 1/4" drive at Auto Zone which I will link below. It's rated 0-80 in/lbs (0-9 Nm) and ideal for a bicycle. The wrench is a deflection beam style torque wrench, and although maybe not as absolutely precise as a digital or 'click' tool for a lot more money, IMO, it's good enough, and it would certainly avoid over torquing some of the smaller fasteners. Probably the best part for me was that it was in stock, and now it's part of my kit..