Dave, no kidding. We would all buy that one wrench if it were available. 400 is a lot, but it still won't let you into the snap on club unless you buy used.
If you buy a 3/8" drive torque wrench it's range will be somewhere around 10-100lb/ft. The wrenches are not accurate at the extremes. We would want to use this in the 25-85lb/ft range. I'm not sure what the manual says on the axles, but
This means, on this mystery wrench , that a setting of 10 lb/ft or 100lb/ft is basically an educated guess and not very accurate.
The best thing you can do if you are working on motorcycles is to buy a smaller 1/4" drive for the small stuff and the 3/8" drive for the axles and clutch hub. 1/2" is going to be too large for everything but the clutch hub or front sprocket.
If I were spending 400.00, I think I would buy this as my 3/8" wrench. I may not have recommended this, earlier as I don't believe it's been available for too long. Harbour freight markets this Quinn line as being quality.
These digital wrenches are nice because they don't have a spring in them. If you store a spring type wrench where the spring is compressed, it messes up their calibration. This one won't do that. Lots of cheap digital models still have the spring, which doesn't make any sense.
Amazing deals on this 3/8In Dr Digital Angle Torque Wrench at Harbor Freight. Quality tools & low prices.
Now for a 1/4" something. I would prefer a real digital wrench, but nothing is available that isn't $$$$. My latest is this Gear wrench 85060. It's not bad. Way above the Pittsburgh level. Not quite snap-on, but it's a solid 7-8 out of 10. This does have a spring, so store it to where there is just a tiny amount of pressure on the spring and it should last a long time.
As you study the torque table in the manual, notice how useless the large torque wrench is if we can't use it below 20lb/ft. This is how people snap oil drain bolts and strip camshaft oriented fasteners.
Snap On torque wrenches were always scam-ish. The only reason I have one because mine was free, from an old Yamaha promotion. A company named CDI made them and snap on added their sticker. The quality was good, but the cost was crazy high, and still is.
You sold them by comparing to something like that Quinn. I believe that Quinn is decent quality. That Quinn name isn't going to impress your fellow workers. If you are a mechanic living g paycheck to paycheck it's still easier to pay 40.00, per week, for the next 4 months than it would be to spend 164.00 today.