I bought this wrench a few years ago, and mine is rated at 25-250 in/lb. That converts to an overall range 2.1 - 20.8 ft/lbs., yielding a true calibrated user range of 4.1 - 20.8 ft/lb. which maintains the manufactured 4% accuracy/error ratio over that in/lb span. The newer models may now be stamped at 50-250, but because the precise user calibrations ranges are nearly always calculated as spanning the top 80% of the overall range (80% of 250 in/lbs equals an accuracy range of 50 to 250 in/lbs, while maintaining a 4% error ratio) this just means that the noted new range actually reflects the range the wrench is to be used, reliably and accurately. The earlier 25 in/lb notation was actually outside the TW’s useable and accurate range, but looked impressive, no?
BTW, the wrench has served me well, just be sure to stay within it’s torque limits, and unwind it to it’s lowest setting (25 or 50 in/lbs) when putting it away.