7 FUNCTION MULTI-TESTER - 98025
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Review by jimlj on September 19th, 2012
It won't compair to my Fluke 87, but you can buy 400 of these for the price of one Fluke. I'll keep it in the tool box for working on the car. If I happen to run over/drop/loose it, I won't be out much. The leads are cheep to match the meter, don't use them on the voltage the meter is "rated" for.
Review by djlazar on March 21st, 2011
One of the best buys at Harbor Freight. Mine cost $4.99 on sale. I guess the prices are going up.
Review by JonBoy470 on November 16th, 2010
What can I say? It's a multimeter for $3. Works great, within a few thousandths of a volt compared to my other meter. Cheap enough I bought one for my toolbox and another for the junk drawer. One of the best buys in all of Harbor Freight.
Review by lmc on November 2nd, 2010
Surprisingly accurate, but the test leads are so bad they shouldn't be used on high voltage.
One test lead's tip pulled out when I measured a 120VAC outlet. It now seems tight since I pressed it back in, but I wasn't able to secure it with solvent weld because the plastic wouldn't dissolve.
The front label is very easy to read but was mounted off-center, meaning it could eventually peel off.
LCD has good contrast and is quite legible, even 30 degrees to the left or right (about the same as my Fluke 73) and 45 degrees vertically (Fluke can do at least 60 degrees vertically).
I was expecting coin or AAA batteries, but this meter uses an ordinary 9V that's easy to replace.
There is no fuse for the 10 amp shunt.
Review by jpoe on January 11th, 2010
Purchase when they are $3.00 and get as much as the coupon allows. I stash these everywhere.
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