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good compact Very solid product for the price
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  • posted by9928518 on 01/18/2016

    Excelente producto de muy buena calidad me gusto mucho


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  • posted byarnongiger on 08/07/2015

    Pros: - Compact size - LCD display is large and clear. - Solid build quality. - Auto range make it simple to use. - You get a lot for what you pay. Cons: - temperature measurement is not very accurate. (otherwise I would give it 5 starts)

    Impression:good, compact;

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  • posted byWimVervoorn on 02/14/2015

    The multimeter looks and feels very solid comes with decent cables and is very convenient to use. It is not the cheapest meter around but it is a good choice if you need an easy to use multimeter for occasional use. The only drawback is that is doesn't come with a pouch.

    Impression:Very solid product for the price;

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  • posted byhgg2k on 02/13/2014

    Robust construction and nice build quality Fairly accurate measurements Very accurate current measurements Amazing frequency counter. Fast, sensitive & accurate. Decent continuity tester Medium quality probes but not bad. Nice design and compact. This is probably the slowest multimeter when a... Read more

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  • posted byjacek909 on 02/01/2013

    - automatic range setting (you don't have to set it manually) - wide spectrum of measurements (it only lacks capacity measuring) - esthetic and quality looking - would be great if it could measure capacity - would be great if it had removable alligator clips, that I had to buy separately I find a... Read more

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  • posted bycyriusbe on 12/30/2012

    -Cheap (against local price for same things) -400ma measurement( this is my primary reason for bying it) - accuracy (when correctly used) - ADDON as temperature probe and hzt measurement - accuracy when overdrive in ma,a and choosing (wrongly) ac or dc instead of the other - accuracy in minimum I... Read more

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