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  • posted byprocessman on 09/27/2015

    Pros: Compact size , Cable length is quıte enough, Frequence stability and overshoot characteristics are adjustable , works till 45 degree centigrate as calibrated . good flexibility. Cons: Hook at the end sometimes toggles, 10X , 1X switch is hard to set. A little bit strickmaschinen oil is all... Read more

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  • posted by7dexter on 01/18/2012

    it's cheap and looks decent, tip is precise enough. And they are 10x, can't think about any other. it's impossible to set up compensation properly, at least in the two probes that I bought. The probes are usefull at low frequencies. Well, buying piece of axial cable with bnc and tip conector and... Read more

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  • posted byHansibull on 08/27/2011

    * Very cheap compared to other stores and shops * Mine can handle frequencies a little bit over 60 MHz * Nice quality rubber caple, soft and flexible * The hook is nice and stiff * The BNC lock is pretty solid * The ground wire clip is steady and solid, maybe a bit sharp The switch between 1X - a... Read more

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  • posted bypcsrule on 01/19/2011

    Great price and the build quality is quite good. The BNC connector is very sturdy and fits nicely. The cable is rubberized and the probes, while made of a cheaper plastic, do feel like they will hold up nicely. They work great. the probe end is made of a cheaper plastic but its sturdy enough and... Read more

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  • posted bybobfrapples on 03/19/2010

    The trim adjustment screw is on the base of the connector and not the probe and is metal not plastic like some. The ref/Ground wire with clip is exposed and not covered like some making it very easy to remove if you please, I rarely use that clip prefer floating measurements. Hmmm... none that I... Read more

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