Silverline 633909 Battery, Bulb and Fuse Tester now £2.93 delivered at Amazon - HotUKDeals
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The Silverline battery bulb and fuse tester is a handheld tester that checks power level of most 1.5v and 9v batteries. It features an east-to-read meter. Requires 9v battery (not supplied).

* Battery bulb and fuse tester
* Cleat to read meter
* Checks most 1.5 and 9v batteries
* Handheld
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thanks ordered, tried to order one last time, but they went out of stock, cheers.
Isn't it pretty obvious when a battery is flat though?
dont need it but bought it anyway
dont need it but bought it anyway

me too m8 lol
Got one last time and it came yesterday it takes a 9v battery and says on the front 3year guarantee it seems to work when i tested a battery but at this price its all its really worth.

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Not always sometime it may be the device that takes the batteries that may be faulty the reason i bought it was for the Missis as i just use my multimeter but if im not in and a fuse or something goes she can easily check herself without me having to be there.
I couldn't remember the last time I had to change a fuse.

What happens if it's not the fuse when you're not there? :)
I bought one of these and it broke.

I sent it back and they sent me another and it broke

I repeated the process several times, they all broke.

How do you test it if you think it's broke?
Nice, thanks :)
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Little tip for testing a TV/DVD etc. remote.

If you open the camera on your mobile phone and look at the end of your remote, press a button on the remote and you should see it light up. If not the batteries are dead.
I'm not convinced this is useful tool.
How do you test it if you think it's broke?

It doesn't work properly.
ordered, thanks
£4.69 now.
Back at £2.93

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