Advanced Digital TRMS 6000 Counts Multimeter price dropped! £12.99 (Prime) / £15.98 (non Prime)  Sold by VE-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Advanced Digital TRMS 6000 Counts Multimeter price dropped! £12.99 (Prime) / £15.98 (non Prime) Sold by VE-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 30th Nov
Auto-Ranging Multi Meter Tester with VFC NCV and Flashlight for AC/DC Voltage/Current, Resistance, Capacitance, Diode, Frequency, Duty Cycle.

Needed one of these for model building project. Looks ideal and the price has just dropped some nice features including a built in torch!

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jasee6 m ago

A useful meter, particularly with the bright display and the torch! How …A useful meter, particularly with the bright display and the torch! How often have you been groping round in the dark?


Not since I got that warning from the police.
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So tempted but I already have a tester

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Ah go on, it's Prime too so you could have it tomorrow!

A useful meter, particularly with the bright display and the torch! How often have you been groping round in the dark?

jasee6 m ago

A useful meter, particularly with the bright display and the torch! How …A useful meter, particularly with the bright display and the torch! How often have you been groping round in the dark?


Not since I got that warning from the police.

Nice find. My current ones alright but it's testing wires keep breaking and this has a gazillion more features that it does so cheers.

The protection consists of a re-setable fuse. I would certainly prefer Category III or above protection if using it on high power mains voltages. However you do pay a lot more ££ for such multimeters.

Bought a dearer version & a clamp meter, there are many discount codes on multi purchase.Bagged extra 15% off

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TiptreeJam43 m ago

The protection consists of a re-setable fuse. I would certainly prefer …The protection consists of a re-setable fuse. I would certainly prefer Category III or above protection if using it on high power mains voltages. However you do pay a lot more ££ for such multimeters.


I've actually been on a hunt for a replacement (old one blown), and found good reviews on these -
ebay.co.uk/itm…aCU

They are chinese copies of xyz, if hardware is there but not QC'd I suppose I can take the risk.


Does anyone have other suggestions?

Heat for the money. Decent DIY tool? Can’t find a decent review/spec test. Uni-T do a decent one @ approx double the money! Good for checking those Christmas batteries?

Inquisitor4 h, 25 m ago

I've actually been on a hunt for a replacement (old one blown), and found …I've actually been on a hunt for a replacement (old one blown), and found good reviews on these - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ANG860B-Digital-Multimeter-Backlight-Auto-Ammeter-Voltmeter-Portable-Meter-EPYG/142531913115?hash=item212f90659b:g:acIAAOSwux5YWaCUThey are chinese copies of xyz, if hardware is there but not QC'd I suppose I can take the risk.Does anyone have other suggestions?





I'm also planning on getting a an860b+.

However, the bside zt301 might also be worth a look, links inc a review in the previous deal:- hotukdeals.com/dea…113

It is 8000 count and has ceramic fuses, £13 with coupon on gearbest, but just £3 extra fulfilled by amazon, which seems the better bet . Downside, smaller, no protective boot, and doesn't look like it has the serial connections exposed from the chip. The an860b+ can be hacked with a bit of soldering and flashing to add and enable a serial output.
Edited by: "melted" 30th Nov
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