NENG AN8002 Digital True multimeter  8.73 delivered @ banggood
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NENG AN8002 Digital True multimeter 8.73 delivered @ banggood

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Edited by:"bobhope"Found 7th Sep
suburb piece of kit for the price covers most applications and uses

21 Comments

Thanks OP. I've been holding out for a new meter. This fits the bill perfectly. Auto range too, I've always used a manual range meter... Looks good and plenty of positive reviews. Lets hope that it does arrive and that it arrives in one piece.

A Shameless Fluke clone...

Whether or not its any good is the next question

for an extra ~£3 (came up as £12.22 for me) you can get the AN8008 from the same site:

banggood.com/ANE…tml



Review here, just bought one. I wouldn't trust if for mains or other high voltage, but for hobby electronics it looks great
Edited by: "dbilsborough" 7th Sep

Quite ironic being from Banggood as it'll make quite a bang when you use it on mains electricity!

Anyone buying a multimeter should see this



And

Edited by: "subhi" 7th Sep

"suburb piece of kit"


Not for use in the city centre then...
Edited by: "Shambles" 7th Sep

Hot ! Or, cold even !

Looks like the multimeter police are out in force!

subhi1 h, 8 m ago

Anyone buying a multimeter should see this[Video] And[Video]

Indian ready meals?

subhi1 h, 10 m ago

Anyone buying a multimeter should see this[Video]


Indian Ready Meals at Asda?

subhi1 h, 10 m ago

Anyone buying a multimeter should see this[Video] And[Video]

I don't get it, what does Indian ready meals from asda have to do with with multimeter's? Or is the link simply wrong?

gazdoubleu45 m ago

Looks like the multimeter police are out in force!

Personally I like to read people's opinions here.

OB122 m ago

Personally I like to read people's opinions here.


Im more than happy for people to experiment with mains electric using cheap meters. if those people are happy to put their life in their hands for a few quid then so be it - shame they won't be around to tell us when it all goes wrong like
the world is overpopulated as it is lol
Edited by: "118luke" 7th Sep

I don't need one but it is super cool. Toys for boys. Have some heat!

Bought one a few months ago, was also on offer. I use it mostly for 12v DC and 240v continuity. Great bit of kit. Not had to change the battery yet either and it has an auto shut off function which my fluke doesn't have.... it's also smaller lol. Heat!!!

Lowest price and cheaper than the original post , good quality meter , if the Neng is correct

mdinch6 h, 16 m ago

Thanks OP. I've been holding out for a new meter. This fits the bill …Thanks OP. I've been holding out for a new meter. This fits the bill perfectly. Auto range too, I've always used a manual range meter... Looks good and plenty of positive reviews. Lets hope that it does arrive and that it arrives in one piece.



All I saw on YouTube was negative reviews Has no button for manual override, but it has on the circuit board inside. ?????
AN8008 looks a lot better at £12..22

michaeljb4 h, 8 m ago

I don't get it, what does Indian ready meals from asda have to do with …I don't get it, what does Indian ready meals from asda have to do with with multimeter's? Or is the link simply wrong?


I don't know what went wrong.
The links are:





&


Anyone received theirs yet?
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