Ryobi RP4020 Digital Multimeter with Battery and Charger at FFX - £25 including free delivery
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Ryobi RP4020 Digital Multimeter with Battery and Charger at FFX - £25 including free delivery

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Found 28th Aug 2013
Comes with charger, battery, test leads and crocodile clips. Was retailing for around £90. I have used FFX several times before and always had excellent service. Item gets good reviews on Amazon.

amazon.co.uk/pro…K5W

This Ryobi RP4020 4 Volt digital multimeter has a simplified mode selection dial for quickly choosing 1 of the 10 measurement modes with the simple turning of the dial knob. The RP4020 has built -in probe storage for quick, easy storage and tangle free access, a kick stand for hands free use and a convenience hook so you can easily hang it almost anywhere for one -handed operation. The Ryobi RP4020 has an easy to read large LCD display with backlight to read measurement in any poorly lit workplace.

As with the rest of the Ryobi TEK4 range this RP4020 4 Volt digital multimeter is impact, dust, and water resistant and will certainly withstand tough job site conditions. There is an auto power off feature to save the battery life when the unit is not in use but has been left on, thereby saving you on recharging.

Each Tek4 tool is powered by a 4 Volt reusable Lithium -Ion battery and is designed for ultimate performance and ease of use. The Tek4 battery is interchangeable with all Tek4 products giving you ultimate flexibility.

3 Comments

If I were to go at that kind of range for a multimeter I'd have a look at this one or similar:
amazon.co.uk/Aid…s_t

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If I were to go at that kind of range for a multimeter I'd have a look at … If I were to go at that kind of range for a multimeter I'd have a look at this one or similar: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Aidetek-VC97-multimeter-Capacitor-compared/dp/B006DRKN3I/ref=cm_cr_pr_sims_t



OK, thanks. Any reason you would choose that one over the Ryobi? I have a Fluke and this Ryobi and find they both read pretty much identical, if anything I prefer the design of this one with the buit in probe storage and the larger backlit display although it doesnt have quite as good viewing angles as the Fluke. This is a sturdy and well made meter.

pabosotf123

OK, thanks. Any reason you would choose that one over the Ryobi? I have a … OK, thanks. Any reason you would choose that one over the Ryobi? I have a Fluke and this Ryobi and find they both read pretty much identical, if anything I prefer the design of this one with the buit in probe storage and the larger backlit display although it doesnt have quite as good viewing angles as the Fluke. This is a sturdy and well made meter.



Great deal....If you ever see the Flukes at a discount let me know, that's a quality piece of kit.
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