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Silverline 633909 Battery, Bulb and Fuse Tester £2.83 @ Amazon
Silverline 633909 Battery, Bulb and Fuse Tester £2.83 @ Amazon

Silverline 633909 Battery, Bulb and Fuse Tester £2.83 @ Amazon

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Technical Details

* Battery bulb and fuse tester
* Cleat to read meter
* Checks most 1.5 and 9v batteries
* Handheld

24 Comments

Original Poster

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Nice find! Thanks for sharing

Great price, heat added.

Good 1 just ordered

Nice 1 deanos from me 2 u lol ta BTW heated.

This one is a bit cheaper, if you don't require a fuse tester:


amazon.co.uk/Sky…1-1

Was about to purchase this until I found out that it requires a 9v battery itself.

Good handy find. Thanks

not bad

Deal Searcher

Was about to purchase this until I found out that it requires a 9v … Was about to purchase this until I found out that it requires a 9v battery itself.



How else is it going to check fuses!?

I've been thinking about getting a batter tester. Cheers heat added.

BEANZ-ON-TOAST

This one is a bit cheaper, if you don't require a fuse … This one is a bit cheaper, if you don't require a fuse tester:[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FSkytronic-Universal-battery-tester%2Fdp%2FB000L9C27O%2Fref%3Dsr_1_1%3Fie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1297018048%26sr%3D1-1]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Skytronic-Universal-battery-tester/dp/B000L9C27O/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1297018048&sr=1-1[/url]



That looks exactly like the Plasplugs one I have had for years [except casing is yellow on mine]

Great price!

£4.50 for me????

Yep - £4.50 here also.

Was £2.83 directly from Amazon but must have sold out. Third party sellers only in stock now hence price increase.

Fantastic item, had mine for years and wouldn't be without it

that was an excellent price IMO, gutted i missed it

I got a great battery tester from a 99p store. One of these;

http://www.lookandsave.co.uk/images/battery%20tester.jpg

Doesn't test fuses though but I use a multimeter for that. But for quick testing of 1.5v/1.2v and 9v batteries its great.

Edited by: "bonzobanana" 6th Feb 2011

I got one of those from 7DayShop and it's not very good, the needle wobbles all over the place and it's a bit fiddly to put the batteries in to test. I've just ordered the one BEANZ-ON-TOAST posted above (for £2.03), as Faythur says it looks just like the Plasplug one I 'borrowed' from my Mum about 8 years ago, which is spot on, at least my Mum can have it back now!
Edited by: "Gitfinger" 6th Feb 2011

Id rather spend a quid or 2 more on a multimeter that would be more accurate and useful, but good deal if you dont know how to work a multimeter.

Wow, this is a really handy gadget to have!

Gitfinger

I got one of those from 7DayShop and it's not very good, the needle … I got one of those from 7DayShop and it's not very good, the needle wobbles all over the place and it's a bit fiddly to put the batteries in to test. I've just ordered the one BEANZ-ON-TOAST posted above (for £2.03), as Faythur says it looks just like the Plasplug one I 'borrowed' from my Mum about 8 years ago, which is spot on, at least my Mum can have it back now!



I've actually used the silverline tester and it works in a identical fashion to the small 99p battery tester. The silverline product has extra functionality regarding bulbs, fuses etc but as a battery tester they are near enough identical. If the meter needle if fluctuating you may have a loose connection. Mine works perfectly.

It could be faulty but for 99p it's not worth sending it back. I've gone for the one BEANZ-ON-TOAST found earlier for £2.03, as it's less fiddly to fit the battery in to test it than the 99p one.
Edited by: "Gitfinger" 8th Feb 2011

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Back in stock folks
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