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This multimeter features a 20 range seven-function abilities, 2000-count display, rubber holster and is UL listed. - Randy71

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Description Item # 03482146000P Model # 82146

Be Safe With The Craftsman Digital Multimeter

Give the gift of confidence this season with the Craftsman Digital Multimeter with AC Detector for your home handyman. Don't take chances with your safety when dealing with home repairs and electricity. With 20 range seven-function abilities this multimeter is the perfect tool for every home tool box providing the needed knowledge when encountering voltage issues.

Don't tackle home repairs dealing in voltage without the protection of knowing measurements that you get with the Craftsman digital multimeter. Knowing what you are dealing with is key to safety when you are doing home repairs that deal with AC/DC voltage. By having this multimeter with a large easy to ready display you can make safer decisions, protecting yourself and your home. Multimeter comes with a rubber holster to protect the meter from damage.

Don't tackle home voltage issues without being safe been using the Craftsman Digital Multimeter with AC Detector
Using a multimeter allows you not to make a dangerous mistake when it comes to AC/DC voltage at home
Meter has 20 range seven-function abilities for accuracy
Rubber holster protects meter in your toolbox
Easy to read 2000-count display gives precise readings for your safety
Meter is UL listed and has been tested for safety
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The HF free toy does not come with a non-contact voltage detector, high quality test leads, a replaceable fuse, or robust construction.
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This is better than the HF meters. It has a fused high current range, better leads, and audible continuity tone (big plus) and of course the voltage detector.

The HF meters have their place but in many ways they are total junk. This isn't quite total junk.
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As I'm hit swapping outlets lol
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This is decent but doesn't really offer anything more than an HF multimeter which is free with purchase. Too bad it doesn't have the upgraded features like autorange or capacitance.
The HF free toy does not come with a non-contact voltage detector, high quality test leads, a replaceable fuse, or robust construction.
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i purchased this set a couple of years back and recently use the non-contact voltage detector when the power went out to see if there was power coming in on the main line to the meter.
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This is better than the HF meters. It has a fused high current range, better leads, and audible continuity tone (big plus) and of course the voltage detector.

The HF meters have their place but in many ways they are total junk. This isn't quite total junk.
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This multimeter is also available for $9.99 without the extra pen AC detector.
http://www.sears.com/craftsman-mu...?rrec=true
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This multimeter is also available for $9.99 without the extra pen AC detector.
http://www.sears.com/craftsman-mu...?rrec=true
Out of stock ?
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This is decent but doesn't really offer anything more than an HF multimeter which is free with purchase. Too bad it doesn't have the upgraded features like autorange or capacitance.
Why does this get down voted. Slick deal staff hates to see things get bad talked. Will potentially reduce overall buyers. Lame
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This is better than the HF meters. It has a fused high current range, better leads, and audible continuity tone (big plus) and of course the voltage detector.

The HF meters have their place but in many ways they are total junk. This isn't quite total junk.
HF meter works. This cost 99% more and it's not even an autoranging multimeter.

If you are going to spend $14+ at least get an autoranging meter. If you really want something that can do it all get a UNI-T UT210E [youtu.be], it's $10 more but it's a true RMS AC/DC current clamp meter. If you ever have to measure current you will appreciate this, it can also do voltage detection + much more . . .

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People who are comparing these to the HF are full of sh1t. I have this guy and use it frequently when I need a quick reading or to test for continuity. These basic digital multimeters are built well, are low cost and will serve 99% of the needs of slickdeal users. Mind you, I'm an EE and use DMM's frequently... from very expensive to affordable ones.
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