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INTEY Voltage Tester Non Contact Voltage Detector Volt Pen with Flashing LED Light Indicator 90-1000V - $4.89 + FS on orders over $25 w/ code U4NXOWP8
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I guess i'll be the first one here to say that if you are doing anything with electricity it isn't worth it to skimp on safety. If you do buy this product always do an "alive-dead-alive" test if you are going to do something risky. If you are doing something safe, like finding the hot wire out of a clump, or testing a receptacle, then this is probably just fine.
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I guess i'll be the first one here to say that if you are doing anything with electricity it isn't worth it to skimp on safety. If you do buy this product always do an "alive-dead-alive" test if you are going to do something risky. If you are doing something safe, like finding the hot wire out of a clump, or testing a receptacle, then this is probably just fine.
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Non contact? :Mindblown:
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AC only ?
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nice....thanks OP.
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AC only ?
Yes, AC only.
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Non contact? :Mindblown:
The change in voltage (from AC) allows the device to induce a voltage in the detector that is used as a signal. Similar to how a toothbrush recharges.
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Useful tool to have at this price. However, too many false beeps.
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Useful tool to have at this price. However, too many false beeps.
Better too many false beeps than not enough?
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I guess i'll be the first one here to say that if you are doing anything with electricity it isn't worth it to skimp on safety. If you do buy this product always do an "alive-dead-alive" test if you are going to do something risky. If you are doing something safe, like finding the hot wire out of a clump, or testing a receptacle, then this is probably just fine.
+1. Thumbs down for this TURD from me.

People are amazing lol. I guess some people just need to f*ck themselves up to learn a lesson.
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+1. Thumbs down for this TURD from me.

People are amazing lol. I guess some people just need to f*ck themselves up to learn a lesson.
You forgot to put HUGE YMMV in your comment. Please edit. SMH!
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You forgot to put HUGE YMMV in your comment. Please edit. SMH!

LMAOLMAOLMAO hug
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$4.99 for non contact voltage detector at Menards for those in the Midwest, regular price. Cheaper during one of their frequent 11% rebate sales.
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Bought one to use with multimeter but which one do you suggest instead if the pricepoint is too low for this type of applicator?
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I guess i'll be the first one here to say that if you are doing anything with electricity it isn't worth it to skimp on safety. If you do buy this product always do an "alive-dead-alive" test if you are going to do something risky. If you are doing something safe, like finding the hot wire out of a clump, or testing a receptacle, then this is probably just fine.
Indeed. A cheap (to the spec) multimeter probably wouldn't get people electrocuted, while a cheap non-contact voltage tester would (by giving false negative on a hot wire). I only trust neon bulb voltage tester or a quality multimeter.
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