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Klein Tools Circuit Breaker Finder ($29.99), Finds Electrical Circuit Breaker of 120V Standard Outlet ET300 (Pack of 2)

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Circuit Breaker Finder, Finds Electrical Circuit Breaker of 120V Standard Electrical Outlet
  • Quickly, accurately, and automatically find the corresponding circuit breaker of any 120V standard electrical outlet with this digital circuit breaker finder. The flashing arrow indicator lets you quickly identify when you've got a hit. The strong transmitter reaches up to 1000 feet.
  • Flashing arrow indicator for easy identification
  • Strong transmitter reaches distances up to 1000-feet
  • 90 to 120V operation
  • Microprocessor controlled for more reliable identification
  • Auto power-off feature saves battery life
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Where is the link for the 2 pack?
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Where is the link for the 2 pack?
I want to know the same thing. I am not seeing where the description says 2 pack.
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Not a pack of two
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Older model
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Same price since January. What am I missing?
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Now I don't usually complain, but isn't this something you can do with a lamp? And if you don't want to walk back and forth, a lamp and a cell phone to a buddy/family member. Heck when we're unsure, I just open a window near the panel and yell "IS IT OFF?" Perhaps this is a commercial item where you're working alone, and need to test a run 1000 feet away? I'm not looking for an explanation, but I'm struggling with a use for this. I have several live wire indicators, and even a circuit tracer, but not one of these.
I think it's more for commercial use, if you have one plug and 5 different circuit breaker panels with 20 breakers each. That would be a good use for it.
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Now I don't usually complain, but isn't this something you can do with a lamp? And if you don't want to walk back and forth, a lamp and a cell phone to a buddy/family member. Heck when we're unsure, I just open a window near the panel and yell "IS IT OFF?" Perhaps this is a commercial item where you're working alone, and need to test a run 1000 feet away? I'm not looking for an explanation, but I'm struggling with a use for this. I have several live wire indicators, and even a circuit tracer, but not one of these.
Professional electrician. Its a more professional look then having a radio blasting until you happen to hit the right one. Also saves time.
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I think it's more for commercial use, if you have one plug and 5 different circuit breaker panels with 20 breakers each. That would be a good use for it.
Now that I can get behind! Makes a lot of sense in buildings with lots of panels.
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Professional electrician. Its a more professional look then having a radio blasting until you happen to hit the right one. Also saves time.
Yep, also asking a homeowner/building owner to tell you when the light turns off seems unprofessional...
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Yep, also asking a homeowner/building owner to tell you when the light turns off seems unprofessional...
Back when I used to do residential work, I was always happier when the homeowner/builder wasn't around to distract me. I often worked alone and as we all know, time is money, so being able to ID the circuit quickly was important.

When I did commercial work, having a circuit tracer was super valuable.

For my own house, the circuits are well identified, so I don't need this.
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Now I don't usually complain, but isn't this something you can do with a lamp? And if you don't want to walk back and forth, a lamp and a cell phone to a buddy/family member. Heck when we're unsure, I just open a window near the panel and yell "IS IT OFF?" Perhaps this is a commercial item where you're working alone, and need to test a run 1000 feet away? I'm not looking for an explanation, but I'm struggling with a use for this. I have several live wire indicators, and even a circuit tracer, but not one of these.
It also helps when you want to make sure you're not shutting off a vital circuit and not find the right breaker by trial and error. If no one else is around, you also still have to walk back and forth unless you have line of sight with a lamp. It's probably not worth spending much money on for a home user, but it would still be useful.
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Now I don't usually complain, but isn't this something you can do with a lamp? And if you don't want to walk back and forth, a lamp and a cell phone to a buddy/family member. Heck when we're unsure, I just open a window near the panel and yell "IS IT OFF?" Perhaps this is a commercial item where you're working alone, and need to test a run 1000 feet away? I'm not looking for an explanation, but I'm struggling with a use for this. I have several live wire indicators, and even a circuit tracer, but not one of these.
Use a radio don't need the buddy lol, just make sure it's not a dewalt radio with a battery in it. You might be chasing your tail in that situation.

This would be helpful not resetting every clock in the house and God help you if you accidentally turn off the kids WiFi for second on accident
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