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Home Depot has 2-Piece Klein Tools Non-Contact Voltage Tester + GFCI Outlet Tester (NCVT5KIT) on sale for $19.97. Shipping is free. Thanks jvin
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  • NCVT Tester detects standard and low voltages (12 to 1000V AC)
  • 110/125 VAC electrical tester works on standard/GFCI receptacles

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2-Piece Non-Contact Voltage Tester with Laser Pointer and GFCI Outlet Tester Tool Set only 19.99 at Home Depot.

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Not really meant for casual home usage... it's for electrical crews and for communicating items of interest.
For nearby cats.
For commercial and industrial foremen to point things out for the apprentices from the ground to a 40' ceiling.

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The NCVT5KIT includes a non-contact voltage tester with laser pointer and a GFCI receptacle tester. The NCVT-5 automatically detects and indicates voltage (12 - 1000V) allowing broad application. The RT210 will troubleshoot the most common wiring problems in standard and GFCI receptacles

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why do we need a laser pointer with these?

Not really meant for casual home usage... it's for electrical crews and for communicating items of interest.
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I bought this with a multimeter years ago for a few bucks less. The tools are useful for a homeowner. Saved me from getting zapped a couple times and helped find a janky outlet that a tenant wrecked
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why do we need a laser pointer with these?
For commercial and industrial foremen to point things out for the apprentices from the ground to a 40' ceiling.
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+1. Not sure why you got a downvote. Klein stuff is overkill for most DIYers.
Not sure about down vote but I have Klein that looks exactly like this one except flashlight instead of laser (Model # NCVT-3R), very handy for "most DIYers" IMO although in some cases I don't like it as much as my Milwaukee one.
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why do we need a laser pointer with these?
For nearby cats.
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+1. Not sure why you got a downvote. Klein stuff is overkill for most DIYers.
Overkill yes, but at this price its barely more or the same as anything reliable. This one is also drop rated which if you are like me... that is useful. Also useful for getting my cats away from a socket while working on it.
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why do we need a laser pointer with these?
They have options with either a laser pointer or a flashlight. I, myself, own the flashlight version which is quite helpful.

I could see the laser being useful when working with an apprentice.
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These are great , as long as they are drop tested and water proof to some degree
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I really am waiting for the version with the small led flashlight to show up on a deal. That's usually what I need most as a prosumer. Frees up one hand while probing around things.
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why do we need a laser pointer with these?
Who wouldn't want a laser pointer?
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