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Klein Tools 69149 Cordless Multimeter/ Non-Contact Volt Tester/ Outlet Tester Kit Model: KLNN69149

What's Included:
- Manual-Ranging Digital Multimeter - MM300
- Non-Contact Voltage Tester - NCVT-1
- Receptacle Tester - RT105
- Test Leads

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Klein Tools Multimeter Test Kit contains MM300 (Manual-Ranging Digital Multimeter), NCVT-1 (Non-Contact Voltage Tester) and the RT105 (Receptacle Tester). The NCVT-1 automatically detects standard voltage in cables, cords, circuit breakers, lighting fixtures, switches, outlets, and wires. The RT105 detects the most common wiring problems in standard receptacles.

Features:
The MM300 multimeter measures AC/DC voltage, DC current and resistance and has a safety rating of CAT III 600V, Class 2, Double insulation
The NCVT-1 has a bright green LED to indicate the tester is working; it changes to red and warning tones sound when voltage is detected
NCVT-1 has a digitally-controlled ON/OFF power button and auto power-off feature to conserve and extend battery life
Receptacle tester detects wiring configurations and indicates correct wiring, and identifies common wiring faults
Identifies open ground, open hot, open neutral, hot/ground reversed; it does not indicate quality of ground, multiple hot wires, or a combination of defects
MM300 tests continuity with visual and audible continuity indicators
Test leads included for MM300; batteries included for NCVT-1 and MM300


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"Cordless" multimeter? I know its listed like that on Tyler Tools but really...
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"Cordless" multimeter? I know its listed like that on Tyler Tools but really...
They just removed probes. Cordless! Voila!
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They just removed probes. Cordless! Voila!
So do you use your fingers instead to provide the "cordless" readings?
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There was a recent recall on *some* of the Klein NCVT-1 testers.
Just double check the one(s) you receive to make sure you have one not listed on the recall.
The affected/recalled testers have a date code ending in H7.
If yours doesn't end in H7, then it's ok.
https://www.kleintools.com/recall/ncvt1
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Made in China, probably worth the $30, but the $8 shipping kills it. Probably better to buy the very similar Southwire test kit [amazon.com] for the everyday price of $30 delivered, or wait for a sale. Or better, shop for an auto ranging meter.
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There was a recent recall on *some* of the Klein NCVT-1 testers.
Just double check the one(s) you receive to make sure you have one not listed on the recall.
The affected/recalled testers have a date code ending in H7.
If yours doesn't end in H7, then it's ok.
https://www.kleintools.com/recall/ncvt1
I have one that was recalled. Just shipped it back. Pretty nice and tester. IIRC the reason for the recall was the power button was faulty and would turn the tester off. Never had any issues with mine tho and it would beep when turned off.
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Made in China, probably worth the $30, but the $8 shipping kills it. Probably better to buy the very similar Southwire test kit [amazon.com] for the everyday price of $30 delivered, or wait for a sale. Or better, shop for an auto ranging meter.
What would you recommend in the sub 100$ category? I just bought the Klein mm700 and am questioning my decision as a DIYer/backyard mechanic
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Obviously, you had some idea of what you needed and did your homework before handing over a $100 for a meter that is probably more than a "DIYer/backyard mechanic" would ever need/use. Right? Of course you did with the 1,000v ability as a mad scientist that is hooking up siht in series to obtain anything over 240v residential line voltage, but limited to 10 amps that cannot test a decent miter saw. Smilie Nevertheless, the auto ranging is great, but that can be found on $50 retail meters.

Most DIY folks can do well with a $10 meter for AC/DC and spend their money on individual items such as a remote continuity tester, non-contact, tracers, clamp ohm meters, etc. Only you know what you need and if already having buyer's remorse, I would return or cancel it to then make a list of what you need/want in a meter before shopping.
Why amps to test a miter saw? What are you looking for that you can't test using resistance? Obviously a clamp on ammeter is always preferable in those applications. I don't know of many wired meters that test over 10A even my Fluke 87 doesn't. I assume it's intended for low voltage DC uses. And while 1KV is overkill it's likely these also get sold in other countries where they do have higher incoming voltage. This and a clamp on ammeter should do the trick for most diyers. I wouldn't trust a $10 meter for anything except checking alkaline batteries, anything more and you're trusting something made as cheap as possible with your life.

Maybe I've misunderstood the intent of your comment, if so I apologize but still respectfully disagree with some of your advice.
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Why amps to test a miter saw? What are you looking for that you can't test using resistance? Obviously a clamp on ammeter is always preferable in those applications. I don't know of many wired meters that test over 10A even my Fluke 87 doesn't. I assume it's intended for low voltage DC uses. And while 1KV is overkill it's likely these also get sold in other countries where they do have higher incoming voltage. This and a clamp on ammeter should do the trick for most diyers. I wouldn't trust a $10 meter for anything except checking alkaline batteries, anything more and you're trusting something made as cheap as possible with your life.

Maybe I've misunderstood the intent of your comment, if so I apologize but still respectfully disagree with some of your advice.
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Amp draw, or total amp draw for a circuit.... As an example, the DeWalt 735x planer, or the 780 miter saw pull considerably more than their rating on load. You may want to know at what amps a breaker trips for it's rating that you are going to have a hell of time doing by yourself with a 10amp max meter and probes by 'resistance.'

We were discussing Hafro's $100 mm700 and not the OP that is fine for the average homeowner/DIYer ---- if not overpriced with delivery charges for what it is. My suggestion was to buy a cheaper meter with money left over to buy other essentials. You know, like a remote continuity tester for finding a short in auto or home, etc.
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I love the honest advertising.
One of the pictures shows missing segments!
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"Cordless" multimeter? I know its listed like that on Tyler Tools but really...
you are aware there are corded, bench top multimeters right? the listing is correct... these are cordless Wink
https://www.amazon.com/Benchtop-M...Multimeter
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Is this set a part of the Klein tool recall?
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Is this set a part of the Klein tool recall?
too busy to use Google I see..?
https://www.kleintools.com/recall/ncvt1

It has recently come to our attention that one of our products, the NCVT-1 NONCONTACT VOLTAGE TESTER, has a potential safety issue that Klein Tools would like to rectify. The on/off button of the NCVT-1 is intended to be pressed down and then released. If the button remains depressed during the power on or power off cycle, the tip of the tool remains illuminated in green, indicating the tool is "ready to detect voltage," when it is not.


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This recall involves Klein Tools Non-Contact Voltage Tester with model numbers NCVT1 bearing date codes ending H7. The product was also sold in variations and kits listed above, all bearing date codes ending in H7.
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