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Old 01-25-2013, 08:46 PM   #7
Bokrijder
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Joined: Aug 2005
Location: Mile north of Turkey Point light house
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Buy the appropriate Fluke product and be done with it.
I'm now retired from a career in aviation. I bought my first Fluke in my 20s. When I was about 45, my dad was complaining about his meter and commented that he sure liked my Fluke unit. With a sudden impulse, I handed him the meter and said, " Here dad it's yours ", and bought myself another. Now twenty plus years later, both units are still going strong. Before retirement the meters were regularly checked and certified per regulations, it's now a few years, but I'm confident both would still certify. Unless Fluke quality has faltered, I'm a believer.

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