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The few who have use the Fluke case to replace the rubbish Megger, have you any foam inserts to hold the meter in place or do you just pile everything in.
 
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parker56

pick up some foam from a packing company and cut my own out,just to keep it secure.
 
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oldtimer

I dont use foam my 1553 just fits inside along with my amp meter plus there is plenty of room for leads and other stuff plus easy to carry unlike the Megger case that bangs on the side of your leg and all for £28 nice seat as well. I spoke to the Megger rep up here and he just did not get it as I said I am not a pack mule I need tools that I can carry
 
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robsparky1975

The megger hard case is pamts,cant fit much in or cant use as a seat,stepup or anything unlike the fluke,they should rethink the design.
 
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oldtimer

The megger hard case is pamts,cant fit much in or cant use as a seat,stepup or anything unlike the fluke,they should rethink the design.
I think its a macho thing as the Megger rep said who would want to carry our products in a in a box with FLUKE on the side of it ? When I told him how practical it was ie not having to tuck in leads no banging against your leg when going up flights of stairs plus storage for all the nick knacks he still did not get it but me said you should think again because even although I have a 1553 everybody thinks I am using a Fluke
 

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