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northstar

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Hi all thinking of buying a fluke t5 1000 anyone bought one lately, if so where from and how much ? many thanks
 

telectrix

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test meter ( forum sponsors) will do you a 5% discount.
 

LeeH

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65 from Edys the last time I bought one. It was a T500 but unless your working above 500V why pay the extra.
 

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I got the t5 1000 with holster and volt pen (yay!!) for £100 all in (around a year ago).
 

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mine stays in my magma bag untill i want a more accurate reading. untill then my 20 year old T3 does for most general use - testing for volts, basic open/short.
 
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