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these clips are always falling off, i've just bought a megger and it only has one clip on the case, does anybody know where I can get spares?
 
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I chucked mine in the garage and bought a Fluke carry case as I was getting sick of tucking cables and my leg getting hit with the megger case when going up stairs. So if you pay the postage you can have it
 

ExArmy

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thanks sintra, sent them an e-mail just now.
oldtimer, thanks for the offer but i'll try and get some free clips from megger
 
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l have mentioned this on another post and to the megger rep up here that they need to change or even copy the Fluke design as I pointed out to him a couple of guys I know were trying to maker their mind up on either a Fluke or a Megger and the Fluke case swung it for them. Also seen a guy with the megger case banging the side of his leg when he was walking to the job funny thing is it is big enough and Megger dont have thebrains to put their name on the side
 
Mine dissapeared ages ago for my 1520, a short bungee makes a good replacement.....
 
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So what the chances of Megger reading this and then doing something about it then ?
 

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sent an e-mail on sunday, 4 clips turned up in the post on tuesday, couldn't be simpler!
 
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