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mcsparky

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I'm in the market for a new multimeter. I know the best make is Fluke but it is also the most expensive. Does anyone know of where to pick these up cheap. Or can anyone recommend a different make. Any help would be much appreciated.
 
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yorkshiresparky

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Always found Alphatek gear to be cost effective and reliable. Really depends on you. Best thing to do is visit a local independant wholesaler and check out whats on offer.
 
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mcsparky

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thanks, will check out Alphatek. May be able to save a few £££.
 
I know it might sound a bit stupid, But check ebay out for the trade sellers, Ones which you can depend on and give warrenty on the products, Keep us informed in what you pick and buy.

Regards Luke
 
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barx

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Personally I like my Uni-Trend meter, very well built and reliable.
 
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