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which is the better digital multimeter and why?

whats better? auto ranging, non autorange, whats the advantages

don't know which one to buy

this is the first one
dilog.co.uk - DL114 Mini Multimeter c/w Volt stick £30

and looks as tho maplins has copied it and brought out this

Maplin > 3-in-1 e-Tester
£15

VS

http://www.martindale-electric.co.uk/Specs/MM44 spec.pdf
Digital Multimeters from Martindale Electric - Autoranging, True RMS
a £43


your thoughts please, as i dont own a multimeter

regards
 
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general electrical stuff, the question is, what will the other do that the other one won't ?
 
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MacSparky

If its for low voltage systems then i would recomend one of the Fluke T5 ranges, very robust, calculates current, voltage resistance and continuity with buzzer:D, something a long that range, they are a bit pricey but worth it 'imo', if its more towards electronics such as pcb's, motors etc then one of those you listed would probably suffice for the time being.....its like most things really, you do pay more for 'brands'.
Regards,
MacSparky:)
 
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