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  1. paullynch
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    paullynch New EF Member

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    I have been looking on eBay at the various meters for sale, have a general preference for fluke. Can anybody recommend a good all round model for general testing.
    Thanks
     
  2. Richard Burns
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    Richard Burns Trusted Advisor

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  3. Murdoch
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    Murdoch Electrician's Arms

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    What ever you decide to buy, if it's 2nd hand, then make sure it comes with a current calibration certificate or else you will be spending about £75 more.

    Your tester is your most important tool so don't buy cheap our you could find your self buying twice.
     
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  4. Jacek Buczak
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    Jacek Buczak EF Member

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    Hi so I like fluke now I used my fluke 1654b,before buying the tester wanted to buy megger mot 1730 but I buy fluke because it used a previously for me is great tester.
    I had also Di-log 9083p cheap and good at the beginning.Best Regards
     
  5. FedericoScuro
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    FedericoScuro New EF Member

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  6. Jacek Buczak
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    Jacek Buczak EF Member

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    Looks good 20 in 1 just i like my Megger 1730 ,as i alredy wrote i testing Fluke,Di-log,Kewtech now i have Megger on today for me is top tester :)
     
  7. Midwest
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    Midwest Electrician's Arms

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    Just realised the date of this thread. What tests do you do in Italy, Federico :)
     
  8. telectrix
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    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Trusted Advisor

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    pinch it's arse and if it squeals, it's passed.
     
  9. FedericoScuro
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    FedericoScuro New EF Member

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    Make me laught, we do the same test as you do only difference is we have lot of TT system while in UK is almost everything TN .
    I simply would like to know your opinion about an italian manufacturer of MFT because I see here people only talks about Megger or Fluke or other Uk..
     
  10. Jacek Buczak
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    Jacek Buczak EF Member

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    Yep mate we talking just about Megger and Fluke because (for me )Megger and Fluke is the top testers we know kewtech ,Di-log ,Metrel,Seaward is well .Same like some users talking on other forum which one Van is better :) Vivaro or Transit hehe why ?we have alot other vans to buy :).How i look on yours tester i think this is to smart machines for me :) to many option:).Just it is your choice one like Megger next one Fluke You GSC60 ;-) .Best Regards
     
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