Harbor Freight has been heavily promoting AMES electrical test equipment. How do you feel about the brand today?
Did you know that Fluke came out with a pocket-sized thermal imaging camera? Here are the details.
Klein has come out with a new dual-function temp meter.
What do you think about Harbor Freight Ames multimeters?
Seek Thermal’s new Shot and Shot Pro, have a new technology called Seek Fusion which combines the infrared and thermal images to give you more context in your infrared images.
Extech’s entry-level IR non-contact thermometer is now even cheaper.
This Extech IR thermometer is currently priced under $10.
Now’s a very good time to buy a new multimeter or some thermal imaging equipment.
With their latest update, Keysight got rid of the free “lite” version of their BenchVue test & measurement software.
Fluke has come out with a new compact IR thermometer that can make up to 99 unattended temperature measurements.
Ryobi has come out with a cordless hot glue gun.
Here are some deals of the day – a Dewalt hammer drill and tool box combo, and 2 Fluke multimeter options.
This Milwaukee M-Spector inspection camera is on sale for $70.
Fluke’s TwistGuard test leads have built-in retractable tip shrouds!
Fluke has launched new test & measurement sensors aimed at industrial maintenance and troubleshooting applications.
We reviewed the Craftsman 82016 Pocket Sound Meter and tested some scenarios where it’d be useful. It’s a pretty compact and easy to use sound meter that might be good for the DIYer.
Why do the Klein ET300 Digital Circuit Breaker Finder and the Hi-Tech HTP-6 Digital Circuit Detective sold at Harbor Freight look so similar? Because they’re identical and made by the same OEM.
If you have suspicions that the water pressure in your house is too high or too low, a simple $10 water pressure gauge can easily confirm or disprove your fears.
I sent a Fluke 62 Max+ IR thermometer test sample to a ToolGuyd contributor, but it was so good I’ll probably buy another one. Now’s a good time to do it, since it’s on sale.
Let’s talk about Fluke. Have you used their multimeters or other test equipment before? What do you think about them?