This needs a 9v battery, and does not come with one. HF one comes with batteries, I did not have to figure what type. Craftsmen one appears more substantial and is a little bigger than HF one though I ended up never using it since getting one a long while back, possibly has a bit nicer probes too. HF one seems to work just fine for basic needs.
compiler said: Where can we see the Harber Freight? http://www.hfqpdb.com/ The above link has tons of coupons for HF. Some require purchase (FWP) some are free with no purchase required (NPR). May vary on-line or in store. Also various % off cpns. Fortunate for me there are two stores within 20 minutes of my home. Woo hoo!
DogsRGreat said: Harbor Freight has a similar one that you can usually get for free with a coupon. Free is free, but be warned that HF is cheap stuff that breaks quickly. I got my multimeter from them a few years ago and only the voltage tester works now (current and resistance died).
bachrach44 said: DogsRGreat said: Harbor Freight has a similar one that you can usually get for free with a coupon. Free is free, but be warned that HF is cheap stuff that breaks quickly. I got my multimeter from them a few years ago and only the voltage tester works now (current and resistance died). Have a drawer filled with these. I killed one by misusing the correct settings. Just pulled out one of the many spares I got for free and away I went.
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