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    Fieldpiece prh3

    Has anybody used this yet?
    I couldn't find any reviews.
    Tired of the cooper blue box want something to throw in the veto, maybe this or the testo but kinda worried about how fragile it is.

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    I have one, it is accurate and settles on the temperature faster than the Testo 605-H2.
    It doesn't insert far enough into a duct though, so I still use my H2's for duct measurements, and use the PRH3 for walk around measurements and condenser entering air temperature readings.

    The housing is aluminum, so it should hold up well in a tool bag.
    If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.

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    Thanks Mark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark beiser View Post
    I have one, it is accurate and settles on the temperature faster than the Testo 605-H2.
    It doesn't insert far enough into a duct though, so I still use my H2's for duct measurements, and use the PRH3 for walk around measurements and condenser entering air temperature readings.

    The housing is aluminum, so it should hold up well in a tool bag.
    Mark, does it insert far enough for uninsulated metal duct? thats all i see around here. no ductboard and very little flex.. thx
    my boss thinks its possible to repeal the laws of physics

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