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  1. #14
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    Is there a digital mano still made in America?

    Fluke perhaps?

  2. #15
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    I read where fluke was designed in USA but made in China.

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    Another thumbs up for the testo 510... Super accurate and compact.

  4. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by ComfortService View Post
    Is there a digital mano still made in America?

    Fluke perhaps?
    Dwyer still is ....but they won't win any contest for stylish design.

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  6. #18
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    I have both the 510 and the fieldpiece
    The testo fits in my bag it's way smaller the field piece is the backup.

  7. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by ComfortService View Post
    Is there a digital mano still made in America?

    Fluke perhaps?
    Yellow Jacket 78052
    Made in the USA

  8. #20
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    My dwyer is old and still works fine, and i do not care what it looks like.
    UA Local 32

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  10. #21
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    If inexpensive and accurate is the game - UEI, if money is not an issue, Dwyer is the gold standard in low pressure measurement. Digital or analog.


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  12. #22
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    I've got the SDMN6. the pressure switch testing feature is great! I've never had accuracy problems, checked mine against the testo several times. but I'm not doing anything extremely critical, mostly pressure switches, and airflow.

  13. #23
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    i have the fluke 922. i loved my dwyer with the red gage oil...model#1222? i just got tired of it leaking out and it was physically large.

    the 922 is small and accurate and it has quite a few other features, but i usually only use it for pressure testing. it is around $700 for the kit or so.
    Don't step on my favorite part of the Constitution just to point out your favorite part.

    Political Correctness is forced on you because you have forgotten decency.

  14. #24
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    Digital Manometer

    Jayguy,
    You must have gone out of your way to find that. I didn't even know Fluke made that.

    For 700 hondo, I hope its accurate


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