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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsiceman View Post
    You can get a brand new BluVac micro for less than 100 bucks
    Same accuracy as the big ones.
    Is that the mini for 99.95


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  2. #15
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  4. #16
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    http://yellowjacket.com/product/supe...-vacuum-gauge/

    I bought this a few years ago, not going to lie about the price it's not cheap but to me has been worth every penny. We evacuated a new supermarket rack, we had my yellow jacket and two other brand. Yellow jacket responded fastest and was most accurate.

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  6. #17
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    I agree. I found this vacuum gauge unreliable. Better to spend a little more and buy tools that you can trust.

  7. #18
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    Field piece SVG3. We've had good luck with them. Like any other, don't let the oil flood back into it.


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  8. #19
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    The new bluvac mini

  9. #20
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    I'm not unhappy with my Fieldpiece SVG3

  10. #21
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    Bluvac mini/micro...
    can't go wrong
    TACLB16522C

  11. #22
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    I have both the new and old version of the VG64 and a Blu-Vac LTE

    The older model of VG64 will get you by, but the newer version that comes with a magnet strap works just as well as the blu vac.

    And Ive done my own side by side testing, and they are always within 20 microns of each other and both fast acting.


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