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    Fluke manometer

    Going to buy this Fluke....

    Anybody else have one.

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    I own the testo 510 and I really like it.

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    Can it do anything the Testo 510 can't? If not its extremely overpriced.

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    nice price for good quality

    Quote Originally Posted by chuckcrj View Post
    Can it do anything the Testo 510 can't? If not its extremely overpriced.
    Yeah it seems high but after my experience with the POS testo 550 I now categorize testo with uei and fieldpiece.......cheap pos.

    My Fluke tools seem to last forever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ACFIXR View Post
    Yeah it seems high but after my experience with the POS testo 550 I now categorize testo with uei and fieldpiece.......cheap pos.

    My Fluke tools seem to last forever.
    How could you even lump FP in there on that comment.????? I have dead Fluke peices here and I don't call them cheap POS.....I call them expensive POS. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingersoll AC View Post
    How could you even lump FP in there on that comment.????? I have dead Fluke peices here and I don't call them cheap POS.....I call them expensive POS. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by ACFIXR View Post
    Yeah it seems high but after my experience with the POS testo 550 I now categorize testo with uei and fieldpiece.......cheap pos.

    My Fluke tools seem to last forever.
    I have many Fluke meters. I do think Fieldpiece is an excellent instrument, I buy Fieldpiece with complete confidence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by energy star View Post
    I have many Fluke meters. I do think Fieldpiece is an excellent instrument, I buy Fieldpiece with complete confidence.
    Fieldpiece is excellent? no i think excellent is too strong of a word, how about
    sufficient. Anyway, If i want a throw away i'll buy something else besides a Fluke....maybe a fp or testo.
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    What about the dwyers? They have an all metal body I believe. I think I will pick up one of them when the 510 craps out.. Are you using in only for pressure or do you want it for that CFM think the fluke does?
    Gotta have the right tool for the job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ACFIXR View Post
    Yeah it seems high but after my experience with the POS testo 550 I now categorize testo with uei and fieldpiece.......cheap pos.

    My Fluke tools seem to last forever.


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    Quote Originally Posted by energy star View Post
    I have many Fluke meters. I do think Fieldpiece is an excellent instrument, I buy Fieldpiece with complete confidence.
    Same goes for me.
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    I just have a dwyer 478 that has proven to be pretty great until I stripped the battery door screws. Couple sheet metal screws and it was back in business so I'll probably use it forever, but that fluke looks cool as heck. Like it's right out of star trek.

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