You get what you pay for. I personally bought the Fieldpiece stick meter about 8 years ago and still use it everyday. I've replaced the leads a few times but the meter is great. The one good thing with the Fieldpiece stick meter is you can add all the attachments to it for various different things.
You can get ones that aren't all that large, (the "100" series DMMs) and normal sized amp clamps, (the "300" series) and even ones with all those confusing features added on that the last poster mentioned, like "DC Volts" and "frequency", and even "IMPEDANCE".OOOOOOOOOH.
(BTW, you can buy a full featured meter and still use the stuff that isn't confusing.)