Top positive review
It's a great value multimeter with a lot of useful features and one big drawback
Reviewed in Australia on 16 July 2019
The meter is decently sized with a big LCD screen with optional backlight (disabled on power-on for battery savings). The leads are long enough for most needs, the plastic doesn't feel cheap, feels good. The stand is sturdy, magnet is a bit of a gimmick, instruction manual is good and everything is nicely labelled. The adapter is fine too, however I'd prefer if capacitor and transistor testing was built-in (just in case I lose the adapter one day... since the meter doesn't come with a case).
Hold/Max/Min/Relative and Manual range features are absolutely great to have, I've been missing them in another multimeter I've had until now
One weird thing is that when it detects continuity (on continuity mode) the beep length has a set minimum so if you there's continuity for a split second it will keep beeping for longer. But at least it gives you certainty that it's there.
Clamp feature is interesting but requires an extra accessory
Leads' touch-points are put on from the factory and shielded and I didn't find a good way to attach clips securely but that's a minor issue
But oh my god the NOISE. The BEEPING SOUND. It's a NIGHTMARE.
Every. Push. Of. A. Button. And. Selection. Wheel. Turn. Makes. It. Beep.
Want to tinker with electronics after your wife goes to bed? Better try outside the house, just watch out for neighbours.
I'll probably disassemble it and try to lower the volume with a resistor or something. There's no option to turn it off.