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This is not what I needed
After receiving this set, I realized it wasn't for the application I was going to use it on, they were gigantic. I understand I was the one that made the mistake, but Fluke and TEquipment don't give a better understanding of what your getting. What I needed was something for small electronic components and Automotive, like (category I , II). I sent this back for the TL81-A after a recommendation from a Fluke Tech, but after realizing it had in the description that it was rated (Category III), I knew I had probably made another mistake, wihich I did, but I kept that set just in case it came in need for my Automotive needs , as something's where rated (Category II, III and IV), but I didn't know what I needed until I read the reviews on the TLK287 on Amazon.com. This is the set that I needed.
Fluke had basically told me that the TL-81A and the TLK287 were similar and that if I already had the TL81-A to stick with that set, TEquipment in other words kinder came to that conclusion also. How is one to know what to buy if the professionals don't know what there doing. I assume there's a very high return rate. I have to give this a one star , as for the high cost of Fluke products you would think you'd get better support and I wouldn't recommend this set for what I needed (Category I) electronics.
The TLK287 really fit my needs, so if you need something for like computer component level electronics I recommend the TLK287, might even fit your needs for Automotive applications.
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