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  1. Hello all, Just to let you all know that a blog has gone up with all the upcoming calibration days that were doing this year. Calibration days are a great way to get all your test equipment calibrated cheaply on the day. For more information and to keep up to date with the venues and times please read our blog. If you are new to calibrations then you can find all you need to know here. As usual please Comment, PM or contact us if you have any questions. Many thanks Megger Mike
  2. megger mike

    New Test Kits For The Forum

    Hello All A while back I asked the forum what you look for when it comes to free promotions with testers. In general, you wanted free calibrations and better standard test leads. I've finally finished making the new kits and adding them to the website. They can be found here In total there are four different types of kits: Calibration Voucher Kit Wander Lead Kit Test Lead Kit Wireless Test Kit All our main top selling multifunction testers have been turned into these kits. Not only that but the top three kits are all the same price, so it's just a case of choosing what you want free with your tester. Calibration Voucher Kit: In this kit you will receive a free voucher card for a calibration. You simply send back the voucher card with any 17th edition tester you want calibrated. We'll do it and send it back free of charge. Wander Lead Kit: This was our original kit for multifunction testers. We found these sold really well so I decided to keep these the same. Test Lead Kit: Again, as requested, this kit is supplied with the Fluke TL175 rugged test lead set and a carry pouch. It's a great test lead set and should be useful to all. Wireless Test Kit: The last of the kits and definitely the biggest. This kit is supplied with a wireless clamp meter, wireless multimeter and a calibration voucher card. A great all round kit and offers a great saving on anyone looking to start using wireless test equipment. The calibration voucher cards are being made up and should be with me in about a week. As a way of saying thank you to the forum, when I finally get these cards delivered I'll run a simple give-away competition on here for some free calibration voucher cards, so keep checking back! Would love to know what you all think so please PM or reply in the thread. Megger Mike
  3. I get a lot of promotional catalogs delivered to myself, in them is a small multimeter selection. There cheapest multimeter is £5.35! Now I know quality comes at a price, but do people actually use these non-branded cheap testers? If you do, were they a success? or was it a complete fail? Some simple spec for this simple multimeter: AC/DC voltage = 200v -600v DC Current = 200uA - 10A Resistance = 200ohm - 2Mohm
  4. megger mike

    Ck Tools Now On Isswww.co.uk

    isswww.co.uk now supply and stock a wide range of C.K Tools Bag and tool Case's. C.K make a fantastic selection of robust and hardy tool cases and pouches. They're very strong and durable, come in a selection of different sizes and the price isn't too bad either. We have everything from Electricians Tool belts, Vests, Contractors organizers, Tool rolls and many more. Looking for a C.K Magma case that isn't on the site? Give us a call and I'm sure we'll be able to help. As usual please leave any comments, PM or contact us through the isswww.co.uk/contact page. Take care all Megger Mike
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