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  • Chuffed!

    posted by Magik79

    Great product and the quality is not bad at all. Sturdy construction with good connectors and decent wire used.
    It would be handy if there were more tech details on the connectors - I bought spring clips to go with this and they have 2 different connector types. This has banana connectors on both ends, while the spring clips have a thread for the end of a probe. But I was able to mod things and get it to work.
    Happy - good product for a decent price.
  • QA and layout of the ends could use work

    posted by slePP

    These are exactly what I was looking for to attach to circuits under test without having to hold probes. Has a banana jack to attach these and another set of probes at the same time.
    Even with the twisted pin, it is still able to attach to the circuits, but the shroud doesn't close properly around the tip.
    Not bad, though they seem a bit expensive for the quality and what they are.
  • Useable Bananna clip-leads

    posted by FakeName

    For the price, they're excellent.It's not made clear in the images, but each pair (red and black) is made of "zip" cable, so the two leads are connected. You can peel them apart if you want, but it's nice as each lead pair stays together.
    The wire itself looks to be ~20-24 gauge. The insulation is thick to make them look heavier.
    Cheap enough that they're disposable. The price is low enough that fiddling with the banana plugs isn't too much of a bother.
  • Good probes

    posted by Albertosoto

    Nice wire, flexible.
    Caps for contacts.
    Nice build, not too small, not too big
    Good price compared with local shops
    I've got a cheapo multimeter from work. It has no probes, (was using simple wires instead) so I ordered these and I'm really happy with them.
    I'm not an electrician, but I'm a flashlight aficionado, and I have the multimeter for draw measurings and battery voltage control.
    These proves works fantastic on my multimeter, no modification needed at all.
    I can read up to 3.3A from a XM-L flashlight, so I think they are accurate enough for my aplications.
    Caps are usefull for storing them, or preventing the contacts to get dirty. 90cm is nice for me, not too long not too short, and wire is flexible, looks long lasting.
    Fully recomended!!
  • Very cheap and useful

    posted by Fredim

    Simple, yet effective testing hooks that grip nicely in tight spots. Inexpensive and very useful for anyone that´s into electronics. Fairly easy to set up, just solder a wire to the metal tab and you´re good to go.
    Other buyers seem to have tried to solder a wire to the tab without taking the probe apart. The correct way is to bend the hook until it´s straight, then pull it apart (careful not to loose the spring). Pull the tab out and solder it. Then you just have to put it back together and reshape the hook.
    Very useful, get them if you enjoy building electronic projects.

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