Originally Posted by SetsunaFZero
Coz a good beginner multimeter is bout 150+€ i would only use Fluke and Voltcraft ones.
First off, a generic multimeter is still more versatile and at least as accurate as this, while costing about the same.
And it's not exactly like all generic ones are absolutely horribly inaccurate. My $20 Wal-Mart special is exactly as accurate as my friend's $200 Fluke. They both read everything absolutely identically. His is just built better, and has provisions to be professionally calibrated, whilst mine is cheap plastic, and can't be calibrated.
Besides, even if it isn't as accurate, there is simply no need for a Fluke or Voltcraft to test power supplies and basic household stuff.
If I was doing mission critical work, yeah, I'd spring for the Fluke (even despite mine being as accurate as it is. It's better safe than sorry in a case like that.), but for home use it's completely unnecessary, and the generic one is still better than this thing that Thermaltake is selling.