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Old 05-06-2013, 09:07 PM   #1
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Electrical test leads

Bought this about 6 yrs ago and it really comes in handy when checking lights, etc.

I would imagine most of the electrical gurus already have one.
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Nope, that's the first time I have ever seen it. my test leads usually are tied into knots. Who made those and where did you find them?
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Bought this about 6 yrs ago and it really comes in handy when checking lights, etc.

I would imagine most of the electrical gurus already have one.
Got the same one
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First time I have seen that and after 30 yrs in the electrical utility business, I thought I seen it all. any manufacturer's info available on that?
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http://www.denlorstools.com/home/dt1...e_test_le.html
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Nope, that's the first time I have ever seen it. my test leads usually are tied into knots. Who made those and where did you find them?
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Thanks guys ordered the 30' 2 wire and the 10' 3 wire
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They have them with magnetic backs too.
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Nope, that's the first time I have ever seen it. my test leads usually are tied into knots. Who made those and where did you find them?
I have a set of those twisted into knot leads.
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They make two differnt models, one of them has a magnet in it so you can attach the spool to something metal. That feature is very useful. I have both models and prefer the one with the magnet.
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