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BikeMaster Multi-Tester

Manufacturer Part Number BATTERY TESTER

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Description for BikeMaster Multi-Tester 

BikeMaster Multi-Tester

• Determine if it's your battery, the starter or charging system when your bike won't start

• Test battery voltage, starter and charging system all in 1 electronic package

• No dial settings and dozens of symbols to interpret

• Simple LED displays to tell you if your battery is holding a charge, if your system is charging at all and how much voltage is on-board

• Comes complete with a pigtail connection and clamp connectors

• Storage case included

Product Specs

Manufacturer Part Number: BATTERY TESTER

Sold in Units: Set

Warehouse Part Number: 1005882

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Customer Reviews for BikeMaster Multi-Tester 

Overall Rating:
3/5 based on 1 rating

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This product should only be called a battery tester. After reading the description I see that the $20 something meter that I own is much more useful as this one cannot even check wires for continuity or shorts. My meter can check load voltage as well as unloaded voltage. Sometimes simplicity leads to uselessness and I think this is one of those products. Because face it, if you are checking your battery and notice a drain you are going to look for the source, it is kind of hard to do if you cannot Ohm out a wire to see if there is continuity to ground where there shouldn't be. Just my two cents.

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