I built 1 of those several years ago and it does come in handy for checking things. At the time I built it I was looking for a solution for checking controls with the high voltage off.Works like a charm.
Went by Lowe's and wouldn't you know it,lots of handy tool sets for Christmas!Got a Kobalt set with a 1/4 x 5/16 ratchet and several bits for less than 10 bucks.Also a nifty pry bar that also is like a spanner wrench and can loosen 1/4 5/16 3/8 &1/2 inch nuts.I can see many uses for this and less than $2. I love this time of year!
I saw the same tools and I couldn't help but wonder why they would start carrying tools I have never heard of that cost just as much as ""name brand"" tools. I know I would feel better spending big bucks on tools that I know are good and built to last.Can't say much for the color either kind of hen---- brown.Lowes should have given this more thought. At least home Depot still carries Klein
There's a new Larry Light out.It has more lumens and a better switch too.The only thing I don't care for is an LED pointer on the end.I don't need to point to things very much. The price could have been cheaper without the pointer I'm sure.It is a bright light though!
This is my experience, Freezer compressor would not start.Took the start relay to an appliance repair shop, checked relay (that rattled)with an ohm meter and it checked good.He showed me a new relay and it rattled too.By that I decided not to buy a new relay if mine was good. Came home and used my test cord and the compressor started just fine.Because I hated to loose more food by taking a chance I went ahead and bought a new freezer.I intended to keep my old one and check it out further but the delivery man came 2 hrs. early and had already hauled it away.If it were me I would try a new relay,if it works great and if it doesn't you're out $20.00.At least you won't feel bad like me.
Went to Batteries Plus the other day and they carry the ''Larry'' light .For 10 bucks it is a great little light and the magnet is a great plus.I carry a Fenix in my pocket and use it often but I can see using the Larry in all sorts of things.Maybe another thing to add to your arsenal.Cant have too many flashlights!