On a recent trip to Fry’s, I picked up a Fluke 114 Electrical TRMS Multimeter. After I got home, I realized maybe I shouldn’t have been so impulsive, because I might have bought the Fluke 115, which also measures capacitance (I’m always doing that…).
The continuity beeper was especially helpful in rewiring the headlights on the Bavaria after a short circuit melted a large portion of the harness.
I replaced my aging analog Micronta Multitester 22-203B, which was, “custom mfd in Korea for Radio Shack, a division of the Tandy Corporation.” I probably bought it back in the late 70’s, when Tandy stores still sold leather supplies.
The only other significant thing about this old Radio Shack (now RadioShack) meter is it almost qualifies as a Googlewhack – Radio Shack 22-203B, finds only a single result.