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SureGrip™ Electrical Test Lead Set

FLUKE-TL224

SureGrip™ accessories are designed to improve steadiness in slippery hands. Rubber overmolded surfaces and finger-hugging curves give the user a comfortable, reliable grip on the accessory so they can... read more

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FLUKE-TL224 is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 3.
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Features

SureGrip™ accessories are designed to improve steadiness in slippery hands. Rubber overmolded surfaces and finger-hugging curves give the user a comfortable, reliable grip on the accessory so they can focus on making an accurate measurement.

Additional Features

  • DMM test leads (red, black) with safety shrouded, standard diameter banana plugs
  • Right angle connector on one end and straight connector on the other
  • 1.5 m silicone-insulated wire resists heat & cold
  • CAT IV 600 V, CAT III 1000 V, 10 A rating. UL Listed
Specifications
Acme Tools Brand Name: FLUKE
Acme Tools Part Number: TL224
Additional Contents: None
Assembled Weight (lbs): 0.24
Country of Origin: USA
Internet Product Code (IPC): 3D2E0CBE1C0
Lead Length (in): 60
Package Quantity: 1.0
Package Weight: 0.24
End Attachment Style: Right angle and straight
Warranty: 1 year
Internal Supplier Part #: 1610198
MFG Model # (Series): TL224
MFG Part # (OEM): TL224
Product Name: SureGrip™ Electrical Test Lead Set
UPC: 095969103442
Top Rated: 3.0
Acme Tools Air Shipment Restricted: N
Acme Tools Prop65 Compliant: N
Acme Tools Carb Compliant: N
Customer Reviews
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wire breaks internally at straight end - 3 sets I work in an industrial environment and have gone through several pairs of these test leads in a year. Initially, I thought that it was due to wrapping the leads around the multimeter. So with the next set I used, I made sure to hang the leads after use so that there was no bending going on; again, no luck. The same thing happened with the third set despite my best efforts to prevent wire breakage internally. The test leads always break in the same place: right next to the "straight" connection, just after the strain relief. The internal breaking of the wire leads to erratic results and potentially a safety issue. The standard test leads that come with a Fluke 114 or 175 multimeter last much longer than this style of test leads. They warrant these things for a year, but either way, they never come close to lasting that long. These leads only get used two to three times a week on average.
Date published: 2015-10-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great set of leads I have purchased many sets of these leads over the years. I work in the HVAC automation industry and I like the versatility these leads offer. I often use a pair of AC220 aligator clips and use one as a jumper wire or a probe on each end and use it as a jumper where aligator clips won't fit. The only problem I've ever had is the wire will pull from one of the banana plugs over time and lose connection. The actual wire jacket and strain relief stay intact, I guess flexable nature of the wire allow the actual conductor to pull over time and the connection breaks. I usually buy a new set every six months.
Date published: 2012-11-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great set of leads I have purchased many sets of these leads over the years. I work in the HVAC automation industry and I like the versatility these leads offer. I often use a pair of AC220 aligator clips and use one as a jumper wire or a probe on each end and use it as a jumper where aligator clips won't fit. The only problem I've ever had is the wire will pull from one of the banana plugs over time and lose connection. The actual wire jacket and strain relief stay intact, I guess flexable nature of the wire allow the actual conductor to pull over time and the connection breaks. I usually buy a new set every six months.
Date published: 2012-11-18
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