EEVblog Contest Announcement

Two brand new Fluke CNX-3000 “basic kit” are up for grabs, plus a (slightly used) Gossen Metrahit World multimeter, and a slightly reviewed ChronoVu LA-8 Kit Deluxe logic analyser.
Enter the contest HERE
NOTE: You must have 5 posts on the EEVblog forum to see this contest thread!
Discuss HERE

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    • eevblog fan

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    • terabyte

      its right you cant say that dave teach almost all that i know and never and he is the kindest person i met

    • resistor

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    • peter finker

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    • jeremy

      thats not true

      • linx

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    • linx

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    • electronics designer

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    • Jim

      So you want five posts? Have you set aside specific threads for pointless, half-assed replies, or do I just chooses for myself where to go and leave five steaming turds?

    • Jasper

      Wait, why won’t you mark it as a gift? I mean, it *is* a gift!

      It doesn’t help with taxes, BTW, most countries charge for incoming gifts the same as for incoming bought products,but it seems really weird that you’re deliberately going to lie on the shipping form and mark it as something else — it’s not a free sample, it’s not a bought product, it’s not a warranty return, so out of your options, what it is is clearly a gift…