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Now I have had the Fluke 289 for awhile now, and it is not my typical meter that I use often as it is a monster in size and weight. But data logging on any type of measurement is a huge feature which sets this thing over the top, as well as having huge accuracy.
It is not a cheap set up costing over 685 dollars (came with an IR temperature gun, case, and voltage detector though). But the potential of trouble shooting the big gigs is really apparent.
Check out my full out review in the youtube link,