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Batt-O-Meter



 
List Price: $34.95
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Product Code: KS700-0658
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Description
 
Shows hours of life remaining without removing the battery. Check hard-to-reach batteries via the 1/4" input on most instruments and effects pedals. Fast, accurate, and easy to use, the Batt-O-Meter:
  • saves you from risk and stress before a performance
  • saves you money by extending the life of each battery
  • saves you time by checking battery life BEFORE you take things apart
  • save the environment by reducing the number of discarded batteries

The Batt-O-Meter looks inside your instruments and 9 volt devices to measure voltage and remaining hours of use.

Quickly and accurately measure:

  • how many volts a battery is delivering
  • hours left before the device runs out of power
  • the remaining life in any 1.5-volt or 9-volt battery

Plug the gold-plated Power Probe into the 1/4" input on most instruments and effects pedals to test the life remaining in a hard-to-reach battery.

There's more! Test more battery types with increased precision: convenient slide switch differentiates between Alkaline, Rechargeable, and Carbon Zinc batteries.

The convenient right angle 1/4" jack enables you to check a hard-to-reach battery still inside of equipment. Just plug the Batt-O-Meter battery tester into virtually any battery-operated device with a 1/4" jack input and find out IF and WHEN to change its battery.

Stop wasting time and money - don't guess when to change batteries - KNOW with the Batt-O-Meter, the world's first battery tester for musicians.

(Requires 9 volt battery, not included)

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killer January 14, 2015
Reviewer: Cory Arford from escondido, CA United States  
What a great compact little tool. Don't even have to take the 9v out of the guitar/pedal to check the voltage. I do wish the cable could be removed from the batt-o-meter. Other than that I'm glad I bought one. My bass player has had one for a while that we test our pedals and guitars to make sure the batteries are good.

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