Displays engine rpm. Easy to hook up and operate. Good build. Can read voltage and dwell angle. Comes with a tool case. Bright light. Offers extra functions including indicators for advance timing, dwell timing, voltage readings, and tachometer readings.
Not really tough enough for a professional setting, but certainly a great model with a lot of features for home use.
Good price. Works reliably. Simple, easy to use, and accurate. Bright flash works even in daylight. Worth a little extra money. Comes with a 1-year warranty.
While this is a reliable model, it does not have the LED readout that some others offer.
Tells you rpm. Heavy duty. Sturdy for the price. Offers a digital readout. Push-button control works easily. Offers a Xenon flashlight. Easy to switch between 2- and 4-cycle engines.
The light on this could be brighter. While it works well in the garage, it can be difficult to see in the sun.
Works well. A novice can use this device with a little help from YouTube. Can be used outside. Tough plastic. Detachable cord makes it easier to store. a good value on this product for the price. Includes a power button. A basic inductive light. Long cords.
Doesn't have a display of tachometer reading like others available. Also does not have a dial.
Great for working on old cars. Can also be used to set up a distributor. A solid unit that ships quickly and arrives in good shape. Allows you to check the rpm and timing with one tool. Good for classic car work. Digital display.
This is not the least expensive model available.
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