Triplett 1101-B Multimeter Giveaway
Yep, it’s that time of the month again when we give away another type of tool or something to one of the site members. We are still going along with the electrical meters. The last one I reviewed, the Triplett 1101-B (which you can read about here,) is the one being given away today.
What is this, the third meter to be given away? I know the member drawings had been held at the end of the first week of the previous months, and I also realize I’m a little behind. Sue me, it was a combination of forgetting and then being lazy. But here we are now. If you aren’t a member and just happen to be reading this by chance, you may like to look over to the sidebar and consider signing up. Becoming a free member entitles you to free tool giveaway drawings like this. Think about it.
As far as the Triplett 1101-B goes, it felt like an average to above average meter. The best thing about it was the temperature sensor that comes included, none of the other meters reviewed so far had that feature. Would I purchase this meter? Probably not. I would if I needed one to measure temperature in certain situations and was looking at decently priced meters.
And the winner is…
So by now you should know how we do this. When you join you get numbers assigned as members. I take the numbers, put them into a random number site and bingo. One gets chosen. I write a post (this,) send out a group email to all members with a link to this post, and then let the winner know. The winner, maybe you, then has a week to respond, otherwise someone else gets it.
This month, April, the member who gets the Triplett 1101-B sent to their house within reason is… well they signed up with their real name perhaps and I don’t think it would be cool to plaster it on a site. But they know who they are. Congrats.
And if it wasn’t you, again, don’t worry. There still aren’t very many members so your odds are still quite good ha ha. In fact, the number of new people joining has dried up slightly. Remember, if you get someone to sign up, or share something, you’ll get another shot at winning the monthly tool. Just let me know if you do so that you get the credit.
Anyways, hope things are well for all you jokers. I have been working outside a lot on my days off these last couple weeks. Getting a lot done. Pressure washed the back patio and chimney, as well as the brick on my house from about 2′ down. The house has no rain gutters so when water runs off the roof it hits the ground and bounces. These bounces sometimes take dirt particles with them that sometimes land and stick to the brick. Once one sticks, it’s easier for another particle to maybe land there and stick as well. It’s crazy.
Any of you guys been getting outside? Working around the house? Getting a trailer or boat ready for the upcoming seasons? I’d be interested to hear about anything you’ve got going on. Might give me some inspiration. Have a good one.