Works great with no problems so far. Holds the data until you unplug the battery. I did have to sacrifice the set of HXT connectors to have a set of EC3 connectors, but it was not a big deal. Really glad I finally got my hands on a watt meter.Very useful tool to check watt, ampere and balance liposAfter using the meter for a couple of weeks, the center Select button stopped working. This meant the meter was useless as you need to have this switch working to select the meter reading functions. After pulling the cover off and investigating it appears the problem is internal to the switch. Replaced this meter with the Turnigy 130 amp model which does not have any switches so it gives an automatic reading of all the required data as soon as you attach the battery without having to select anything and it is cheaper. As it does not have anything to fail it should be a more robust meter then this one.This meter seems to work okay, however sometimes the buttons do not work and require multiple presses. This is a slight irritation but overall I am happy with the product.my real disappointment however is that it's with 6mm bullets not 5.5mm I now have to solder adaptors to test anything with it. HK should rectify such information saves hassle and disappointments.
Bad info is more harmful than no info ????received late thanks to Fiji post, however great packaging and very good product my real disappointment however is that it's with 6mm bullets not 5.5mm I now have to solder adaptors to test anything with it. HK should rectify such information saves hassle and disappointments.I was a bit disappointed that all of the connectors are a non standard diameter size (too large) and no Deans included, I know have to order right connectors before it can be used on motors and batteries, otherwise seems a quality product.Works perfect! Today i measured 44 amps on my Corsair, which i hadn't expected before. Seems to be quite accurate (tried it first with a 12v car bulb). Even with balancing function, but did not really tried it yet. However, the specs are not correct: the presolded bullet-connectors are not 5.5 mm, but 6 mm. (I had still some 5.5 left and soldered my own connectors to 3.5 mm bullet, but it did not fit. And only then i recognized the different size.)well I just got this new watt meter, it comes just like it says in the description of the meter and you get all wire connectors just like in the picture. iam comparing this meter to my gt meter(same as the watts up meter and same as the Turnigy 130A Watt Meter and Power Analyzer) I did a 3 watts test to compare watts tests from my gt meter(I wrote the data down) so in short all 3 watt test with the Turnigy 100A 60V Multi Function Watt Meter were all with in the same watts/amps as I had gotten with the get meter, moth the gt meter and this turnigy meter save the data as long as the battery it still hooked up so this is nice to have so a person dose not have to hole back the model while trying to remember the reading on the meter, just hold back the mode do the full throttle test for how ever long you need power down and read the meter for you results, all in all great meter to get.