Todd Harrison does a full, 50-minute review of the Victor VC921 Pocket Autoranging Digital Multimeter, along with some other goodies he bought from the Adafruit shop. The multimeter portion kicks in right around the 3:00 mark. Watch:
I found the Victor 921 pocket multimeter to be the best pocket DMM I have ever used. It showed quite close to exactly correct readings for all measurements and had capabilities way outside the normal for a $25 pocket multimeter not only in build quality but also in features and functionality.
Aside: I have that same Micronta pocket multimeter!
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