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Thank the fine folks at Fluke for these neat little expletive-savers:  they’re simple prongs of thin, sturdy metal used for back-probing wiring harnesses.  Anyone who’s used a bent pin or rusty paper clip from the shop floor can appreciate these doohickeys, especially since the female banana plug socket on the back makes ’em compatible with Fluke’s interchangeable test lead wires.

Sure, $31 is a fair amount to ask for what are basically sewing pins with a socket on the end, but for career electrical technicians and harness builders, these lovelies would make a great addition to a tool box — if you’ve ever had to disassemble a Weatherpack connector, you understand why some Toolmongers would make the investment.

Back-Probe Pins [Fluke]
Via Amazon [What’s This?]

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