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Buying a fluke is a conflicting decision. On the one hand they go missing. (Get stolen). And have useful features available on the actual chip, not designed into the product, (like milliamps, micro amps and a real hold feature). And it's about 75$ more than a meter that does those things. However it does read individual milliamps, and will tell you if 99% of things are working in some way, or not working at all.
Most products fail where the rubber hits The road. For this its the selector and case. The molding is the best. So the dust inserting the product will be the least, and from that metric, it should last the longest.
That's the only reason I bought this over the brymen (Greenlee). I've never worked in very dirty environments, but my first week with this was at a steel shop. Coated in iron dust, it did well and I trusted the readings.
If you're working in clean environments, or testing thermal couples and don't have a meter with Microamps, I'd look elsewhere.(brand wise)
If you're an electrician, or new to the fire alarm or security game, this will do you a very very long time.