|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.3 x 6 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||NO.44|
|Manufacturer Part Number||NO44|
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Bussmann NO.44 ATC Blade Fuse Tester/Puller Kit
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As some reviews have said, the fuses in the kit(s) can not be tested in spite of coming with a tester that has instructions for testing. The fuses are the cheaper fuses, that although have the test ports (holes in the top) the probes can not reach the metal contacts, even if they were small enough in diameter to actually reach all the way in.
I'm sure the fuses themselves will work fine but for the cost and hype over a nearly worthless tester, there are better options. Oh, and the clamsell package which would make it easier to keep them secure, is secured to where it's nearly impossible to open without damage enough to keep it from closing well enough. I didn't expect a "case" but a package that would be good enough to use to store them.
I did have a fuse to replace so I checked and found very few fuses in that car that could even be tested. Most mini's do not have test ports and the puller is nearly if not completely ineffective in pulling them because of size. It works well pulling and installing the standard size fuses though. For half the money I would have bought a variety package of both sizes, got a cheap $1 puller and some kind of cheap bag or case and put that in the vehicles for storage. I'm disappointed in Bussmann which has been a name I've been familiar with for years and years. I might expect something like this being dumped on Woot, but not retailed on Amazon.
1 positive I can say, the fuses do have the amp stamped on the top for those that aren't familiar with the color codes.
But after spending way-too-much for one or two fuses each time I needed one, plus the trip to the auto store, I figured this was good to have around.
Since the fuse I needed was going into a collectable/show car with a clear fuse box cover, I wanted the fuses to match or be as good as the original one. So I skipped all of the cheaper alternatives and decided on this assortment. These match exactly (though that probably doesn't make much difference to most people).
The fuse that blew was a 5 amp fuse that I missed the first time checking. I was used to fuses that looked different after they blew. The 5 amp doesn't look bad without testing or inspection with a magnifying glass. I finally found it by using a giant Fluke electrical tester which was a pain to contact with the small fuse leads. So the tester is an especially good tool to have on hand.
They say reusable box but it's thermo-sealed so much, it's probably not possible to open without pretty much destroying the box. Not a big deal really. I'll just keep them in a plastic zip-lock bag.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Queried for small Fuses for a Volvo 2008 S60 and these - as well as another order of Bussmann No.44 ATC fuses, but these are too big for this car. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Maurer
Complete kit. Good price. I am sure I will never be without a fuse ever.Published 1 month ago by Allan Rindal
None of the fuses fit my car. Be sure to check the size before you buy. The amperage means nothing if they wont fit.Published 2 months ago by Lazell
Fuses fit, price was almost same as auto part store but I didn't have to waste time or gas.Published 5 months ago by David H