Successful Mag-Probe Drop Test
There are a few Reviews on the Internet that Talk about how easily the Bartol Mag-Probe breaks when dropped. This is the reason for this Mag-Probe drop demonstration. Seeing is believing.
We are not saying you can’t break the Mag-Probe but it’s not as easy as people might think. Here is a short Mag-Probe drop test that includes a drop from around 8 feet high on the tip on ceramic tile. It didn’t break. In order to decrease the possibility of damaging the Mag-Probe we have included a White Protective Shield which also acts as a Desensitizing Shield to Protect the Mag-Probe from Overlapping Magnetic Fields when testing large solenoid valves or relays. If you drop a $50.00 dollar voltmeter from 8 feet high it may survive a few drops but it has the potential to break just like the Mag-Probe. In this test the Mag-Probe survived a serious drop right on the tip from 8 feet high which is higher than most drops. Even though a few reviews say it breaks easily they all say they would recommend it to a friend. We understand that some industries are more prone to accidently breaking tools than others and that’s why we’ve included the white protective tip cover. In some cases we have had the Mag-Probe last up to 8 years or more. This Mag-Probe drop test proves that the Mag-Probe is a bit more durable than people think. To Order the Bartol Mag-Probe from a Catalog Click Here
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