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I've got a basically new diagnostic set collecting dust and I want to get rid of.

Everything works fine, including the rechargeable battery.

See pictures here:  https://imgur.com/a/qSe4V

Only used it a few times in training; otherwise, it has been sitting in its nice case all of this time.

$475 shipped to the continental USA.

DM me if interested.

Edited by darkavenger

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