I have a Sinometer multimeter stencil branded by Radio Shack. It is no Fluke, but I am very pleased with it -- it has been totally reliable and is plenty accurate enough for my uses (I mess about with electricity, but am no electrical engineer
, to say the least). I have checked current and voltage readings against my Victron battery monitor
and other known reliable instruments and the readings correspond very closely.
It does volts AC and DC with a very large range from millivolts to 1000's of volts, with auto or manual ranging.
It does ohms, and unlike the really cheap multimeters, the accuracy is reasonable.
It will test capacitors and does AC frequency.
It has a pyrometer and does temperature, although I don't need that since I have a laser thermometer.
It is a clamp meter and measures current inductively for both AC and DC over a wide range.
And it has a buzzer for checking continuity, something which I have found remarkably useful.
It shuts itself off if you forget to switch it off (I was always killing the batts in my El-Cheapo multimeter).
It is very nicely made and comes with quality leads and a nice case.
It was Radio Shack 22-171; don't know if it is still available.