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Old 06-11-18
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I bought a HNM2 code clearing unit from Stahlcar in Yatal Qld via Ebay. My unit was delivered from Stahlcar in Auckland NZ. The unit read codes well but didn't clear all of them.. I contacted Stahlcar NZ about the unit not clearing all the codes and they sent me another unit. It was the same, so they offered me a full refund, which I chose not to take up. I kept the original unit because it did probably 90% of what I would expect it to do, and sent the other one back to NZ. Even before the second unit was received in NZ, I had a credit in my Paypal account to cover the cost of return postage. They have bent over backwards to try to help me with the problems. Service like this is rare these days and deserves mention.
Good to see you are happy with the product Erad.

Fantastic you have got such good service from the supplier.

How would you compare it to a Scan Gauge, realising of course they are not directly comparable products?

Tossing up at the moment whether to look at ScanGauge or one of these.
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Good to see you are happy with the product Erad.

Fantastic you have got such good service from the supplier.

How would you compare it to a Scan Gauge, realising of course they are not directly comparable products?

Tossing up at the moment whether to look at ScanGauge or one of these.
Itís a scan tool not a gauge

It has far more capabilities than the scangauge or any of them

As you said they arenít really comparable?
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It wonít sit on your dash
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Pharb: The HNM2 measures about 150 mm x 110 mm x 30 (I don't have access to it at present), whilst the Scangauge measures about 110 mm x 30 x 30, and comfortably fits on the dashboard. The HNM2 is definitely a hand held unit only. If I was in the market for a unit now< if old give serious consideration to the Untragauge unit (see the comments in Gen 4.2 above). The Ultragauge has an audible alarm which the Scangauge lacks, and it can display upto 8 parameters compared to the Scangauge's 4 parameters.
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