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Default Watt Meters

It seems to be the general consensus that a watt meter is almost required equipment in this hobby. I am almost convinced, but WHICH one? The AstroFlight WhattMeter gets high marks as does the Watt's Up. However, the GT is about half the price of those two. Anyone got a good reason for not opting for the GT? Obviously the greatest possible accuracy is desirable, but in considering watt meters what constitutes "close enough for all practical purposes"? I see that HobbyKing also offers its own brand. Any other meters that one should consider? Thanks. Gary
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