I'd have to go out to my car to check, but I've been using an old/used Triplett (roughly equivalent to the 9007A they're selling now just by looking at the feature set, although the newest one has features mine doesn't) for work for ten-ish years and I have no idea how old it was when I got it. It gets a little twitchy when the battery is low, but I basically never change the battery and it bounces around in the car in a ziplock bag 24/7/365 (meaning extreme cold/extreme heat/extreme damp/extreme dry). It still works just fine and the build quality to me might not QUITE be ruggedized Fluke, but it is more than close enough for me. For what it is worth, you can pick up a brand new Triplett 9007A for about $90.
I use it for AC line tests, telco/data network low voltage wiring testing, DC sensor switching tests (usually 0-1VDC, sometimes 3VDC), continuity checks, and very occasionally HV AC and DC (well below 1000V). It isn't super fast, but reads out fast enough for what I do.