The Keysight U3401A is a budget / entry level 4 1/2 digit DMM from Keysight, although lacking in some features it will be fine for my needs and even this entry level offers me some technical advantages over my handheld meters. Most notably; higher voltage (upto 1.2kV) and current ranges (upto 20A), greater accuracy and resolution across the board. Voltage is 0.02%+4, current 0.05%+4 or 5 depending on range, resistance 0.1%+3 or 6 depending on range.
The Keysight U3401A was purchased through a member of the EEVblog forum for exactly £200.00 including shipping, as a customer return from Element14. The unit is within calibration and under manufacturers warranty, even the test leads had not been opened. Of course this was a one-off deal.
The new Keysight U3401A DMM sat on top of my two Hewlett Packard 6632B DC Power Supplies (aka Agilent then Keysight!) next to my faithful Xytronic LF-1000 soldering station.
Sinometer / Mastech MAS-343 with tape to prevent changes because this is exclusively connected and used with my Testec HVP-40 high voltage probe.