I picked one of these Mastech meters up, and it’s more than fine. It’s a good solid meter, especially considering what functions you need it for with pinball. Backlight, audible continuity, autoranging, etc.
Fluke are great tools, but sometimes that’s like suggesting a Festool saw or a Hilti drill to a guy who would do some home-handyman stuff. Yeah, it’s really good stuff, but in-context to how it’s used, will the person even notice that benefit they paid extra for?
It’s an accurate meter, it works, and it’s not too cheaply built like others in the price range.
If you’ll use it often and for other things besides pinball and use it in a demanding environment, go Fluke. If you’re just doing maintenance on pinball and arcade stuff as a hobby and need it to help fix/test/troubleshoot wiring, boardwork, and power issues, the Mastech will do all the same stuff well and accurately.