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If you don't mind needing a computer to operate it, I'd recommend a Dayton WT3. LC measurements are one of the simple bonus features you get, the software package will allow you to do much much more in the way of DIY... At the same time it isn't a nice hand held or bench top meter, though it is just $100.

Edit: that being said, I wonder if REW would pickup a simple coil in the T/S params test as Le for a driver. In fact, I bet it's worth a try... It might get upset when it doesn't see other stuff like an Fs point. I'm not sure, I've never used REWs T/S analyzer before and I'm not sure how it's written to analyze the impedance data.
 
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