Background: Global electrical heterogeneity (GEH) is a useful predictor of adverse clinical outcomes. However, reproducibility of GEH measurements on 10-second routine clinical ECG is unknown. Methods: Data of the prospective cohort study of incident hemodialysis patients (n=253; mean age 54.6± 13.5y; 56% male; 79% African American) were analysed. Two random 10-second segments of 5-minute ECG recording in sinus rhythm were compared. GEH was measured as spatial QRS-T angle, spatial ventricular gradient (SVG) magnitude and direction (azimuth and elevation), and a scalar value of SVG measured by (1) sum absolute QRST integral (SAI QRST), and (2) QT integral on vector magnitude signal (iVMQT). Bland-Altman analysis was used to calculate agreement. Results: For all studied vectorcardiographic metrics, agreement was substantial (Lin's concordance coefficient >0.98), and precision was perfect (>99.99%). 95% limits of agreement were ± 14 for spatial QRS-T angle, ± 13° for SVG azimuth ± 4° for SVG elevation, ± 14 mVms for SVG magnitude, and ± 17 mVms for SAI QRST. SAI QRST and iVMQT were in substantial agreement with each other. Conclusion: Reproducibility of a 10-second automated GEH ECG measurements was substantial, and precision was perfect.