|Item Weight||5.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 5.9 x 1.1 inches|
|Item model number||MSFL-T1003|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
Biary Innovations MSFL-T1003 Magic Stud Finder Plus with free Steel Ruler and 3 Targets included
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I read some of the negatives. I don't have thick plaster in my home, but I can understand why it probably won't work in that respect, but for average work around a normal drywalled home, you can't get any better than this. It's so simple it's stupid. For years I used one of those battery operated deals, and it would never get it right. I wish I would have found this thing 10 years ago!
I use the Magic Stud Finder in combination with a Stanley Fat Max 77-153 laser level on an el-cheapo camera tripod. You find your studs, and put the laser lines on the magnets. It's perfect! You don't even need to mark up your walls to hang stuff! The Magic Stud Finder with the laser level is probably the best combination, and a must have for any homeowner!
I guess there is one serious downfall to this product: Beings that it's not powered, and has no sound or lights, I can't use it on myself as a "stud finder" around the ladies... ahh well.. whaddya gonna do?
I had a very strong magnet to find screws in studs for about three weeks before losing it, and after throwing away three or four expensive stud finders with lights, etc.... When I learned about this I bought it b/c I know it's the strength of the magnet that lets you find studs in drywall. It works. It works!!! :) It works so well that the magnets want to snap and cling to each other! Love it.
Instead of buying additional magnets, I just use small pieces of painter's tape to mark where studs were found and move on. :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this stud finder before starting a project installing new cabinets in the kitchen. I wanted to mark the stud in two places and use a laser level to put a vertical line... Read morePublished 1 month ago by cwgallo
This thing is pretty freakin' cool. How has no one every thought to use a magnet to find a nail in a stud and then put that concept into a product? Read morePublished 2 months ago by h00ti3
Great product! Had been using battery operated stud finders before this and they frustrate the hell out of me. This eliminates the guesswork and has literally no room for error. Read morePublished 2 months ago by OA
I have about 10 stud finders. After using this one 9 of the others can be thrown in the trash. Enough said.Published 2 months ago by Dan
This item came to me when I gutted my kitchen and rebuilding from floor up. I cannot remember who sent it as a gift as I was buying so much 'stuff' to make my life easier. Read morePublished 3 months ago by J. Terry
Since the beginning of time, Man has grappled with eternal questions; 'Is There A God?', 'What Happens To My Soul After I Die?', and "WHERE IS THE EFFIN STUD???? Read morePublished 4 months ago by Reese T.
I've never been able to tap-and-hear where the studs are. If I could improve one thing about these, it would be that they came with four or five magnets. Read morePublished 4 months ago by D. Matthews
It's really nothing more than a few magnets. That's it. It works very simply by sticking to the spot beneath the wall's surface where a nail was driven into the stud. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Clmorela
Sometimes it is a little hard to find the nail for it to stick to, however eliminates drilling hole where the electronic stud finders indicate there is a stud and there isn't. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer