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Zircon MultiScanner i520 OneStep 60576 Metal Detectors
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The MultiScanner i520 is the most advanced wall scanner that Zircon makes. It has 4 scanning modes:
In addition to the scanning modes, the i520 is packed with other original and patented features:
The i520 is a perfect choice for serious users, such as home improvement hobbyists and professional contractors. Not sure if the i520 is what you need? See the grid below to decide which center-finding tool is right for you.
|Which Center-Finding Stud Sensor is Right for You?|
Zircon introduced the first stud finders over 25 years ago. We're a smaller, more focused company than our competitors, but thanks to our reputation for engineering and customer service, our brand dominates the stud finder market domestically and abroad. The Handyman Club of America, and their official publication, Handy Magazine, have awarded Zircon's MultiScanner i520 their seal of approval after a round of extensive member testing. The i520 earned a 9.0 (out of 10) overall rating and a whopping 99% approval rating from Handyman Club Members.
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It worked on basic wood studs behind drywall, but not the thick plaster wall I hoped it would.Published 1 day ago by Sean O.
I was having problems finding studs in my 1895 house with plaster walls. I used deep scan and this found them in less than 5 seconds. Thanks!Published 3 days ago by adam marshall
Needed to put in a new electrical outlet in our kitchen, I had the source wires and junction box already installed. Read morePublished 29 days ago by P. Dino
This studfinder locates the edges and center of wood or metal studs up to 1 1/2-Inches (38 mm) deep. It shows when you are at the center or edge of a stud. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tim M.