|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 4 x 1.7 inches|
|Item model number||100480-SP|
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|Item Package Quantity||1|
Studpop Magnetic Stud Finder
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Studpop® magnetic stud finder. Unique popper indicates when it finds the metal fasteners in studs. Invented by a contractor. Works on sheetrock, plaster, lath, tile. No batteries. Makes stud finding fun! USA made. Amazon will choose color.
Top Customer Reviews
I went to the hallway -- pop, mark, pop, mark, pop, mark, pop, mark; all the marks were 16" apart (the standard distance between studs). To the kitchen: pop, mark, pop, mark; again 16" apart. [Hint: Mark the center of the range in which the device stands up and keep in mind that not all the lath nails are centered on the stud.] This inventor did what he said - almost* -and my hat is off to him.
*The "almost" is because the StudPop is guaranteed to work on tile but failed to work on my bathtub tiles. The stud was continually erect, probably responding to the metal wiring under the tile used to lay the grout. Tile secured in other ways may allow it to work, and this is a very minor drawback.
Another reviewer claimed a problem with lath and plaster. Chances are that he didn't follow the sweeping motion shown in the instructions to zero in on the stud nail, or less likely his had a defective magnet. If you have lath and plaster walls, this device will work well on them provided you pretend to "paint" the walls with the sweeping motion shown in the instructions to find the nails.
It arrived and I tried it immediately. Did a small, quick sweep on the wall and POP. Moved it down a little... POP! Tried it in every room and there is only one wall it has trouble with - but luckily, it's not a wall that I need something mounted on.
I used it in the living room to hang shelves and it was flawless, finding a stud every 16" all the way down the wall. My wife was so impressed she often steals it from my tool box and uses it to hang pictures.
Its pretty genius, simple, slightly addicting using it on all the walls to see where supports are