|Part Number||Ghost Meter|
|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.5 x 6.5 x 1.5 inches|
|Item model number||GHOSTMETER|
|Batteries||1 9V batteries required.|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 yr parts and labor|
The Ghost Meter EMF Sensor
|Price:||$29.95 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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Please note: this product is intended to measure electric fields, and does not detect nuclear radiation.
Top Customer Reviews
I was pleasantly surprised how easy it is to use : plug in a 9v battery (not included) and press the center button & it starts detecting.
I had my kids walk around the house pointing it at devices (off and on) - the meter was easy to read (green safe - yellow - then red zone)the volume wheel on the side could silence it (which was requested after a while)
i reccomend to folks who want to check out the amount of EMFs (electro magnetic fields) that surround us each day & teach your kids why it's not a good idea to be too close to computer/tv screens
I have a family member who has also been swept up in the whole ghost hunting thing and purchased this meter. After showing me a few videos of "possible" activity based on strange readings from this meter I asked to borrow it for a few days. At first it seemed decent (for the price) as far as accuracy. When swapped out the battery for one aprox. 15% drained (which is about what you would have with a few hours of use) the accuracy range dropped to 8%-30%. WOW! I also found several spots on the board where the voltages became erratic with used batteries. At this point I decided to put it up against a few AlphaLab Gauss Meters (ranging in price from $400-over $1500) and in my opinion this meter only gets aprox. 40% to 70% accuracy.
Now before the fanatics start getting mad let me make a point. I don't consider myself a "Paranormal" type but it has caught my attention especially after my father died from ALS. I have been asked by a friend of mine to join their group on a few cases in which I was shocked to find some of the other members included a retired Bechtel physicist, DSS agent, and a few other scholars. For me it seems intriguing to think about and it does need more research from the scientific community. Having said that it also seems obvious you would want any evidence acquired accurate and UNDENIABLE. This meter in my opinion this meter is far from accurate and should not be used for scientific proof.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My son is nine years old and fascinated with all things ghostly. He and his friends are very excited to have a REAL Ghost Meter EMF sensor. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Tom Steele
we used these on a ghost hunt in St. Augustine. My 5 year old daughter love it. However it is just for fun.Published 10 days ago by W. Broussard
Great product for the cheaper pricing, works excellent. I am highly versed in the field of paranormal activity, have a very haunted house, and already knew where my ghosts dwell. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Brenda Buckles
Works great! My team and I have been able to debunk some things and verify some others with this little device. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Marie Tayse
One of the best EMF meters that can be found for under $30. It only reads up to .05 mgauss which may limit some of the uses and applications based on sensitivity, but for the price... Read morePublished 28 days ago by James Wasil
Works ok for price. Very simple design. It is hard to gage how much of an increase the EMF has jumped. Would rather have a digital reading.Published 1 month ago by Deidre